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  • 1Weapons
    • 1.18Specific Weapons
  • 2Epic Weapons

Weapons

Magic weapons have enhancement bonuses ranging from +1 to +5. They apply these bonuses to both attack and damage rolls when used in combat. All magic weapons are also masterwork weapons, but their masterwork bonus on attack rolls does not stack with their enhancement bonus on attack rolls.

Weapons come in two basic categories: melee and ranged. Some of the weapons listed as melee weapons can also be used as ranged weapons. In this case, their enhancement bonus applies to either type of attack.

In addition to an enhancement bonus, weapons may have special abilities. Special abilities count as additional bonuses for determining the market value of the item, but do not modify attack or damage bonuses (except where specifically noted). A single weapon cannot have a modified bonus (enhancement bonus plus special ability bonus equivalents) higher than +10. A weapon with a special ability must have at least a +1 enhancement bonus.

A weapon or a kind of ammunition may be made of an unusual material. Roll d%: 01–95 indicates that the item is of a standard sort, and 96–100 indicates that it is made of a special material.

Caster Level for Weapons

The caster level of a weapon with a special ability is given in the item description. For an item with only an enhancement bonus and no other abilities, the caster level is three times the enhancement bonus. If an item has both an enhancement bonus and a special ability, the higher of the two caster level requirements must be met.

Additional Damage Dice

Some magic weapons deal additional dice of damage. Unlike other modifiers to damage, additional dice of damage are not multiplied when the attacker scores a critical hit.

Ranged Weapons and Ammunition

The enhancement bonus from a ranged weapon does not stack with the enhancement bonus from ammunition. Only the higher of the two enhancement bonuses applies.

Ammunition fired from a projectile weapon with an enhancement bonus of +1 or higher is treated as a magic weapon for the purpose of overcoming damage reduction. Similarly, ammunition fired from a projectile weapon with an alignment gains the alignment of that projectile weapon (in addition to any alignment it may already have).

Magic Ammunition and Breakage

When a magic arrow, crossbow bolt, or sling bullet misses its target, there is a 50% chance it breaks or otherwise is rendered useless. A magic arrow, bolt, or bullet that hits is destroyed.

Light Generation

Fully 30% of magic weapons shed light equivalent to a lightspell (bright light in a 20-foot radius, shadowy light in a 40-foot radius). These glowing weapons are quite obviously magical. Such a weapon can’t be concealed when drawn, nor can its light be shut off. Some of the specific weapons detailed below always or never glow, as defined in their descriptions.

Hardness and Hit Points

An attacker cannot damage a magic weapon that has an enhancement bonus unless his own weapon has at least as high an enhancement bonus as the weapon or shield struck. Each +1 of enhancement bonus also adds 1 to the weapon’s or shield’s hardness and hit points. Each +1 of enhancement bonus adds 2 to a weapon’s or shield’s hardness and +10 to its hit points.

Activation

Usually a character benefits from a magic weapon in the same way a character benefits from a mundane weapon—by attacking with it. If a weapon has a special ability that the user needs to activate then the user usually needs to utter a command word (a standard action).

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Magic Weapons and Critical Hits

Some weapon qualities and some specific weapons have an extra effect on a critical hit. This special effect functions against creatures not subject to critical hits, such as undead, elementals, and constructs. When fighting against such creatures, roll for critical hits as you would against humanoids or any other creature subject to critical hits. On a successful critical roll, apply the special effect, but do not multiply the weapon’s regular damage.

Weapons for Unusually Sized Creatures

The cost of weapons for creatures who are neither Small nor Medium varies. The cost of the masterwork quality and any magical enhancement remains the same.

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Special Qualities

Roll d%. If the item is a melee weapon, a 01–30 result indicates that the item sheds light, 31–45 indicates that something (a design, inscription, or the like) provides a clue to the weapon’s function, and 46–100 indicates no special qualities.

If the item is a ranged weapon, a 01–15 result indicates that something (a design, inscription, or the like) provides a clue to the weapon’s function, and 16–100 indicates no special qualities.

In addition to enhancement bonuses, weapons can have one or more of the special abilities detailed below. A weapon with a special ability must have at least a +1 enhancement bonus.

