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D&D 5E EN5ider #365 - Enchanted Trinkets: Highborn Luxuries

Today on EN5ider we present to you a collection of 8 enchanted trinkets designed exclusively for the most demanding and particular members of high society.

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  • 365. Enchanted Trinkets: Highborn Luxuries. This issue of EN5ider is all about living that medieval noble life—a path as fraught with intrigue as it is decadence. Give that viscount NPC a sly boost with a surprisingly dangerous defensive fire poker, turn that mansion's library into something special with a narrating book stand, keep your correspondence your own with security seals, or pick any of the other 8 new magic items in this article to really make someone in your world feel like they're properly rich! Indulgently designed by Peter Martin, illustrated by Júlio Rocha.
  • 364. Grandmother Grimm's Fairy Tale Emporium. Whether told by the table or around a roaring fire, now is the season of stories. With that in mind we present to you a charming collection of 9 magic items from tales that we've shared for centuries, unique treasures that will delight both you and your players. Who doesn't want an enchanted friend like the sentient candlestick, what spellcaster can learn of the rose of the enchantress without striving to attain it, and is there a rogue alive that won't kill to get their hands on a spindle of spinning? Superlatively designed by Elizabeth Orchard, illustrated by Ellis Goodson.
  • 363. Multiclass Feats: Masterclass Edition. This second Multiclass Feats article expands beyond the confines of the first, introducing mechanics for combining the core 5E classes with EN5ider's very own character classes! Make the most out of your savant wizard with Arcane Mastermind, achieve superlative mastery on the battlefield for your lodestar monk with Broken-Soul Ascetic, become peerless at subterfuge with your morph rogue using Formless Shadow, take control of your fatebending warlock's fate with Ocular Champion, or select any of the other 10 excellent feats in this supplement to make the most out of multiclassing. Masterfully designed by Peter Martin, illustrated by Indi Martin (no relation).
  • 362. ZEITGEIST #12: The Grinding Gears of Heaven - Part 3. This huge trove of monsters and NPCs in the ZEITGEIST Adventure Path collects a total of 31 (!) different baddies for high level play as well as a few more vehicles. That's not all! It also includes the end of the twelfth module in the series—which, depending on the approach the GM takes, may be the finale! Inside you will find a more potent Voice of Rot (CR 24), Golden Legion pit fiend (CR 20), Golden Legion horned devil (CR 14), Golden Legion erinyes (CR 12), Golden Legion glabrezu (CR 12), Golden Legion elite star (CR 12), Golden Legion company (CR 12), golden steam golem (CR 17), enslaved supplicant of Elofasp (CR 14), enslaved Elofasp ravant (CR 19), Star Marshall Lacacia (CR 17), General Paelyrion XVIII (CR 21), Rock Rackus (CR 15), Cailiy Buen the Aerial Monk (CR 16), Caeloon ascetics (CR 10), priest of Hunlow (CR 13), unholy boarding crew (CR 12), fallen angel of Hunlow (CR 16), Captain Thrusty (CR 21), Admiral Taracle (CR 22), vaknid vortexweavers (CR 16), vaknid webmasters (CR 17), slumbering savants (CR 17), grand savants (CR 21), kraken guardian (CR 18), elemental chum swarm (CR 15), the Carnivorous Mandala Beast of Thrag (CR 21), Doverspike the Vampiric Dragon (CR 22), chimeric elemental titan (CR 20), the Maddening Cat Ystis (CR 21), and the avatar of Srasma (CR 25). Plus handouts for players in this most epic campaign finale! Expect the first installment of the very last adventure material for the ZEITGEIST Adventure Path to release next month.
  • 361. Mini-Adventure: Sword Village. People know of the quaint town of Cedar Hollow because of the massive sword sunk into the ground nearby, a weapon that towers hundreds of feet in the air. For two centuries now it has loomed over the settlement without incident but now something is awry—rumors abound of angry spirits, endangered livestock, and unnatural noises haunting it. Can the adventurers solve the recent mysteries surrounding the gigantic blade, or will whatever curse or treachery around it reach fruition? This classic mini-adventure for 4–5 PCs of 5th–9th level was dutifully designed by Jim Mills, illustrated by Alba Palacio, and uses cartography by Dyson Logos.
 

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