This charm is supposed to give you the luck of the guy who made a special cottage in Snakebite forests, which is consulted about on another time. Anyhow, the owner of that cabin received riches from people who got lost and stayed in his fort
Three 6″x2″x1″ planks of silver birch wood 1lb of any metallic alloy (optional) Four 8″x6″x1″ planks of acacia wood Two 4″x2″x1″ planks of silver birch wood Two 2″x3″x1″ planks of acacia wood 2 1″x2″x1″ planks of silver birch wood Glue, tape, or most preferably 24 claws
Casting Instructions for ‘The fortune of Snakebark Woods’
Place two of the bigger acacia planks side by side, making an 8″x12″x1″ platform. Then, place the three larger silver birch planks on top of that platform, making the three walls that are adjacent to the doorway. Now, put the two 1.4″x2″x1″ silver birch planks facing inwards on the ends of the larger sliver birch planks. After that, place the two little acacia planks on the endings of those, making sure that the silver birch boards are centered on the acacia. You have ow made the fourth wall and doorframe. You are almost finished, two steps to go. Now, place the last two silver birch planks in between the acacia doorframe. Finish it all off by placing the last two acacia boards in addition to the four walls. Be sure to put 20$ inside the “fort” before you use the applicants, or it will not work.
This is where the candidates come in. Tape or glue the parts together.
If you opted to use nails, hammer them at each end of the larger silver birch, the outer ends of the rest of the silver birch, and the acacia doorframe.
Put this in a high place in your home(mimicking the tree), and wait a total of one week. After said week, take it down. See if your luck changes.