Table: Weapons
MinorMediumMajorWeapon BonusBase Price1
01–7001–10+12,000 gp
71–8511–29+28,000 gp
30–5801–20+318,000 gp
59–6221–38+432,000 gp
39–49+550,000 gp
+6272,000 gp
+7298,000 gp
+82128,000 gp
+92162,000 gp
+102200,000 gp
86–9063–6850–63Specific weapon3
91–10069–10064–100Special ability and roll again4
  1. This price is for 50 arrows, crossbow bolts, or sling bullets.
  2. A weapon can’t actually have a bonus higher than +5. Use these lines to determine price when special abilities are added in.
  3. See Table: Specific Weapons.
  4. See Table: Melee Weapon Special Abilities for melee weapons or Table: Ranged Weapon Special Abilities for ranged weapons.
Table: Weapon Type Determination
d%Weapon Type
01–70Common melee weapon
71–80Uncommon weapon
81–100Common ranged weapon
Table: Common Melee Weapons
d%WeaponWeapon Cost1
01–04Dagger+302 gp
05–14Greataxe+320 gp
15–24Greatsword+350 gp
25–28Kama+302 gp
29–41Longsword+315 gp
42–45Mace, light+305 gp
46–50Mace, heavy+312 gp
51–54Nunchaku+302 gp
55–57Quarterstaff2+600 gp
58–61Rapier+320 gp
62–66Scimitar+315 gp
67–70Shortspear+302 gp
71–74Siangham+303 gp
75–84Sword, bastard+335 gp
85–89Sword, short+310 gp
90–100Waraxe, dwarven+330 gp
  1. Add to enhancement bonus on Table: Weapons to determine total market price.
  2. Masterwork double weapons incur double the masterwork cost to account for each head (+300 gp masterwork cost per head for a total of +600 gp). Double weapons have separate magical bonuses for their different heads. If randomly determined, the second head of a double weapon has the same enhancement bonus as the main head (01–50 on d%), doubling the cost of the bonus, or its enhancement bonus is one less (51–100 on d%) and it has no special abilities. All magic weapons are masterwork weapons.
Table: Uncommon Weapons
d%WeaponWeapon Cost1
01–03Axe, orc double2+660 gp
04–07Battleaxe+310 gp
08–10Chain, spiked+325 gp
11–12Club+300 gp
13–16Crossbow, hand+400 gp
17–19Crossbow, repeating (heavy or light)+550 gp
20–21Dagger, punching+302 gp
22–23Falchion+375 gp
24–26Flail, dire2+690 gp
27–31Flail, heavy+315 gp
32–35Flail+308 gp
36–37Gauntlet+302 gp
38–39Gauntlet, spiked+305 gp
40–41Glaive+308 gp
42–43Greatclub+305 gp
44–45Guisarme+309 gp
46–48Halberd+310 gp
49–51Spear+301 gp
52–54Hammer, gnome hooked2+620 gp
55–56Hammer, light+301 gp
57–58Handaxe+306 gp
59–61Kukri+308 gp
62–64Lance+310 gp
65–67Longspear+305 gp
68–70Morningstar+308 gp
71–72Net+320 gp
73–74Pick, heavy+308 gp
75–76Pick, light+304 gp
77–78Ranseur+310 gp
79–80Sap+301 gp
81–82Scythe+318 gp
83–84Shuriken+301 gp
85–86Sickle+306 gp
87–89Sword, two-bladed2+700 gp
90–91Trident+315 gp
92–94Urgrosh, dwarven2+650 gp
95–97Warhammer+312 gp
98–100Whip+301 gp
  1. Add to enhancement bonus on Table: Weapons to determine total market price.
  2. Masterwork double weapons incur double the masterwork cost to account for each head (+300 gp masterwork cost per head for a total of +600 gp). Double weapons have separate magical bonuses for their different heads. If randomly determined, the second head of a double weapon has the same enhancement bonus as the main head (01–50 on d%), doubling the cost of the bonus, or its enhancement bonus is one less (51–100) and it has no special abilities. All magic weapons are masterwork weapons.
Table: Common Ranged Weapons
d%WeaponWeapon Cost1
01–10Ammunition (roll again):
01–50Arrows (50)+350 gp
51–80Bolts, crossbow (50)+350 gp
81–100Bullets, sling (50)+350 gp
11–15Axe, throwing+308 gp
16–25Crossbow, heavy+350 gp
26–35Crossbow, light+335 gp
36–39Dart+300 gp 5 sp
40–41Javelin+301 gp
42–46Shortbow+330 gp
47–51Shortbow, composite (+0 Str bonus)+375 gp
52–56Shortbow, composite (+1 Str bonus)+450 gp
57–61Shortbow, composite (+2 Str bonus)+525 gp
62–65Sling+300 gp
66–75Longbow+375 gp
76–80Longbow, composite+400 gp
81–85Longbow, composite (+1 Str bonus)+500 gp
86–90Longbow, composite (+2 Str bonus)+600 gp
91–95Longbow, composite (+3 Str bonus)+700 gp
96–100Longbow, composite (+4 Str bonus)+800 gp
  1. Add to enhancement bonus on Table: Weapons to determine total market price.

