[New Monster] Goblin Luck Bottle

Goblin Luck Bottle


“Koram! Quickly! Catch that bottle as it runs by, I am thirsty!” shouted Chalk from down the corridor.

“Wha…?” asked the fighter, a bit confused and startled as a weird jug with arms and legs skittered by him, giggling faintly.

Goblin Luck Bottle

No. Enc.: 1(1)

Alignment: Neutral

Movement: 90’ (30’)

Armor Class: 5

Hit Dice: 1-1

Attacks: 1

Damage: 1d3 (claw)

Save: F1

Morale: 10

Hoard Class: II

Years of being in a magic-soaked environment has caused these magical creatures to come into existence. Part magical item and part magical being, the Goblin Luck Bottle is an ancient animated bottle, made of clay, with spindly limbs and facial features made either of fine cracks, handles or pure arcane force. If treated well the Goblin Luck Bottle will disperse a limitless amount of ale, water or wine. These weird things only defend themselves with a simple claw attack and never take the offensive as they are brittle and frail items, if broken they cannot be mended. Their creepy faces can sometimes unnerve people, but they are quite harmless, almost playful creatures.


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5 Responses to [New Monster] Goblin Luck Bottle

  1. Telecanter says:

    I like it. The never-ending wine would be priceless to a character . . . except you might have to go off chasing the thing during combat. Or worrying about it breaking. Sounds fun.

  2. sean wills says:

    I like this – ideal for a ‘rob the wine merchant for a rival’ scenario.

  3. bat says:

    It is sort of a creepy little thing that can spin a group of explorer’s around. Are there more where this one came from?

  4. Timeshadows says:

    Fun and cool. 🙂

  5. Kilgore says:

    Weird and, well, weird. Good one.

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