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Pearl of Power 5e Warlock| Pathfinder D&D 5e

Pearl of power 5e also called the pearl of power is a wondrous item and uncommon that requires attunement by a spell-caster. Pearl of power is a magical power that allowed a spell-caster to recast spells that she or he had previously cast.

So according to the Dungeon and Dragon fifth edition(DnD 5e) handbook, it states that “While this pearl is on your person, you can use an action to speak its Command Word and regain one expended spell slot. If the expended slot is of 4th Level or higher, the new slot is 3rd Level. Once you have used the pearl, it can’t be used again until the next dawn.”

Taking out the magical detection ability of the Pearl of power, the pearl is a basic object of average size and quality. The 5e pearl of power gives the spell-casters a strong aura of transmutation magic. Check out the Longsword 5e: Know About Longsword DnD 5e

A typical d&d 5e pearl of power is sold between 1,000 – 81,000 gold pieces, with the powerful varieties sold at around 50,000- 80,000 GP, while the weak varieties are sold between 1000 to over 5,000 GP in a magic item store.

Properties of the Pearl of power 5e

Item RarityUncommon
Item TypeAdventuring Gear
SubtypeWondrous Item

Pearl of Power Pathfinder

Aura strong transmutation; CL 17th (see FAQ below); Slot —; Price 1,000 gp (1st), 4,000 gp (2nd), 9,000 gp (3rd), 16,000 gp (4th), 25,000 gp (5th), 36,000 gp (6th), 49,000 gp (7th), 64,000 gp (8th), 81,000 gp (9th), 70,000 gp (two spells); Weight

Source

 Ultimate Equipment pg. 315, PRPG Core Rulebook pg. 525

The Description

This seemingly normal pearl of average size and luster is a potent aid to all spellcasters who prepare spells (clerics, druids, rangers, paladins, and wizards). Once per day on command, a pearl of power enables the possessor to recall any one spell that she had prepared and then cast that day. 

The spell is then prepared again, just as if it had not been cast. The spell must be of a particular level, depending on the pearl. Different pearls exist for recalling one spell per day of each level from 1st through 9th and for the recall of two spells per day (each of a different level, 6th or lower).

The Construction Requirements 

Craft Wondrous Item; Special creator must be able to cast spells of the spell level to be recalled; Cost 500 gp (1st), 2,000 gp (2nd), 4,500 gp (3rd), 8,000 gp (4th), 12,500 gp (5th), 18,000 gp (6th), 24,500 gp (7th), 32,000 gp (8th), 40,500 gp (9th), 35,000 gp (two spells)

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The Abilities of the dnd pearl of power

The abilities of the holder of the dnd 5e pearl of power magical spell are as follows:

  •   A holder of a pearl of power  can simply utter a magical command word,
  • A holder of a pearl of power 5e could recall any spell already cast that day.
  • The holder of a 5e pearl of power spell could cast that spell can repeatedly recast the spell without having to proceed through the usual methods of preparation.
  •   A d&d 5e pearl of power is useless to the spell-caster who did not access the Weave through spell-preparation,
  •   A holder of a pearl of power is permitted the recall of only one cast spell per day,
  •   A holder of at least one variety pearl of power is allowed the recall two spells per day.
  • Each pearl was limited to the recall of spells of the same general power as each other,

Some Prominent Owners of Pearl of Power 5e

So we have listed some prominent owners of the pearl of power, you can also add anyone we didn’t list on the comment box below. Here are seven of the notable ones listed below. Also, check out the Half Plate 5e: The Half Plate Armor In D&D 5e

  1. Miska: The Miska is a gloaming male adventurer of the Underdark
  2. Hadrhune: The Hadrhune is the right hand of High Prince Telamont Tanthul
  3. Ramas-Teth Ankh,=: He is a Mulhorandi worshiper of Thoth
  4. The Rimmen of the Scarlet Eye, a mage lord.
  5. Sammaster; He’s the infamous mage who triggered a Rage of Dragons.
  6. Thelossa: this a drow werebat
  7. Tyaral, He’s a Mulan cleric of Bhaal

Some Basic Information of the Pearl of Power 5e

Some of the basic information about the pearl of power 5e that will guide you if you are a spell-caster or game lover. Check out the Guard 5e: Guard Captain 5e In Dungeon Dragon.