All magic weapons are masterwork weapons.

Table: Melee Weapon Special Abilities
MinorMediumMajorSpecial AbilityBase Price Modifier1
01–1001–0601–03Bane+1 bonus
11–1707–12Defending+1 bonus
18–2713–1904–06Flaming+1 bonus
28–3720–2607–09Frost+1 bonus
38–4727–3310–12Shock+1 bonus
48–5634–3813–15Ghost touch+1 bonus
57–6739–44Keen2+1 bonus
68–7145–4816–19Ki Focus+1 bonus
72–7549–50Merciful+1 bonus
76–8251–5420–21Mighty cleaving+1 bonus
83–8755–5922–24Spell storing+1 bonus
88–9160–6325–28Throwing+1 bonus
92–9564–6529–32Thundering+1 bonus
96–9966–6933–36Vicious+1 bonus
70–7237–41Anarchic+2 bonus
73–7542–46Axiomatic+2 bonus
76–7847–49Disruption3+2 bonus
79–8150–54Flaming burst+2 bonus
82–8455–59Icy burst+2 bonus
85–8760–64Holy+2 bonus
88–9065–69Shocking burst+2 bonus
91–9370–74Unholy+2 bonus
94–9575–78Wounding+2 bonus
79–83Speed+3 bonus
84–86Brilliant energy+4 bonus
87–88Dancing+4 bonus
89–90Vorpal2 4+5 bonus
10096–10091–100Roll again twice4 5
  1. Add to enhancement bonus on Table: Weapons to determine total market price.
  2. Piercing or slashing weapons only. Reroll if randomly generated for a bludgeoning weapon.
  3. bludgeoning weapons only. Reroll if randomly generated for a piercing or slashing weapon.
  4. Slashing weapons only. Reroll if randomly generated for a piercing or bludgeoning weapon.
  5. Reroll if you get a duplicate special ability, an ability incompatible with an ability that you’ve already rolled, or if the extra ability puts you over the +10 limit. A weapon’s enhancement bonus and special ability bonus equivalents can’t total more than +10.
Table: Ranged Weapon Special Abilities
MinorMediumMajorSpecial AbilityBase Price Modifier1
01–1201–0801–04Bane+1 bonus
13–2509–1605–08Distance+1 bonus
26–4017–2809–12Flaming+1 bonus
41–5529–4013–16Frost+1 bonus
56–6041–42Merciful+1 bonus
61–6843–4717–21Returning+1 bonus
69–8348–5922–25Shock+1 bonus
84–9360–6426–27Seeking+1 bonus
94–9965–6828–29Thundering+1 bonus
69–7130–34Anarchic+2 bonus
72–7435–39Axiomatic+2 bonus
75–7940–49Flaming burst+2 bonus
80–8250–54Holy+2 bonus
83–8755–64Icy burst+2 bonus
88–9265–74Shocking burst+2 bonus
93–9575–79Unholy+2 bonus
80–84Speed+3 bonus
85–90Brilliant energy+4 bonus
10096–10091–100Roll again twice2
  1. Add to enhancement bonus on Table: Weapons to determine total market price.
  2. Reroll if you get a duplicate special ability, an ability incompatible with an ability that you’ve already rolled, or if the extra ability puts you over the +10 limit. A weapon’s enhancement bonus and special ability bonus equivalents can’t total more than +10.

Specific Weapons

The following specific weapons usually are preconstructed with exactly the qualities described here.

