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You really don't need magic to do this. Here are two ideas for you. If a wooden keg will hold beer in, then it stands to reason that it would keep water out. At least for a short time. So, get a keg and put what you want to keep dry in it. Seal the keg and take it with you. If that doesn't work for you then get a large water skin. Cut it open and put ...
If any of the party members are clad in proper adventuring gear, there should be a fairly waterproof cloak available. Use it to fashion a roll-top bag. If you need to water-tight any seams, squeeze the olives or the peanuts the annoying barbarian is always munching on for oil :)
Waxed cotton, is thick cotton cloth impregnated with paraffin wax. Plain candle wax may be too hard, but boiling it with another oil like lamp oil would result in something that is flexible and waterproof. In case you have tar or pitch available, you can make oilskin, which is sailcloth sealed with tar. The torches you have with you probably have some of ...
There is no way to use Alter Self to solve your problem. In the SRD Monster Manual there is no creature that can hold items safely and dry in a pouch.. In your particular campaign world there might be.
Do you have access to new spells? If so have the wizard pick up Hoard Gullet out of Dragon Magic. Turns yourself into a bag of holding. If you're trying to make the Alter Self thing work ask your DM about the final paragraph of Alter Self. Depending on his ruling you may be able to strap your stuff to your legs and then Alter Self into a Merfolk which has a ...
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