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Tuesday Magic Item – Beltane Blessed Ember

1 May, 2018

Voddick sipped at his ale and watched the bonfire blaze.  “They seem to be enjoying themselves.”

Bonfires for Beltane“Nothing like this in your homeland?” asked Gollaon as he exchanging glances with a group of young adults.

“A bit more regimented and solemn.”

“I am not surprised.  Your homeland truck me as quite laconic.”

“Just so.”

Beltane Blessed Ember

This is an ember from a Beltane bonfire stored in a specially prepared box, it carries with it the blessing of the day throughout the year.  The box is pleasantly warm and if opened, the ember produces as much light as a candle.

While carried, the box provides its bearer with a +1 resistance bonus to saves against disease and fear.

It may also be used to start a fire under any circumstance or to cure a disease troubling a single being but using it for either purpose, consumes the ember.

However, the ember only lasts until the next Beltane even if it is not consumed.

Aura faint abjuration; CL 5th
Slot none; Price 250; Weight
Construction Requirements
Craft Wondrous Item, bless, cure disease; Cost 125

For D&D 5E:

wondrous item (box and ember), common

First paragraph as above.

While carried, the box provides its bearer with advantage on one saving throw against disease and fear, this ability resets after a short or long rest.

It may also be used to start a fire under any circumstance or to cure a disease troubling a single being but using it for either purpose, consumes the ember.

However, the ember only lasts until the next Beltane even if it is not consumed.

Notes: Tying today’s item to today’s holiday, Beltane.

Photo By Rosser1954 – self-made – Roger Griffith, Public Domain.

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