Table: Specific Weapons
MinorMediumMajorSpecific WeaponMarket Price
01–15Sleep arrow132 gp
16–25Screaming bolt267 gp
26–45Silver dagger, masterwork322 gp
46–65Cold iron longsword, masterwork330 gp
66–7501–09Javelin of lightning1,500 gp
76–8010–15Slaying arrow2,282 gp
81–9016–24Adamantine dagger3,002 gp
91–10025–33Adamantine battleaxe3,010 gp
34–37Slaying arrow (greater)4,057 gp
38–40Shatterspike4,315 gp
41–46Dagger of venom8,302 gp
47–51Trident of warning10,115 gp
52–5701–04Assassin’s dagger10,302 gp
58–6205–07Shifter’s sorrow12,780 gp
63–6608–09Trident of fish command18,650 gp
67–7410–13Flame tongue20,715 gp
75–7914–17Luck blade (0 wishes)22,060 gp
80–8618–24Sword of subtlety22,310 gp
87–9125–31Sword of the planes22,315 gp
92–9532–37Nine lives stealer23,057 gp
96–9838–42Sword of life stealing25,715 gp
99–10043–46Oathbow25,600 gp
47–51Mace of terror38,552 gp
52–57Life-drinker40,320 gp
58–62Sylvan scimitar47,315 gp
63–67Rapier of puncturing50,320 gp
68–73Sun blade50,335 gp
74–79Frost brand54,475 gp
80–84Dwarven thrower60,312 gp
85–91Luck blade (1 wish)62,360 gp
92–95Mace of smiting75,312 gp
96–97Luck blade (2 wishes)102,660 gp
98–99Holy avenger120,630 gp
100Luck blade (3 wishes)142,960 gp

Epic Weapons

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Except when otherwise stated, epic magic weapons follow the rules for nonepic magic weapons. There is no limit to an epic magic weapon’s enhancement bonus, to the market price modifier of an epic magic weapon special ability, or to the total of an epic magic weapon’s enhancement bonus and market price modifier.

EPIC WEAPON BASE PRICE

To find the base price of an epic magic weapon, roll on Table: Weapons. Note that the +6 to +10 rows apply only to weapons that provide an enhancement bonus of +6 to +10 or weapons with a single special ability whose market price modifier is +6 to +10. Magic weapons with a total effective bonus of +6 to +10 but that have an enhancement bonus of +5 or less and special abilities whose individual market price modifiers are +5 or less use the table for nonepic magic weaponsto determine price.

Table: Weapons

d%Enhancement BonusMarket Price1
01–03+1+2,000 gp
04–07+2+8,000 gp
08–13+3+18,000 gp
14–20+4+32,000 gp
21–28+5+50,000 gp
29–36+6+720,000 gp
37–43+7+980,000 gp
44–49+8+1,280,000 gp
50–53+9+1,620,000 gp
54–56+10+2,000,000 gp
57–61Specific weapon2
62–80Melee weapon with special ability and roll again3
81–99Ranged weapon with special ability and roll again3
100Roll on Table: Epic Weapons
1 This price is for 50 arrows, crossbow bolts, or sling bullets.
2 See Table: Specific Weapons.
3 See Table: Melee Weapon Special Abilities for melee weapons or
Table: Ranged Weapon Special Abilities for ranged weapons.

Table: Epic Weapons

d%Enhancement BonusMarket Price
01–21+11+2,420,000 gp
22–39+12+2,880,000 gp
40–54+13+3,380,000 gp
55–66+14+3,920,000 gp
67–76+15+4,500,000 gp
77–84+16+5,120,000 gp
85–90+17+5,780,000 gp
91–94+18+6,480,000 gp
95–97+19+7,220,000 gp
98–99+20+8,000,000 gp
100Roll again and add +10 to bonus12
1This is cumulative if rolled multiple times.
2 For enhancement bonuses higher than +20, the market price modifier is equal to the square of the bonus x20,000 gp.

Table: Weapon Type Determination

d%Weapon Type
01–70Roll on Table: Common Melee Weapon
71–80Roll on Table: Uncommon Melee Weapons
81–100Roll on Table: Ranged Weapons

Table: Common Melee Weapons

d%Weapon1Weapon Cost2
01–04Dagger+302 gp
05–14Greataxe+320 gp
15–24Greatsword+350 gp
25–28Kama+302 gp
29–41Longsword+315 gp
42–45Mace, light+305 gp
46–50Mace, heavy+312 gp
51–54Nunchaku+302 gp
55–57Quarterstaff3+600 gp
58–61Rapier+320 gp
62–66Scimitar+315 gp
67–70Shortspear+302 gp
71–74Siangham+303 gp
75–84Sword, bastard+335 gp
85–89Sword, short+310 gp
90–100Waraxe, dwarven+330 gp
All magic weapons are masterwork weapons.
1 For weapons normally made of steel, roll d% to determine material: 01–85 steel; 86–99 adamantine; 100 other. Adjust price accordingly.
2 Add to enhancement bonus on Table: Weapons to determine total market price.
3 masterwork weaponsdouble weapons incur double the masterwork cost to account for each head (+300 gp masterwork cost per head for a total of +600 gp). Double weapons have separate bonuses for their different heads. If randomly determined, the second head of a double weapon has the same enhancement bonus as the main head (01–50 on d%), doubling the cost of the bonus, or its enhancement bonus is one less (51–100 on d%) and it has no special abilities.

