• Blood: Coat the Skin. All we need is a total of one gallon of blood in total (+2).
• Blood: Fresh. The blood needs to have been drawn from the donor's body within one day of the ritual (-3).
• Effects: Immortal. We do not age, do not die of natural causes, are immune to mundane diseases, and are highly resistant to supernatural diseases (+5).
• Effects: Attribute Increase (Permanent). One of our Physical attributes (Strength, Dexterity, Stamina) is increased by 4 dots (+12). For comparison, 2 in an attribute is roughly equivalent to 10 in D&D, and 5 in an attribute approximates to 24 in D&D, so this is a huge boost.
• Frequency: Five Years. The ritual has a duration of five years, and can be renewed (+3).
• Preparation: Infusions, Resources 5. The blood needs to be mixed with hilariously expensive herbs and reagents (-5).
Total cost factor: +0. This is a valid ritual.
Once every five years, the day before the summer equinox, we gather six trustworthy black adults of our sex, pay them an astronomical sum, and have them come to our mansion. We rehearse a performance of, in this example, Summer Sunshine by the Corrs with them until they can execute it with impeccable grace and skill, and then have them stay the night. We then bring them over to our solid diamond tub, adorn it with a variety of charms and sigils, extract one-sixth of a gallon of blood from each of them, and dump the sanguineous fluids into the vat. Finally, we climb into the tub and have our assistants perform their extravagant act. We are now immortal for five years and either 4 Strength, 4 Dexterity, or 4 Stamina more well-off to boot.
Also, you are endowed with either retard strength (+4 Strength), the agility and deftness of a Touhou character (+4 Dexterity), or the physical tenacity of a cockroach (+4 Stamina). In D&D terms, this is equivalent to +20 Strength, +20 Dexterity, or +20 Constitution, so you really do become a ludicrous physical specimen.