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* Aura forces the hero(ine) to use a [[healing items|healing item]] at 30 [[hp]].
 
* Aura forces the hero(ine) to use a [[healing items|healing item]] at 30 [[hp]].
 
* Aura forces the hero(ine) to immediately use another healing item if the first one has no health-improving qualities.
 
* Aura forces the hero(ine) to immediately use another healing item if the first one has no health-improving qualities.
* Aura forces the hero(ine) to go to a [[towns|town]] immediately upon reaching 16 hp (including breaking any fights with mundane or undead monsters by way of a flee entry).
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* Aura forces the hero(ine) to go to a [[towns|town]] immediately upon reaching 16 hp (including breaking any fights with mundane or undead monsters by way of a flee entry). [Not always true. Hero(ine) has been observed simply resting under a tree when hp was lower than 16.]
 
* Aura may render hero(ine) immune to traps and meteorites while returning to town. (Still under test.)
 
* Aura may render hero(ine) immune to traps and meteorites while returning to town. (Still under test.)
 
* There is some evidence that the aura can help a hero(ine) avoid the worst of a [[punish]]'s effects.  
 
* There is some evidence that the aura can help a hero(ine) avoid the worst of a [[punish]]'s effects.  

Revision as of 06:42, 3 June 2015

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Colour: Rainbow
Duration: Generally 5 hours

A hero was once walking through a valley, when he stumbled upon the literal end of the rainbow. Angered by the lack of a pot of gold, he kicked the rainbow. However, he was given an aura soon after.

When he entered town, strange things happened. Glass cast rainbows indoors. Babies cried when he walked past. Doctors shunned him. Traders cried. After being chased out by a mob, he sat down and cried. His furious God fired an angry chipmunk down at him, but his aura defended him from it. He then realized his aura wasn't so bad after all. Except for the occasional vomit-inducing migraine, of course.

Apparent Properties

  • Aura forces the hero(ine) to use a healing item at 30 hp.
  • Aura forces the hero(ine) to immediately use another healing item if the first one has no health-improving qualities.
  • Aura forces the hero(ine) to go to a town immediately upon reaching 16 hp (including breaking any fights with mundane or undead monsters by way of a flee entry). [Not always true. Hero(ine) has been observed simply resting under a tree when hp was lower than 16.]
  • Aura may render hero(ine) immune to traps and meteorites while returning to town. (Still under test.)
  • There is some evidence that the aura can help a hero(ine) avoid the worst of a punish's effects.
  • Can cause immediate healing for your hero(ine).
  • Passersby are known to receive headaches when looking at your hero(ine).
Auras
Standard Auras Abstinence • Audibility • Baiting • Bliss • Concussion • Confusion • Curiosity • Hoarding • Huckstering • Hunting • Immortality • Pacifism • Rage • Saving • Spookiness • Totemism • Trail
Event Auras Censorship • ██████████‎
Historical Auras Reviving