Healing Vacuum, Variant (5e Hazard)

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The healing vaccumm is found in places where many undead roamed, any healing spell is supressed and wasted, the only means of healing are herbs, no potions, as within this hazard, it turns into a Potion of poison, Because the effect of the undead, any creature that dies here becomes reanimated as a zombie. The most well known spot is in the world of the Mixed realms, where it's like normal earth, just mixed deities, Is mount evervest (Or the tallest mountian in the world, as known there) where the ledegndary pegasus Glorious destroyed the king of the Undead 300 years back however, the king wasn't destroyed, just supressed of his powers, regaining new power under the name of Scourge, Back to the point, You can not use any healing lesser than mass heal and herbs however, some plants can be poinsionus in this area, due to undead, Roaming here or 1d12 days costs a 1d4 penalty on con saves.


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