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Creeders Magic Dentures

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Dentures, magic dentures.

The product of addled, pica-afflicted wizard, these are a set of one-size-fits-all false teeth, almost supernaturally white. They are very powerful, for they allow the wearer to bite and chew everything but strongly enchanted material, and to safely consume it. Even hazardous materials such as nails and glass may be eaten without ill effect, as if wax.

Inedible material provides no nutrition, and seems to disappear once eaten. Materials with some nutritional value (wood, bone, etc) will feed the user, though poorly. Pure liquids are unaffected by the dentures. The user must have no teeth to use this item.



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Dentures are not, in fact, anachronistic, and could be found in some form in a fantasy setting. With the high availability of magically strong metals dentures of a quality rivialing modern dentures could be produced. In earth history, there are articles stating that they have been found thousands of years BC, and in some cases, even fanged dentures may have been used.
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2006/06/060614-oldest-teeth.html
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Voted Moonlake
May 11, 2013, 0:10
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A quite amusing silly item, bonus marks for leading me to learn what an affliction pica is.
Voted Shadoweagle
May 11, 2013, 1:30
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This is a fun item, and with plenty of use! If a PC was willing to smash his teeth out he could keep these in their place. Next time he was put behind bars, he could eat his way out! They could be used to get through walls if you're patient enough (and can open your jaws wide enough to get some good starter bites!) Also good to get rid of incriminating things; Eat the dagger you just used to assassinate that councilman!

In fact, there are so many uses to this item!
- chew through chains
- 'beaver' down some trees for construction
- Eat bone or wood for survival when no other food sources are around
- It it molds things as though they were wax consistency, they could be used to flatten iron for specific uses by chewing on it.
The list goes on!

Also, it seems to have all the necessary information for a 100 word sub. Nice one, Val.
Voted Scrasamax
May 11, 2013, 7:11
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Could you use them to eat something intangible, like a ghost? (making notes for Pac-Man for D&D, don't know if I should go for Barbarian or Ranger though)
valadaar
May 11, 2013, 9:09
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Look on the right of the screen. There is an icon.
Voted Strolen
May 11, 2013, 14:25
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Fun gift for grandma!
valadaar
May 11, 2013, 16:44
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If you don't mind her snacking on the silverware... :)
Strolen
May 12, 2013, 6:50
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I was supposed to get those in her will!
Voted Dossta
May 13, 2013, 10:37
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Does the stuff disappear once chewed up, or only once swallowed? I like SE's idea of being able to chew something up to "mold" it into a new form, then spit it back out.

*NPC insults party*
*PC casually grabs the bastard's favorite tankard and chews it up. Spit out a solid lump of metal a few seconds later*
*NPC and henchmen flee the scene*
valadaar
May 13, 2013, 11:21
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I'd leave that to the individual GM's judgement. I had essentially considered chewed materials destroyed, but I see no reason not to allow this - especially since it is quite entertaining.

valadaar
May 14, 2013, 14:27
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In case anyone is wondering, you can add an icon as follows:


In summary, add the following tag in HTML mode:

{img src="http://strolen.com/graphics/guild/100word125.jpg" width="40" height="40" align="right"}

Where { } are replaced by < and >



Dossta
May 20, 2013, 11:38
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Do you add this to the summary box or to the main sub? At the top, or at the bottom?
valadaar
May 20, 2013, 16:28
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Summary box. You need to save the sub once before the html editor becomes available in edit mode.
Dossta
May 20, 2013, 17:33
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That is freaking cool. I updated all my Weavers Guild subs with the icon and it makes them so much easier to identify in a list. Thanks for revealing the secret of Real Ultimate Power!
Voted Kassy
May 18, 2013, 7:22
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Funny little item. I can see this providing plenty of amusement for the party. It has the potential to get quite out of hand if the GM allows it.


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