What happens if you wish for a genie to be free?
If that first wish (of the three) “frees” her, she is no longer a genie to do the other two. X-Files had one episode where this happens in the very end, the genie is free to be a normal mortal woman, and she grants her last wish, happily.
Can you set a genie free?
No bottle or wishing involved, but in the final chapter in hell, there is an imprisoned genie you can either set free or kill. The latter gets you an incredibly powerful sword, but if you are of a non-evil alignment you should do the former.
Can a genie grant their own wishes?
Genies have great powers to grant wishes and in fact they can grant themselves three (and only three) wishes during the whole of their existence. Genies are constrained by a Higher Power to remain genies until the Final Day. They must stay in the lamp at all times except when summoned.
What do genies say when they grant a wish?
What do genies say when they grant a wish? A genie says: I’ll grant you three wishes but whatever you wish your ex gets double. The man answers: First I want a house, second I want a car, third I want you to beat me half to death.
What happens if a genie dies?
The genie does not allow the owner to die and/or resurrects the owner to finish wishing. The genie is now doomed to wander the earth forever, a failure, never to grant another wish, but still bound by genie law.
Where does the name genie come from?
The term genie comes from the Arabic word jinni, which refers to an evil spirit that could take the shape of an animal or person. It could be found in every kind of nonliving thing, even air and fire. Jinn (the plural of jinni) were said to have magical powers.
Can genies grant immortality?
Genies can’t grant immortality.
What are the rules for a genie?
Genie’s three rules: Can’t kill anyone, can’t make people fall in love and can’t bring anyone back from the dead.
Can you wish for more wishes D&D?
Once a genie has granted its limit of wishes, it can’t grant wishes again for some amount of time (usually 1 year), and cosmic law dictates that the same genie can expend its limit of wishes on a specific creature only once in that creature’s existence.
How do genies work in DND?
A genie obeys the will of another only when bribed or compelled by magic, usually imprisonment. All genies command the power of their native element, but a rare few also possess the power to grant wishes. For both these reasons, mortal mages often seek to bind genies into service, whether they grant wishes or not.