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Copper (cp)$0.02Common coins come in several different denominations based on the relative worth of the metal from which they are made. The three most common coins are the gold piece (gp), the silver piece (sp), and the copper piece (cp).

With one gold piece, a character can buy a belt pouch, 50 feet of good rope, or a goat. A skilled (but not exceptional) artisan can earn one gold piece a day. The gold piece is the standard unit of measure for wealth, even if the coin itself is not commonly used. When merchants discuss deals that involve goods or services worth hundreds or thousands of gold pieces, the transactions don't usually involve the exchange of individual coins. Rather, the gold piece is a standard measure of value, and the actual exchange is in gold bars, letters of credit, or valuable goods.

One gold piece is worth ten silver pieces, the most prevalent coin among commoners. A silver piece buys a laborer's work for a day, a flask of lamp oil, or a night's rest in a poor inn.

One silver piece is worth ten copper pieces, which are common among laborers and beggars. A single copper piece buys a candle, a torch, or a piece of chalk.

In addition, unusual coins made of other precious metals sometimes appear in treasure hoards. The electrum piece (ep) and the platinum piece (pp) originate from fallen empires and lost kingdoms, and they sometimes arouse suspicion and skepticism when used in transactions. An electrum piece is worth five silver pieces, and a platinum piece is worth ten gold pieces.

A standard coin weighs about a third of an ounce, so fifty coins weigh a pound.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 143
Electrum (ep)$0.02Common coins come in several different denominations based on the relative worth of the metal from which they are made. The three most common coins are the gold piece (gp), the silver piece (sp), and the copper piece (cp).

With one gold piece, a character can buy a belt pouch, 50 feet of good rope, or a goat. A skilled (but not exceptional) artisan can earn one gold piece a day. The gold piece is the standard unit of measure for wealth, even if the coin itself is not commonly used. When merchants discuss deals that involve goods or services worth hundreds or thousands of gold pieces, the transactions don't usually involve the exchange of individual coins. Rather, the gold piece is a standard measure of value, and the actual exchange is in gold bars, letters of credit, or valuable goods.

One gold piece is worth ten silver pieces, the most prevalent coin among commoners. A silver piece buys a laborer's work for a day, a flask of lamp oil, or a night's rest in a poor inn.

One silver piece is worth ten copper pieces, which are common among laborers and beggars. A single copper piece buys a candle, a torch, or a piece of chalk.

In addition, unusual coins made of other precious metals sometimes appear in treasure hoards. The electrum piece (ep) and the platinum piece (pp) originate from fallen empires and lost kingdoms, and they sometimes arouse suspicion and skepticism when used in transactions. An electrum piece is worth five silver pieces, and a platinum piece is worth ten gold pieces.

A standard coin weighs about a third of an ounce, so fifty coins weigh a pound.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 143
Gold (gp)$0.02Common coins come in several different denominations based on the relative worth of the metal from which they are made. The three most common coins are the gold piece (gp), the silver piece (sp), and the copper piece (cp).

With one gold piece, a character can buy a belt pouch, 50 feet of good rope, or a goat. A skilled (but not exceptional) artisan can earn one gold piece a day. The gold piece is the standard unit of measure for wealth, even if the coin itself is not commonly used. When merchants discuss deals that involve goods or services worth hundreds or thousands of gold pieces, the transactions don't usually involve the exchange of individual coins. Rather, the gold piece is a standard measure of value, and the actual exchange is in gold bars, letters of credit, or valuable goods.

One gold piece is worth ten silver pieces, the most prevalent coin among commoners. A silver piece buys a laborer's work for a day, a flask of lamp oil, or a night's rest in a poor inn.

One silver piece is worth ten copper pieces, which are common among laborers and beggars. A single copper piece buys a candle, a torch, or a piece of chalk.

In addition, unusual coins made of other precious metals sometimes appear in treasure hoards. The electrum piece (ep) and the platinum piece (pp) originate from fallen empires and lost kingdoms, and they sometimes arouse suspicion and skepticism when used in transactions. An electrum piece is worth five silver pieces, and a platinum piece is worth ten gold pieces.

A standard coin weighs about a third of an ounce, so fifty coins weigh a pound.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 143
Platinum (pp)$0.02Common coins come in several different denominations based on the relative worth of the metal from which they are made. The three most common coins are the gold piece (gp), the silver piece (sp), and the copper piece (cp).

With one gold piece, a character can buy a belt pouch, 50 feet of good rope, or a goat. A skilled (but not exceptional) artisan can earn one gold piece a day. The gold piece is the standard unit of measure for wealth, even if the coin itself is not commonly used. When merchants discuss deals that involve goods or services worth hundreds or thousands of gold pieces, the transactions don't usually involve the exchange of individual coins. Rather, the gold piece is a standard measure of value, and the actual exchange is in gold bars, letters of credit, or valuable goods.

One gold piece is worth ten silver pieces, the most prevalent coin among commoners. A silver piece buys a laborer's work for a day, a flask of lamp oil, or a night's rest in a poor inn.

One silver piece is worth ten copper pieces, which are common among laborers and beggars. A single copper piece buys a candle, a torch, or a piece of chalk.

In addition, unusual coins made of other precious metals sometimes appear in treasure hoards. The electrum piece (ep) and the platinum piece (pp) originate from fallen empires and lost kingdoms, and they sometimes arouse suspicion and skepticism when used in transactions. An electrum piece is worth five silver pieces, and a platinum piece is worth ten gold pieces.

A standard coin weighs about a third of an ounce, so fifty coins weigh a pound.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 143
Silver (sp)$0.02Common coins come in several different denominations based on the relative worth of the metal from which they are made. The three most common coins are the gold piece (gp), the silver piece (sp), and the copper piece (cp).

With one gold piece, a character can buy a belt pouch, 50 feet of good rope, or a goat. A skilled (but not exceptional) artisan can earn one gold piece a day. The gold piece is the standard unit of measure for wealth, even if the coin itself is not commonly used. When merchants discuss deals that involve goods or services worth hundreds or thousands of gold pieces, the transactions don't usually involve the exchange of individual coins. Rather, the gold piece is a standard measure of value, and the actual exchange is in gold bars, letters of credit, or valuable goods.

One gold piece is worth ten silver pieces, the most prevalent coin among commoners. A silver piece buys a laborer's work for a day, a flask of lamp oil, or a night's rest in a poor inn.

One silver piece is worth ten copper pieces, which are common among laborers and beggars. A single copper piece buys a candle, a torch, or a piece of chalk.

In addition, unusual coins made of other precious metals sometimes appear in treasure hoards. The electrum piece (ep) and the platinum piece (pp) originate from fallen empires and lost kingdoms, and they sometimes arouse suspicion and skepticism when used in transactions. An electrum piece is worth five silver pieces, and a platinum piece is worth ten gold pieces.

