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Krinkle Firetouch’s Guide to Magic Items: Volume II


Krinkle Firetouch is back with a new guide to magic items originally created for the D8 Night Podcast campaign.

In classic Krinkle fashion, you will find your fill of magic items that range from serious to silly alongside Krinkle’s own color commentary. There are of course a few magic weapons, but a magic outhouse, gem juicer, and even a loaf of many sandwiches as well. Like all of Krinkle’s arcane creations, the items in this guide are far from predictable.

The guide also includes rules for items that attune to a party as well as a few examples (Gerry and Jenny’s Gem and Junk Juicer, Fresnel, and a Spell Squirrel).

Finally, the guide includes 3 magic items sets with set bonuses that unlock as more items in the set are found. These sets include: The Gear of Mechanus, the Inventor’s Kit, and the Trappings of the Huntress.

Magic items in this volume:

Beeswax Candle
Bellicose Bracers
Blackwood Bow
Bow of the Twist Limb Grove (+ a new 3rd level spell infection)
Box of Booming
Box of Many Candles
Cape of the Monte Cristo
Crimpy Elderweasel’s Door of Privacy
Foebearer (with a random table of 10 souls that might be in the sword when it is found)
Fresnel (with relevant statblock)
Gerry and Jenny’s Gem and Junk Juicer
Gloves of Icewind
Loaf of Many Sandwiches
Mirror of True Reflection
Necklace of Bee Beads (with 4 bead types)
Potion of Truesight
Sweazelbeak Stoneshiner’s Hat of Uncertain Fortune
Sweazelbeak Stoneshiner’s Pocket Privy
Magic Mel’s Bottomless Hole
Spell Squirrel
Suggestive Stockings
Sword of Losing
Trixy’s Magic Manor
Twin Fates Pendant

Items from magic item sets that can be used as parts of sets or individually:

Inventor’s Kit:
Clockwork Sketchbook (Bronze Scout, Iron Cobra, Stone Defender, Oaken Bolter)
Eureka Bulb
Pocket of Necessity
Thinking Cap
Grease Gun

Gear of Mechanus:

Armor of Attraction
Inevitable Cog
Mallet of Magnetism
Modronic Uncertainty Inhibitor
Wings of Nirvana

Trappings of the Huntress:

Arboreal Sash
Beastlands Bandana
Brightwater Boots
Mask of the Pridelands
Quarry’s Bane


This is a follow up to Krinkle Firetouch’s Guide to Magic Items Volume I and I have other Krinkle Firetouch’s guides to more specialized items like maps and bags online and in the works. This guide encompasses the items I wrote for my homebrew campaign since around this time last year. Be sure to check out all of those guides and all of my other DM’s Guild titles:


I’ve done my best to balance the items and make the wording for the effects clear by matching the wording conventions of the DMG and PHB when possible. That being said, I wrote this guide by myself based off my homebrew notes and this is the first version. All the folks I would usually ask to edit the text are players in my homebrew campaigns and some of the items in this edition have yet to be doled out, so I was unable to get much feedback on the wording for the items that haven’t been introduced yet. Some of the items have been play tested in my campaign, but others have yet to surface, so I am certain that there are some errors that will be addressed in version 2. Feel free to add to the discussion here or contact me about your favorite items, stories about how the items worked (or didn’t work) in your own campaign, wording questions, revision suggestions, or other comments.

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