Knat swung lazily in the hammock as Chalk and the others approached her in the woods, twirling her fingers in her hair.
‘What do you boys need this time?’ he asked.
‘Why do we always “need” something?’ countered Valance as a raised a wooden jug to his lips.
With a gesture from the druidess the jug came undone, leaving Valance with wet hands and several small limbs in his hands.
‘I’m not sure, but when you do, you find me,’ she answered with a smile.
Range: 1′ high x 1′ wide x 5′ long per level.
Duration: One day per level.
With this spell druids can weave together limbs and strips of wood magically into several sturdy items-leakproof jugs for carrying water, simple bridges (can bear the weight of up to one laden mule at a time), hammocks to stay dry and off the ground in and anything else that comes to the casters mind. At the end of the spell or when the druid or another spellcaster dispels the magic the wooden bits simply fall apart into the shapes they had before.