A standard coin weighs about a third of an ounce, so fifty coins weigh a pound.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 143
ArrowsA0.05Ammunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Arrows (20)A1Ammunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Blowgun NeedlesA0.02Ammunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Blowgun Needles (50)A1Ammunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Crossbow BoltsA0.075Ammunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Crossbow Bolts (20)A1.5Ammunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Sling BulletsA0.075Ammunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Sling Bullets (20)A1.5Ammunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
AbacusG2Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Acid (vial)G1As an action, you can splash the contents of this vial onto a creature within 5 feet of you or throw the vial up to 20 feet, shattering it on impact. In either case, make a ranged attack against a creature or object, treating the acid as an improvised weapon. On a hit, the target takes 2d6 acid damage.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 148
Alchemist's Fire (flask)G1This sticky, adhesive fluid ignites when exposed to air. As an action, you can throw this flask up to 20 feet, shattering it on impact. Make a ranged attack against a creature or object, treating the alchemist's fire as an improvised weapon. On a hit, the target takes 1d4 fire damage at the start of each of its turns. A creature can end this damage by using its action to make a DC 10 Dexterity check to extinguish the flames.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 148
Alchemist's SuppliesG8These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
AntitoxinGA creature that drinks this vial of liquid gains advantage on saving throws against poison for 1 hour. It confers no benefit to undead or constructs.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
BackpackG5A backpack can hold one cubic foot or 30 pounds of gear. You can also strap items, such as a bedroll or a coil of rope, to the outside of a backpack.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
BagpipesG6If you have proficiency with a given musical instrument, you can add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to play music with the instrument.

A bard can use a musical instrument as a spellcasting focus, substituting it for any material component that does not list a cost.

Each type of musical instrument requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Ball BearingsG0.002As an action, you can spill these tiny metal balls from their pouch to cover a level area 10 feet square. A creature moving across the covered area must succeed on a DC 10 Dexterity saving throw or fall prone. A creature moving through the area at half speed doesn't need to make the saving throw.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
BarrelG70A barrel can hold 40 gallons of liquid or 4 cubic feet of solids.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Basic Poison (vial)GYou can use the poison in this vial to coat one slashing or piercing weapon or up to three pieces of ammunition. Applying the poison takes an action. A creature hit by the poisoned weapon or ammunition must make a DC 10 Constitution saving throw or take 1d4 poison damage. Once applied, the poison retains potency for 1 minute before drying.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
BasketG2A basket holds 2 cubic feet or 40 pounds of gear.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
BedrollG7Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
BellGSource: Player's Handbook, page 150
BlanketG3Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Block and TackleG5A set of pulleys with a cable threaded through them and a hook to attach to objects, a block and tackle allows you to hoist up to four times the weight you can normally lift.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
BookG5A book might contain poetry, historical accounts, information pertaining to a particular field of lore, diagrams and notes on gnomish contraptions, or just about anything else that can be represented using text or pictures. A book of spells is a spellbook (described later in this section).

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Brewer's SuppliesG9These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
BucketG2A bucket holds 3 gallons of liquid or 1/2 cubic foot of solids.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Bullseye LanternG2A bullseye lantern casts bright light in a 60-foot cone and dim light for an additional 60 feet. Once lit, it burns for 6 hours on a flask (1 pint) of oil.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 152
Burglar's PackG44.5Includes:

• a backpack

• a bag of 1,000 ball bearings

• 10 feet of string

• a bell

• 5 candles

• a crowbar

• a hammer

• 10 pitons

• a hooded lantern

• 2 flasks of oil

• 5 days rations

• a tinderbox

• a waterskin

• 50 feet of hempen rope

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Calligrapher's SuppliesG5These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
CaltropsG0.1As an action, you can spread a single bag of caltrops to cover a 5-foot-square area. Any creature that enters the area must succeed on a DC 15 Dexterity saving throw or stop moving and take 1 piercing damage. Until the creature regains at least 1 hit point, its walking speed is reduced by 10 feet. A creature moving through the area at half speed doesn't need to make the saving throw.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Caltrops (20)G2As an action, you can spread a single bag of caltrops to cover a 5-foot-square area. Any creature that enters the area must succeed on a DC 15 Dexterity saving throw or stop moving and take 1 piercing damage. Until the creature regains at least 1 hit point, its walking speed is reduced by 10 feet. A creature moving through the area at half speed doesn't need to make the saving throw.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
CandleGFor 1 hour, a candle sheds bright light in a 5-foot radius and dim light for an additional 5 feet.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Carpenter's ToolsG6These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Cartographer's ToolsG6These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Chain (10 feet)G10A chain has 10 hit points. It can be burst with a successful DC 20 Strength check.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Chalk (1 piece)GSource: Player's Handbook, page 150
ChestG25A chest holds 12 cubic feet or 300 pounds of gear.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Climber's KitG12These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Cobbler's ToolsG5These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Common ClothesG3Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Component PouchG2A component pouch is a small, watertight leather belt pouch that has compartments to hold all the material components and other special items you need to cast your spells, except for those components that have a specific cost (as indicated in a spell's description).

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Cook's UtensilsG8These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Costume ClothesG4Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Crossbow Bolt CaseG1This wooden case can hold up to twenty crossbow bolts.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
CrowbarG5Using a crowbar grants advantage to Strength checks where the crowbar's leverage can be applied.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
CrystalG1An arcane focus is a special item designed to channel the power of arcane spells. A sorcerer, warlock, or wizard can use such an item as a spellcasting focus, using it in place of any material component which does not list a cost.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Dice SetGIf you are proficient with a gaming set, you can add your proficiency bonus to ability checks you make to play a game with that set. Each type of gaming set requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Diplomat's PackG36Includes:

• a chest

• 2 cases for maps and scrolls

• a set of fine clothes

• a bottle of ink

• an ink pen

• a lamp

• 2 flasks of oil

• 5 sheets of paper

• a vial of perfume

• sealing wax

• soap.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Disguise KitG3This pouch of cosmetics, hair dye, and small props lets you create disguises that change your physical appearance. Proficiency with this kit lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to create a visual disguise.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Dragonchess SetG0.5If you are proficient with a gaming set, you can add your proficiency bonus to ability checks you make to play a game with that set. Each type of gaming set requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
DrumG3If you have proficiency with a given musical instrument, you can add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to play music with the instrument.

A bard can use a musical instrument as a spellcasting focus, substituting it for any material component that does not list a cost.

Each type of musical instrument requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
DulcimerG10If you have proficiency with a given musical instrument, you can add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to play music with the instrument.

A bard can use a musical instrument as a spellcasting focus, substituting it for any material component that does not list a cost.

Each type of musical instrument requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Dungeoneer's PackG61.5Includes:

• a backpack

• a crowbar

• a hammer

• 10 pitons

• 10 torches

• a tinderbox

• 10 days of rations

• a waterskin

• 50 feet of hempen rope

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Entertainer's PackG38Includes:

• a backpack

• a bedroll

• 2 costumes

• 5 candles

• 5 days of rations

• a waterskin

• a disguise kit.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Explorer's PackG59Includes:

• a backpack

• a bedroll

• a mess kit

• a tinderbox

• 10 torches

• 10 days of rations

• a waterskin

• 50 feet of hempen rope

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Fine ClothesG6Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Fishing TackleG4This kit includes a wooden rod, silken line, corkwood bobbers, steel hooks, lead sinkers, velvet lures, and narrow netting.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
FlaskG1A flask holds 1 pint of liquid.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
FluteG1If you have proficiency with a given musical instrument, you can add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to play music with the instrument.

