e Field Healers Kit

Field
Healer’s Kit

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1st Century A.D. fresco from Pompeii (now in the Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Naples)), showing Iapyx removing an arrowhead from the leg of Aenas, with Aenas's son Iulus Ascanius crying beside his father. At left, Aeneas' mother, the goddess Venus (the Greek Aphrodite).

1st Century A.D. fresco from Pompeii (now in the Museo Archeologico
Nazionale (Naples)), showing Iapyx removing an arrowhead from the leg of Aenas,
with Aenas’s son Iulus Ascanius crying beside his father. At left, Aeneas’ mother,
the goddess Venus (the Greek Aphrodite).

The Quintessential paladin

Author Alejandro Melchor

Series Quintessential Series

Publisher Mongoose
Publishing


Publish date 2002

Pages 128

ISBN 1-903980-79-8

OGL Section 15 qpal

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Although trained in the
healing arts, paladins often do not have time to tend to a fallen comrade when he runs out of healing
magic, or when the magic does not apply. The field kit is a small box with the
absolute minimum equipment necessary for five applications. Using a field healer’s
kit grants a character a +1 circumstance bonus to Heal checks, but using it in combat is considered a move-equivalent action instead
of a standard action.

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