Every ten minutes, the ring of regeneration emitted a burst of recuperative magic, restoring part of the health of its attuned wearer. It was also capable of regenerating lost limbs, in a process that took a few days.
The Imaskarran arcane knowledge book, the Tome of the Ring had a crafting recipe for a ring of regeneration. The recipe called for fenberries, an eye of a rakshasa, and the spell of Melf's acid arrow.
Various rings of regeneration have been in existence since the glory days of the Imaskarran Empire. But one of the more modern versions was created by a wizard Huhhus who was not particularly talented in the art. He discovered a method of distilling troll flesh into a potion of regeneration, the liquid so foul, almost no-one was willing to ingest it. He considered that endeavor a failure. A few decades later, one of Huhhus' students used the master's research to craft a magic ring that incorporated troll's ichor and brain. As no-one needed to ingest gross troll-liquid, this ring of regeneration recipe was a successes.
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