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Ghesh's Guide to Making Things - A System for Crafting and Modifying Equipment in 5th Edition D&D

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Craft legendary weapons and armor!

Ghesh's Guide to Making Things is a crafting and modification system designed to complement the 5th Edition rulesystem. The kobold inventor, Ghesh Fizzlebang, is an enigmatic character of some renown, known for his rather explosive ways of improving the equipment of his fellow adventurers. Though his background may cause some raised eyebrows as to the validity of his craft, Ghesh has thoroughly tested all of his inventions for imperfections before releasing it to the world—as is evident by the burns he's received and fingers he's lost. 

In this supplement you will find:

  • Guidelines on crafting every weapon and set of armor appearing in the Player's Handbook
  • Additional materials you can add to weapons and armor to grant them new, foe-crushing effects. Examples include adamantine, azurite, and cold iron. 
  • 90 modifications you can add to your equipment, such as the finned, glamoured, and hardened modifications for armor and the beast singer, uppercut, and lucky modifications for weapons. 
  • A system for using bombs and grenades, including special bombmaker's tools.
  • A new weapon: the grenade launcher
  • Over 20 unique bombs and grenades. Examples include the binding bomb, ram rockets, and the vortex grenade. 

With this supplement in hand, you can tailor your equipment to fit your character as they grow more powerful. The family greatsword you inherited can follow you from 1st to 20th level, growing in power as you enhance it using modifications and additional materials. The chain mail you found in an ancient dwelling can be improved to new levels of quality, elevating it from simple, protective steel to a legendary set of armor infused with arcane might. 

Every table can benefit from Ghesh's Guide to Making Things. Just don't tell Ghesh that. It'll go straight to his head and the last thing we need is a kobold with a superiority complex. 

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Jeffrey L November 17, 2019 7:53 pm UTC
Anne, Would you be interested in having this converted to a Fantasy Grounds module? If so we can talk details. I have several conversions for sale if you want to see my quality. Most recently I produced the Hamunds Harvesting Handbook series by Jeffrey Yang and have done work for M.T. Black, Heath Harris and Jeremy Forbing. I would be most interested in converting this for use on the Fantasy Grounds virtual tabletop. If you wish I can be most easily reached at lovins.jeffrey@gmail.com or at facebook. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010067569617
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Anne G November 18, 2019 6:23 pm UTC
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Hi Jeffrey! This title has unfortunately already been converted to Fantasy Grounds. Otherwise I would be interested!
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Alejandro B November 14, 2019 3:55 pm UTC
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Hello, i have to say i am very interested in buying your book, but i have a question before buying....how do you balance this crafted items with the current items in the scales of rarity of magic items (uncommon, rare, etc)?, thanks and keep going with this projects :)
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Anne G November 15, 2019 9:38 am UTC
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Many of the modifications are made to replace the some of the magic items found in the DMG or other places. Generally, the rarity of magic items and the quality of equipment can be set up like this:

Common/Uncommon - Basic
Uncommon/Rare - Intermediate
Very Rare - Advanced
Legendary - Masterwork

Hope this helps!
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Mark O November 08, 2019 10:41 am UTC
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My party and I are enjoying this very so much its a work of art. While were discussing it a question arose: How do we determine the quality of a set of robes and how many upgrades it would be able to hold?
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Anne G November 08, 2019 7:19 pm UTC
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A set of robes function just as any other set of armor would (even if it isn't technically armor). Since robes are simply clothes, I suggest using traveler's clothes to figure out the basic price of the robe. Or perhaps fine clothes if your wizard or monk is feeling fancy :)
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Cameron P October 23, 2019 1:20 pm UTC
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Question regarding the wording for part of the description of Brutal upgrades:

"When you roll ... on any damage dice for this weapon, you may reroll the dice and must keep the second result."

This differs from the wording of the Great Weapon Fighting fighting style in that it specifies "dice" over "die"... For clarity, is this intentional? That you would choose on *any* rolled 1s to reroll EVERY damage die at once, taking the new result? Or is it meant to be read similarly to GWF, considering each damage die separately?
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Raymond K October 23, 2019 2:00 pm UTC
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Definitely looks more like the wording used on Savage Attacker, but you don't get to choose between them you must take the second roll.
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Anne G October 23, 2019 3:02 pm UTC
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Raymond's got it. Sorry for the confusion!
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Cameron P October 23, 2019 3:07 pm UTC
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No, it's alright! Thanks, Raymond, I knew there was another feature that was similar but I couldn't remember what it was off the top of my head. And I was just making sure I was reading it properly, according to the way it's meant to be interpreted!
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Brandon T October 22, 2019 2:31 am UTC
In the Sample File (not sure of the full pdf), under Weapon Tiers on page 7 the paragraph and chart are the Armor chart duplicated. Really liking what I see so far though.
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Drew F October 21, 2019 9:28 pm UTC
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This is great! I was planning on making a crafting system for my home group using your Monster Loot books, but now I'm definitely incorporating this into it.
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T.J. B October 21, 2019 9:22 pm UTC
I think you want "complement" instead of "compliment" in the product description. Well, unless there's a lot of raving about how much Ghesh likes 5e
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