Druid Curse: Burned by Rain
‘Look’s like a storm is coming, a bad one,’ the dwarf said as he surveyed the sky.
The young wizard smirked and scanned the nearby landscape. He stopped and seemed to regard a dilapidated old stone building not far away.
‘How long until the rains come?’ he asked the dwarf.
‘Still dodging that druid’s curse?’ the halfling thief asked.
The wizard nodded sadly.
‘I’d say an hour at least, maybe two. We can wait it out in that old building,’ the dwarf answered, his grumbling barely audible.
Burned by Rain (Druid)
Duration: One month per level of caster or until dispelled.
This strange druid’s curse causes all rain and snowfall, magical or non-magical, to burn the target’s skin, causing 1d4 points of damage per turn until the cursed one finds shelter. Only shelter or full plate armor will protect from the burning sensation and damage, although other forms of clothing and armor remain undamaged, these will not protect from the curse’s effects. Shelter means a structure that has been made of wood or stone, or a cave or under an overhang, etc.