This ring can summon any species of dove or pigeon or dove at the rate of one per minute, up to twenty per day. They can carry out simple orders or deliver a message to a specific place or person within 100 miles. If spooked or injured, they flee. The pigeons serve until they die or dismissed.
The user can summon an entire flock of pigeons which can obscure the wearer or carry out one order. This disables the ring for a month.
Finally, the wearer can transform into a dove or pigeon, once, for as long as they choose.
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And, if you like the taste of Pigeon or Dove, well, you'll never go hungry :)
4/5 may have to give this out ;)
1. Ever wanted to pass for a statue? Stand perfectly still and have some pigeons roost on you. Don't flinch if they poop on you.
2. Since it could be *any* species of pigeon, how about giant pigeons? Like the ones from Korgoth of Barbaria :P
Very useful. 4/5
I like these unconventional magic items. Using them requires more creativity than say a wand of magic missile.
But you too Valadaar, double dipping in 100-word and Oekaki...
I see no problem :)
WORD TO YUH MUTHA!!! 100 OE is da S*&^ !!!!!
Encourages creativity and has a variety of options.
Love the name too.
The simplicity of this is astounding. It's a quite powerful item, so I would tend to include a downside or two. Say, the pigeons keep returning to the summoner (maybe even if dismissed), so their cooing and pooping quickly becomes an issue.
Thank you very much valadaar for this inspiration. Just adapted your idea as a relic to one of the female saints in my world. It did fit perfectly!
Glad you liked it!
why use the word 'Dove' twice in the same counting?