m Girdle of the Green Knight

"My Lady Greensleeves" as depicted in an 1864 painting by Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
“My Lady Greensleeves” as depicted in an 1864 painting by Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
Relics & Rituals: Excalibur
© 2004 White Wolf Publishing, Inc. Distributed for Sword and Sorcery Studios by White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
By Evan Jamieson, Lizard, Aaron Rosenberg, Christina Stiles and Relics & Rituals: Excalibur team

This greenleather belt, crafted to resemble a vine with leaves all along it, is given to aspiring greenknights to aid them in their travels. The girdle grants its wearer the ability to go 1d4 days without food or drink, with no ill effect. After that time, the wearer begins to feel the effects of starvation and dehydration, but those first days do not count toward the effects. In other words, if the wearer goes six days without food or drink, but the belt protects him for four days, he only feels as if he had gone two days without sustenance. Once the wearer eats and drinks, the belt is recharged.

Faint transmutation; CL 5th; Craft Wondrous Item; endurance; Price 2500 gp; Weight 1 lb.