The Givers Mask (5e Equipment)
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Wondrous Item, artifact (Any human, elf, dwarf, halfling, half-elf, half-orc, or gnome that puts it on is automatically attuned.)
A white porcelain mask with a large pair of eye-holes with black streaks running down to a mouth stretched into a too-wide black grin. The eye holes seem to be filled in with some black substance, yet the wearer is able to see fine. Perhaps more disturbing is the fact that, when worn, glowing pupils appear in these eyes, and move as if they belonged to the wearer. When put on, the mask fuses to the wearers face, only able to be removed once they die. Strangely, the wearer is not hampered in their ability to consume food, it simply disappears into the black void that is the masks smile.
While the mask is worn, you can cast resurrection, speak with dead, or raise dead at will. When using these abilities, make a wisdom saving throw. On a failure, you permanently gain a flaw from the indefinite madness table.
You gain advantage on intimidation checks towards people who can see your face.