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Tuesday Magic Item – Sugarfoot’s Bowl of Comfort

23 June, 2020

But it is what it contains that mattersVoddick leaned back and set the bowl down.  “Where is that bread?  I cannot waste even a drop if this.”

Gollaon was still eating from his bowl.  He pointed with a spoon.

“Thank you,” Voddick said tearing a hunk off of the loaf.

“Brings back memories,” sighed Gollaon.

“Indeed.”

Sugarfoot’s Bowl of Comfort

These bowls are simply, but well and sturdily, made with the symbol of the Sugarfoot family somewhere upon them.

Twice per day, the bowl will fill with whatever food the holder finds most comforting and it will serve as a restorative as well as a filling meal.

  • Combined with a rest of an hour, it will restore 1d4 + half the consumer’s level in hit point, gives +1 to the next save to combat an ongoing disease, poison or emotional effect and recovers from exhausted to being simply fatigued.
  • Combined with a full night’s rest (eight hours), it will restore 1d8 + the consumer’s level in hit points, gives +4 to the next save to combat an ongoing disease, poison or emotional effect and recovers completely from exhausted or fatigued.

Aura moderate conjuration; CL 7th
Slot none; Price 7,500; Weight 1 lbs
Construction Requirements
Craft Wondrous Item, create food and drink, cure light wounds, neutralize poison, remove disease; Cost 3,750

For D&D 5E:

Wondrous item (bowl), rare

First and second paragraph as above.

  • Combined with a short rest, the consumer gains +2 hit points restore per hit die used, gives +1 to the next saving throw to combat an ongoing disease, poison or emotional effect.
  • Combined with a long rest, it gives advantage to the next saving throw to combat an ongoing disease, poison or emotional effect and the consumer can either recovers two levels of exhaustion or three hit dice.

Notes: Indirectly inspired by the Netflix series Midnight Diner and the Sugarfoot Clan of Halflings (see more of their items here and here).

Image “Paulownia bowl” by BotheredByBees is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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