You and Me and the Dragon Makes Three
The skull of a man with more honor than sense
Once per night, the owner of the skull may ask the skull: “Who has it in for me?” and the skull will answer honestly.
Once belonging to a Count Edgar Bartimeus, the great-grandfather of the current Count Bartimeus. When the his wife had an affair with the king, Bartimeus foolishly challenged the king to a duel. He was killed, but his head went missing. It is said that his wife secreted away so it could not be dishonored as an example to others.