A bard can use a musical instrument as a spellcasting focus, substituting it for any material component that does not list a cost.

Each type of musical instrument requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Forgery KitG5This small box contains a variety of papers and parchments, pens and inks, seals and sealing wax, gold and silver leaf, and other supplies necessary to create convincing forgeries of physical documents. Proficiency with this kit lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to create a physical forgery of a document.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Glass BottleG2A bottle holds 1 1/2 pints of liquid.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Glassblower's ToolsG5These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Grappling HookG4Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
HammerG3Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Healer's KitG3This kit is a leather pouch containing bandages, salves, and splints. The kit has ten uses. As an action, you can expend one use of the kit to stabilize a creature that has 0 hit points, without needing to make a Wisdom (Medicine) check.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Hempen Rope (50 feet)G10Rope, whether made of hemp or silk, has 2 hit points and can be burst with a DC 17 Strength check.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Herbalism KitG3This kit contains a variety of instruments such as clippers, mortar and pestle, and pouches and vials used by herbalists to create remedies and potions. Proficiency with this kit lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to identify or apply herbs. Also, proficiency with this kit is required to create antitoxin and potions of healing.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Holy Symbol (Amulet)G1A holy symbol is a representation of a god or pantheon

A cleric or paladin can use a holy symbol as a spellcasting focus, using it in place of any material components which do not list a cost. To use the symbol in this way, the caster must hold it in hand, wear it visibly, or bear it on a shield.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Holy Symbol (Emblem)GA holy symbol is a representation of a god or pantheon

A cleric or paladin can use a holy symbol as a spellcasting focus, using it in place of any material components which do not list a cost. To use the symbol in this way, the caster must hold it in hand, wear it visibly, or bear it on a shield.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Holy Symbol (Reliquary)G2A holy symbol is a representation of a god or pantheon

A cleric or paladin can use a holy symbol as a spellcasting focus, using it in place of any material components which do not list a cost. To use the symbol in this way, the caster must hold it in hand, wear it visibly, or bear it on a shield.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Holy Water (flask)G1As an action, you can splash the contents of this flask onto a creature within 5 feet of you or throw it up to 20 feet, shattering it on impact. In either case, make a ranged attack against a target creature, treating the holy water as an improvised weapon. If the target is a fiend or undead, it takes 2d6 radiant damage.\n\tA cleric or paladin may create holy water by performing a special ritual. The ritual takes 1 hour to perform, uses 25 gp worth of powdered silver, and requires the caster to expend a 1st-level spell slot.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Hooded LanternG2A hooded lantern casts bright light in a 30-foot radius and dim light for an additional 30 feet. Once lit, it burns for 6 hours on a flask (1 pint) of oil. As an action, you can lower the hood, reducing the light to dim light in a 5-foot radius.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 152
HornG2If you have proficiency with a given musical instrument, you can add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to play music with the instrument.

A bard can use a musical instrument as a spellcasting focus, substituting it for any material component that does not list a cost.

Each type of musical instrument requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
HourglassG1Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Hunting TrapG25When you use your action to set it, this trap forms a saw-toothed steel ring that snaps shut when a creature steps on a pressure plate in the center. The trap is affixed by a heavy chain to an immobile object, such as a tree or a spike driven into the ground. A creature that steps on the plate must succeed on a DC 13 Dexterity saving throw or take 1d4 piercing damage and stop moving. Thereafter, until the creature breaks free of the trap, its movement is limited by the length of the chain (typically 3 feet long). A creature can use its action to make a DC 13 Strength check, freeing itself or another creature within its reach on a success. Each failed check deals 1 piercing damage to the trapped creature.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 152
Ink (1 ounce bottle)GSource: Player's Handbook, page 150
Ink PenGSource: Player's Handbook, page 150
Iron PotG10An iron pot holds 1 gallon of liquid.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Iron SpikesG0.5Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Iron Spikes (10)G5Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Jeweler's ToolsG2These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
JugG4A jug holds 1 gallon of liquid.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Ladder (10-foot)G25Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
LampG1A lamp casts bright light in a 15-foot radius and dim light for an additional 30 feet. Once lit, it burns for 6 hours on a flask (1 pint) of oil.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 152
Leatherworker's ToolsG5These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
LockG1A key is provided with the lock. Without the key, a creature proficient with thieves' tools can pick this lock with a successful DC 15 Dexterity check. Your DM may decide that better locks are available for higher prices.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 152
LuteG2If you have proficiency with a given musical instrument, you can add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to play music with the instrument.

A bard can use a musical instrument as a spellcasting focus, substituting it for any material component that does not list a cost.

Each type of musical instrument requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
LyreG2If you have proficiency with a given musical instrument, you can add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to play music with the instrument.

A bard can use a musical instrument as a spellcasting focus, substituting it for any material component that does not list a cost.

Each type of musical instrument requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Magnifying GlassGThis lens allows a closer look at small objects. It is also useful as a substitute for flint and steel when starting fires. Lighting a fire with a magnifying glass requires light as bright as sunlight to focus, tinder to ignite, and about 5 minutes for the fire to ignite. A magnifying glass grants advantage on any ability check made to appraise or inspect an item that is small or highly detailed.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 152
ManaclesG6These metal restraints can bind a Small or Medium creature. Escaping the manacles requires a successful DC 20 Dexterity check. Breaking them requires a successful DC 20 Strength check. Each set of manacles comes with one key. Without the key, a creature proficient with thieves' tools can pick the manacles' lock with a successful DC 15 Dexterity check. Manacles have 15 hit points.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 152
Map or Scroll CaseG1This cylindrical leather case can hold up to ten rolled-up sheets of paper or five rolled-up sheets of parchment.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Mason's ToolsG8These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Merchant's ScaleG3A scale includes a small balance, pans, and a suitable assortment of weights up to 2 pounds. With it, you can measure the exact weight of small objects, such as raw precious metals or trade goods, to help determine their worth.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Mess KitG1This tin box contains a cup and simple cutlery. The box clamps together, and one side can be used as a cooking pan and the other as a plate or shallow bowl.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 152
Miner's PickG10Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Navigator's ToolsG2This set of instruments is used for navigation at sea. Proficiency with navigator's tools lets you chart a ship's course and follow navigation charts. In addition, these tools allow you to add your proficiency bonus to any ability check you make to avoid getting lost at sea.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Oil (flask)G1Oil usually comes in a clay flask that holds 1 pint. As an action, you can splash the oil in this flask onto a creature within 5 feet of you or throw it up to 20 feet, shattering it on impact. Make a ranged attack against a target creature or object, treating the oil as an improvised weapon. On a hit, the target is covered in oil. If the target takes any fire damage before the oil dries (after 1 minute), the target takes an additional 5 fire damage from the burning oil. You can also pour a flask of oil on the ground to cover a 5-foot-square area, provided that the surface is level. If lit, the oil burns for 2 rounds and deals 5 fire damage to any creature that enters the area or ends its turn in the area. A creature can take this damage only once per turn.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 152
OrbG3An arcane focus is a special item designed to channel the power of arcane spells. A sorcerer, warlock, or wizard can use such an item as a spellcasting focus, using it in place of any material component which does not list a cost.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Painter's SuppliesG5These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Pan FluteG2If you have proficiency with a given musical instrument, you can add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to play music with the instrument.

