Broken Heart


A table ahead has flowers and chocolates on it.

Magical Trap

 

Further down from the table is a portrait of a woman that has a small table under it. The chocolate and flowers need to be placed there.

A DC 12 Intelligence (Arcana) check detects that the flowers and chocolate are magical in nature.

If the portrait is passed without placing the chocolates and flowers, all targets within 30′ of the portrait must make a DC 14 Charisma saving throw. On a failure, the targets feel a sharp pain in their chest and takes 2d6 Charisma damage. This damage can only be restored by a greater restoration. On a success, the target takes 1d4 Charisma damage. This damage is restored after a long rest.

A detect magic detects an aura of necromancy on the portrait and an aura of abjuration on the flowers and chocolate. 

A dispel magic destroys the chocolates and flowers. However, it requires a DC 16 check to destroy the portrait trap.

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