New Magic Item – Traveler’s Safe Meal Kit

15 November, 2018

Eat up!Voddick unrolled the leather sheet and with a snap it hardened and curled up at the edges. 

“I do like that touch,” observed Gollaon, who was making do with a battered borrowed plate.

“You could have gotten one for yourself,” said Voddick.

“Well, there was that hat . . .”

“And that charming lady . . .”

“And that handsome young man . . .”

Traveler’s Safe Meal Kit

This item consists of four parts: An eating knife, a spoon, a rectangle of leather or heavy cloth and a thick metal disk.  The rectangle rolls into a cone and the knife and spoon can be stored inside with the disk acting as a seal.  Unrolled, the rectangle assumed the strength of metal at a gesture or command word, the disc expands into a cup in the same manner, another command returns them to their transportable state.

The rectangle as a tray is highly resistant to heat and easy to grip, so unlikely to spill anything on it.  It cleans itself when it switches between states.

The cup’s interior discolors when a toxin is poured into it and cleans itself when it switches between states.

The knife and spoon are fully cleaned when placed back inside.

All is all, very useful for the traveler who can be assured clear and safe utensils for eating and drinking.

Aura faint transmutation; CL 5th
Slot none; Price 250; Weight 1 lb (for the set)
Construction Requirements
Craft Wondrous Item, detect evil, endure elements, shrink item; Cost 125

For D&D 5E:

Wondrous item (meal kit), uncommon

As above.

Notes: Sorry, yesterday was just crazy busy and I just let this get by me.  It seems that November is turning into a month of useful, practical items.

Photo by Michele Ahin and used with Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic license.


  1. This is indeed a useful practical item!

    • I thought so. And not one I remember anyone having done before.

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