Storage Scroll (4e Ritual)
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You carefully prepare a runic array on a blank scroll, which glows for a moment once complete.
|Level:||2||Component Cost:||20 gp|
|Category:||Creation||Market Price:||100 gp|
|Time:||1 hour||Key Skill:||Arcana|
You create a scroll that can store one object. You can spend an action to press an object against the scroll. The object disappears and a runic representation of it appears on the scroll. This cannot affect objects that are held by another creature or fixed in place (such as a wielded weapon or a door), but it can store a collection of similar objects held in a container (such as a bag of gold or a cabinet of mundane household items.) Retrieving the item takes a standard action. The object appears in an adjacent square, then the scroll crumbles to dust.
The weight of a scroll, either blank or storing an object, is negligible.
The Arcana check result determines the maximum weight of the object that can be stored in the scroll.
|9 or lower||25 pounds|
|40 or higher||200 pounds|