Ring of Clean Language (5e Equipment)

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Ring, Uncommon

The Ring of Clean Language appears to be a ring made out of a dark gray metal with elaborate designs etched into its surface. When worn, the Ring of Clean Language appears to do nothing at first. When the user curses, the ring does 1d6 Fire damage to the wearer. On the other hand, when the user replaces a curse word with something ridiculous (eg. saying "Dag nabbit!" instead of "D**m it!"), the ring heals the user for 1d6 hit points. This ring requires attunement, and because this ring is Cursed, it can only be removed if targeted with a Remove Curse spell. Otherwise, any attempts to remove the ring fail.

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