Tuesday Magic Item – Breadboard of Plenty

7 November, 2017

Best thing since . . .“While it is not my preferred food, bread is a true staple,” said Voddick smearing butter across the hunk of bread.

“Some say it is the core of a proper life, but I agree with you, not what I would build my diet around,” Gollaon said, spreading jam across his slice.

“Foolish sell-swords,” said Madam Sugarfoot cutting off another slice.  “Bread is a good food but at its best among others and better yet when shared among friends.”

“Truth,” agreed Voddick.

Breadboard of Plenty

These breadboard are sturdily made of woods harvested from fruitful orchard, with the mark of the marker carved or branded on the back.  They are essential indestructible when used for their proper purpose and extremely durable when used for anything else.

When a fresh loaf of bread is sliced upon the breadboard, it “heals” back to a full loaf and it can create enough bread to turn one loaf into ten.  But it can only do such once a day, though the effect may be spread across different loaves.  It does not freshen stale bread nor make unwholesome bread edible, though it will not create more unwholesome bread.

Aura faint conjuration; CL 5th
Slot none; Price 500; Weight 1 lbs
Construction Requirements
Create Wondrous Items, create food and water, creator must have 4 ranks of Craft (baking); Cost 250

For D&D 5E:

Wondrous item (breadboard), common

As above.

Notes: Appropriate as we move into and through the season of harvest festivals.  Compare and contrast with Mother Sugarfoot’s Infinite Sandwich Knife.

Photo by “Sliced Bread” by Bart Everson is licensed under CC BY 2.0.




One comment

  1. It’s these little things that fill in the many gaps in a good story. Murlynd’s spoon, Keoghtom’s ointment, and the many other “weak” and “useless” magical items that create the background of otherwise exposition and combat heavy games.

    Well done, good sir.

    Might i suggest an everfull flask of brandy, or a jar of condiments to accompany it?

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