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    Two for you, Snowbluff.

    Glove of the Snowy Bluff

    This glove is made out of a soft, pale leather, inscribed with snowflakes. Three times per day, as a standard action, the wearer of the glove can conjure a snowball. This conjuration is instantaneous, functions within an antimagic field, and cannot be dispelled. The snow is perfectly mundane except in one respect - unlike ordinary snow, the snowball does not melt normally. It remains until it is used for some purpose, such as being thrown, being used as a material component for spells, or being snacked upon.

    If a person possesses two Gloves of the Snowy Bluff, each one grants its uses per day separately, for a total of six uses per day. Gloves of the Snowy Bluff are not traditionally found in pairs.

    Moderate conjuration; CL 5th; Craft Wondrous Item, Snowcasting, Snowdrift; Price 1,000 gp.

    Powder of Obsession

    This small pouch appears to contain Dust of Appearance. In fact, however, it contains a potent mind-affecting chemical. When a target is exposed to the powder, it must make a DC 15 Fortitude save. If it fails this save, roll 1d4. On a 2-4, the target becomes psychotically, romantically possessive of the first creature it sees. On a 1, it becomes obsessed with the person who threw the dust. (Note that the first creature it sees could still be the one who used the dust.) The target can make a new save once a day. If this save is successful, the effect ends. If the creature fails this save for seven days straight, the effect becomes permanent, unless removed with a Remove Curse spell. This is a mind-affecting effect.

    Faint conjuration; CL 7th; Craft Wondrous Item, Charm Person, Touch of Madness; Price 2,400 gp.
    Last edited by Red Fel; 2015-06-21 at 02:14 PM.
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