Tuesday Magic Item – Curative Perry

12 November, 2013

Drink up!The physician uncorked the bottle and poured a goblet full of pale golden liquid. “This will help you recover from the ill-effects, drink up, drink up,” he said handing over the goblet.

It was both bitter and sweet but, he was right, it did make me feel much better.

Curative Perry

Made from pears grown in specially tended orchards, this fine perry is usually keep in bottles once it has been fermented and sealed with wax bearing the sigil of the brewer.  The perry is a pale gold in color with a sharp scent and an odd, bitter-sweet taste.

When consumed, it gives the imbiber a +1 morale bonus to Fortitude and Will saves for 30+5d6 minutes.  If the imbiber has any nonlethal damage they are cured of 2d6 points of it and if they are suffering from a disease or poison, the imbiber gains an additional save against such that has no penalties for failure.

A person can only benefit from a number of drinks of curative perry equal to their Wisdom or Charisma modifier, whichever is higher (and a minimum of one), in any day.  Additional drinks only serve to make one drunk.

Aura moderate conjuration; CL 7th
Slot none; Price 120 for a bottle (four drinks); Weight 2 lb for a bottle
Construction Requirements
Brew Potion, cure light wounds, neutralize poison, remove disease, creator must have Profession (Brewer) at 5 ranks or higher; Cost 60 for a bottle

Notes: More alcohol-based magic, rah!

Photo by Pete and used under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.


  1. Very nice minor/quotidian magic item.

    • As you kow, I think there is a lot of design space for magic items like this. In a world of magic, helpful household magics should be commonplace.

  2. Can never have too much alcohol-based magic!

    • You would think such combinations would be more common.

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