These bracers have a layer of angularly carved stone fastened over a pair of leather gloves. While wearing them and touching stone or earth with the gloves you gain several effects. If you are not a spellcaster these effects use your constitution modifier as your spellcasting modifier.
- As a ranged spell attack you can form a small disk of stone or compacted earth and send it flying at a creature you can see within 60 feet. This does bludgeoning damage equal to 1d8 + your spellcasting ability modifier. If you’re able to make multiple attacks with the Attack action, this attack replaces one of them.
- You can cast
Mold Earthas an action.
- As an action you can cast either
Earth Tremoror Earth Bind. Once you use this feature you must finish a long rest before you can use it again.
This crystal orb is a matte white with no distinguishing factors whatsoever, and yet it has a mesmerizing quality when you gaze into it. While attuned to this orb you have advantage on saving throws against the spells
As an action you can touch a creature with the orb and force it to make a DC 18 Charisma saving throw. On a success they feel incredibly parched, but are otherwise unaffected. On a failure the target creature is transported to a demiplane of infinite desert. Each minute a creature trapped within the demiplane must make a DC 12 Constitution saving throw. On a failure they gain 1 level of exhaustion. On a success, or when they reach 3 or more levels of exhaustion, they are expelled from the demiplane and reappear in the nearest unoccupied space to where they left. Once used this feature can not be used again until your next long or short rest.
This ornamental dagger is made from stone and edged in gold. Embedded along its spine there are three polished obsidian beads. When you hit a creature with this weapon you can cast
Once used, this property of the dagger can’t be used again until the next dawn. After all three beads are shattered this weapon becomes a nonmagical dagger.
This javelin is heavily weathered and is carved out of a single piece of what seems to be solid stone but is strangely light to be made of such a dense material.
It has 3 charges and regains all expended charges each day at dawn.
While you are on solid ground as a bonus action you can reach a free hand to the floor and speak its command word. When you do so if the javelin is on the same plane as you it disintegrates and rises out of the ground to meet your hand.
Additionally, if you hit a creature with this weapon you can choose to expend a charge. When you do so the creature must make a DC 16 Constitution saving throw or be Restrained for the next minute as a coating of stone creeps up from the ground and covers their legs. The creature may, as an action, attempt a DC 16 Strength saving throw to break free.
You see a bonsai tree within a simple glass enclosure. It has a well shaped clay dish and cork around its lip, sealing off the glass tube over the small tree. Despite the tree being completely enclosed you can see an obvious breeze swirling around the glass. When you pull the glass off there is a small burst of air and the breeze dissipates.
Each day the tree sheds a single leaf. This leaf does not wither no matter how long it dances along in the breeze within the bottle. Any leaf that is plucked from the tree has no special properties.
If one of these leaves is crushed or ripped
If more than three of these leaves are crushed or ripped
If there is ever more than 10 leaves in one place, or the bonsai container is opened when there is more than 10 leaves,
Timeless. On a successful DC 14 Nature check you estimate that this bonsai must be hundreds of years old, and is in excellent condition, yet you see no signs of it needing to be watered. You reason that it must somehow subsist on sunlight alone within its glass enclosure.
This small censer is made from a deep green soapstone mottled with white and carved with vines of morning glory. Inside the same burlap sack in which it was found is a large selection of dried aromatics. When these aromatics are burned in the censor they magically reappear within the burlap pouch the next morning.
If you burn these aromatics during a long or short rest at the end of the rest all creatures who rested within 60 feet of the censor receives a magical effect, depending on what was burned. A creature can receive a number of magical effects equal to their Constitution modifier (minimum of 1) per day in this way. After a creature receives the maximum number of magical effects the aroma given off by the censor becomes repulsive and has no beneficial effect for the remainder of the day. All censor effects gained in this way expire at dawn.
- Pine Needles. The next 2d4 times you take 10 or less Piercing damage you instead take half damage as the attack bounces off your skin.
- Orange Blossoms. You lose 1 level of exhaustion as a feeling of energy fills your body.
- Forget-me-nots. This subtle scent calms your mind. The next Intelligence or Wisdom check (or saving throw) you make has advantage. In addition, until your next short rest anyone who tries to read your mind only sees a grassy field of forget-me-nots.
- Dried Mint Leaves. As a sense of mental alertness surrounds you, you gain +5 to all initiative rolls, and when you make a high jump can jump 5 feet higher than usual.
- Hickory Wood Shavings. Your eyes sting a bit in the wispy smoke, however, you are now able to see through magical darkness as if it is not even there.
- Crushed Cinnamon Bark. A bold scent overtakes your senses. You gain advantage on saving throws against Fear, and are able to nearly ignore any phobias you already have.
This odd contraption is composited of a small crystal orb set within a larger metal semi-sphere. As a bonus action you can press the button recessed into the metal sphere to activate it. The turn after it has been activated the orb levitates until it is 20 feet in the air, or as high as the above terrain will allow, and begins spinning as it glows a soft orange. Each turn it will make a ranged spell attack against the nearest creature it can see within range. It has a +5 spell attack modifier, a range of 30 feet for every 5 feet it is above the ground, and on a hit it deals 2d6 fire damage. After 10 minutes, or firing 10 times, it stops glowing, falls to the ground, and can not be activated again until the next dawn.
This delicate pink flower is carefully preserved with magic and will not wilt or break yet preserves its natural beauty.
While you are visibly wearing this flower you are blessed by Eldath, the goddess of peace and protection. This flower holds up to 10 charges and regains 1 charge each long rest.
As an action once per long rest you can call on the blessing of Eldath to cast the spell
Additionally, you may activate the Blossom by making a prayer to Eldath. When activated the center of the blossom glows with a faint yellow and pink. For the next hour you may cast any of the following spells as an action and ignoring component costs, expending a number of charges depending on the spell cast. While activated you can also cast
This quarterstaff still has its bark on it except for where a long oriental dragon twists around it, carefully carved, sanded, and oiled to a sheen.
As an action you can attempt to shove a large or smaller creature within 30 feet of you with a swipe of this weapon. As you do so they feel a strong warm wind suddenly buffet them. If you succeed they are pushed 10 feet directly away from you by the gust. You can choose to make this shove with disadvantage to slide them 5 feet in a direction of your choice instead.
Additionally, once per long rest as an action you can cast the spell
Other polearm variations of this type exist, such as a glaive or halberd, though all variations have the same dragon carved into their shaft.
This shield is made from a thin sheet of solid stone, and is etched with radiating lines. While you are touching solid ground you may activate or deactivate the shield as an action by speaking the command word. When activated the shield expands, spiking along the radiating lines to a width of 15 feet, a height of 10 feet, and rooting itself and you into the ground. This provides full cover to all creatures behind the shield (including yourself) and while the shield is active you are not able to be shoved, or moved magically, but you are Restrained until you deactivate the shield.
This pure white kiteshield is emblazoned with blue fractals along its edges. It is said it was forged from the scales of a white dragon to defend an ancient dwarven city, but has since lost much of its power. This shield has 10 charges and regains 1d8 + 2 expended charges each day at dawn.
As an action, you can hold the shield aloft and speak its command word, expending a number of charges. As you do so an icy blast comes forth from the shield casting