Enchanted Trinkets II

A collection of colorful minor magical treasures to spice up your game without breaking it! 

This collection for the 5th edition of the world’s oldest roleplaying game presents you with over 50 minor magical items suitable for inserting into any campaign. These items are not mighty artifacts, and they won’t turn the tide of a war, but they can spice up and add colour to a magical world!

In this compilation you’ll find 53 new trinkets, including clockwork calendarsever-shifting maps, plague doctor’s masks, sourberries, monk’s combat bracers, and so much more, including a collection of magical japes in Zlick Willy’s Wily Wares!

  • Enchanted Trinkets: Relics of a Lost Age. These 8 new magic items might be as simple as common goods made of exotic materials, to slightly magical items, or devices of complex clockwork artifice beyond the boundaries of modern technology—what unites them is that each hints at fallen kingdoms of days past. By David Adams; illustrated by Phil Stone.
  • Enchanted Trinkets: Thanks for the Memories. Memory can be a funny, ephemeral thing and today’s article has 11 charming little Enchanted Trinkets all revolving around mnemonic themes. When making use of these innocuous magic items not only will your adventurers gain a small bonus or extra ability, they’ll briefly experience the memories of others as well. Whether we’re talking about the ever-shifting mapflute of the forgotten feastivory knights, or plague doctor’s mask this is an issue of EN5ider that you won’t soon forget! Written by Charlie Brooks and illustrated by Rachel Maduro.
  • Enchanted Trinkets: Gifts of Nature. The Enchanted Trinkets series is back again with 10 minor enchanted items from nature ideal to be in the possession of—or given as gifts from—fey folk! Eat some sourberries then throw up on your foes, plant a root club when you need to slow down your enemies, ask a bark dog to go home and briefly visit its charming extradimensional abode, or unleash the bubble wand to either play at lights or break it to escape from imminent danger in the safety of its floating embrace.  Written by Will Gawned; illustrated by Rachel Maduro.
  • Enchanted Trinkets: Something for Everyone. This article details 14 class-specific enchanted trinkets, making sure there’s something for everyone whether that’s the barbarian’s victory cord, bard’s miraculous ring, cleric’s devoted diadem, druid’s leafy greaves, fighter’s splendid sheathe, mage’s magnificent cape, monk’s combat bracers, paladin’s minor relic, ranger’s sacred locket, rogue’s brass knuckles, sorcerer’s exceptional boots, warlock’s glittering gemstone, warrior’s battle belt, or wizard’s remarkable gloves! Written by Mike Myler; illustrated by Indi Martin.
  • Enchanted Trinkets: Zlick Willy’s Wily Wares. Liven up your games with Zlick Willy’s Wily Wares! Get some laughs out of the table and kick a session into light-hearted mode with Zlick’s message cushion (imagine everybody’s faces when the wizard sits down and their chair seems to say, “Get off me you tub of lard!”) or grab the door-free dunk bucket to dump water on a dour companion—no doorway required! Peruse this catalog for 10 magical japes, pranks, and laugh riots, and remember: it’s always a whopper with Zlick Willy’s wily wares! Amusingly designed by Andrew Engelbrite with illustration by Ellis Goodson.

This product is priced at $19.99


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