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 acorn is nearly as large as a man’s fist and very heavy for its size. You can use an action to slam it into the ground and the moment you do so it sprouts and begins putting out roots. At the beginning of your next turn the acorn suddenly grows into a 30-foot tall tree appropriate to the area. When this tree appears all creatures within 15 feet must make a DC 15 Dexterity saving throw as the trunk and branches rapidly expand, taking 3d10 bludgeoning and 3d10 piercing damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a successful one.
After this tree finishes it’s rapid growth it is just like any other tree, and will continue to grow at a normal pace.
This polished armor is heavily adorned with bronze and gold and has a band of red hanging from it’s left pauldron. It is said to have belonged to a legendary warrior who led his men to battle with reckless abandon.
While wearing this armor you are immune to being frightened and while charmed if you would injure a creature you consider to be an ally the effect on you immediately ends.
Additionally, as an action, you can rally your allies to you. For the next minute you emanate an aura of confidence and can not be stunned or knocked prone. For this duration friendly creatures within 30 feet of you are immune to being frightened or charmed, and hostile creatures within 30 feet have disadvantage to Wisdom saving throws.
Once you use this ability you can not use it again until your next long rest.
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.
These black gauntlets have gold and feathered edging, with engraved motifs down their arms. While wearing them when you cast a spell that deals fire damage the flames flicker black instead of orange and ignore resistance to fire damage. If these black flames reduce a creature to 0 hit points, it disintegrates into a pile of ash.
Rise From Ashes
When you would be reduced to 0 hit points you instead appear to burst into flames and disappear, leaving a pile of ash in your space. Until the beginning of your next turn you do not exist on any dimension or plane, and are considered dead; However, at the beginning of your next turn you return with 1 hit point amidst a wreath of black flames in an unoccupied space within sight of your ashes (or if that is not possible, the nearest unoccupied space). All creatures within 30 feet of this space must make a DC 18 Dexterity saving throw as they are engulfed in the inferno. They take 8d10 fire damage on a failed save, or half as much on a successful one.
After using this feature you can’t use it again for the next 2d6 days.
This amulet carved from a silver dragon’s scale is only given as a gift and sign of trust. By the coloration you could guess it is from a younger dragon.
As an action you can touch the amulet and begin concentrating, as if concentrating on a spell, to create a cloud of fog around you. You create a 20-foot-radius sphere of fog centered on yourself. The sphere spreads around corners, and its area is heavily obscured. It lasts for the next hour, until your concentration ends, or until a wind of moderate or greater speed (at least 10 miles per hour) disperses it. While within this fog you have immunity to cold damage and blindsight out to 60 feet. Once used this feature can not be used again until your next long or short rest
This axe is forged from a stark blue alloy and has an intricate mountain range etched on its surface. After dusk it gathers a layer of frost along it’s edge, even on hot nights. This axe has 8 charges and regains 1d6 + 2 expended charges after a long rest.
When you make a successful attack with this weapon you can expend a charge to deal an additional 1d10 cold damage and force the target to make a DC 14 Strength saving throw or be knocked prone as a howling bitter wind follows your blow.
While wearing these goggles everything you see looks strange and warped. Colors and patterns weave their way through your vision and at times even appear like spectral creatures. Because of this while wearing these goggles you can not read or reliably discern color, and you make all Wisdom (Perception) and Intelligence (Investigation) checks with disadvantage. However, illusions are almost imperceptible to you. You automatically succeed on saving throws against visual illusions such as
This sling is made from dark leather, painted with a bright orange motif. It smells of smoke and sulphur when you fire it. This item has 10 charges and regains 1d8+2 charges each day at dawn.
When you make an attack with this sling you can expend a charge and as you do so the ammunition begins smoking before it ignites in a fiery trail to your target. When you make an attack in this way you deal an additional 2d6 fire damage on a hit. If you instead expend 4 charges while making an attack the ammunition explodes into a fireball on contact with a creature or surface. Each creature in a 20-foot-radius sphere centered on that point must make a DC 15 Dexterity saving throw. A target takes 6d6 fire damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a successful one. The fire spreads around corners and it ignites flammable objects in the area that aren’t being worn or carried.
This flail has a head made from an astoundingly solid crystal, and as it strikes it resonates with the sound of crunching glass. It has 6 charges and regains 1d6 expended charges after a long rest.
When you hit an object with this flail that is not being worn or carried you can expend a charge to attempt to shatter it if the target object is 1 foot thick or less. Make a DC 15 Strength check and on a success you shatter up to a 5-foot square section. You have advantage on this check if the object is made from glass, crystal, or ice.
This large acorn is covered in delicate carvings of leaves and vines and has been carefully preserved in a glass vial. The first time the acorn touches dirt it explodes with life, covering everything around it in verdant flora. Over the next minute the acorn erupts into a massive tree, 120 feet tall, and with a trunk easily 10 feet in diameter. During the following hour a grove of trees springs from the ground in a 100 foot radius around the towering tree and all manner of flora along with them. Small dancing lights illuminate the bows of these trees both night and day, providing dim light to those under the trees. Undead and fiends are unable to enter the grove and can not possess, charm, or frighten creatures within it. Any creature possessed, charmed, or frightened by such a creature is no longer affected upon entering.
This delicate ring has a rose carved from a shining ruby as it’s focus. While wearing this ring once per long rest you can activate it as a bonus action. For the next 10 minutes any humanoid that ends its turn within 30 feet of you must make a DC 18 Wisdom saving throw, and does so with advantage if you or your companions are fighting it. If it fails the saving throw it is charmed by you until dusk or dawn, whichever is sooner, or until you or your companions do anything harmful to it. The charmed creature regards you as captivatingly beautiful and charismatic, regardless of your appearance.
