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Magical Things of Eberron


Eberron! World of intrigue, excitement, and MAGIC!

Eberron is a world saturated with magic. From making toast to slaying dragons, magic -- and magic items -- are there to help people cope with daily life. 

Designed for use with Wayfinder's Guide to Eberron, Magical Items of Eberron is one of R P Davis's series of products which update spells and magic items from previous editions for 5th Edition. Magical Items of Eberron contains magic items of interest to adventurers, including weapons and potions, as well as optional rules for crafting your own magic items in Eberron.

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Eric I June 04, 2020 7:20 pm UTC
A lot of the items here reference things that don't exist in Eberron in 5th edition anymore, as well as some rules that do not work at all with the changes from Rising from the Last War. Greater dragonmarks no longer exist for example. In 5th edition, the mark of scribing doesn't have the whispering wind ability, and the vigilant guardian ability has to use its reaction to work with the changes in Rising from the Last War, not its bonus action. The items in here are cool, but it doesn't work with Rising from the Last War, in case anyone has that and not Wayfarer's guide.
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ROBERT D June 04, 2020 7:39 pm UTC
Hello, Eric!

I wrote this well before Rising came out, and I haven't updated my work to match what came after. Thank you for inspiring me to do that!
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Eric I June 09, 2020 2:26 am UTC
Glad to hear it! It's a great supplement, I was just disappointed it didn't work with Rising from the Last War.
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Shane Y August 08, 2018 3:23 pm UTC
This is a great list, the rarities seem a bit skewed though. Compared to the rarities of normal wands, Eternal wands seem like they should be one level lower given you can upcast with normal wands and they hold more charges (though with a slower recharge rate).
And talent shards don't seem like common items, advantage to skill checks seems to more often be the realm of uncommon items.
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ROBERT D August 08, 2018 5:35 pm UTC
First, thanks for buying!

Second, I'd agree with you wholeheartedly if we weren't talking about Eberron. For me, Eberron is so magic-rich that the "normal" 5e assumptions about magic-item rarity go sideways. For example, in Faerun -- the default 5e setting -- the assumption is that nobody's making magic dinguses anymore; rarity is a completely different thing there. Even a +1 dagger is something most characters will never possess. In Eberron, a +1 dagger is "Meh, throw it in the bag of holding."

That said, I appreciate your feedback. I'll reexamine the work and see if it's a good idea to shift the entire rarity concept in a different direction! :)
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