The Gauntlet of a Forgotten God (5e Equipment)

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Wondrous item, legendary (requires attunement)

The Gauntlet of Infinite abilities is one of the most powerful items in Dungeons and Dragons. Forged out of te finest metals in the land and infused with the blood of an ancient god,it grants its wearer the ability to do what their mind desires.
When the player rolls higher than a 10 on d20 roll they may use the gauntlet to do whatever they wish. When the player rolls less than a 10 on a d20 roll they will take 2 damage. The gauntlet can not be destroyed nor removed from the user. In the case of the player currently using it dies, the gauntlet must be passed down to their desendant (the players next incarnation if they choose).
Curse The downside of the gauntlet being if any tiefling and/or elf puts it on they will die instantly.




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