D&D 3.5 - costs to upgrade existing magic items
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    D&D 3.5 - costs to upgrade existing magic items

    I'm trying to figure out how much it would cost (at standard rates) to upgrade the following items in D&D 3.5:

    Wildshape Leather Armor +2 (bring it up to +5)

    Ring of Protection +3 (bring it up to +5)

    By "upgrade" I mean getting magician to add pluses to the existing items, if that's possible, rather than selling them and repurchasing the stronger ones.

    Thanks!

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    I've always calculated the cost of the original item, calculated the cost of the upgraded item, and paid the difference between the two costs.

    Johnathan
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    That looks like the best way to do it. Thanks!

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    That's pretty much the rule.

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