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Find new powerful magic, and mysterious and terrible objects lurking within Vault of Magic!

Through this supplement, you can expand and enrich your Dungeons & Dragons world.

In Vault of Magic you will discover:

- 55 new magical items

- 16 new spells

- more than 40 stock art pieces

- a top-level layout

- a hypertext index, to quickly find what you need

- summary tables of magical objects, divided by rarity


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Vault of Magic 1.1 is Now available, with some typos fixed.

 
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Mario R September 17, 2019 2:28 pm UTC
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I really love the art, and there are new cool spells that i can use with my bad guys against my players, and the new items are good i like them, but i still think that you should write in the spell descriptio which class can use it
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Marco B September 17, 2019 2:34 pm UTC
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Ty very much! Ty for the suggestion, but I prefer follow the official books style
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C… S September 17, 2019 5:26 am UTC
O wow. Even just from the preview I can find several problems with this product that deter me from buying it.

• The 'Armor of Blending' is basically a worse version of Glamoured Studded Leather, since the AoB requires attunement and GSL does not. The DM could easily just turn the GSL into another type of armour if needed.
• The 'Armor of No Encumbrance' does nothing that should require attunement. It's just +1 armour with a ribbon effect (Imean who tracks encumbrance anyway?).
• Why would a creature be unwilling to accept the effect of Revenance? It's purely beneficial. Also, it should confer immunity to turning as well as being frightened. Alternatively, for a 3rd-level spell that only confers immunity to fright, I'd expect it to work on any creature rather than just undead.
• The Shadow Armor spell's description needn't be so long. Instead of "a shadow with the same hit points[…]and attacks described for the creature in the Monster Manual", just use "(the...See more
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christian B September 12, 2019 11:59 pm UTC
Armor of No Encumbrance should be at least Rare.
It's +1 Armor (rare) and has additional benefits... kind of a straight upgrade over +1 Armor, for cheaper.

Oversight or design choice?
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Marco Giulio F September 13, 2019 9:53 am UTC
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Hi Christian,

it's clearly an oversight. Our intentions was to make it rare. We'll change it in a next errata. In the meantime, fell free to consider it a rare item, or a very rare if you think its additional power is very important in your campaign
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Marco B September 11, 2019 2:36 pm UTC
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You can write to me to marcuswallace@hotmail.it or facebook, what's the problem?
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ADAM D September 11, 2019 5:48 pm UTC
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"Call for the Woods" is listed as a "2st-level transmutation ritual".
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ADAM D September 11, 2019 1:46 pm UTC
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Didn't see any other way to contact, but "Call for the Woods" is listed as a "2st-level transmutation ritual".
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