This wooden mask is of a majestic black and white canine. As you put it on you can feel the beastial energy emanating from it. This magical item has 4 charges and regains 1d4 expended charges after a long rest.
As a bonus action you can use your beastial energy to intimidate a beast within 30 feet of you. The target beast must succeed on a DC 15 Wisdom saving throw or become frightened of you for the next minute. The beast can repeat the saving throw at the end of each of its turns, ending the effect on itself on a success.
Additionally, as an action you can expend a number of charges as you release a primal howl. When you do so a number of dire wolves equal to the charges spent are summoned to unoccupied spaces around you. These dire wolves are friendly to you and your companions. Roll initiative for them as a group, which has its own turns. They obey any verbal commands that you issue them to the best of their abilities. If you don’t issue any commands to them, they defend themselves, but otherwise take no actions. Each dire wolf disappears in a puff of mist when it drops to 0 hit points or after an hour has passed.
On this scarred white seed the size of a man’s fist you see ancient runes. When you attune with this seed you learn the meaning of these runes and how to awaken it. If you plant this seed in the earth and call it’s name; Over the next minute the two jagged birch saplings rapidly form and a stag rises from the ground.
The stag has hide as tough as bark, with a mane of leaves, and the twin saplings as its antlers. This majestic beast has the statistics of a warhorse but an AC of 16, ignores difficult terrain made of earth, and can not be slowed or damaged by non-magical plants. Additionally, if you are attuned to this stag, while riding it you are granted its protection, and your AC can’t be less than 16 regardless of what armor you are wearing.
It is friendly to you and follows your commands as best as it is able. If you give it no commands it defends itself but otherwise takes no other actions. If this steed dies it returns to its seed form and can not be summoned again for 3d10 days.
These gauntlets are made from a dark marbled stone, finely chiseled. They somehow flex and articulate with no visible joints, and are far too heavy to be practical when you first put them on. When you attune with them you feel them suddenly lighten, and you are able to move freely once again.
These gauntlets have 4 charges and regain 1d4 expended charges each day at dawn.
While wearing these gauntlets your unarmed strikes deal 1d6 additional bludgeoning damage.
When you touch a stone surface you can expend a charge as an action to form up to a 10-foot cubed area of the stone you are touching into any shape that suits your purpose. For example, a weapon, statue, or small passage through a wall, so long as the wall is less than 10 feet thick. The object you create can have simple hinges but fine mechanical detail is not possible. Additionally, if you expend a charge and concentrate for 1 minute, as if concentrating on a spell, you can create a stone object that is no more than 5 feet in any dimension out of thin air.
This hammer has radiating lines carved into each of its faces and a small metal sundial on its handle. It has 3 charges and regains all expended charges each day at dawn. When you hit a creature with this hammer you can expend a charge to force the target to make a DC 16 Constitution saving throw. Creatures holding a hammer of any type automatically succeed on this saving throw. On a failure, they are frozen in place and the world appears to fast forward in front of their eyes. For the next minute they can not be interacted with in any way, they are immune to all damage, their movement speed is 0, and they are incapacitated. The creature can repeat the saving throw at the end of each of its turns, ending the effect early on a success.
This thin flexible rod has a sturdy string attached to the end, and a mechanism to release and reel back in the string as needed. Tied to the end of this 50-foot long string is a small hook. When either the hook or string is broken it quickly grows back as the detached hook and string disintegrate. As an action, you can make a ranged attack using this rod against a Large or smaller creature within 30 feet if you. You may add proficiency to this attack if you are proficient in Dexterity (Sleight of Hand). On a hit, the creature becomes tangled in the string and is grappled (escape DC 16). While a creature is grappled in this way you may pull them 10 feet towards you as an action. The grapple ends if they end their turn farther than 30 feet away, you drop the fishing line, or another creature detangles them as an action. Additionally, when trying to catch fish with this item you may make any related checks with advantage.
This bold silver circlet has a facet where a gem should sit, but it is empty. While wearing this circlet if you would take psychic damage, any effect or spell tries to read your thoughts, divine your location, or charm you, the circlet activates. For the next minute the circlet wards your mind and body so it appears as empty as the void itself. For the duration you are immune to psychic damage and the charmed condition, your thoughts are unreadable by any means, and your location can not be divined. Once activated the circlet can not activate again until the next dawn.
This staff has a cluster of eyeballs attached to it which have been preserved using
As an action you can activate this staff, causing the eyes to open. When you do so choose an outlined undead within 120 feet of you, or a creature you can see within 60 feet of you. The target creature must make a DC 16 Wisdom saving throw. On a failed saving throw it takes 3d8 psychic damage and is Frightened of you until the end of its next turn. If the creature is an undead it is Stunned until the end of its next turn instead of Frightened. On a successful saving throw the creature is not affected.
This glass jar holds a preserved eye suspended in a putrid liquid. It has 6 charges and regains 1d3 + 3 expended charges daily at dawn.
As an action you can expend one or more of the item’s charges to cast one of the following spells, using your spellcasting ability for the attack roll or spell save DC:
In addition, you can use this eye as an arcane focus. When casting any of the aforementioned spells while using the eye as your focus, you can expend 1 additional charge to amplify the spell’s effect in the following ways:
- Blindness/Deafness. If the creature fails its initial saving throw it has disadvantage on saving throws to end the spell’s effect on itself.
- Ray of Enfeeblement. If a creature fails its initial saving throw, it automatically fails all saving throws against the spell to end the effect on itself. Additionally, it has disadvantage on all Strength checks and saving throws for the duration.
- Contagion. If the target creature fails its saving throw, it is afflicted with Flesh Rot in addition to whichever disease you choose.