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The Tree Alliance Stone is a magic item that did not appear in Dungeons & Dragons yet.

The Tree Alliance Charm is a charm found in the Secret Forest. It is a polished piece of labrodite, 2 3/4" long, 3/4" wide and 1/2" thick.

Appearance[]

The stone is a polished piece of labrodite, 2 3/4" long, 3/4" wide and 1/2" thick.

Tree Alliance Stone

Tree Alliance Stone

Tree Alliance Charm

It has a flash of gold vertical lines.

Tree alliance charm opposite side

Tree Aliance Charm opposite side, with the flash of gold lines.

Properties[]

Powers[]

The stone has only been used once. It was used on a thief that tried to steal a bag. The wizard was walking on a sidewalk to get to the bookstore to buy parchment. The thief grabbed the bag from behind the wizard and began to run down the sidewalk. The wizard held the stone in his right hand and chanted a spell to freeze the thief. A tree walked using its roots and closed lined the thief. The tree then placed a folded fleece, a bag of nuts, and parchment on the sidewalk. The wizard picked of the fleece, nuts and parchment, and returned home. When casting a spell with this stone, the trees aid the wizard. The trees can move using their roots and branches to provide aid for the wizard. The trees can also provided food, supplies and clothes to the wizard. The stone has yet to be used since it was allied to Dragon Magic, Feary Magic and declared to the elements. It may have a dragon and a faery attached to it. It may also have more powers from the elements.

Drawbacks[]

The only drawback for using this stone is, that; the area may not have any trees to aid in the spell. For example, if the wizard is indoors or in a desert, no trees will be able to help the user. Another drawback to consider is losing such a powerful magical item. The wizard would sure to be lost until a similar item was found or created.

Destruction[]

The Tree Alliance Stone is a stone. It might be possible to break the stone, however it is not known if the pieces and the dust with be able to continue to cast magic. The stone can be lost. Losing this stone would hurt a wizard that loves trees. It might be possible to reverse the charm on the stone, hence breaking the tree alliance. This stone relies on the health of the trees.

Related items[]

Items of the Secret Forest

History[]

Creation[]

First, the labrodite stone was purchased by the wizard, to match his ladies engagement ring. It was not an expensive purchase, because labrodite is not popular. To charm the stone, multiple protective circles were used because of the size of the stone. Once the circles of protection were cast, the wizard pointed his sword at the stone, then chanted, "With oak I lead, That ash may follow, Also alder, Elm and willow, Cedar and locust, Hickory, larch, Walnut, chestnut, Poplar and birch, Beech and maple, Fir and pine; All these powers So be mine." The spell was cast during a waxing Moon, on different occasions, to all seven of the Roman gods; Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, and Saturn. It was shown as an ally of Dragon Magic. It was shown as an ally of Faery Magic. It was declared to the elements.

Ancient history[]

There is no ancient history for this stone.

Recent history[]

The stone is carried by the wizard that charmed the stone. It is carried in the right vest pocket when the wizard wears business attire. The stone is carried in a pouch attached to the belt in casual clothes. The stone is carried in the right bottom jacket pocket when the wizard wears a military uniform.

Publication history[]

Original D&D[]

It was not in the original D&D

Basic D&D[]

It was not in the Basic D&D

AD&D 1st edition[]

It was not in the 1st edition of AD&D

AD&D 2nd edition[]

It was not in the 2nd edition of AD&D

D&D 3rd edition[]

It was not in the 3rd edition of D&D

D&D 4th edition[]

It was not in the 4th edition of D&D

D&D 5th edition[]

It was not in the 5th edition of D&D

Creative origins[]

I found the spell in a magic book.

Reception and influence[]

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References[]


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