Custom Manna

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Through rare merchants, raffles, and special events, the Manna (203) spell can now be customized. Clerics and Empaths must first prepare the spell and then use SUMMON CUSTOM to access their custom bread option. Open casting or INCANT will still allow access to standard options.

There are several premade options available, and depending on the release method, the player may be allowed to submit their own customization. If the player does submit their own idea, it will be considered a delayed service, as it will have to go through the QC process.

As of 2018, Custom Manna does not have to be "bread." At Ebon Gate 2018 a pre-made prize was a Custom Manna of a pickle.

Premade Options

Description Taste Message 1 Taste Message 2
a slice of banana walnut bread Moist and tender, the bread is ripe with the flavors of banana and toasted walnuts. The walnuts retain a slight crunch within the flavorful spiced banana bread.
a square of tart lemon cake The moist cake is decadent, with the floral flavor of lemon and a tart buttery glaze. If not for the rich buttery sugar glaze, the tart lemon of the cake would almost be overwhelming.
a wedge of anise and wheat flatbread Coarsely ground wheat gives the flatbread a rustic flavor tinged with the distinctive flavor of anise. Lightly toasted, the slightly nutty wheat bread is touched with anise.
a round of garlic-rubbed bread The crusty outer edge of the bread is strewn with grain kernels, while the face is buttered and rubbed with roasted garlic. Tiny pieces of roasted garlic clings to the face of the buttered bread.
a pancake of crispy cornbread Fried to a crisp edge with a soft center, the cornbread pancake is lightly salted and golden brown. The edges of the cornbread crumble with each bite, giving way to a tender, lightly salted center.
a mini loaf of yellow cornbread The top and edges of the small loaf of cornbread are browned perfectly, and the center is ever so slightly sweet. Cooked to perfection, the cornbread crumbles into sweet, sandy gold in your mouth.