The Summer staff

Long wizards staff made of crystal and darkwood

Category:
staff/wand
Description:

Constant powers:(at will as a standard action)
Light
Dancing light
Flare
Spark

market value: 32,000 gp
The staff has 10 charges and regains 1 charge each morning on its own.
for every 5000 gp not used on spellpower the staff will regain 1 extra chare

Premade staves that fall in this power range are:
Staff of hoarding
Staff of healing
staff of toxins
Staff of jurneys
Staff of rigor
Staff of Stealth
Staff of charming

Curentley the staff works as a Staff of fire

Bio:

The materials cost is subsumed in the cost of creation: 400 gp × the level of the highest-level spell × the level of the caster, plus 75% of the value of the next most costly ability (300 gp × the level of the spell × the level of the caster), plus 1/2 the value of any other abilities (200 gp × the level of the spell × the level of the caster). Staves are always fully charged (10 charges) when created.

If desired, a spell can be placed into the staff at less than the normal cost, but then activating that particular spell drains additional charges from the staff. Divide the cost of the spell by the number of charges it consumes to determine its final price. Note that this does not change the order in which the spells are priced (the highest level spell is still priced first, even if it requires more than one charge to activate). The caster level of all spells in a staff must be the same, and no staff can have a caster level of less than 8th, even if all the spells in the staff are low-level spells.

The creator must have prepared the spells to be stored (or must know the spells, in the case of a sorcerer or bard) and must provide any focus the spells require as well as material component costs sufficient to activate the spell 50 times (divide this amount by the number of charges one use of the spell expends). Material components are consumed when he begins working, but focuses are not. (A focus used in creating a staff can be reused.) The act of working on the staff triggers the prepared spells, making them unavailable for casting during each day of the staff ‘s creation. (That is, those spell slots are expended from the caster’s currently prepared spells, just as if they had been cast.)

The Summer staff

T.D.W. Weller