Sumroon (5e Equipment)

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Staff, rare (requires attunement by a monk or bard)

A large wooden staff that looks as if it was once a tree that got ripped from the ground and then cleaned and polished. The staff was once owned by a very large bard named Sumroon. He roamed the mountains and forests living off the wilderness, but one day he was attacked by an ent and with his dying breath, entrapped his soul within a nearby uproot tree. When touched by a monk or bard however, the staff shrinks or expands to accommodate for creatures of different sizes.

The user of this staff can cast the speak with animals and speak with plants spells at will. In addition, the staff can be used to cast the awaken spell once on a plant and it regains use of this property at dawn.

The staff also seems to conceal the wielder when in nature, giving you a +2 bonus to Dexterity (Stealth) checks when you are obscured by foliage, heavy rain, falling snow, mist, and other natural phenomena.
Sentience. Sumroon is a true neutral being. He has an Intelligence of 18 (+4) a Wisdom of 15 (+2) a Charisma of 15 (+3) and notices all types of nature around you. He knows many forms of creatures and can recognize almost any animal. He speaks Auran, Elvish, Common, Halfling, and any languages his wielder knows. He can communicate telepathically with his wielder.
Personality. Sumroon is extremely lazy, you can convince him to help you with most things concerning nature but when it comes to anything else he ignores you. He tends to go into a daze, often due to thinking about days long since past due to living an extremely long period of time. If the wielder does not actively do something to protect nature every 7 days or needlessly hurts plant or animal life, a conflict between Sumroom and its wielder occurs at the next dawn.

Mystical Brightoak Staff from Adventure Quest Worlds

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