11 thoughts on “Anyone got any ideas for magic items, say more wondrous item less weapon/armor?”

  1. Jephroh’s Censor: a bejeweled and rune-encrusted skull attached to a four foot ceremonial staff by a short length of chain. When blessed incense is burned in the skull, it acts as a mid to high level turn undead or protection from evil, depending on the level, class, and patron deity of the wielder.

  2. Crystalline Tear

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    A finger-length multifaceted spike of translucent cerulean crystal. Apocryphal texts say they are the frozen tears of Angels, fallen to earth as the Heavenly Hosts wept over the destruction of the Seraphgate. Those who bear a Tear in their flesh are granted a trickle of divine power and visions of paradise.

    When you drive a Crystalline Tear into your skull, your soul is permanently affixed to your physical body. You is flesh inviolate and Death can not claim you. If the Tear is removed, you become mortal once more.

    When you start a session with one or more Crystalline Tears in your skull, the GM will give you a vision of The Paradise Yet To Come, then roll+WIS. On a 7+, you mark XP at the end of the session if you worked towards making your vision a reality. 10+, you take +1 ongoing when acting to make your vision a reality.

    When you drive the six hundred and sixty sixth Silent Crystalline Tear into your skull, you shed your mortal coil in a terrible blaze of radiance and ascend to the Celestial Realm.

  3. Prisoner’s Ring (0 Weight)

    A silver ring with a strange smoky blue stone. The owner of the ring may not be bound or confined by any locks, ropes, etc. on his person but may open these by pure mental will alone whenever desired.Note that the bindings must apply to the owner’s physical person for the ring’s magic to apply. Written in runic letters is a message inside the ring: “Happy Holidays Mouser! S.”

  4. Ring of recall

    when you take off this ring, you instantly return to the location where you put it on; the ring will remain.

    Crown of Order

    Inscribed upon this crown are the laws of the universe, as prescribed by the Primordial of Order. The crown allows the owner to perform Herculean feats with ease. Should the owner ever break one of these laws the crown will torture them for eternity, or till they right the wrong, and then some.

  5. I like to give D&D 5e people “RP cantrip runes”. Doesn’t give them an edge in combat, but helps round out their characters without hurting the Min/Max’ers.

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