Coconut halves of phantom steed (5e Equipment)

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Wondrous item, Uncommon

Two coconut halves, joined by a string with a note that says "Bang together".

Phantom Steed Once per day, as an action, you may bang together the two halves to summon a phantom horse. The phantom horse has the same stats as a riding horse. The steed can be ridden only by the summoner or by a person the summoner specifically created the mount for. The horse is of a coloration of your own choosing. It comes with a saddle, bit, and bridle. It does not fight, but animals shun it and refuse to attack it. The horse disappears after the rider dismounts it. Items and objects stored on the horse fall to the ground.

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