Thanks for catching that! InDesign does it sometimes for no reason I understand, and I forgot to check for it this time. :)
I've updated the file.
I envisioned the sword as a sort of loyalty test, yes. If you have this sword, you definitely know how your subordinates feel about you.
The idea behind the ruby is that people go through a lot of shit if they're convinced they'll be satisfied in the end. And here's a magic stone that can guarantee you'll feel that way!
(EDIT: Although if you wanted to read it as the ruby making other people satisfied, that's still a great plot hook.)
Darn it. I'm working on a printer-friendly layout right now; I'll make sure that table's right before I post it.
Here's what it's supposed to say:
1 A mirror which shows any person their truest self
2 A sword which knows hate from love
3 A ring which commands the spirits of all with royal blood
4 A ruby which makes anyone satisfied with their lot
5 A mask whose wearer will never be forgotten
6 A coin whose flip distinguishes truth from lies