D&D: All 11 Magic Tattoos In Tasha’s Cauldron Of Everything, Explained – Screen Rant

Posted in Tattoo Designs on Nov 19, 2020

The D&D book Tasha's Cauldron of Everything has a section on Magic Tattoos. Here's how to get them, what they do, and all of their powers explained.

Magic Tattoos were originallyimplemented in theDungeons & DragonsUnearthed Arcana playtest material, but have become an official part of theD&Dworld in the latest sourcebook,Tasha's Cauldron of Everything. Here's all there is to know about these wondrous skin-infused items.

Like a normal tattoo, these magical ink imprints are customizable in Dungeons & Dragons, but do have guidelines for appearances depending on the type of tattoo. These unusual marks come in many forms which can look like a brand, a scarification, or any other cosmetic alteration.They're produced with a special magic needle which is pressed to skin to initiate the attunement process. After the attunement is complete, the needle actually turns into the ink that becomes the tattoo on the wearer's skin.

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The Lead Rules Designer for Dungeons & Dragons- Jeremy Crawford - elaborates onthese items in aScreen Rant interview. He states that if the attunement ever ends, the Magic Tattoo inDungeons & Dragons "actually slinks off your body and that needle reforms and the tattoo goes back into it."If desired, it can "then be applied to somebody else." He also confirms Dungeons & Dragons' Magic Tattoos count towards the number of magic items a player can be attuned to.

The rarer a Magic Tattoo in Dungeons & Dragons, the more space it'll cover on the wearer's body. Common tattoos cover a small area, such as one hand or a quarter of a limb. Uncommon tattoos cover half a limb or even the bearer's scalp. RareDungeons & Dragons tattoos take up an entire limb, and very rare tattoos can cover two whole limbs, the chest, or the upper back according to Tasha's Cauldron of Everything's lore. Finally,Dungeons & Dragons Legendary Magic Tattoos can cover an entire half of a character's body,like both arms and torso. Tasha's Cauldron of Everything lists 11 different types of Magic Tattoos:

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