|Amber Scott Contributor|
*poof* Did someone call?
Yes, that would be a very clever usage of the spell, if you had a healing cohort you trusted to watch over your organs and monitor your condition. If one of my players wanted to use the spell in this way I'd consider the following:
-Concealing your organ jars would be slightly more difficult--you couldn't put them in a secret compartment in a wall or anything, they would have to be in a room where the cohort could quickly access them.
-Assuming your cohort is an ordinary mortal, they may have difficulty sitting next to your organs and reading or knitting or whatever for more than 8-10 hours a day. Even if they were able to ward off sleep with a magic item (or if they were an elf), it would be difficult for an individual to sit in a room for days on end. Of course they could always cart the jar around, but that would put it at greater risk. Or they could stay close by (such as living in a house with the jar in the basement, where they were free to wander about and complete their daily tasks) but you would risk them not getting to the jar in time to touch it.
-I would be unable to resist centering an adventure around an old enemy showing up looking to settle the score with your cohort and finding an unexpected bonus in your preserved organs. But that's just me. :)
-given the flavour of the spell, having a mummified healing cohort to watch over your organs eternally would be SO cool. Or a heucuva!
Thanks for the kind words!