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Zendrick's Common Magic Items - 100 New Items for D&D 5th Edition
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Zendrick's Common Magic Items - 100 New Items for D&D 5th Edition

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Do you love the common magic items from Xanathar's Guide to Everything? Do you wish there were more to choose from because your desire for silly and situational magic is insatiable? Do you have about 3 bucks to spare?

Well, with the help of High Wizard Zendrick, I present 100 new common magic items to bring to your table. Complete with illustrations and certified by a magus of the High Court of Dinterall, it's the perfect companion for a budding wizard or thrill-seeking adventurer.

Includes:

  • 10 pages of magic items, including weapons, armor, clothing, wands, and more.
  • Item illustrations on (nearly) every page.
  • Percentage tables for awarding random items to your players.
  • Full-color and printer-friendly versions so you can read it on a screen or print it for your games.
  • Coffee-stained pages so you know how much work went into it.
 
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December 9th, 2018
The idea of a common magic item (as introduced in Xanathar's Guide) is that it's a mostly cosmetic item (or something that just makes your player go "oh, that's neat") and this book is chock full of them. As far as I can see, there's no balan [...]
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December 5th, 2018
Eric has a great mind for D&D magic items, he's made an amazing array of playable, fun and interesting items that I'm going to be instantly implementing into my games in the future. This is incredibly worthwhile and I encourage any DM or player who [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on December 05, 2018.