“You’re, um, going to drink that?” Arthena asked, mortified.

Mortigan turned a page in his spellbook and shrugged. “Of course.” And he took a drink.

Arthena made a face. “Didn’t I just see you scoop that out of the canal?”

“Mmm-hmm,” the mage said absently, peering at his tome.

“The same canal where half the city dumps, well, everything?”

“The same,” he confirmed, not looking up from his spells. “Care for a taste?”

Wand of Fine Wine

This wand, when stirred in up to one gallon of liquid for one minute, transforms it to pure fine wine. Even fluids such as poison, acid, and magical potions are so affected. The wand requires no charges, and its effects are permanent.

5 Comments to “Wand of Fine Wine
–Tuesday Treasure”

  1. Timeshadows says:

    Ooh, where can I get one? 🙂

  2. JB says:

    I love some of these little miscellaneous magic items. They may serve no immediate “bad ass” purpose, but they make the game so much more “magical” when used sparsely.

    Heh…reminds me of a “bag of food” one of my old characters found. Tasty!

    • Kilgore says:

      “Bag of food”? Seems very handy.

      Didn’t the Gurgi character in Prydain have a “wallet of food”? I always took that to be a bag or pouch, rather than what contemporary Americans would call a “wallet”.

      Either way, definitely very nice to have. Crunchings and munchings.

  3. bat says:

    Very nice magic item. Handy in a pinch, certainly worth a king’s ransom in certain places. Superb!