Felix Felicis (5e Equipment)
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|From Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince|
Potion, Very Rare
Felix Felicis, also called "Liquid Luck", is a magical potion that makes the drinker lucky for an hour, during which everything they attempt adds +2 on all attack rolls, saving throws and ability checks.
After the effects of a Felix Felicis wear off, roll 1d6, on a 1 you are considered to be poisoned until a greater restoration spell or better is cast on you to remove the effect. If you have taken Felix Felicis before, change the number rolled to not get poisoned to the amount of times you have taken Felix Felicis.
After your 6th time drinking Felix Felicis, roll 1d4 whenever you finish a long rest. If you rolled a 1 or 2, you are considered to be poisoned until a greater restoration spell or better is cast on you to remove the effect or until you take another long rest.
It turns an ordinary day into an extraordinary one. It is meant to be used sparingly, however, as it causes giddiness, recklessness, and dangerous overconfidence if taken in excess. Felix is highly toxic in large quantities and is also a banned substance in all organized competitions, along with all other methods of cheating. It is very difficult to make, disastrous if made wrong, and requires six months to stew before it is ready to be consumed.