A bard can use a musical instrument as a spellcasting focus, substituting it for any material component that does not list a cost.

Each type of musical instrument requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Paper (one sheet)GSource: Player's Handbook, page 150
Parchment (one sheet)GSource: Player's Handbook, page 150
Perfume (vial)GSource: Player's Handbook, page 150
PitcherG4A pitcher holds 1 gallon of liquid.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
PitonG0.25Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Playing Card SetGIf you are proficient with a gaming set, you can add your proficiency bonus to ability checks you make to play a game with that set. Each type of gaming set requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Poisoner's KitG2A poisoner's kit includes the vials, chemicals, and other equipment necessary for the creation of poisons. Proficiency with this kit lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to craft or use poisons.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Pole (10-foot)G7Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Portable RamG35You can use a portable ram to break down doors. When doing so, you gain a +4 bonus on the Strength check. One other character can help you use the ram, giving you advantage on this check.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Potter's ToolsG3These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
PouchG1A cloth or leather pouch can hold up to 20 sling bullets or 50 blowgun needles, among other things. A compartmentalized pouch for holding spell components is called a component pouch. A pouch can hold up to 1/5 cubic foot or 6 pounds of gear.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Priest's PackG24Includes:

• a backpack

• a blanket

• 10 candles

• a tinderbox

• an alms box

• 2 blocks of incense

• a censer

• vestments

• 2 days of rations

• a waterskin.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
QuiverG1A quiver can hold up to 20 arrows.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Rations (1 day)G2Rations consist of dry foods suitable for extended travel, including jerky, dried fruit, hardtack, and nuts.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
RobesG4Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
RodG2An arcane focus is a special item designed to channel the power of arcane spells. A sorcerer, warlock, or wizard can use such an item as a spellcasting focus, using it in place of any material component which does not list a cost.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
SackG0.5A sack can hold up to 1 cubic foot or 30 pounds of gear.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Scholar's PackG10Includes:

• a backpack

• a book of lore

• a bottle of ink

• an ink pen

• 10 sheets of parchment

• a little bag of sand

• a small knife.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Sealing WaxGSource: Player's Handbook, page 150
ShawmG1If you have proficiency with a given musical instrument, you can add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to play music with the instrument.

A bard can use a musical instrument as a spellcasting focus, substituting it for any material component that does not list a cost.

Each type of musical instrument requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
ShovelG5Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Signal WhistleGSource: Player's Handbook, page 150
Signet RingGSource: Player's Handbook, page 150
Silk Rope (50 feet)G5Rope, whether made of hemp or silk, has 2 hit points and can be burst with a DC 17 Strength check.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Sledge HammerG10Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Smith's ToolsG8These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
SoapGSource: Player's Handbook, page 150
SpellbookG3Essential for wizards, a spellbook is a leather-bound tome with 100 blank vellum pages suitable for recording spells.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Sprig of MistletoeGA druid can use such a druidic focus as a spellcasting focus, using it in place of any material component that does not have a cost.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
SpyglassG1Objects viewed through a spyglass are magnified to twice their size.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
StaffG4An arcane focus is a special item designed to channel the power of arcane spells. A sorcerer, warlock, or wizard can use such an item as a spellcasting focus, using it in place of any material component which does not list a cost.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Steel MirrorG0.5Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
TankardGA tankard holds 1 pint of liquid.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Thieves' ToolsG1This set of tools includes a small file, a set of lock picks, a small mirror mounted on a metal handle, a set of narrow-bladed scissors, and a pair of pliers. Proficiency with these tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to disarm traps or open locks.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Three-Dragon Ante SetGIf you are proficient with a gaming set, you can add your proficiency bonus to ability checks you make to play a game with that set. Each type of gaming set requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
TinderboxG1This small container holds flint, fire steel, and tinder (usually dry cloth soaked in light oil) used to kindle a fire. Using it to light a torch - or anything else with abundant, exposed fuel - takes an action. Lighting any other fire takes 1 minute.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Tinker's ToolsG10These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
TorchG1A torch burns for 1 hour, providing bright light in a 20-foot radius and dim light for an additional 20 feet. If you make a melee attack with a burning torch and hit, it deals 1 fire damage.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
TotemGA druid can use such a druidic focus as a spellcasting focus, using it in place of any material component that does not have a cost.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Traveler's ClothesG4Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Two-Person TentG20A simple and portable canvas shelter, a tent sleeps two.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
VialGA vial can hold up to 4 ounces of liquid.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
ViolG1If you have proficiency with a given musical instrument, you can add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make to play music with the instrument.

A bard can use a musical instrument as a spellcasting focus, substituting it for any material component that does not list a cost.

Each type of musical instrument requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
WandG1An arcane focus is a special item designed to channel the power of arcane spells. A sorcerer, warlock, or wizard can use such an item as a spellcasting focus, using it in place of any material component which does not list a cost.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
WaterskinG5A waterskin can hold up to 4 pints of liquid.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 153
Weaver's ToolsG5These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
WhetstoneG1Source: Player's Handbook, page 150
Woodcarver's ToolsG5These special tools include the items needed to pursue a craft or trade. Proficiency with a set of artisan's tools lets you add your proficiency bonus to any ability checks you make using the tools in your craft. Each type of artisan's tools requires a separate proficiency.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 154
Wooden StaffG4A druid can use such a druidic focus as a spellcasting focus, using it in place of any material component that does not have a cost.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Yew WandG1A druid can use such a druidic focus as a spellcasting focus, using it in place of any material component that does not have a cost.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 151
Chain MailHA55Made of interlocking metal rings, chain mail includes a layer of quilted fabric worn underneath the mail to prevent chafing and to cushion the impact of blows. The suit includes gauntlets.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 145
Plate ArmorHA65Plate consists of shaped, interlocking metal plates to cover the entire body. A suit of plate includes gauntlets, heavy leather boots, a visored helmet, and thick layers of padding underneath the armor. Buckles and straps distribute the weight over the body.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 145
Ring MailHA40This armor is leather armor with heavy rings sewn into it. The rings help reinforce the armor against blows from swords and axes. Ring mail is inferior to chain mail, and it's usually worn only by those who can't afford better armor.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 145
Splint ArmorHA60This armor is made of narrow vertical strips of metal riveted to a backing of leather that is worn over cloth padding. Flexible chain mail protects the joints.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 145
Leather ArmorLA10The breastplate and shoulder protectors of this armor are made of leather that has been stiffened by being boiled in oil. The rest of the armor is made of softer and more flexible materials.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 144
Padded ArmorLA8Padded armor consists of quilted layers of cloth and batting.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 144
Studded Leather ArmorLA13Made from tough but flexible leather, studded leather is reinforced with close-set rivets or spikes.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 144
BattleaxeM4Versatile: This weapon can be used with one or two hands. A damage value in parentheses appears with the property — the damage when the weapon is used with two hands to make a melee attack.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
ClubM2Light: A light weapon is small and easy to handle, making it ideal for use when fighting with two weapons.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
DaggerM1Finesse: When making an attack with a finesse weapon, you use your choice of your Strength or Dexterity modifier for the attack and damage rolls. You must use the same modifier for both rolls.

