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Sign in to create or edit a product review. More and more useful! Majuba — Jan 14, , pm At first I got these cards as something of a lark - just to see the art, and maybe use on some special occasion. Now I hand out just about all magic item item treasure as an item card and masterwork items early on too. While particularly useful combined with the item packs for the Pathfinder Adventure Paths, these packs contain enough cards to do the job for most items in most games, homebrew or not. I have found added benefit for my players by a little extra planning using pre-made adventures.
Each category also has a unique icon to further aid you, but as these icons are located in the upper right-hand corner of the card, they are essentially useless for anyone but a left-handed person. Is it a wand of petrification? Will the living wood slowly turn to stone as its charges are used up? One assumes a living-wood wand would be made by elves, but then why is stone a factor; was it a curse? Sure, none of this helps you blow up kobolds, but it makes for an intriguing story, and may even be a plot hook in itself. The cards are intended to be disposable.
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