This small blade, embellished with a fine script, was forged to venture through the swamps and bogs with ease. This blade deals double damage to plants and plant type creatures. Additionally, you, and any creatures moving directly behind you, are able to ignore difficult terrain caused by plants or brush by chopping at the vegetation.
This stoppered flask has a faint, nearly indistinguishable sound when shaken. The decanter weighs 2 pounds. This item has 6 charges and regains all expended charges each day at dawn.
You can use an action to remove the stopper and speak one of three Command words, whereupon sand pours out of the flask and a number of charges are expended. The sand stops pouring out at the start of your next turn. Choose from the following options:
- “Pile” expends one charge to create a small pile of sand that can cover a 1-foot-square.
- “Dune” expends three charges to create a pile of sand that is 10 feet across and is about 5 feet tall. This sand is expelled with some force, and moves Large or smaller creatures that would be covered by the sand to the edge of the pile.
- “Desert” expends 6 charges to create a veritable sea of sand that erupts from the decanter as a 30 foot geyser. This sand covers a a 20-foot circle and is up to 10 feet deep at it’s center. Any creature in the radius of the sand is pushed towards the edge of the area until it would no longer be covered by sand, unless it has a burrow speed.
This large metal tin opens to reveal a sticky dull-green paste. When applied to any surface besides metal or glass it easily sticks, and rapidly grows athick layer of moss and other small plants. If you cover yourself with this paste after 1 minute you have a layer of natural camouflage that lasts up to a day before it falls off. There is enough paste in the tin to cover 4 small or medium creatures.
While covered in moss paste if you hold completely still while in an area of heavy foliage you can not be seen unless the searching creature makes a successful DC 18 Wisdom(Perception) check, or is within 15 feet of you and has a Passive Perception of 15 or higher, so long as you are not wearing metal armor.
This reinforced leather pack has a set of six glass spheres along its sides. These spherical vials are nearly indestructible from the inside, hold one gallon, and can seal once full. They seem to be connected through the pack to a hose via a set of magically enhanced tubes and nozzles but can be detached if desired.
As an action you can activate the apparatus, and attempt to capture a Tiny or smaller creature, a liquid, or something such as leaves or a cloud of flies, that you can touch. If the target is a creature they must succeed a DC 16 Dexterity or Strength saving throw (target’s choice) or be captured within one of the six vials. To use the apparatus in this way you must have at least one empty vial. If you wish to empty a vial you can do so as a bonus action on your turn, expelling the contents up to 15 feet away.
This spear has a shaft of aged ash, and it’s constantly dripping head is rusted from being perpetually damp.
As an action, you can drive the spear into dry ground and create a cylinder of brackish murky water 5 feet deep and 15 feet in diameter centered on the spear. The water will not flow outside this cylindrical space it is confined to.
When you remove the spear as a bonus action the water is violently sucked back into the tip of the spear and any creature, except you, inside the brackish water must make a DC 14 Strength saving throw or be pulled 10 feet towards you.
As an action, you can plunge the spear into water 5 feet deep or less to create a 15 foot radius of dry land. Water that enters this area is repelled to the sides.
When you remove the spear as a bonus action the displaced water erupts out of the tip of the spear in a 20 foot cone. Any creature in this area must make a DC 16 Strength saving throw or be pushed back 15 feet.
This flashy amulet has an impressively large green emerald as it’s centerpiece and is ornamented with onyx and blackened steel. When you slip it over your head you can hear it speak to you, and know that it holds a fragment of a dragon’s consciousness within it.
When you are attuned to this amulet as you wear it it begins to change even your physical body the presence within it is so powerful. Over the course of a month jet black scales grow down your spine and your eyes become emerald green. You gain immunity to acid damage, resistance to poison damage, and darkvision out to 120 feet. If you unattune from this amulet you lose these benefits, but your scales and eye color do not change back.
As an action if you are within the area of poisonous or harmful gases you can breathe in the toxins surrounding you and exhale a roiling stream of acid and poison 60 feet long and 10 feet wide. Each creature in the line must make a DC 18 Constitution saving throw, taking 4d8 Acid damage and 4d8 Poison damage on a failed throw or half as much on a successful one. If breathing the gas in this way would cause you to make a saving throw you make that save with advantage and take no damage on a success.
