Tuesday Magic Item – Laventar’s Picnic Basket

27 January, 2015

What's inside?  I'm hungryVoddick carefully lifted the lid of the basket.  “It looks like a . . . loaf of bread and a wine bottle on top.”

Golloan breathed a sigh of relief.  “That seems like a good start, after those pickled . . . somethings yesterday, I was worried.”

Voddick pulled out a loaf of honey colored bread and a green glass bottle followed by a small wheel of cheese sealed in red wax and a roast game bird wrapped in slightly greasy cloth.

“I think we will have a much happier meal today, my friend,” said Golloan with a hungry grin.

Laventar’s Picnic Basket

These solidly built picnic baskets are beautifully crafted and marked with the crafter’s mark on the bottom and the enchanter’s mark on the inside, yet there is nothing about it that makes it obvious that it is a magic item.

It only has one power, the first time it is opened after dawn, it will be full of a complete, packed picnic of high quality food with utensils and other sundries.  It will never repeat the same, or even similar, meals within three days of each other.  When the lid is closed, all of the unconsumed food and such vanishes.

Aura moderate conjuration; CL 7th
Slot none; Price 1,000; Weight 2 lbs
Construction Requirements
Craft Wondrous Item, burning hands, minor creation, prestidigitation, ray of frost, summon monster I, creator must have 7 ranks in an appropriate craft, knowledge or professional skill; Cost 500

Notes: Not directly travel related but fun.

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

One comment

  1. Delicious! And not well-suited to certain fussy eaters… 😉
    Makes me want to make a series of random food tables…

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