thunderstone

noun
thun·der·stone | \ ˈthən-dər-ˌstōn \

Definition of thunderstone 

1 : any of various stones (such as a meteorite or an ancient artifact) regarded as having been cast to the earth as thunderbolts

2 archaic : thunderbolt sense 1b

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There’s also a dungeon with a bunch of nasty monsters, and the eponymous Thunderstone which everyone is after. Jonathan H. Liu, WIRED, "Playing Games at PAX, Part Three: Dungeon Crawl," 10 Sep. 2010

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First Known Use of thunderstone

1598, in the meaning defined at sense 2

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