Available in a wide range of colors, Frobozz Magic Burins were engineered for even flow and guaranteed for one life. They claimed that only their burins could withstand Frigid River Valley temperatures, and that they made even the most ordinary parchment look like Flathead royal stationery. Their new diamond-tipped scribers were exclusive to the Frobozz Magic Magic Equipment Company in 966 GUE, advertized as "Diamond tip means toughness and versatility you can count on."

In 966 GUE, regular burins sold for zm19, while a pack of two diamond tips was an additional zm31.