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Kazerabet's Keepsakes - Over 180 Magic Items and Artifacts for Al-Qadim and Forgotten Realms Campaigns

Kazerabet's Keepsakes - Over 180 Magic Items and Artifacts for Al-Qadim and Forgotten Realms Campaigns


From the creators of the best-selling Campaign Guide: Zakhara - Adventures in the Land of Fate!

Delve into the archives of the dreaded Necromancer Queen Kazerabet herself and discover over 180 magical items and artifacts hailing from fabled Zakhara, the Land of Fate! Whether you are seeking themed items for an Al-Qadim game, another campaign based off the Arabian Nights, or just looking for new goodies for your 5e game, Kazerabet’s Keepsakes has what you need!

Featuring every magical item officially published in Al-Qadim game materials and magazine articles, as well as material from the Complete Necromancer’s Handbook, converted and updated for the fifth edition of the world’s greatest roleplaying game.

Kazerabet’s Keepsakes also includes common equipment appropriate for such a campaign and Zakharan names for previously published items.

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Adam M September 07, 2021 2:00 pm UTC
Are there any plans to include magic items of common rarity? Small, fun items similar to the Cloak of Billowing or Staff of Birdcalls. I'd love to play around with Zakharan trinkets!
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GM Lent X September 10, 2021 10:14 am UTC
Hi, Adam! Thanks for your interest.

The focus of this book was converting items from 2nd (and in a couple of cases, 3rd) Edition material; the couple of new items came from our adventure Midnight in the City of Brass and our Campaign Guide. At this time, we don't have any plans to do a Trinkets book or anything similar, though I agree that sounds like a great idea!

Maybe you could write one up?!
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J. Kristian A May 26, 2021 8:02 pm UTC
This is a fantastic book that fills many of the conversion gaps from the Campaign Guide. A must for any serious al-Qadim DM. Any chance for a POD for this product? Now waiting for the conversion of Zakharan spells. With those done, the 5E conversion would be complete.
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GM Lent X September 10, 2021 10:26 am UTC
Thanks for the kind words!

1. PoD is unlikely at this time, unfortunately. We are open to the idea (and I'd love to have a copy on my own bookshelf, of course!) but right now there are no plans for such an option.

2. Right now we are not working on a spell conversion book, due to a couple of factors. For one, a few AQ spells have already seen publication in official sources, and for two, there are several Zakhara/Al-Qadim product by others available at this time, and we wanted to minimize overlap with those products in our own.

We have released a short book on elemental wizards that includes officially published spells organized into elemental spell lists, and we will update that product as new relevant spells are published.
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Jeremy E April 22, 2021 11:56 am UTC
Are there any plans (I know, probably not) to make this a part of the "Campaign Guide: Zakhara" book so it can all be together? It would be nice to not have a book and then a separate pdf to have to reference. Thanks for making them though!
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GM Lent X April 22, 2021 1:46 pm UTC
Hi, Jeremy! Thanks for your interest.

Unfortunately, the answer to your question is no.

We had a magic item section in the Campaign Guide initially, but unlike with the monsters it was really tough to narrow the list down, and including them all just made the files and the book unwieldy. So we left in the item we felt was most distinctive and important - the items of concealed wizardry (renamed items of concealed sorcery in our book), and shifted the rest to a separate book that could focus on them.

Plus, unlike the Campaign Guide, Kazerabet's Keepsakes has a more modern look and is in full color, which is nice.
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Jeremy E April 23, 2021 1:13 am UTC
Ok-thank you for the reply. I'm going to pick up both-I just wanted to double check.
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