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January 13, 2009, 6:54 am

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The Sketch Pad of Magic Bunnies


A sketch pad for casting powerful magic, if you can use it.  How many uses for bunnies can you think of?

Full Item Description
A three inch thick notebook is what it looks like at first glance, it is not until you get closer really look at the cover that you find anything unusual about it.  The quill pen on the cover is remarkably well drawn the edges of the fine soft looking feather seem to shift slightly whenever there is a slight breeze.  In fact you could swear you could pick it up, in fact you can but if you drop it the quill returns to the cover and tipping the book will not slide it off.   Upon opening you find beautiful pages obviously meant for an artist right down to the quick scale reference of a blank, a rabbit, a dog, a man, a horse, a tree, a dragon, and strangely a dot. 

Some time ago a wizard was hurt terribly in a battle that raged across the lands for ten years.  This wizard who had received the wound destroying the cause of the battle, or war if you like. Lost his voice and thus his ability to cast the spells that had allowed him to fight in the first place.  One of his friends an arch-wizard of breathtaking power and possessing of a warped sense of humor went out to gather materials to make an object that would help his friend, who worked after the war as an artist.  The arch-wizard searched for ten years before he had everything he needed.  So he then began his spell casting the power he called into the already charged items light up the night sky for many nights until finally this item was finished.  The arch-wizard surveyed his work grandly slightly disappointed that the outside did not match the power of the item he simply smiled when he beheld the pages inside.  The arch-wizard then did grandly give his friend the former wizard the book saying that whatever he drew would be called forth as if he had cast the spell.  The wizard who had given up his spells for a brush nodded his thanks and went back to work later that night the man tested the book trying to draw an unlit candle being lit but almost as if his hand were possessed he drew a bunny standing on a candlestick and then another with a small tongue of fire issuing from its mouth when he looked up the candle was lit.  He simply shook his head thinking about his friends humor and after discovering what the symbols on the side did left the book alone.

Magic/Cursed Properties
This sketch book brings to life anything that you draw into it with its quill, as long as what you draw is a bunny.  That being said how you draw the bunny is quite up to you and what you want that spell to accomplish:  A bunny with ear fuses for a fireball, a bunny that breaths fire, a bunny with horns and a dragons tail, bunnies with wings, translucent pink bunnies that hop around drunken people with no regard for gravity, a bunny to eat the world.

This magical property can only be drawn out to its fullest by a wizard who is an excellent artist, as the spells cast this way draw their power from the artistic ability of the wizard instead of his knowledge or wisdom.   Another important factor of using this item effectively is the wizard must be very creative.

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January 13, 2009, 5:28
Okay i am starting to feel like the silly item inventer here.
January 13, 2009, 18:52
Welcome to the club then! :)
Voted Cheka Man
January 13, 2009, 14:13
Here come the bunnies of doom!
Voted Grey
January 13, 2009, 21:07
Reminds me of an odd book I saw at a little bookshop once- 'The Big Book of Bunny Suicides'. Very funny, you might like it.
Voted Scrasamax
January 14, 2009, 0:13
This is a novel idea, but it would be a very hard sell for a serious gaming group.
Voted valadaar
May 15, 2013, 20:20
May 15, 2013, 23:27
please finish the left ear for the sake of my ocd. Thanks!

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