Amulet of Sugar Rage (3.5e Equipment)

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AKA: Amulet of Sugar Rush

12,000 GP

This simple hemp amulet has a center piece of a single magical crystal shaped like a plain sugar cube.

If a character ingests any sugar whatsoever while wearing the amulet he goes into an immediate rage. Even if the character class does not normally permit the rage ability.

If the character is a barbarian and ingests any sugary item he adds an additional +2 bonus to his strength and constitution while enraged. He also adds an addition +1 to his damage reduction while enraged but he takes an additional -2 penatly to AC (for a total of -4 AC) The effects of the sugar rage influence are experienced if taken before or after the rage starts. All other barbarian rage abilities still apply.

If a non barbarian character ingests sugar with the amulet worn, he or she immediately enrages as a level 1 barbarian. Albeit, with damage reduction 1/- , and with an additional -2 penalty to AC (for a total of -4 AC) The fit of sugar rage lasts for a number of rounds equal to 3 + the character’s (newly improved) Constitution modifier.

It is a full round action to equip and ingest a sugary item. With the quickdraw feat, it can be drawn and swallowed as a movement action.

Requirements to enchant: Craft wondrous item (feat), Bull Strength (Spell known), 5 ranks in perform cooking , CL 10. Base Price of 5,000 GP in materials needed to create.



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