NamePearl of Power
RarityUncommon
TypeWondrous
Sanity CategoryCombat
Relevant Page Number184
Price Range (per DMG)101 to 500 GP
Price (per Sane Prices)6,000 GP

Other 3rd Party Publisher Wondrous Items

Some other wondrous items of third party publisher, include. You like the Longbow 5e: The 5e Longbow Martial Weapons 5e.

Amulet of Health –

A wondrous item, rare and requires attunement. You can only wear the amulet of health when your Constitution score is below 19, the amulet will not affect is your Constitution score is above 19

Amulet of Proof against Detection and Location

This amulet is another wondrous item, uncommon, and requires attunement. This amulet can protect and hide you from all divination magic. So when wearing this amulet, you cannot be targeted by any of such magic and or perceived through magical scrying sensors.

Amulet of the Planes

This again another wondrous item, very rare and also requires attunement This amulet gives you the ability to use an action to name a location that you are familiar with on another plane of existence.

You cast the plane shift spell upon a good check. Upon failure, you and each creature and object fly to a random destination within 15 feet of you. Read also the Cone of Cold 5e in Dungeon and Dragon Spells.

A d100 roll. You fly to a random place on the plane you called on a 1-60 plane. You are moving to a randomly defined plane of life on a 61-100.

What Happens at the 7th level if Warlock Tries to Use a Pearl of Power?

The DMG errata document has this to say regarding the pearl of power: “The first sentence is now two sentences: “While this pearl is on your person, you can use an action to speak its command word and regain one expended spell slot. If the expended slot was of 4th level or higher, the new slot is 3rd level.”

I don’t know whether there’s an official response or not. But my response will be like this: any object that retains or recovers spells of a certain level can be used by Warlock as long as Warlock can cast spells of at least that level.

However, I will also add a note that, as the spells in every other class, this can only be used once a day. After a brief break, the retained Warlock spell does not reset, in other words.

How Does the Warlock Obtain 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th Level spells?

The warlock will cast a spell on any of those higher tiers. The Magical Arcanum capability on page 108 describes this in detail: in essence, a warlock can cast one spell of each level of 6 or higher once every long rest without expending all of its spell slots.

As far as the limited number of spell slots is concerned. It is true that it is small, but there are two things to consider:

  1. After a brief break, they get their slots again (but not the mystic arcanum spells).
  2. Their primary class powers are drawn from their eldritch invocations, which contain multiple will spells and other bonuses.

Warlocks are usually supposed to mainly use eldritch blast and other cantrips and complement them with their invocations.

My Experience Playing  Pearl of Power Warlock from 1-10.

I played Warlock (Fiend) from 1 to 10. This was right from the Playtest (where we just dropped our Playtest Campaign) to the 5th Real (where we started the Dragon Tyranny), so I can honestly tell you about the class with the best advice. What’s not to do.

Next, don’t be afraid to take a quick break when you can. You’re a complete caster if you get a lot of rest because you relock spells at the same pace as fighter skills, you have every excuse to rest around.

Avoid choosing spells that don’t scale using your slots unless they are really significant. Hex, like Eldritch Blast, is a crucial spell to take.

Darkness, although not scaled, a synergy with Fiend Sight is a good choice. Invisibility is only getting better when you level so that you can shoot more animals.

Dimension Door saved my party’s life once. (kinda) Always casting Counterspell at your highest slot is amusing but less successful than a Sorcerer/Wizard doing the same thing, even though it will support you throughout your career.

You probably won’t get the Pact Blade unless you go Dex-based. Trust me, I’ve been trying to get the strength and it’s gone wrong. Very Poor. That’s right until I got medium armor skills, and then it was awesome.

But that was 8 levels and 2 levels later I retired character XP Instead if you want to go melee, take Tome and take Shillelagh to Charisma quarterstaff. I’ve never had to use Chain, but I’m sorry I didn’t because the familiar looks so much fun.

Never take any of the Invocations that use spell slots and recharge for a long rest UNLESS it’s for Bestow Curse, because it’s vicious, and Awful Word is a near second to good crowd control.

Definitely take the spells at-will that fit your style of play. Honestly, concentrating on only boosting your Eldritch Blast is a great technique, too, but it can get… buzzing. Trust me, man. But with the right choices, you can pass quickly to the melee.

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