When you unroll this parchment scroll it grows in size and thickness until it is an inch width thick and long enough to encircle you, floating in place for a moment as purple glyphs are pulled towards it. When it becomes saturated with glyphs it flies towards you and attempts to attach itself. You can attempt to resist it with a Strength check (DC 14), or dodge it with a Dexterity(Acrobatics) check (DC 18).
On a failure, or if you are willing, it cinches around your abdomen and the glyphs begin circling your body. While wearing the scroll you have advantage on saves against spells targeting only you. The scroll crumbles to dust after 1 hour or the next time you take Lightning damage.
While wearing the scroll you have a 10 foot penalty to your movement and can not take it off until it is destroyed or
This quarterstaff is made from a pale wood and a segmented serpent is carved along its length with its head at the top of the staff. Its eyes are set with large turquoise and several smaller stones stud its back.
This item can hold 10 charges and regains 1d10 expended charges each day at dawn if you are not underground when the sun rises.
As a bonus action you tap the staff on the ground and the eyes shine a cold blue as if the cantrip
Prince of Lightning
While the serpent’s eyes are glowing you can choose to expend a charge as an action. When you do so the whole staff crackles with energy and the turquoise stones shine brightly before a searing blue beam erupts in a 1-foot-wide 60-foot-long line from the snake’s mouth. Each creature in the line must make a Constitution saving throw DC 17. On a failed save, the creature takes 3d8 Fire damage, 3d8 Lightning damage, and is Blinded until your next turn. On a successful save it takes half as much damage and is not Blinded. Additionally, this effect dispels any magical darkness in its area.
Lord of Flame
As an action you can expend all remaining charges to create a massive mote of brilliant blue light. All the stones on the staff suddenly pulse and a 10 foot sphere of light coalesces 50 feet above your head. This mote sheds bright light in a 250-foot-radius, and dim light out for an additional 100 feet. It lasts for the next 10 minutes before disappearing with a roar.
This light is considered sunlight and dispels any magical darkness in its area. Additionally, any creature in the radius that looks at the mote of light must make a Constitution saving throw (DC 17) or be Blinded for the next minute. A creature blinded by this effect may make another Constitution saving throw at the end of each of its turns, and on a success is no longer Blinded.
After using this feature you can’t use it again for the next 2d6 days.
Curse. If the snake has not has blood dripped in its mouth in the last month each time you expend one or more charges you take 1d8 Lightning damage.
This warhammer is more stockily built than most and the sides of its blocky head are covered in silver inlays. As you attune to it you feel a weight come upon you as if you have taken on a great responsibility.
Once per short rest as an action you can slam the hammer to the ground and it begins eminating a crushing aura. For the next minute or until you pick up the hammer, whichever comes first, all creatures within 60 feet of the hammer must make a Strength saving throw at the beginning of each turn equal to 8 + your proficiency + your Charisma modifier. You can choose a number of creatures up to your Charisma modifier to automatically succeed this saving throw. On a failure every foot of movement costs 1 extra foot until the beginning of their next turn and if the creature is an Aberration, Fiend, or Undead they also fall Prone. If a creature that is already Prone fails this saving throw they become Restrained until they are no longer in the aura.
Curse. While attuned to this item you constantly feel a heavy burden on your mind and shoulders, and your movement speed is reduced by 5 feet. If you remove this curse you hear whispered in your mind “those who are not willing to bear the burden are not worthy to wield me”, the attunement immediately breaks, and you can never attune to the hammer again.
This ring is set with three black opals in an ornately shaped silver band.
Once per short rest at the end of a hostile creature’s turn you can teleport to an unoccupied space up to 60 feet away in a puff of purple smoke. You can then make a melee attack with advantage against a creature within reach. Additionally, once per day at the end of a hostile creature’s turn you can take the attack action as if it is your turn.
Curse. If you use either of this ring’s features the first attack roll against you within the next minute has advantage. If this attack hits you you take an additional 2d8 Necrotic damage.
When you find this weapon it has lightning coming off it in tendrils, arcing to almost any object or surface within 5 feet of it. When you get closer you notice that it’s made of a bright blue metal with white streaks running through it. It has a gold handle with a sapphire embed in the hilt.
Until it is attuned with a creature every time you attempt to pick it up you must succeed on a DC 12 Constitution saving throw or take 1d4 lightning damage.