Light: A light weapon is small and easy to handle, making it ideal for use when fighting with two weapons.

Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Thrown: If a weapon has the thrown property, you can throw the weapon to make a ranged attack. If the weapon is a melee weapon, you use the same ability modifier for that attack roll and damage roll that you would use for a melee attack with the weapon. For example, if you throw a handaxe, you use your Strength, but if you throw a dagger, you can use either your Strength or your Dexterity, since the dagger has the finesse property.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
FlailM2Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
GlaiveM6Heavy: Small creatures have disadvantage on attack rolls with heavy weapons. A heavy weapon's size and bulk make it too large for a Small creature to use effectively.

Reach: This weapon adds 5 feet to your reach when you attack with it.

Two-Handed: This weapon requires two hands to use.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
GreataxeM7Heavy: Small creatures have disadvantage on attack rolls with heavy weapons. A heavy weapon's size and bulk make it too large for a Small creature to use effectively.

Two-Handed: This weapon requires two hands to use.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
GreatclubM10Two-Handed: This weapon requires two hands to use.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
GreatswordM6Heavy: Small creatures have disadvantage on attack rolls with heavy weapons. A heavy weapon's size and bulk make it too large for a Small creature to use effectively.

Two-Handed: This weapon requires two hands to use.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
HalberdM6Reach: This weapon adds 5 feet to your reach when you attack with it.

Two-Handed: This weapon requires two hands to use.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
HandaxeM2Light: A light weapon is small and easy to handle, making it ideal for use when fighting with two weapons.

Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Thrown: If a weapon has the thrown property, you can throw the weapon to make a ranged attack. If the weapon is a melee weapon, you use the same ability modifier for that attack roll and damage roll that you would use for a melee attack with the weapon. For example, if you throw a handaxe, you use your Strength, but if you throw a dagger, you can use either your Strength or your Dexterity, since the dagger has the finesse property.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
JavelinM2Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Thrown: If a weapon has the thrown property, you can throw the weapon to make a ranged attack. If the weapon is a melee weapon, you use the same ability modifier for that attack roll and damage roll that you would use for a melee attack with the weapon. For example, if you throw a handaxe, you use your Strength, but if you throw a dagger, you can use either your Strength or your Dexterity, since the dagger has the finesse property.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
LanceM6Reach: This weapon adds 5 feet to your reach when you attack with it.

Special: You have disadvantage when you use a lance to attack a target within 5 feet of you. Also, a lance requires two hands to wield when you aren't mounted.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
Light HammerM2Light: A light weapon is small and easy to handle, making it ideal for use when fighting with two weapons.

Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Thrown: If a weapon has the thrown property, you can throw the weapon to make a ranged attack. If the weapon is a melee weapon, you use the same ability modifier for that attack roll and damage roll that you would use for a melee attack with the weapon. For example, if you throw a handaxe, you use your Strength, but if you throw a dagger, you can use either your Strength or your Dexterity, since the dagger has the finesse property.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
LongswordM3Versatile: This weapon can be used with one or two hands. A damage value in parentheses appears with the property — the damage when the weapon is used with two hands to make a melee attack.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
MaceM4Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
MaulM10Heavy: Small creatures have disadvantage on attack rolls with heavy weapons. A heavy weapon's size and bulk make it too large for a Small creature to use effectively.

Two-Handed: This weapon requires two hands to use.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
MorningstarM4Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
PikeM18Heavy: Small creatures have disadvantage on attack rolls with heavy weapons. A heavy weapon's size and bulk make it too large for a Small creature to use effectively.

Reach: This weapon adds 5 feet to your reach when you attack with it.

Two-Handed: This weapon requires two hands to use.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
QuarterstaffM4Versatile: This weapon can be used with one or two hands. A damage value in parentheses appears with the property — the damage when the weapon is used with two hands to make a melee attack.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
RapierM2Finesse: When making an attack with a finesse weapon, you use your choice of your Strength or Dexterity modifier for the attack and damage rolls. You must use the same modifier for both rolls.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
ScimitarM3Finesse: When making an attack with a finesse weapon, you use your choice of your Strength or Dexterity modifier for the attack and damage rolls. You must use the same modifier for both rolls.

Light: A light weapon is small and easy to handle, making it ideal for use when fighting with two weapons.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
ShortswordM2Finesse: When making an attack with a finesse weapon, you use your choice of your Strength or Dexterity modifier for the attack and damage rolls. You must use the same modifier for both rolls.

Light: A light weapon is small and easy to handle, making it ideal for use when fighting with two weapons.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
SickleM2Light: A light weapon is small and easy to handle, making it ideal for use when fighting with two weapons.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
SpearM3Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Thrown: If a weapon has the thrown property, you can throw the weapon to make a ranged attack. If the weapon is a melee weapon, you use the same ability modifier for that attack roll and damage roll that you would use for a melee attack with the weapon. For example, if you throw a handaxe, you use your Strength, but if you throw a dagger, you can use either your Strength or your Dexterity, since the dagger has the finesse property.

Versatile: This weapon can be used with one or two hands. A damage value in parentheses appears with the property — the damage when the weapon is used with two hands to make a melee attack.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
TridentM4Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Thrown: If a weapon has the thrown property, you can throw the weapon to make a ranged attack. If the weapon is a melee weapon, you use the same ability modifier for that attack roll and damage roll that you would use for a melee attack with the weapon. For example, if you throw a handaxe, you use your Strength, but if you throw a dagger, you can use either your Strength or your Dexterity, since the dagger has the finesse property.

Versatile: This weapon can be used with one or two hands. A damage value in parentheses appears with the property — the damage when the weapon is used with two hands to make a melee attack.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
War PickM2Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
WarhammerM2Versatile: This weapon can be used with one or two hands. A damage value in parentheses appears with the property — the damage when the weapon is used with two hands to make a melee attack.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
WhipM3Finesse: When making an attack with a finesse weapon, you use your choice of your Strength or Dexterity modifier for the attack and damage rolls. You must use the same modifier for both rolls.

Reach: This weapon adds 5 feet to your reach when you attack with it.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
BreastplateMA20This armor consists of a fitted metal chest piece worn with supple leather. Although it leaves the legs and arms relatively unprotected, this armor provides good protection for the wearer's vital organs while leaving the wearer relatively unencumbered.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 145
Chain ShirtMA20Made of interlocking metal rings, a chain shirt is worn between layers of clothing or leather. This armor offers modest protection to the wearer's upper body and allows the sound of the rings rubbing against one another to be muffled by outer layers.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 144
Half PlateMA40Half plate consists of shaped metal plates that cover most of the wearer's body. It does not include leg protection beyond simple greaves that are attached with leather straps.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 145
Hide ArmorMA12This crude armor consists of thick furs and pelts. It is commonly worn by barbarian tribes, evil humanoids, and other folk who lack access to the tools and materials needed to create better armor.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 144
Scale MailMA45This armor consists of a coat and leggings (and perhaps a separate skirt) of leather covered with overlapping pieces of metal, much like the scales of a fish. The suit includes gauntlets.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 144
BlowgunR1Ammunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

If you use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a melee attack, you treat the weapon as an improvised weapon (see "Improvised Weapons" later in the section). A sling must be loaded to deal any damage when used in this way.

