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The Loot Goblin's Guide to Phandelver and Below: The Shattered Obelisk

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Strange monsters lurk around every corner, waiting to pounce. Unearthly powers seep into your body. The entire Material Plane may be in jeopardy...

But what about the loot? Half of the fun in playing D&D is getting fun loot!

This guide contains individual loot tables for each monster introduced in the Phandelver and Below: The Shattered Obelisk module, along with a simple method of determining what loot is received. Some enemies give usable items, while others provide raw materials that can be crafted into new or existing magic items.

Now you as DM can quickly respond to your favorite Loot Goblin's battle cry - "I want to loot the body!"

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