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Tuesday Magic Item – Restorative Apple

30 July, 2019

Have a bite

Gollaon pulled out an apple and tossed it to Voddick.  “I will be sad to see these go.”

“It was the only good thing we gained from visiting that place,” said  Voddick after catching the apple.  “I hope the apple groves survive the coming war.”

“Do you think it will be a civil war or an invasion?” asked Gollaon before taking a bite of his apple.

“Perhaps both?  It will be bad no matter what, no empire falls without fire and blood.”

Restorative Apple

A beautiful apple, it keeps fresh for an entire year from being picked (and is good for cooking another season beyond that).

Taking five minutes to eat one of these apples heals the consumer of 1d8 + their level of hit points and gains an additional save against any disease or poison affecting them and if they are fatigued, it is dispelled.

A person may only benefit from eating one restorative apple a day.

Aura moderate conjuration (healing); CL 5th
Slot none; Price 500; Weight .5 lbs
Construction Requirements
Brew Potion, bear’s endurance, lesser restoration; Cost 250

For D&D 5E:

Apple, rare

First paragraph as above.

Taking five minutes to eat one of these apples has the same effect as a short rest and the consumer gains an additional saving throw against any disease or poison affecting them and if they lose one level of exhaustion, if they are suffering from such.

A person may only benefit from eating one restorative apple a day.

Notes: As is usual for GenCon week, I make a magic item I would like to have at GanCon.  Snacks are great but one that dispelled fatigue at the end of the day?  That would be wonderful.

Photo from Ireland by the (EU?) Local Government Management Agency found on Europeana and used under a Creative Commons license.

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