• Finder: Abbamol Pesti
  • Climate:
  • Locale: Underground
  • Type:
  • Sort: Fungi
  • Available: Summer 30%
  • Cost: 70 gp/ 70 gp
  • Uses: 2


The enigmatic herb known as Dogauk, bestowed with the name Tinut Purrultro, owes its discovery to the intrepid herbalsit Abbamol Pesti. Famed for his Monster hunting exploits, Abbamol stumbled upon the herb by sheer luck, unwittingly consuming it before facing a formidable Monster.

Skjald Sejrik



Abbamol Pesti was no ordinary Herbalist; he had a reputation for delving into Monster hunting and for scaring away any potential apprentices or competitors. However, his peculiar endeavors led him to numerous intriguing discoveries, some tracing back to the time when The Void was laid bare. It was during one of these encounters with a fearsome Monster that he chanced upon Dogauk. By a stroke of fortune, Abbamol’s resilience allowed him to resist its aftereffects, and he was able to defeat the wounded Monster by consuming more of the herb.

Skjald Valgrif



Dogauk appears as a peculiar mushroom with potent effects. Upon consumption, the herb imbues a person with a burst of energy, doubling their rate of movement and attack for three rounds. However, this surge of power comes with a cost, as the person must undergo a crucial saving throw versus poison once the effects subside. Failure in the saving throw results in the individual collapsing in exhaustion for 1d6 turns.

Skjald Ulrich




Skjald Sejrik



Preparation: Dogauk requires no preparation, making it a quick remedy in dire situations.

Use: The mushroom can be eaten right away, unleashing its potent effects.

Effect: Upon consumption, the herb grants the person an ephemeral surge of energy. Their movement and attack speed are both doubled for a short period, lasting three rounds

Skjald Valgrif



Dogauk’s remarkable effects should not be taken lightly, as they can provide a crucial advantage in critical moments.

Skjald Kazumix



After the primary effects wear off, the person must be wary of the herb’s aftermath. A vital saving throw versus poison will determine whether they succumb to exhaustion or endure the fleeting potency of Dogauk for an extended duration (1d6 turns).

Skjald Kazumix

Last Updated on 2023-12-25 by IoM-Christian