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EDIT: And none with the Monk trait, either. My dreams of an Ulfen hatchet Monk, dashed. I think you can get a monk axe with Ancestral Weaponry + the Hand Adze. Unfortunately, you can't be Adopted by Grippli so I am not sure how to get that with a human. Ancestral Weaponry requires access to all weapons with the ancestral trait. AUC.register('auc_MessageboardPostRowDisplay'); AjaxBusy.register('masked', 'busy', 'auc_MessageboardPostRowDisplay', null, null) Ly'ualdre Jul 5, 2022, 02:37 pm 2 people marked this as a favorite. Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber I doubt this is going to be in here, but I figured a book on items and treasure was best place to will this into existance: I suddenly and desperately desire a Stasian Lute/Guitar. This may of may not be directly influenced by a certain legendary Bard from Stranger Things.




Treasure Vault.pdf



In case it hasn't been asked (but likely too late because of print deadlines), please-please, please put in some random loot tables! This will save GM's a ton of time when making a treasure hoard for the players because it is currently so time consuming to pour through a half-dozen books to give out varied loot.


You could collate all prior published treasure along with the new treasure into d100 tables, broken up by type/rarity (ex. armor/uncommon), and adjust the percentages as evenly as possible (by default). This has already been done in the Gamemastery Guide (page, 114) for gems and art items, and by the gods it would be useful for all the other rewards under the sun. Heck I would pay top dollar for just a PDF of the tables that is form-fillable (for adjusting %'s and/or omitting items) that is updated with newly published items. A boy can dream, thanks.


You could collate all prior published treasure along with the new treasure into d100 tables, broken up by type/rarity (ex. armor/uncommon), and adjust the percentages as evenly as possible (by default). This has already been done in the Gamemastery Guide (page, 114) for gems and art items, and by the gods it would be useful for all the other rewards under the sun. Heck I would pay top dollar for just a PDF of the tables that is form-fillable (for adjusting %'s and/or omitting items) that is updated with newly published items. A boy can dream, thanks. I believe there is already a fan-made tool online for it. I think if you asked on reddit you will get the link. AUC.register('auc_MessageboardPostRowDisplay'); AjaxBusy.register('masked', 'busy', 'auc_MessageboardPostRowDisplay', null, null) TRDG Oct 26, 2022, 02:00 am I'd like an official one myself to please!!!


The topic is lovely, filthy, glorious treasure and its many strange vaults and hiding places. The discussions provide details of famous vaults in the Wastes and elsewhere, plus the equipment and magic of Perunalia (archers, take note!), 11 magic staves suitable for handing out to either villains or heroes as the mood strikes you, and the Darkest Vaults of the Great Maze itself (shudder!). Give your everyone ordinary dungeon and its loot a serious upgrade with Warlock: Treasure Vaults!


Created by a former broadcast network news producer, the "Inside the Vaults" video shorts series presents "behind the scenes" exclusives and offer surprising glimpses of the National Archives treasures. These videos are in the public domain and not subject to any copyright restrictions. The National Archives encourages the free distribution of them.


Pathfinder rpg treasure vault p2 pdf: Hello friends, in this blog we are going to talk about the upcoming book of pathfinder game Pathfinder Rpg Treasure Vault P2 that is going to be published on March 7, 2023.


Run riot over Waterdeep with this collection of five low prep/no prep "Pick up and play" heist adventures, along with six hand drawn, full color detailed battle maps, one full color hand drawn dungeon maze map, and a player handout treasure map. (Scroll on down for some art samples!)


Caverns of the Sunken Queen: The Sea Goddess Umberlee demands tribute from all who sail her harbors....which means there's a nice cache of gold in underwater caverns, just waiting for a thief bold enough to steal the tithe of a god. This adventure contains a player handout treasure map, an underwater cavern dungeon maze map (one keyed for DM use, another blank for player exploration) and a "boss fight" battle map. (The battlemap has a gridded, non-gridded, and a version outputted to print on two 11 by 17 pieces of paper) 041b061a72


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