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Cauldron of FlyingVehicle 6

Rare Medium Magical 
Source Pathfinder #182: Graveclaw pg. 79
Price 1,100 gp
Witches flying about the countryside at night in their magical cauldrons are often merely legends, but the existence of this magical vehicle shows at least some of the legends are true.

A cauldron of flying can carry only one creature, who stands or crouches in the cauldron and steers it with a ladle, broomstick, or similar implement. The specific implement isn't part of the cauldron and doesn't need to have any particular magic; it simply focuses the pilot's desire to have the cauldron soar into the air and direct it where the pilot wants it to go.

When not in use as a vehicle, the cauldron can be used to boil food and prepare alchemical ingredients, just like any mundane cauldron. To activate the cauldron, however, it must be empty.
Space A large cooking pot 4 feet high and 5 feet in diameter, bulging slightly in the middle and flaring at the top.
Crew 1 pilot
Piloting Check Arcana (DC 24), Occultism (DC 20), or Piloting Lore (DC 22)
AC 21; Fort +14
Hardness 9, HP 79 (BT 36); Immunities critical hits, object immunities, precision damage
Speed fly 30 feet (magical)
Collision 4d8 (DC 22)
Iron Rim The cauldron provides its pilot with standard cover, although this cover doesn't typically provide any bonus to Stealth checks, as a flying cauldron is both visible and suspicious.