Rubs are some of my favorite flavor blasts to add to a spell. Need a little boost? Just add a sprinkle of Emberglaze and start the party!
Some believe rubs were crafted by a long-forgotten master of spice magic, while others speculate that it was a gift from benevolent food deities. Regardless of its origin, its effects have been the subject of fascination and study for generations. The primary function of the Rub of Enchantment is to empower spellcasters and magical practitioners, granting them heightened abilities and versatility in their arcane endeavors. When applied to one's skin or sprinkled onto magical implements, the Rub of Enchantment can produce a range of effects:
AppearanceThe Rub of Enchantment presents itself as a finely powdered mixture with a rich and earthy aroma. Its color can vary, from deep forest greens to fiery reds, depending on the specific blend and potency of the rub. When held in one's palm, it feels slightly warm to the touch, radiating a subtle, soothing energy.
EmberglazeWhen applied to meats and grilled over an open flame, the Emberglaze Rub enhances the flavor and infuses the food with a subtle smoky essence.
Grants a +1 bonus to your Strength-based rolls.
FrostspireThe Frostspire Rub imparts a refreshing chill to dishes when sprinkled before serving.
Provides resistance to cold-based damage.
EtherspicePerfect for nocturnal rituals, the Etherspice Rub enhances one's ability to perceive and manipulate the ethereal realms.
Gain a +1 bonus to Cognition-based rolls.
Molten CoreThe Molten Core Rub intensifies the heat, turning even mild foods into blazing feasts.
Grants a +1 bonus to your Constitution-based rolls.
AetherglowThe Aetherglow Rub imparts an otherworldly shimmer to foods, making them seem ethereal.
Reduce the chances of spellcasting mishaps by half.
Zephyr ZestDesigned for culinary wind wizards, the Zephyr Zest Rub infuses dishes with an airy lightness.
Gain the ability to levitate (as if under the Float spell).