MacGuffin Stone (5e Equipment)
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Wondrous item, legendary
Legends tell of an object with limitless power. Peasants of old born with nothing to their names transformed into royalty in but a night. Countless fairy tales of dragons being slain by the young hero. Princesses rescued from the singing towers in the sky. History is made by the brave or the foolish so they say. To be a hero, or a king or a queen, or a princess is the dream of any youth, those with their limitless potential. To live is to climb from the dirt and become powerful! If that is your wish, this item is not for you.
This object to the naked eye is nothing but a normal stone that emanates slight magics from it. Upon closer inspection, in the back of your mind, you hear a strange voice that whisper, "What possession do you seek? The fang of the World-Eater? The eye of the Nightwatcher? The princess of the ivory tower? The phylactery of Trenzadull the undying? Speak your wish hero and be it within my power, the object will be yours."
The MacGuffin stone possesses the power to summon one object needed for your quest, to complete your mission with incomparable haste; by focusing on the item you desire and tightly clenching the stone, what you wish for appears, however the stone is forever lost, off to seek a new willing adventurer. However, even with the desired item in hand, the problem is not solved. The World-eater is furious to have lost his fang and will search for you till his dying day. The Nightwatcher, though blinded, will hunt you down and end your life. The princess freed, but her guards angered by her disappearance. Trenzadull bears down upon you to retrieve his phylactery. This stone is cursed to show the details of those who are brave and unwise enough to use it to the ones it has wronged. '
The MacGuffin stone can be used to "skip" one "sidequest" as action. This use destroys the stone but teleports the item/person/MacGuffin directly into user's hands.