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Spellcasting Reagents

Spellcasting Reagents

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As the party dumped out the contents of the lich's pouch, they searched greedily for gold and gems. You quietly pocket the slimy odds and ends they cast aside; a withered piece of tongue, a cracked piece of horn, and a large, inhuman eyeball.

Spellcasting Reagents are rare materials and substances found in the world that enhance the powers of some spells. They are intended to be used as a sort of lesser category of magic item, useful to spellcasters that want more options or that have a little too much gold. The DM can feel free to sprinkle a handful of these reagents into the player's path as a reward, without fear of unbalancing the game.

4E D&D introduced a new kind of magic item in the Adventurer's Vault I & II: Reagents. I personally think they're fun, low impact addition to the game. Here I have included 8 reagents, most of them updates of some of the 4E versions. Let me know what you think!

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September 13th, 2017
This could form a great introduction for those wishing to expand on spell casting by using reagents. Well Done! [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on August 07, 2017.