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18 Cursed Magic Items


Mentioned on The Tome Show podcast, on The Kind DM blog and Tom & Drew's Magic Item Review!

A Fantasy Grounds .mod file is now available at checkout.

This work includes descriptions of eighteen cursed items ranging from trinkets to magical weapons and armor.  Some are just fun little additions to your campaign, while others could be a hindrance to your adventuring party.

Every once in a while, it’s fun to have your adventurers come across a cursed item.  Perhaps one is found in a treasure trove, on a rotting body, sitting on a dusty shelf in a merchants shop, or found lying in the road.  Cursed items can add a lot of fun to the adventure, change the characters actions, or foil a plan.

Included: Bag of Not-So Holding, The Gibberish Amulet, Beauty of My Eye, Boots of the Swamp, Sheepskin Boots, The Key to Something, The Magic Magnifier, My Little Teacup, and more!

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david S July 13, 2016 10:15 pm UTC
I purchased this based on James' review / recommendation on the Tome Show podcast--it is completely fantastic--very clever & includes funny asides by Jeff. I am going to use it in my D&D Encounter Ravenlot campaign to add little more choas to the Devil Strahd's domain!
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This title was added to our catalog on July 10, 2016.