Table: Uncommon Melee Weapons

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d%Weapon1Weapon Cost 2
01–03Axe, orc double3+660 gp
04–07Battleaxe+310 gp
08–10Chain, spiked+325 gp
11–12Club+300 gp
13–16Crossbow, hand+400 gp
17–19Crossbow, repeating light or heavy+550 gp
20–21Dagger, punching+302 gp
22–23Falchion+375 gp
24–26Flail, dire3+690 gp
27–31Flail, heavy+315 gp
32–35Flail, light+308 gp
36–37Gauntlet+302 gp
38–39Gauntlet, spiked+305 gp
40–41Glaive+308 gp
42–43Greatclub+305 gp
44–45Guisarme+309 gp
46–48Halberd+310 gp
49–51Halfspear+301 gp
52–54Hammer, gnome hooked3+620 gp
55–56Hammer, light+301 gp
57–58Handaxe+306 gp
59–61Kukri+308 gp
62–63Lance, heavy+310 gp
64–65Lance, light+306 gp
66–67Longspear+305 gp
68–70Morningstar+308 gp
71–72Net+320 gp
73–74Pick, heavy+308 gp
75–76Pick, light+304 gp
77–78Ranseur+310 gp
79–80Sap+301 gp
81–82Scythe+318 gp
83–84Shuriken+301 gp
85–86Sickle+306 gp
87–89Sword, two-bladed3+700 gp
90–91Trident+315 gp
92–94Urgrosh, dwarven3+650 gp
95–97Warhammer+312 gp
98–100Whip+301 gp
All magic weapons are masterwork weapons weapons.
1 For weapons normally made of steel, roll d% to determine material: 01–85 steel; 86–99 adamantine; 100 other. Adjust price accordingly.
2 Add to enhancement bonus on Table: Weapons to determine total market price.
3 masterwork weaponsdouble weapons incur double the masterwork weapons cost to account for each head (+300 gp masterwork weapons cost per head for a total of +600 gp). Double weapons have separate bonuses for their different heads. If randomly determined, the second head of a double weapon has the same enhancement bonus as the main head (01–50 on d%), doubling the cost of the bonus, or its enhancement bonus is one less (51–100) and it has no special abilities.
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Table: Ranged Weapons

d%WeaponWeapon Cost1
01–10Ammunition
01–50Arrows (50)+350 gp
51–80Bolts, crossbow (50)+350 gp
81–100Bullets, sling (50)+350 gp
11–15Axe, throwing+308 gp
16–25Crossbow, heavy+350 gp
26–35Crossbow, light+335 gp
36–39Dart+300 gp 5 sp
40–41Javelin+301 gp
42–46Shortbow+330 gp
47–51Shortbow, composite+375 gp
52–56Shortbow, composite (+1 Str bonus)+450 gp
57–61Shortbow, composite (+2 Str bonus)+525 gp
62–65Sling+300 gp
66–75Longbow+375 gp
76–80Longbow, composite+400 gp
81–85Longbow, composite (+1 Str bonus)+500 gp
86–90Longbow, composite (+2 Str bonus)+600 gp
91–95Longbow, composite (+3 Str bonus)+700 gp
96–100Longbow, composite (+4 Str bonus)+800 gp
All magic weapons are masterwork weapons.
1 Add to enhancement bonus on Table: Weapons to determine total market price.

Table: Melee Weapon Special Abilities

d%Special AbilityMarket Price Modifier1
01–08Acidic blast+6 bonus
09–16Fiery blast+6 bonus
17–24Icy blast+6 bonus
25–32Lightning blast+6 bonus
33–40Mighty disruption+6 bonus
41–48Sonic blast+6 bonus
49–56Dread+7 bonus
57–61Anarchic power+8 bonus
62–66Everdancing+8 bonus
67–71Holy power+8 bonus
72–76Axiomatic power+8 bonus
77–81Unholy power+8 bonus
82–89Roll on nonepic magic item Table: Melee Weapon Special Abilities, then roll again on this table.
90–97Roll twice on nonepic magic item Table: Melee Weapon Special Abilities.
98–100Roll twice again2
1 Add to enhancement bonus on Table: Epic Weapons to determine total market price.
2 If a special ability is rolled twice, only one counts. If two versions of the same special ability are rolled, use the better.

