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  • Black Dragon Scale of Resistance

    Crafting a suit of armor from the scales of a dragon is a monumental undertaking, beginning but hardly ending with killing the dragon. Working the scales requires incredible temperatures that are hard to achieve with a mundane forge. The dwarves of old …

  • Glamoured Studded Leather

    Because of the origin of this armor, some cities where intrigue is the norm have passed laws outlawing glamoured armor— although the armor’s nature makes such laws difficult to enforce.

  • Plate Mail of Etherealness

    The metal plates of this armor resemble polished marble, with white markings in cloudlike patterns across their surfaces. The plates are as light as cotton when lifted or worn. Donning the armor creates a sensation of light-headedness, reminiscent of …

  • Spellguard Shield

    This shield’s face features a metallic circular design inscribed with various arcane runes, combining the straight, sharp lines of Dwarven letters with flowing Elven script. When the shield is held defensively, this rune-­‐scribed circle seems to lift off …

  • Efreeti Chain

    The links of this suit of chain mail look like they’re forged of brass, but they are stronger than ordinary iron. Efreeti chain protects its wearer from extreme heat, so even the most sweltering temperatures feel comfortably warm. It gives off a dim white …

  • Elven Chain

    Elven chain is exceptionally fine and light mithral chain mail, elaborately decorated with woven lines that twist like vines, and incorporating other precious metals, such as silver, gold, and platinum. Donning the armor feels like slipping into a silk …

  • +1 Armour

    The most basic form of magic armour is of fine make, a work as much of art as of utility. Magic armour comes in all kinds, though exotic types are rare compared to the more common ones.

  • +1 Magic Weapon

    The most basic form of magic weapon is a superb product of the forge. Whether crafted for some fell purpose of murder and mayhem or forged to embody the highest ideals of honor and chivalry, magic weapons are the pinnacle of the smith’s craft. Magic …

  • Arrow of Dragon Slaying

    Sigils of anathema twist around this arrow’s shaft. The arrowhead is made from the fused scales and teeth of a reptilian monster, while the fletching is stiff, coarse, and black. If the arrow of dragon slaying is fitted to a bowstring, the sigils blaze …

  • Dagger of Venom

    The black, obsidian blade of this weapon is serrated on one edge. Its pommel is carved to resemble two fanged serpents that twine together, their outstretched heads forming the blade’s quillon. Anyone wielding the blade notes a bitter, acrid scent from it …

  • Dancing Sword

    Etchings along the blade’s length depict blowing, spinning leaves and leaping, twirling blades. Drawing the sword causes it to twitch and jerk, as if eager to be free of the hand holding it. Such weapons are sought by warrior mages, who are adept with …

  • Defender

    The broad blade of this great sword is sharp near the tip and notched with defensive rills near the cross guard. An enameled shield design is blazoned at the base of the hilt, over which is inset the symbol of a gauntlet. When the blade is handled, its …

  • Dwarven Thrower

    The sledge atop this warhammer is wrought to resemble a dwarf’s visage, hair streaming out to form the claw at the back. When the weapon is swung, the dwarf’s face moves as if yelling a battle cry. When giants threatened their mountain kingdoms, the …

  • Flame Tongue

    This blade is etched with flame designs that sometimes flare as if they were real fire. It is warm to the touch. In combat, the blade roars to life. It burns like a red dragon’s tongue might, flaming scarlet and orange, and the weapon’s tip exhales a …

  • Frost Brand

    The blade of this long sword is constantly rimmed with frost and ice, and its hilt is wrapped in white leather. When it is drawn from its scabbard, nearby fires gutter, and a plume of condensing air steams from the weapon’s surface.

