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Items for Social Encounters (5e)

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Items for Social Encounters (5e)

Combat, exploration and social interaction are the three pillars of adventure, but have not always been equally represented in magic item tables. This supplement contains 51 listings of items for social encounters to redress the balance.

Reasons to take a look inside:

  • Have you ever spoken a little too soon and instantly regretted your choice of words? Get hold of the Halter of Loose Lips for the filter your mother wished she'd raised you with!
  • Is the obviously evil chancellor schmoozing his way through the kingdom right under your nose? It's time for the Wand of Flatulence! It may not stop him, but it's the little things that make adventuring worth the cost.
  • Tired of hearing the Priestess of Lolth monologue? The Wand of Stilled Voices will let her keep going in her head, while sparing the rest of us.
  • Need more dance in your adventure? The Terpsichorean Tiara rewards you for dancing your way through life, as if that wasn't already its own reward.
  • Does your mind race with the possibilities of unlimited fertilizer? Truly, what problem can't be solved!? The Farmer's Friend is your friend too!
  • Have you ever wondered what it'd be like to get in your companions' heads? Try the Elixir of Common Mind if that's an idiom, or the Potion of Headswapping if it's literal.
  • Do you spend hours caring for your hair, wondering if it would ever return the favor? Time to find out with the Comb of Awakening!
  • Has your company been spurned just because you carry the aroma of a well-travelled adventurer? Time to don the Headpiece of Perfumes (or, you know... take a bath)!
  • Do you need to fight bats, fall prone, navigate canals and come home to a warm meal? The Duck of Many Things is here to serve!
  • Was Curse of Strahd too tame for you? Are you prepared for a truly horrific experience? Experience this pdf's formatting and weep!

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March 24th, 2018
As a DM I am tasked to interact with my players in ways other than dropping rocks on their characters and hitting them with crazy monsters who want nothing better than to eat their souls. I need to roleplay with them. I enjoy doing that however it beco [...]
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February 18th, 2018
This suppleent contains a number of creative, compelling, and outright hilarious magic items. Some of the items wold fit just fine in any style of campaign play, while more than a few fall into the "downright silly" category, though even thos [...]
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