Table: Ranged Weapon Special Abilities

d%Special AbilityMarket Price Modifier1
01–07Acidic blast+6 bonus
08–14Distant shot+6 bonus
15–21Fiery blast+6 bonus
22–28Icy blast+6 bonus
29–35Lightning blast+6 bonus
36–41Sonic blast+6 bonus
42–48Triple-throw+6 bonus
49–53Unerring accuracy+6 bonus
54–60Dread+7 bonus
61–65Anarchic power+8 bonus
66–70Holy power+8 bonus
71–75Axiomatic power+8 bonus
76–80Unholy power+8 bonus
81–88Roll on nonepic magic item Table: Ranged Weapon Special Abilities, then roll again on this table.
89–96Roll twice on nonepic magic item Table: Ranged Weapon Special Abilities.
97–100Roll twice again2
1 Add to enhancement bonus on Table: Weapons to determine total market price.
2 If a special ability is rolled twice, only one counts. If two versions of the same special ability are rolled, use the better.

Table: Specific Weapons

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Specific Epic Weapons

d%Specific WeaponMarket Price
01–18Stormbrand235,350 gp
19–33Quarterstaff of alacrity462,600 gp
34–48Souldrinker478,335 gp
49–60Backstabber770,310 gp
61–68Mace of ruin1,000,312 gp
69–72Gripsoul1,856,500 gp
73–78Elven greatbow2,900,400 gp
79–64Finaldeath3,580,308 gp
85–90Chaosbringer4,025,350 gp
91–94Holy devastator4,620,315 gp
95–98Unholy despoiler4,620,315 gp
99–100Everwhirling chain5,220,325 gp


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Magic Item Table G (d100)

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1-11

Weapon, +2

12-14

Figurine of wondrous power: Roll on 'Random Figurine of Wonderous Power'

15

Adamantine armor (breastplate)

16

Adamantine armor (splint)

17

Amulet of health

18

Armor of vulnerability

19

Arrow-catching shield

20

Belt of dwarvenkind

21

Belt of hill giant strength

22

Berserker axe

23

Boots of levitation

24

Boots of speed

25

Bowl of commanding water elementals

26

Bracers of defense

27

Brazier of commanding fire elementals

28

Cape of the mountebank

29

Censer of controlling air elementals

30

Armor, +1 chain mail

31

Armor of resistance (chain mail)

32

Armor,+ 1 chain shirt

33

Armor of resistance (chain shirt)

34

Cloak of displacement

35

Cloak of the bat

36

Cube of force

37

Daern's instant fortress

38

Dagger of venom

39

Dimensional shackles

40

Dragon slayer

41

Elven chain

42

Flame tongue

43

Gem of seeing

44

Giant slayer

45

Clamoured studded leather

46

Helm of teleportation

47

Horn of blasting

48

Horn of Valhalla (silver or brass)

49

Instrument of the bards (Canaith mandolin)

50

Instrument of the bards (Cli lyre)

51

loun stone (awareness)

52

loun stone (protection)

53

Ioun stone (reserve)

54

loun stone (sustenance)

55

Iron bands of Bilarro

56

Armor, + 1 leather

57

Armor of resistance (leather)

58

Mace of disruption

59

Mace of smiting

60

Mace of terror

61

Mantle of spell resistance

62

Necklace of prayer beads

63

Periapt of proof against poison

64

Ring of animal influence

65

Ring of evasion

66

Ring of feather falling

67

Ring of free action

68

Ring of protection

69

Ring of resistance

70

Ring of spell storing

71

Ring of the ram

72

Ring of X-ray vision

73

Robe of eyes

74

Rod of rulership

75

Rod of the pact keeper, +2

76

Rope of entanglement

77

Armor, +1 scale mail

78

Armor of resistance (scale mail)

79

Shield, +2

80

Shield of missile attraction

81

Staff of charming

82

Staff of healing

83

Staff of swarming insects

84

Staff of the woodlands

85

Staff of withering

86

Stone of controlling earth elementals

87

Sun blade

88

Sword of life stealing

89

Sword of wounding

90

Tentacle rod

91

Vicious weapon

92

Wand of binding

93

Wand of enemy detection

94

Wand of fear

95

Wand of fireballs

96

Wand of lightning bolts

97

Wand of paralysis

98

Wand of the war mage, +2

99

Wand of wonder

100

Wings of flying

Magic Item Table C

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