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For questions about items imbued with magic in some way, usually beneficial but occasionally detrimental, such as a cloak which renders the wearer invisible or a hammer which returns to its wielder when thrown.

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It is for historical reasons based on the intent of E. Gary Gygax when he designed Advanced Dungeon & Dragons. There are a couple of staff items not found in classic D&D and it looks like the 5e autho …
answered Dec 16 '14 by RS Conley
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My recommendation is keep the item creation price as is but make the in-game/setting price higher. Make a separate list or use a multiplier to create your in-game price list. The reason for this is th …
answered Sep 16 '10 by RS Conley
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Starting with Gary Gygax, the various editions of Dungeon & Dragons have always been particular in their use of the English language. Since you took the description of the heartstone from the d20 Syst …
answered Feb 21 '18 by RS Conley
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On page 284 in the DM's Workshop there is a section on Modifying an Item. It talks about two types of modification, substitution and fusing it with other items. However it not presented in terms of th …
answered Dec 21 '14 by RS Conley
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Are there any class, proficiency, or skill requirement to craft a magic item in D&D 5th edition other than to possess the minimum character levels? I.e. 3rd level for Common and Uncommon Magic Items …
asked Dec 3 '14 by RS Conley
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The text in the PHB doesn't prohibit the buying and selling of magic items in general. It pointing out that beyond a few common items it is a rare and special event. Pre-modern times had a similar iss …
answered Sep 10 '14 by RS Conley
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The 5e Magic Item System (DMG, pages 128-129) is pretty coarse grained. You figure out the rarity of the item you want to create and that tells you the cost and time. There is no RAW way of modifyi …
answered Apr 25 '15 by RS Conley
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I am looking at this table of special abilities and this table for magical weapons. I understand your sentiment about not wanting to stack on top of the critical hit mechanic. Looking through for an …
answered Apr 13 '16 by RS Conley
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Not all scrolls are Spell Scrolls. There is a Scroll of Protection. Granted the list of scrolls that NOT spell scrolls is limited to that one scroll. The section on page 200 is specific to Spell Scrol …
answered Dec 10 '14 by RS Conley
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From this archived forum post. It using the 3.5 D&D rules. The Infinite Wish Loop! Buy a Candle of Invocation for 8,400 gold. Summon an Efreeti using the Candle of Invocation, you get three Wish …
answered Feb 14 '13 by RS Conley
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SevenSideDie has it it right about why Magic Item pricing is near non-existent in the various D&D 5e books. My answer about what to do if you want to fix it and have magic shops in a 5e campaign. …
answered May 2 '15 by RS Conley
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No, the relevant rules can be found in the entry for Magic Item Creation in the Pathfinder SRD. To briefly summarize, the caster level of the item is part of the DC that you need to roll against when …
answered Jun 25 '12 by RS Conley
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I concur with Joshua in that for an individual making magic items is more expensive in terms of time and resource than previous editions. That for organizations it definitely within their means to pro …
answered Apr 16 '15 by RS Conley