Ring of Lesser Elven Magic
While the party was convalescing, Beilar bought some product off the Ganja Priest and retreated to the forest to contemplate why she was such a crappy spellcaster and so consistently ineffective in battle. Suddenly, a spectral elf emerged from the surrounding forest and sat down with Beilar. The elf said that not all Elves are naturally awesome (although that is what they like to tell themselves) and that sometimes relying on a little magic assistance isn’t such a bad thing. The spectral elf gave Beilar a riddle, “Not all power is apparent. Not all magic is learned. Not all rocks are wet.” While the last bit wouldn’t have made much sense normally, the Ganja Priest’s buzz provided clarity. As she walked past the river, she noted a rock in the river that the water seemed to be diverging around it. She swam to it and found a small pouch lodged in the crack of the rock. In it was the Ring of Lesser Elven Magic Sucking. When used, it contains 30 charges and burning a charge fires 1 magic missile for 1d4+1 damage, which hits unerringly. Up to 4 can be launched per use. Sadly, the instructions were wet and beyond recovery so Beilar has no idea if/how it can be recharged. It appeared that Beilar was destined to have the ring – on it was a soaring falcon and when the Ring was activated, the Magic Missile took the form of an attacking falcon.