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Tuesday Magic Item – Cornucopia of Friendship

24 November, 2020

Eat well!“Most kind of you to invite us to join you and your family, Madam Sugarfoot,” said Voddick spreading butter on a slice of fresh bread.

“Jan spoke highly of your and it is a time to be among family,” replied Madam Sugarfoot refilling Voddick’s mug of spiced ale.

“It is still very welcoming of you.” agreed Gollaon.  “I am sorry Jan was not able to be here, I looked forward to renewing our acquaintance.”

“Jan has found a very good position in a noble household, very prestigious”

“We done Jan!” said Gollaon raising a glass of spiced wine.

Cornucopia of Friendship

This cornucopia usually appears as made of woven straw, though it can take the form of a large animal horn or even of crafted metal.  It changes its form to be the least intrusive a large horn can be.

The cornucopia produces food, enough for the bearer and all of their friends and family for a complete and filling meal, once a day.  The more people, the better and more interesting the food.

If the bearer is forced to produce food by a hostile force, it will produce sufficient food but it will be bland though filling.   If someone who has eaten of the food attempt to harm the bearer -or any of their friends or family- they are stuck sickened for the next six hours.

Aura strong conjuration (creation); CL 15th; Weight 3+ lbs
For D&D 5E:

Wondrous item (cornucopia), very rare (requires attunement)

First paragraph as above.

The cornucopia produces food, enough for the bearer and all of their friends and family for a complete and filling meal, once this is used, it cannot be used again until the bearer has had a long rest.  The more people, the better and more interesting the food.

If the bearer is forced to produce food by a hostile force, it will produce sufficient food but it will be bland though filling.   If someone who has eaten of the food attempt to harm the bearer -or any of their friends or family- they are stuck poisoned for the next six hours.

Notes: Something for Thanksgiving which is best shared with friends and family.  I hope that you have a wonderful one and I am thankful for all of my readers (especially those who comment, hint hint).

Image from The foundation of all reform; a guide to health, wealth and freedom; a popular treatise on the diet question (1904) found on Wikimedia Commons and has no known copyright restrictions.

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