As an attack action you can stab this sword into a body of water and target a creature you can see within 10 feet of the body of water. That creature must make a Dexterity saving throw or take 2d10 lightning damage. If you are not a spellcaster this uses your Constitution modifier as your spellcasting ability.
If this sword has not touched water in over a week it must be fully submerged in water for at least a long rest to regain this property. While it is doing so it sparks slightly and the water tingles with electricity.
Curse. Every time you stab this sword into a body of water you must make a DC 12 Constitution saving throw or take 1d10 lightning damage. Additionally, you have disadvantage to saving throws against other effects that deal lightning damage.
If this weapon is fully submerged for a day or more the water surrounding begins actively arcing with electricity and any creature that attempts to take it out of the water must make a DC 12 Constitution saving throw or take 1d10 lightning damage for each day it has been submerged.
Curse Purge. There is a way to purge this item of its curse.
If a creature is attuned to this weapon and takes more than 30 damage in one hit while taking it out of the water or the weapon has been fully submerged for over a week without being disturbed the electricity constantly arcing off of it is now contained to the sword, and the arcs of electricity run up and down the length of the blade instead. The curse is now completely gone and additionally the weapon gains a new ability that the player learns about.
Once per day as an action you can activate the sword and a dark roiling fog coalesces around your feet out to a radius of 30 feet. For the next minute this fog follows you and sparks crackle through it. Once per turn you can choose a point within the fog as a bonus action. A surge of lightning erupts from that point and all creatures within 5 feet of that point except yourself must make a Dexterity saving throw. If you are not a spellcaster this uses your Constitution modifier as your spellcasting ability. The affected creatures take 3d10 lightning damage on a failed save or half as much damage on a successful one.
To attune to this black grape-size seed you must swallow it. Over the course of 1 week a series of wooden growths protrude from your back along your spine. Several of these grow into four limber wooden appendages. As an Attack action you can make a melee attack with one of these limbs as if you are proficient, using either your Strength or Dexterity modifier. On a hit it deals 2d6, plus either your Strength or Dexterity modifier, Piercing damage. This damage counts as magical for the purpose of overcoming resistance and immunity to nonmagical attacks and damage. If you are able to make multiple attacks with the Attack action, this attack replaces one of them.
These limbs automatically regrow 1 minute after being seriously damaged or removed, and are each able to hold objects weighing up to 30 pounds. Additionally, you have a climbing speed equal to half your walking speed, and are able to move your full speed while prone, so long as these limbs are free.
Curse. Once swallowed the seed begins to grow, causing great pain in your upper back. For the next week you suffer 1 level of exhaustion which can not be removed even with
The Matador’s Mantle is a gaudy short red cape with gilded edges and intricate stitching. As a bonus action while wearing this cape, you can spend 15 feet of movement to move 5 feet without provoking opportunity attacks.
This cloak always seems to be affected by a light breeze and flows behind you constantly. While wearing this cape you have advantage on Charisma checks to appear heroic, royal, or awe-inspiring.
This is a simple leather satchel riddled with scorch marks and tiny holes. When opened it has nothing insde it, but if you reach in without looking you can feel several stones or orbs.
It has 4 charges and regains all expended charges each day at dawn.
As a bonus action you can expend a charge and pull out a fist sized stone that begins to smoke. At the end of your next turn it will shatter with a low crack that can be heard out to 100 feet. It explodes into shards dealing 1d10 piercing damage to all creatures within 5 feet that are not behind 3/4 or full cover. You can throw one of these smoking stones up to 30 feet.
If the satchel is exposed to fire damage a charge is expended and a stone shatters. Additionally, any stone exposed to fire damage immediately shatters.
These calf-height leather boots are slick to the touch and have a light sheen to them. Strangely they never get stuck in the mud or get dirty, everything seems to roll right off of them. While wearing them you have advantage to escape any effect or object that would trap your feet. Additionally, difficult terrain involving mud, or other sticky substances, does not affect you. Be careful while walking on ice though.
This monotone pocket watch is mesmerizing to a fault. It’s somehow cheering though, and as a bonus action you can pull it out to check the time, gaining an extra spring in your step and a +10 bonus to your movement speed for the next minute.
Any creature who checks the time on this watch is momentarily disoriented. They are unable to read a map or discern cardinal directions for the next minute, making it very easy for them to become lost.