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Tuesday Magic Item – Charitable Box

26 December, 2017

A Box of Good Hopes“I am not sure how much use that old cloak and hose will be to anyone,” said Voddick closing the lid on the box.

“Well, along with that much mended tunic and socks I added, they should keep someone warm,” replied Gollaon.

“I hope so, that cloak keep me safe on more than one cold night.”

“And from more than one dagger thrust as I recall,” said Gollaon with a grin.

“True, one of the reason it was so patched.”

Charitable Box

These solidly built wooden chests have a clasp but no lock, they are often battered and damaged from hard use.  They refused to be sealed, ropes untie, chains unlock and magic fails to keep them from opening.

Used, worn and damaged clothing put into the box are repaired enough to be usable when they are taken out by those in need.  Food is purified of corruption increased by an equivalent amount of good bread when they are taken by the hungry.  For the greedy and the thief, there is nothing but rags and moldy food, even if the items are taken from those deserving in whose hands (and bellies) they are good and whole.

Aura faint transmutation; CL 5th
Slot none; Price 1,500; Weight 25+ lbs (depending on size)
Construction Requirements
Create Wondrous Items, bestow curse, create food and water, make whole, purify food and drink; Cost 750

For D&D 5E:

Wondrous item, uncommon

As above.

Notes: Something appropriate for Boxing Day, always good to show a little charity.

Photo by Brenda Clarke and used under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) license.

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