Tag Archives: dungeons and dragons

Biweekly Item-Time-Pocket Watch

“Verin, look at this! It’s one of these intricate, little time pieces!” Pellus pressed a button on the little pocket watch and looked over at Verin, seeing him stock still. “Whoa, are you okay?” He walked over to him, concerned. … Continue reading

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Biweekly Item-The Throne Shoes

A confederacy of giant tribes once formed a broad civilization that might be hard for those who have met primitive and isolated giants of today to envision. In this culture, shoes were highly valued and were often a symbol of … Continue reading

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Extrinsic Game Costs

I like puzzles in my games. I’ve mentioned before, however, that they present a challenge of design for to their reliance on player ability and not so much character ability. In my previous post, I gave some tips based on … Continue reading

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Biweekly Item-Mordenkainen’s Mummy Bag

Inspired by Rick Stumps recent post about a certain mediocre motel room spell, I thought I’d go ahead and flesh out Rowan‘s magical sleeping bag. He hasn’t gotten much use out of it, but now I’ll be more ready for … Continue reading

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Biweekly Item-Contract Axe

A throwing axe made from cold-forged iron. The process of smithing the axe involves the blood of an animal as a quenching agent. The same blood and iron are used to make the ink used to write the contract that … Continue reading

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Biweekly Item-Windsling Oil

Made from the oil of airborne seeds and malicious whispers, this oil can be applied to a sling, granting it an extra smooth and completely silent swing. It gains a +1 to hit and damage, as well as an additional … Continue reading

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Biweekly Item-The Stormspark

  The goddess Laithe of storms and the wild sea was once worshiped the few sea going humans of the Glass Gulf and some of the gnomish raiders and pirates that ventured there. Not long after the formation of the … Continue reading

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Biweekly Item-Chime Ring

As elven nations became more affluent and magic more prevalent, their enchantments became more frivolous. Lule Brightpath was a wealthy elf who loved the sound of his many chimes and had a ring created with which he could ring them … Continue reading

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Biweekly Item-Ring of the Angel Herald

These rings must be crafted by the one to whom it attunes after creation and much contain some kind of symbol linking it to the creator. Its power depends on the goodness and lawfulness of the creator, as well as … Continue reading

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Biweekly Item-Fire Beads

Sometimes sold as a fire starter (“fire seeds”) and sometimes sold as sling ammunition (“fire shot”), these sun hardened beads are made in part from Chlamyd dung, harvested at great risk from the geothermally active regions where they reside.

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