Loading: Because of the time required to load this weapon, you can fire only one piece of ammunition from it when you use an action, bonus action, or reaction to fire it, regardless of the number of attacks you can normally make.

Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
DartR0.25Finesse: When making an attack with a finesse weapon, you use your choice of your Strength or Dexterity modifier for the attack and damage rolls. You must use the same modifier for both rolls.

Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Thrown: If a weapon has the thrown property, you can throw the weapon to make a ranged attack. If the weapon is a melee weapon, you use the same ability modifier for that attack roll and damage roll that you would use for a melee attack with the weapon. For example, if you throw a handaxe, you use your Strength, but if you throw a dagger, you can use either your Strength or your Dexterity, since the dagger has the finesse property.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
Hand CrossbowR3Ammunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

If you use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a melee attack, you treat the weapon as an improvised weapon (see "Improvised Weapons" later in the section). A sling must be loaded to deal any damage when used in this way.

Light: A light weapon is small and easy to handle, making it ideal for use when fighting with two weapons.

Loading: Because of the time required to load this weapon, you can fire only one piece of ammunition from it when you use an action, bonus action, or reaction to fire it, regardless of the number of attacks you can normally make.

Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
Heavy CrossbowR18Ammunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

If you use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a melee attack, you treat the weapon as an improvised weapon (see "Improvised Weapons" later in the section). A sling must be loaded to deal any damage when used in this way.

Heavy: Small creatures have disadvantage on attack rolls with heavy weapons. A heavy weapon's size and bulk make it too large for a Small creature to use effectively.

Loading: Because of the time required to load this weapon, you can fire only one piece of ammunition from it when you use an action, bonus action, or reaction to fire it, regardless of the number of attacks you can normally make.

Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Two-Handed: This weapon requires two hands to use.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
Light CrossbowR5Ammunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

If you use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a melee attack, you treat the weapon as an improvised weapon (see "Improvised Weapons" later in the section). A sling must be loaded to deal any damage when used in this way.

Loading: Because of the time required to load this weapon, you can fire only one piece of ammunition from it when you use an action, bonus action, or reaction to fire it, regardless of the number of attacks you can normally make.

Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Two-Handed: This weapon requires two hands to use.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
LongbowR2Ammunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

If you use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a melee attack, you treat the weapon as an improvised weapon (see "Improvised Weapons" later in the section). A sling must be loaded to deal any damage when used in this way.

Heavy: Small creatures have disadvantage on attack rolls with heavy weapons. A heavy weapon's size and bulk make it too large for a Small creature to use effectively.

Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Two-Handed: This weapon requires two hands to use.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
NetR3Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Special: A Large or smaller creature hit by a net is restrained until it is freed. A net has no effect on creatures that are formless, or creatures that are Huge or larger. A creature can use its action to make a DC 10 Strength check, freeing itself or another creature within its reach on a success. Dealing 5 slashing damage to the net (AC 10) also frees the creature without harming it, ending the effect and destroying the net. When you use an action, bonus action, or reaction to attack with a net, you can make only one attack regardless of the number of attacks you can normally make.

Thrown: If a weapon has the thrown property, you can throw the weapon to make a ranged attack. If the weapon is a melee weapon, you use the same ability modifier for that attack roll and damage roll that you would use for a melee attack with the weapon. For example, if you throw a handaxe, you use your Strength, but if you throw a dagger, you can use either your Strength or your Dexterity, since the dagger has the finesse property.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
ShortbowR2Ammunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

If you use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a melee attack, you treat the weapon as an improvised weapon (see "Improvised Weapons" later in the section). A sling must be loaded to deal any damage when used in this way.

Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Two-Handed: This weapon requires two hands to use.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
SlingRAmmunition: You can use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a ranged attack only if you have ammunition to fire from the weapon. Each time you attack with the weapon, you expend one piece of ammunition. Drawing the ammunition from a quiver, case, or other container is part of the attack. At the end of the battle, you can recover half your expended ammunition by taking a minute to search the battlefield.

If you use a weapon that has the ammunition property to make a melee attack, you treat the weapon as an improvised weapon (see "Improvised Weapons" later in the section). A sling must be loaded to deal any damage when used in this way.

Range: A weapon that can be used to make a ranged attack has a range shown in parentheses after the ammunition or thrown property. The range lists two numbers. The first is the weapon's normal range in feet, and the second indicates the weapon's maximum range. When attacking a target beyond normal range, you have disadvantage on the attack roll. You can't attack a target beyond the weapon's long range.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 149
ShieldS6A shield is made from wood or metal and is carried in one hand. Wielding a shield increases your Armor Class by 2. You can benefit from only one shield at a time.

Source: Player's Handbook, page 144
Assassin's Blood (Ingested)G0A creature subjected to this poison must make a DC 10 Constitution saving throw. On a failed save, it takes 6 (1d12) poison damage and is poisoned for 24 hours. On a successful save, the creature takes half damage and isn't poisoned.

Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 258
Burnt Othur Fumes (Inhaled)G0A creature subjected to this poison must succeed on a DC 13 Constitution saving throw or take 10 (3d6) poison damage, and must repeat the saving throw at the start of each of its turns. On each successive failed save, the character takes 3 (1d6) poison damage. After three successful saves, the poison ends.

Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 258
Carrion Crawler Mucus (Contact)G0This poison must be harvested from a dead or incapacitated carrion crawler. A creature subjected to this poison must succeed on a DC 13 Constitution saving throw or be poisoned for 1 minute. The poisoned creature is paralyzed. The creature can repeat the saving throw at the end of each of its turns, ending the effect on itself on a success.

Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 258
Drow Poison (Injury)G0This poison is typically made only by the draw, and only in a place far removed from sunlight. A creature subjected to this poison must succeed on a DC 13 Constitution saving throw or be poisoned for 1 hour. If the saving throw fails by 5 or more, the creature is also unconscious while poisoned in this way. The creature wakes up if it takes damage or if another creature takes an action to shake it awake.

Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 258
Essence of Ether (Inhaled)G0A creature subjected to this poison must succeed on a DC 15 Constitution saving throw or become poisoned for 8 hours. The poisoned creature is unconscious. The creature wakes up if it takes damage or if another creature takes an action to shake it awake.

Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 258
Malice (Inhaled)G0A creature subjected to this poison must succeed on a DC 15 Constitution saving throw or become poisoned for 1 hour. The poisoned creature is blinded.

Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 258
Midnight Tears (Ingested)G0A creature that ingests this poison suffers no effect until the stroke of midnight. If the poison has not been neutralized before then, the creature must succeed on a DC 17 Constitution saving throw, taking 31 (9d6) poison damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a successful one.

Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 258
Oil of Taggit (Contact)G0A creature subjected to this poison must succeed on a DC 13 Constitution saving throw or become poisoned for 24 hours. The poisoned creature is unconscious. The creature wakes up if it takes damage.

Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 258
Pale Tincture (Ingested)G0A creature subjected to this poison must succeed on a DC 16 Constitution saving throw or take 3 (1d6) poison damage and become poisoned. The poisoned creature must repeat the saving throw every 24 hours, taking 3 (1d6) poison damage on a failed save. Until this poison ends, the damage the poison deals can't be healed by any means. After seven successful saving throws, the effect ends and the creature can heal normally.

Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 258
Purple Worm Poison (Injury)G0This poison must be harvested from a dead or incapacitated purple worm. A creature subjected to this poison must make a DC 19 Constitution saving throw, taking 42 (12d6) poison damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a successful one.

Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 258
Serpent Venom (Injury)G0This poison must be harvested from a dead or incapacitated giant poisonous snake. A creature subjected to this poison must succeed on a DC 11 Constitution saving throw, taking 10 (3d6) poison damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a successful one.

Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 258
Torpor (Ingested)G0A creature subjected to this poison must succeed on a DC 15 Constitution saving throw or become poisoned for 4d6 hours. The poisoned creature is incapacitated.

Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 258
Truth Serum (Ingested)G0A creature subjected to thi poison must succeed on a DC 11 Constitution saving throw or become poisoned for 1 hour. The poisoned creature can't knowingly speak a lie, as if under the effect of a zone of truth spell.

Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 258
Wyvern Poison (Injury)G0This poison must be harvested from a dead or incapacitated wyvern. A creature subjected to this poison must make a DC 15 Constitution saving throw, taking 24 (7d6) poison damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a successful one.

Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 258
TrinketG0When you make your character, you can roll once on the Trinkets table to gain a trinket, a simple item lightly touched by mystery. The DM might also use this table. It can help stock a room in a dungeon or fill a creatures pockets.


Player Handbook Trinkets:

01. A mummified goblin hand.
02. A piece of crystal that faintly glows in the moonlight.
03. A gold coin minted in an unknown land.
04. A diary written in a language you don't know.
05. A brass ring that never tarnishes.
06. An old chess piece made from glass.
07. A pair of knucklebone dice, each with a skull symbol on the side that would normally show six pips.
08. A small idol depicting a nightmarish creature that gives you unsettling dreams when you sleep near it.
09. A rope necklace from which dangles four mummified elf fingers.
10. The deed for a parcel of land in a realm unknown to you.
11. A 1-ounce block made from an unknown material.
12. A small cloth doll skewered with needles.
13. A tooth from an unknown beast.
14. An enormous scale, perhaps from a dragon.
15. A bright green feather.
16. An old divination card bearing your likeness.
17. A glass orb filled with moving smoke.
18. A 1-pound egg with a bright red shell.
19. A pipe that blows bubbles.
20. A glass jar containing a weird bit of flesh floating in pickling fluid.
21. A tiny gnome-crafted music box that plays a song you dimly remember from your childhood.
22. A small wooden statuette of a smug halfling.
23. A brass orb etched with strange runes.
24. A multicolored stone disk.
25. A tiny silver icon of a raven.
26. A bag containing forty-seven humanoid teeth, one of which is rotten.
27. A shard of obsidian that always feels warm to the touch.
28. A dragon's bony talon hanging from a plain leather necklace.
29. A pair of old socks.
30. A blank book whose pages refuse to hold ink, chalk, graphite, or any other substance or marking.
31. A silver badge in the shape of a five-pointed star.
32. A knife that belonged to a relative.
33. A glass vial filled with nail clippings.
34. A rectangular metal device with two tiny metal cups on one end that throws sparks when wet.
35. A white, sequined glove sized for a human.
36. A vest with one hundred tiny pockets.
37. A small, weightless stone block.
38. A tiny sketch portrait of a goblin.
39. An empty glass vial that smells of perfume when opened.
40. A gemstone that looks like a lump of coal when examined by anyone but you.
41. A scrap of cloth from an old banner.
42. A rank insignia from a lost legionnaire.
43. A tiny silver bell without a clapper.
44. A mechanical canary inside a gnomish lamp.
45. A tiny chest carved to look like it has numerous feet on the bottom.
46. A dead sprite inside a clear glass bottle.
47. A metal can that has no opening but sounds as if it is filled with liquid, sand, spiders, or broken glass (your choice).
48. A glass orb filled with water, in which swims a clockwork goldfish.
49. A silver spoon with an 'M' engraved on the handle.
50. A whistle made from gold-colored wood.
51. A dead scarab beetle the size of your hand.
52. Two toy soldiers, one with a missing head .
53. A small box filled with different-sized buttons.
54. A candle that cant be lit.
55. A tiny cage with no door.
56. An old key.
57. An indecipherable treasure map.
58. A hilt from a broken sword.
59. A rabbit's foot.
60. A glass eye.
61. A cameo carved in the likeness of a hideous person.
62. A silver skull the size of a coin.
63. An alabaster mask.
64. A pyramid of sticky black incense that smells very bad.
65. A nightcap that, when worn, gives you pleasant dreams.
66. A single caltrop made from bone.
67. A gold monocle frame without the lens.
68. A 1-inch cube, each side painted a different color.
69. A crystal knob from a door.
70. A small packet filled with pink dust.
71. A fragment of a beautiful song, written as musical notes on two pieces of parchment.
72. A silver teardrop earring made from a real teardrop.
73. The shell of an egg painted with scenes of human misery in disturbing detail.
74. A fan that, when unfolded, shows a sleeping cat.
75. A set of bone pipes.
76. A four-leaf clover pressed inside a book discussing manners and etiquette.
77. A sheet of parchment upon which is drawn a complex mechanical contraption.
78. An ornate scabbard that fits no blade you have found so far.
79. An invitation to a party where a murder happened.
80. A bronze pentacle with an etching of a rat's head in its center.
81. A purple handkerchief embroidered with the name of a powerful archmage.
82. Half of a floorplan for a temple, castle, or some other structure.
83. A bit of folded cloth that, when unfolded, turns into a stylish cap.
84. A receipt of deposit at a bank in a far-flung city.
85. A diary with seven missing pages.
86. An empty silver snuffbox bearing an inscription on the surface that says "dreams".
87. An iron holy symbol devoted to an unknown god.
88. A book that tells the story of a legendary hero's rise and fall, with the last chapter missing.
89. A vial of dragon blood.
90. An ancient arrow of elven design.
91. A needle that never bends.
92. An ornate brooch of dwarven design.
93. An empty wine bottle bearing a pretty label that says, "The Wizard of Wines Winery, Red Dragon Crush, 331422-W".
94. A mosaic tile with a multicolored, glazed surface.
95. A petrified mouse.
96. A black pirate flag adorned with a dragon's skull and crossbones.
97. A tiny mechanical crab or spider that moves about when it's not being observed.
98. A glass jar containing lard with a label that reads, "Griffon Grease".
99. A wooden box with a ceramic bottom that holds a living worm with a head on each end of it's body.
100. A metal urn containing the ashes of a hero.

