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Announcing the “Classics Return” Blog Carnival

I have a way of dropping myself into the deep end of D&D projects, from the UK D&D Tweetups, to the Island of Dread fan gazetteer i’m working on. What started as an idea for a mage school for lycanthropes evolved into some Ravenloft character options, and from there, the idea for a blog carnival. …

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Art Objects

The second part of Rich Greens article… Art Objects Art objects are listed at 250 gp, 1,500 gp, 2,500 gp, 7,500 gp, 15,000 gp and 50,000 gp values. As with the gems, some of the items below are worth less or more than these values – in these cases, two or three items have been …

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Lighting up the World

Torches, all adventurers carry them, a few even have DM’s who force them to keep track of who is using them, but other than being an item in your adventurers toolkit, now one really gives them any thought. Except maybe dwarves. Dwarves have to rely on these inexpensive methods of lighting their great mining complexes …

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Glittering Prizes

Todays guest post is from Rich Green, renowned for his work on 4e monsters for Open Design. I’ve split it in 2, so the next part, covering art objects will be published on the 31st. Glittering Prizes: 4e treasure made more memorable by Richard Green, At the Sign of the Green Man (richgreen01.livejournal.com)   The …

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Berymar Dragonbane

Berymar Dragonbane Stats

Berymar Dragonbane is an enigma, tucked away in a back alley of Fallcrest, and rarely seen to leave the hovel, the collection of barrels and boxes, and shreds of fabric that he calls his shop. And yet, he has to hand a variety of mundane and magical items that demonstrate the wealth and contacts that …

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Antiquity Seeker Theme

The following is a Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition theme, taking inspiration from Tomb Raider and Indiana Jones. Antiquity Seeker While all adventurers seek out treasure, and thieves and rogues sneak around stealing from peoples pockets and disabling traps. But there are a few heroes who do not simply kill and pillage, and instead take …

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The Bones of Orcus


The cacophony of noise seemed somehow to be more deafening because the battle was raging at night. The clash of blades and the anguished screams of pain filled the air, as the adventurers hacked their way through zombies, skeletons and wraiths to get closer to their goal: Orcus. Eventually the avdenturers and their henchman got …

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Berymar’s Bazaar

Situated off the main market square, beyond the gypsy peddlers and the halfling fire ale merchants drunk on their own wares, is a dirty, decrepit stall, one side always looking like it’s about to collapse. In front of it sit’s a old, battered and scarred dwarf, with a shock of bright red hair. Getting closer …

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The Key of Neverwinter

I’m pleased to welcome @Brindy, one of Scotlands finest D&D players to the Got Loot blogfest. I’ve had the pleasure of gaming with Brindy, and you should definately check out the work he’s done to take iPlay4e into a proper iOS app. Without further ado, I’ll let Brindy present to you… The Key of Neverwinter …

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Treasures of the Wild

Mention treasure to an RPG player, and their eyes gloss other with the image of heaps of glimmering gold coins, interspersed with shining precious jewels. They will imagine the latest weapon or armour to improve their characters abilities, enhancing and supporting their role within the party. But as the inaugural post in the Got Loot …

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