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PFS LimitedGrail of Twisted DesiresItem 10

This Item is from the Extinction Curse Adventure Path and may contain Spoilers

UniqueConjurationIllusionMagical
Source Pathfinder #152: Legacy of the Lost God pg. 73
Price 850 gp
Usage held in 1 hand ; Bulk L
This timeworn chalice is constructed of dull tin. It has an unassuming appearance save for the gold, silver, and ebony rings that encircle its rim.

Activate Single ActionSingle Action envision; Frequency three times per day; Effect The chalice fills with one of three different wines of your choosing, as described below. The wine looks, tastes, and smells the same regardless of which type you choose, and detect magic has no effect on the liquid beyond indicating that it is magical.
  • Ordinary wine.
  • Wine that, when imbibed, casts a 2nd-level restoration spell on the drinker.
  • Wine that, when imbibed, casts a 4th-level nightmare spell on the drinker.
If you aren’t chaotic, the first time each day you activate the chalice, there is a one-in-six chance that the liquid you conjure is a different type (the GM should roll 1d6 as a secret roll) instead. The second and third times you activate the chalice in the same day, the odds of this happening increase to two-in-six or three-in-six, respectively. If you are chaotic, the chalice always works as intended.