  • Hammer of Thunderbolts

    This large, extra­‐heavy maul sports a storm motif on its sledge and along the metal haft. The weapon is quite heavy, weighing about 50 pounds. When first held, the maul sparks with tiny bolts of lightning. Long ago, storm giants used these weapons to …

  • Holy Avenger

    This long sword’s straight blade is white as alabaster, and the crossguard forms flaring angelic wings of gold. Its hilt and pommel boast symbols of law and good. Whenever the blade is drawn, the sound of a distant horn fills the air, calling warriors to …

  • Javelin of Lightning

    This wooden javelin was carved from an ash tree that was struck by lightning. The javelin is tipped with iron, and iron wires with thunderbolt designs trace the javelin’s length. When the weapon is handled, tiny bolts of lightning leap to the wielder’s …

  • Keen Rapier

    The straight blade of this rapier springs from an elaborately styled wire guard. While the blade can be bent into a near U-­‐shape, it becomes as hard as adamantine in battle. The blade has perfect balance. Its point is so sharp that even a child could …

  • Mace of Disruption

    This heavy mace’s handle is carved of pale hardwood inset with gold, and its head is cast from white ceramic harder than stone. When it is drawn in battle, the mace’s head glows with a clear, celestial light. These weapons are often found in the keeping …

  • Oathbow

    This longbow is snow white and, despite its slender profile, exceptionally strong. When an arrow is nocked to its string, the bow whispers to its wielder in Elven, “Swift defeat to my enemies.” Oathbows are carried by elf heroes, who receive them as gifts …

  • Vorpal Sword

    This simple long sword is all but indistinguishable from an ordinary weapon. Close examination reveals faint elaborate script running the length of the blade. When a sentient creature notes the script, the creature understands the meaning of the writing. …

  • Staff of Charming

    This length of oak has end caps of silver. Fine threads of bright light twine almost hypnotically through the grain of the wood. A person grasping this weapon feels confident in social situations and feels as if he or she can convince anyone of anything.

  • Staff of Striking

    This sturdy staff is made of oak and lacks adornment, except for a single glyph carved near the head. When held firmly, a staff of striking causes the wielder’s hands to tingle slightly. These staffs are thought to have originated among a sect of …

  • Wand of Binding

    This wand is actually a length of chain held rigid by the magic that infuses it. The chain is crafted from adamantine, and runes of binding and imprisonment adorn each link.

  • Oil of Etherealness

    This cloudy gray oil smells like rain. Upon applying this oil to oneself, the user sees all color leach from the surroundings. Billowing fog boils out of thin air, making everything indistinct. The mist seems more real than the faded world.

  • Potion of Climbing

    This potion is separated into brown, silver, and gray layers resembling bands of stone. If the container is shaken, upon settling, the potion separates once more. A person who samples the potion feels his or her fingers and toes itch and is momentarily …

  • Potion of Delusion

    This potion appears to be another sort of potion, and it tastes and smells just like that potion. Sampling produces a sensation that mimics that of the other potion. Drinking the potion causes a wave of bliss to ripple through the imbiber.

  • Potion of Diminution

    A character who samples this transparent fluid feels his or her body being squeezed slightly. Observers notice that the character becomes a bit smaller for a moment. On drinking this potion, everything the imbiber sees seems to grow larger, as if the …

  • Potion of Flying

    This sky-blue liquid has cloudy impurities drifting in it. Sampling the potion produces a momentary sense of weightlessness. The sense becomes continuous on drinking the potion.

  • Potion of Healing

    This liquid is a faintly phosphorescent blue. Sampling the potion produces a brief sense of well-­‐being. A creature that drinks this potion feels the pain of its wounds lessen.

  • Potion of Longevity

    This pink, frothy liquid smells sweet. A sample tastes of sugar and a hint of grass. Upon drinking this potion, the imbiber looks younger and feels refreshed.

  • Potion of Mind Reading

    This cloudy liquid constantly and visibly moves in its container. A character who samples it hears phantom voices for a moment. Drinking the potion causes the imbiber to briefly hear such voices from every side.

  • Potion of Poison

    This potion appears to be another sort of potion, and it tastes and smells just like that potion. Sampling produces a sensation that mimics that of the other potion. A character who drinks the potion is racked with pain, as though from a dagger in the gut.

  • Potion of Speed

    This orange fluid is streaked with black. The liquid races without pause around the interior of the vessel. A character who samples the potion feels minor muscle spasms twitch across his or her body and briefly senses the world slowing. On drinking this …

  • Ring of Feather Falling

    This ring is carved from the bone of an enormous bird, such as a roc, to look like a wreath of feathers. On first putting on the ring, the wearer feels weightless for a moment.

  • Ring of Invisibility

    Examples of this simple gold band are sometimes engraved with a faint saying in Elven script, such as “The wind is unseen, yet it presses the grass as it flows.”

