Mahasattva was the son of Maharatha in Hindu theology, and it is said his compassion was aroused one day when he came upon a starving tiger, too weak to feed her two cubs. In response this sight, Mahasattva committed suicide to provide meat for the family to survive. Ever since, Hindu clerics have conjured pieces of jewelry and art in remembrance of Mahasattva. Any true piece of conjured material in praise to Mahasattva is said to make anyone who wears the item compassionate beyond their years. Some accounts say that historic saints have been in possession of such items, perhaps accounting for their angelic virtues. This is a genuinely conjured item in the name of Mahasattva and will multiply even the smallest amount of compassion existing in a human soul, and is to be used only by those who are willing to the intense virtue it will bestow. This works as a great love item and for those in abusive relationships.