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Tuesday Magic Item – Mug of Midwinter Cheer

25 December, 2018

Have a warm drinkVoddick refilled his mug of mulled wine.  “Good to spend these celebrations such as these among friends.”

Gollaon took a swing of his wine.  “Indeed.  We are fortunate to be among them on these long nights.”

Voddick nodded and raised his mug.  “To good friends, loyal companions and another year of adventure.”

“To more adventure, more friends and good company!”

Mug of Midwinter Cheer

These mugs range from the rough and ready to the ornate, often decorated with winter scenes, but they are all likely to have seen hard use.

The universal power of the mug is that it keeps warm drinks, warm.  During the winter months, anyone who drinks a full mugful of hot drink from the mug, it keep one warm (as though an endure elements was cast, but only against cold) for eight hours.

Additionally, anyone who drinks from the mug is more forgiving of their fellow people, gaining a +4 divine bonus to resist any provocation to violence or hostile action.

Aura faint abjuration; CL 3rd
Slot none; Price 250; Weight 1 lb
Construction Requirements
Craft Wondrous Item, endure elements, sanctuary; Cost 125

For D&D 5E:

Wondrous item (mug), uncommon

First paragraph as above.

The universal power of the mug is that it keeps warm drinks, warm.  During the winter months, anyone who drinks a full mugful of hot drink from the mug, it keep one warm for eight hours.

Additionally, anyone who drinks from the mug is more forgiving of their fellow people, gaining advantage on any saving throw to resist provocation to violence or hostile action.

Notes: Wishing you all the best and holiday cheer on this Christmas day.  Hope none of you need a mug such as this over the holidays.

Photo by Greg Grossmeier and used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic license.

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