Source: Player's Handbook, pages 159-161


Elemental Evil Trinkets:

01. A compass that always points to Mulmaster.
02. A paper fan that won't produce a breeze no matter how hard it's waved.
03. A petrified potato that resembles someone important to you.
04. A glass cup that can only be filled half way no matter how much liquid is pored into it.
05. A mirror that only shows the back of your head.
06. A small glass bird that when set down near water dips its head in as if to get a drink.
07. A lady's coin purse containing two sharp fangs.
08. A small sea conch with the words "From the beginning" painted on the lip.
09. A frost-covered silver locket that's frozen shut.
10. A seal which imprints a mysterious, unknown coat of arms into hard rock.
11. A small wooden doll that when held brings back fond memories.
12. A small handmirror which only reflects inanimate objects.
13. A glass eyeball that looks about of its own accordance, and can roll around.
14. A glass orb that replicates yesterday's weather inside itself.
15. A drinking cup, that randomly fills with fresh or salt water. Refilling once emptied.
16. A deep blue piece of flint, that when struck with steel produces not a spark but a drop of water.
17. A conch shell which is always damp and constantly drips saltwater.
18. A charred, half-melted pewter clasp that glows as if smoldering but releases no heat.
19. A clockwork finch that flaps its wings in the presence of a breeze.
20. A unbreakable sealed jar of glowing water that hums when shaken.
21. A small, finely polished geode whose crystals slowly fade between every color of the spectrum.
22. A rough stone eye pulled from a petrified creature.
23. A stone smoking pipe that never needs lighting.
24. A small whistle, that when blown, whispers a name of a person or place unknown to you, instead of the whistle sound.
25. A fist sized rock that "beats" like a heart.
26. A pair of bronze scissors in the shape of a pair of leaping dolphins.
27. A bronze oil lamp which is rumored to have once held a genie.
28. A single gauntlet inscribed with a fire motif and an unfamiliar name in Primordial.
29. A one-eyed little fish inside a spherical vial, much bigger than the vial's neck. He has a cunning look.
30. The tiny skull of a rabbit that whispers scathing insults when nobody is looking.
31. A rag doll in the likeness of an owlbear.
32. The desiccated body of a small eight-legged black lizard.
33. A small toy boat made with a walnut shell, toothpick, and piece of cloth.
34. A small pocket mirror that slowly fogs over while held.
35. Wind chimes that glow when the wind blows.
36. A small, clay square with an unknown rune etched into one side.
37. A tea kettle that heats itself when filled with water.
38. An old scratched monocle which shows an underwater landscape whenever someone looks through it.
39. A rose carved from coral.
40. A set of dice with elemental symbols and primordial runes instead of pips or numbers.
41. A amulet filled with liquid that churns, freezes, or boils to match it's wearer's mood.
42. A small silver bell that makes a sound like quiet, distant thunder when it's struck.
43. A small vial of black sand that glows slightly in the moonlight.
44. A small whale tooth with etched with an image of waves crashing upon a beach.
45. An hourglass in which the sands pour upward instead of downward.
46. A glass pendant with a hole in the center that a mild breeze always blows out of.
47. A soft feather that falls like a stone when dropped.
48. A large transparent gem that, when gripped tightly, whispers in Terran.
49. A small crystal snowglobe that, when shaken, seems to form silhouettes of dancing forms.
50. Half of a palm-sized geode that pulses dimly with purple light.
51. A book filled with writing that only appears when the book is held underwater.
52. A sealed envelope made of red leather that you haven't been able to open. It smells of campfire.
53. A locket of hair that is rumored to have come from a famed fire genasi.
54. Flint and steel that, when used to start a fire, creates a random colored flame.
55. A blank piece of wet parchment that never seems to dry.
56. A small puzzle box made of brass, that is slightly warm to the touch.
57. A cloudy chunk of glass that is said to hold a spark of breath from a blue dragon.
58. A crude chalice made of coal.
59. A miniature brass horn, silent when played, but fills the air with the scent of warm and exotic spices.
60. An eye-sized blue pearl that floats in salt water.
61. A tuning fork made from a dark metal which glows with a pale, white light during thunderstorms.
62. A small vial that is always filled with the smell of autumn wind.
63. A clear marble that slowly rolls toward the nearest source of running water.
64. A small collapsible silver cup that perspires constantly when opened.
65. An hourglass that tells time with falling mist instead of sand.
66. An ornate razor, which only cuts in freezing cold temperature.
67. A shark tooth covered in tiny etched words from a lost language.
68. A large brass coin with no markings or images on it.
69. A small wooden box filled with a strange red clay.
70. A necklace with a small, rusted iron anchor.
71. A small brass flute adorned with silver wire that is always faintly sounding.
72. A red and black Aarakocra feather.
73. A palm-sized stone with a hole in it, through which can be heard a constantly whispering wind.
74. A small conch shell covered in black crystal.
75. A small music box made of brass. It features a pair of tiny automatons that resemble Azer working at a forge.
76. A glass jar containing the preserved corpse of an unfamiliar aquatic creature.
77. A piece of petrified wood carved into the shape of a seashell.
78. A wooden puzzle cube covered in elemental symbols.
79. A small stone cube that acts as a magnet when placed against another stone.
80. A ring made of a white metal. On the inside is a name etched in Auran.
81. A bracelet made of silvered fish hooks.
82. A journal filled with poetry hand-written in Primordial.
83. A yellow gemstone that glows dimly when a storm is nearby.
84. A charred chisel with an unfamiliar symbol stamped into its base.
85. A canteen filled with a foul smelling orange mud.
86. A faceless doll made of driftwood.
87. A heavy iron key bearing the name of a ship long lost to the sea.
88. A small jewelry box made from the shell of a turtle.
89. A chess piece fashioned to look like fire myrmidon.
90. A spinning top with an image of one of the four elements on each side.
91. A single hoop earring made of a porous red stone.
92. An arrowhead carved from seasalt
93. A small comb made of blue coral.
94. Seven small beads of sandstone on a string, all different colors.
95. A romance chapbook written in Undercommon titled "Just one Layer of Grey".
96. A tiny, broken clockwork Harpy.
97. An ivory whale statuette.
98. A fist-sized cog, covered in barnacles.
99. An eyepatch made of obsidian and a black leather cord.
100. A glass bottle with a tiny ship of unfamiliar design inside.

Source: Elemental Evil PDF supplement
Spiked ArmorMA45Spiked armor is a rare type of medium armor made by dwarves. It consists of a leather coat and leggings covered with spikes that are usually made of metal.

Cost: 75 gp

Source: Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide, page 121
Monster Hunter's PackG48.5Includes:
• a chest
• a crowbar
• a hammer
• three wooden stakes
• a holy symbol
• a flask of holy water
• a set of manacles
• a steel mirror
• a flask of oil
• a tinderbox
• 3 torches

Cost: 33 gp

Source: Curse of Strahd, page 209