Jade Monkies (5e Equipment)
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Wondrous Item (Figurine of Wondrous Power), Very Rare
The Jade Monkies are three separate Figurines of Wondrous Power made of jade in the shape of a Monkey. Each figurine has a slightly different mold. The first is covering its ears, the second is covering its mouth and the third is covering its eyes. They may be found separately or together. When used, each will act like a normal Figurine of Wondrous Power, but each with their own quirk.
When a creature that enters within 2 meters of the Jade Monkey, they must make a DC 15 Wisdom Saving throw. On a success, they are immune to the figurines effects for 24 hours. On a failure, the creature loses the sense pertaining to the figurine for 24 hours.
After failing the saving throw, if the creature renters the figurine's radius again after the effects wear off plus (1d12 + 4 ) hours, they must repeat the saving throw. On a success, nothing happens and they are immune to the figurines effects for 24 hours. On a failure, On a failure, the creature loses the ability to either hear, speak, or see, depending on which figurine it was, for 72 hours.
If the creature once again renters the figurines 2 meter radius after the effects wear off plus (1d12 + 4 ) hours, they must repeat the saving throw. On a success, they are immune to the figurines effects for 24 hours. But on a failure, the creature loses the ability to either hear, speak, or see, depending on which figurine it was, permanently.
You may use an action to speak the command word and throw the figurine to a point on the ground within 60 feet of you, the figurine becomes a Monkey. While transformed, it loses the ability to take away a creatures ability to see/hear/speak. If the space where the Monkey would appear is occupied by other creatures or objects, or if there isn’t enough space for the Monkey, the figurine doesn’t become a transform. Each figurine can become a Monkey for up to 12 hours, but once it has been used, it can’t be used again until 3 hours have passed. At the end of the duration, the Monkey reverts to its figurine form. It reverts to a figurine early if it drops to 0 hit points or if you use an action to speak the command word again while touching it.
The figurines may only be used by a creature under its effects. If you are under the effects of the Monkey that covering its mouth, you only need to think the command word. While the figurine is in its active state, the user can hear, see and feel what the monkey experiences as if the Monkies senses were theirs and command it with their telepathic link. Each individual Monkey has its own special ability.
A single creature may be able to use and be under the effects of all three figurines at once. If a creatures ability to hear, see and speak have been removed from them by the figurines, they will undergo a transformation. Over the next few seconds, the rest of their body will turn green and harden into jade. They will shrink to a size small enough to fit in your pocket and their face will take on the appearance of a monkey. Once the transformation finishes, the figurine will begin to tremble and shake before splitting into three separate figurines, one covering its ears, one covering its eyes and one covering its mouth. It will also gain the magical properties that the previous figurines had.
Curing this Curse
During the first stage, where the creature only lost one of its senses temporary, their hearing/sight/voice can be restored through the casting of greater restoration on the creature. If the creature has lost multiple senses, the casting can only return one sense at random per spell slot. Casting greater restoration at higher levels will return multiple senses to the creature (1 per increased spell slot level). If the creature has permanently lost one of their senses, a Resurrection spell can be cast on them to return their sense. Same rules apply if they have lost multiple senses. But if a creature is transformed into a figurine, only a Wish can return them to their normal form.