In misreading Fering's question I thought he was asking if making his item slotless would increase the price. I thought that was worthy of its own question.

When crafting a magic item with the craft wondrous item rules a GM may allow alterations to be made. If that alteration were to remove the slot requirement from an item, how much would it increase the price by?

For instance: a druid with the Craft Wondrous Item feat wants to make a slotless item with the same benefits at the Druid's Vestment. This item is normally costs 1,375gp to craft. What is the new crafting cost for the slotless version?


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Yes, the price increases as per the Magic Item Gold Piece Values chart.

Special | Base Price | Example

No space limitation3 | Multiply entire cost by 2 | Ioun stone

3 An item that does not take up one of the spaces on a body costs double.

So the end price of the druid's vestment would be 2750gp.

  • \$\begingroup\$ This could be improved by including that the cost of the example item would end up being 2750g \$\endgroup\$
    – Ifusaso
    Mar 20, 2019 at 12:49

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