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I think drinking oil of bless weapon should make any character without a blessed stomach sick. Have the player roll to prevent his character from puking for several turns and make the almost-puking impede his character's actions for the turn. If the character pukes during an attack, bless that projectile vomit and let it do whatever you think it should do. ...


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Technically, nothing happens. The drinker's chugged what he should've applied, and claiming to have applied the magic oil on the inside doesn't count. (Unless maybe the drinker's a gully dwarf; those dudes can have weaponized innards.) Drinking oil of bless weapon wastes oil of bless weapon just as (in most cases) using oil of bless weapon as a lubricant or ...


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If a player does something unexpected that's not covered by the rules, just saying "there are no rules, so it does nothing" is the boring way out. That's one of the advantages of roleplaying games over other, more structured games. In our games, the usual ruling for misusing a magic item - breaking/overusing a wand, ingesting a relic, whatever - is to give ...


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Bless weapon has a target of "weapon touched". So the character is trying to target his body with a spell that wants to target a weapon. PH 121 says that "an unarmed strike... may be a punch, kick, head butt, or other type of attack". An unarmed strike counts as a weapon, so the act of applying the oil to the character's mouth should cast the bless weapon ...



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