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Ghost Charge

Ghost Charge Item 1+

Alchemical Bomb Consumable Positive Splash

Usage held in 1 hand; Bulk L

Activate [one-action] Strike

These spring-loaded metal canisters contain a mixture of chemicals and salts that drain and disintegrate nearby undead creatures. A ghost charge deals the listed positive damage and splash damage, though as usual for positive damage, this damage harms only undead and creatures with negative healing. Ghost charges are designed to explode even on contact with a spiritual substance, making them ideal for damaging incorporeal undead. A primary target that takes damage from a ghost charge becomes enfeebled until the start of your next turn. Many types grant an item bonus to attack rolls.

Type lesser; Level 1; Price 3 gp

The bomb deals 1d8 positive damage and 1 positive splash damage, and the target is enfeebled 1 until the start of your next turn.

Type moderate; Level 3; Price 10 gp

You gain a +1 item bonus to attack rolls. The bomb deals 2d8 positive damage and 2 positive splash damage, and the target is enfeebled 1 until the start of your next turn.

Type greater; Level 11; Price 250 gp

You gain a +2 item bonus to attack rolls. The bomb deals 3d8 positive damage and 3 positive splash damage, and the target is enfeebled 2 until the start of your next turn.

Type major; Level 17; Price 2,500 gp

The bomb deals 4d8 positive damage and 4 positive splash damage, and the target is enfeebled 2 until the start of your next turn.

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