Master of Fear
You can not be frightened by any creature with a CR less than or equal to 12. Additionally, any Adult or younger dragon that tries to use their Frightful Presence feature on you must instead make a saving throw against their own effect.
Sentience. Zerrndrock is a sentient neutral evil amulet with an Intelligence of 20, Wisdom of 18, and a Charisma of 24. It has proficiency in Insight, Deception, and Charisma saving throws, with a proficiency bonus of +6, and it has hearing and blindsight out to a range of 120 feet. The amulet can speak, and understand Common and Draconic, but can only communicate telepathically with its wearer. Its voice is low and rumbling but soothing in a way.
Personality. Zerrndrock speaks quietly but with authority that only comes with age and immense confidence. His only goal is resurrection and to be freed from the amulet. He is not friendly, and never will be, but will play the part of a wise grandfather giving sage advice and encouragement, or almost anything else including lying or getting the wearer killed if he thinks it will sway the wearer closer to his selfish goal. Doing what he must to gain trust is just a part of this scheme, even if he does not enjoy it. Zerrndrock is clever and has endless patience, and will never lash out or grow impatient unless he believes he is within reach of his centuries-long goal.
These boots are made from a rubbery animal hide and come up to your knees. The soles are especially thick and have a glowing green rune on the heel. While wearing these boots you are able to walk across the top of water, mud, or bog, so long as it is not deeper than 5 feet. If it is deeper than 5 feet you sink until your feet are 5 feet from the bottom.
Additionally, you ignore nonmagical difficult terrain caused by water, mud, or swamps.
These bug-eyed brown tinted goggles are able to see through even the murkiest and muddiest of waters. While wearing them you always treat visibility underwater as if it is clear water and bright light, even in obscuring underwater effects such as the Kraken’s Ink Cloud.
This ancient staff carved from stout oak is without any ornamentation beyond its natural gnarls and twists, and a small inscription. If you are able to read Elven you can gather that it was created for a crusade to heal the forests and restore balance that was lost. This staff has 8 charges and regains 1d8 expended charges each day at dawn.
Reach of Infinite Branches
When you cast
You know the cantrip
Roots of The Great Oak
If you expend a charge and spend 1 minute concentrating you can cast
As an action you can expend a charge while touching a Large tree or plant in a swamp or dead forest to stimulate it to grow so long as it is still standing. Within one hour you can notice it’s bark being restored, and buds beginning to form. You regain any charges you expended to heal a plant in this way after your next long or short rest.
This helmet is made from the skull of a primeval bison and it’s horns are covered in runes. While wearing this helmet if you move at least 10 feet in a straight line after taking the Dash action, you begin to stampede. Your stampede ends if you stop moving in a straight line or at the end of your turn. You can stampede multiple times per turn.
While stampeding you have resistance to all damage except Psychic damage. Additionally, while stampeding if you would move through the space of an object or creature that is Large or smaller you can make a melee attack with proficiency against the target. On a hit you deal 3d10 magical bludgeoning damage and the target is pushed 5 feet to the left or right, your choice. On a miss you slam into the target and your stampede ends.
This small polished wooden shield has several tufts of flight feathers tucked behind it and white plumage around it’s edge. This item has 3 charges and regains all expended charges each day at dawn.
As an action while wearing this shield you can activate it by tugging on the flight feathers. When you do so two small wings unfurl from behind the shield, granting you a flying speed of 45 feet for the next minute. If you are flying when the duration expires, you descend at a rate of 60 feet per round until you land. If you doff the shield, you lose any flying speed and do not descend slowly.
This potion is carefully concocted out of a mixture of different mushrooms found only in the deepest caves. When you drink this potion for the next 10 minutes your walking speed increases by 15 feet, you have a +5 to Perception checks, you have advantage on Dexterity saving throws, and have up to three reactions which can be used for opportunity attacks.
You can see vines pressing up against the sides of this large vial even through the dirty liquid inside it. If you throw this vial when it shatters it immediately covers a 20-foot radius in a mass of vines and small plant life. All creatures in this radius when the vial shatters must succeed on a DC 17 Dexterity saving throw or become restrained. A creature restrained by the vines, or one that can touch a creature restrained by the vines, can use its action to make a DC 14 Strength check. On a success, the target is no longer restrained. Additionally, the area now covered in vines and plants is considered difficult terrain.