Fey Flute (5e Equipment)

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Wondrous Item (flute), artifact (requires attunement by a bard, Fey Patron warlock, or a creature with Fey Ancestry)

This magical flute is carved from golden oak wood and "blessed" by the queen of the Summer Court. It is said that no creature can resist the song of this beautiful instrument.



Faerie Charm. While attuned to this flute, you gain proficiency in the Performance and Persuasion skills, and if you already have proficiency in it, your proficiency bonus is doubled for any Charisma (Performance) or Charisma (Persuasion) check you make. In addition, your Charisma score increases by 4 to a maximum of 30.

Summer Court Sonata. You may use your action to play a jovial tune on your flute. Every creature within 30 feet of your choice (yourself included) regains 5d10 hit points. You may use this feature once, and the flute regains this power at the next dawn.

Dance of the Summer Court. You may use your action to play a witching song on your flute. Every creature within 30 feet of your choice must make a Wisdom saving throw (DC 19) or be forced to dance joyously for 1 minute. While under this effect, a creature's movement speed is reduced to 0, they may not make any attacks or cast any harmful spells, melee attacks are made at advantage against the target, and they suffer disadvantage on Dexterity saving throws. At the end of the creature's turn, they may repeat their Wisdom saving throw to end this effect early. You may use this feature once, and the flute regains this power at the next dawn.

Curse. Giantkin are enraged by the presence of this magic item, and as a result, while attuned to this flute, all creatures with the "Giant" tag and goliaths have advantage on attack rolls made against you.


Destroying the Fey Flute. The Fey Flute may only be destroyed by the cold touch of the Queen of the Winter Court.


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