  • Ring of Water Walking

    This silver ring is inscribed with notches that resemble stylized waves. When the wearer is near enough to see a large body of water, the notches animate, and the waves sweep around the ring.

  • Ring of Wizardry

    Silver sigils of stars, comets, and suns are engraved on this bone ring. Crafting a ring of wizardry involves several astounding feats of magic now lost to academic spellcasters. A mage must grow a clone, invest the clone with the knowledge of magic, and …

  • Bag of Holding

    This appears to be an ordinary cloth sack, roughly 2 feet in diameter at the mouth and 4 feet deep. Opening the sack reveals an interior space considerably larger than its outside dimensions.

  • Boots of Elvenkind

    These soft, supple boots feature intricate leaf patterns sewn into the leather. An elf who sees a non-­‐elf wearing these boots typically assumes that they are stolen. In some cases, however, boots of elvenkind are presented as gifts to the elves’ most …

  • Boots of Speed

    These supple leather boots have polished buckles that sparkle in the light, along with silver inlay at their heels. After donning the boots, a wearer notices that everything—even sound—seems to move at a slightly slower pace. This increased speed is …

  • Bracers of Defense

    These wide metal bracelets each bear a single symbol: a kite shield of burnished silver. The bracers have hinges that allow them to be clasped and unclasped, and they magically tighten to fit snugly on their wearer’s forearms. When first donned, they …

  • Cloak of Elvenkind

    This long cloak is fashioned from gray cloth, expertly crafted, and is half the weight of a normal cloak. An elf who sees a non-­‐elf wearing a cloak of this sort might assume the cloak is stolen. In some cases, however, cloaks of elvenkind are presented …

  • Gauntlets of Ogre Power

    Made from thick leather, these gauntlets have iron studs on the back that run halfway down the length of each finger. The gauntlets are heavier than they look—as if lead were sewn between the layers of leather. A creature that dons the gauntlets feels as …

  • Tome of the Stilled Tongue

    This thick, leather-­‐bound volume has a desiccated tongue nailed to the front cover. Five of these tomes exist, and it’s not certain which one is the original. The grisly cover decoration on the first tome of the stilled tongue once belonged to a former …

  • Portable Hole

    This fine cloth, soft as silk, unfolds into a circular sheet. When spread across a surface, the sheet seems to vanish, dropping away into a hole that wasn’t there before.

  • Pearl of Power

    This pearl comes in many colors but is average in size and luster. When grasped, it feels warm to the touch. After the pearl’s magic is discharged, it feels like any other pearl.

  • Horn of Blasting

    This plain brass horn is badly dented, but despite the apparent damage, it is fully functional. A horn of blasting functions as a normal trumpet unless someone speaks the command word and then blows the horn. Even without the command word, the horn emits …

  • Hat of Disguise

    A hat of disguise looks like a cheap, well-­‐worn wool cap. Its colors have faded from many years of hard use. Putting the hat on for the first time causes a ripple of spontaneous and random illusory changes to the wearer’s appearance. The effect is …

  • Gem of Seeing

    This finely cut and polished diamond is the size of a human eye. A creature that holds a gem of seeing to its eye notices that the gem is transparent, and peering through it in no way blurs or distorts the creature’s vision. One can turn a gem of seeing …

  • Gold and Magic Items

    h4. Gold While currency in the world of Adventurers Guild is based on the Gold Standard, Gold Coins are rarely seen in actual day to day affairs. The currency translates to modern terms as follows: 1 Copper = 1 Dollar 1 Silver = 10 Dollars 1 …

  • Faction Vendors

    The Adventurers Guild Quartermaster has the following items available for sale: All Members can purchase: * [[:oil-of-etherealness]] - 100 Gold * [[:potion-of-climbing]] - 50 Gold * [[:potion-of-delusion]] - 150 Gold * [[:potion-of-diminution]] - …

  • Guild Quartermaster

    The Adventurers Guild Quartermaster has the following items available for sale: All Members can purchase: * [[:oil-of-etherealness]] - 100 Gold * [[:potion-of-climbing]] - 50 Gold * [[:potion-of-delusion]] - 150 Gold * [[:potion-of-diminution]] - …