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D&D 5E EN5ider #433 - Enchanted Trinkets: Handy Enchantments

EN5ider has 11 new magic items for your 5E game including a book, boots, candle, hat, jewelry, monocle, shield, staff—even a steering wheel!

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  • 433. Enchanted Trinkets: Handy Enchantments. Rope, climbing gear, an extra dagger—and don't forget an enchanted trinket! This issue of the series brings 11 new affordable and ingenious items for adventurers of all kinds, including the spring-loaded boots of bounding for explorers that want a spry step, imbuing enchanted earring or fancy monocle of detection for socialites in need of a bit of aid, and the staff of staggering for anyone that wants to pack a wallop! Delightfully designed by Levi Thompson, illustrated by Jared M. Boone.
  • 432. Spells: Gastronomicon. Magic can unleash terrible destructive forces, allow travel between dimensions, and even alter a creature's mind but it has perhaps an even more rewarding use: making meals that are truly enchanted! Included in the halfling master chef (and wizard) Lilian Prowfeet's eponymous cookbook are a dozen spells perfectly suited to this delicious task whether that's to ready a massive serving of soup with boil, catch a difficult and particular prey with a casting of hunter's moon pie, or just to clean up after a dragon hunter's feast with a bit of help from a scouring song! Deliciously designed by Marc Kenobi, illustrated by Jesse Mohn.
  • 431. War Machines. Duergar, gnomes, goblins, halflings, kobolds—in combat their opponents usually have an edge because of their smaller size but this doesn't always have to be so. Indeed the devices they've engineered make them more than a match for much bigger opponents, ingenious contraptions that their enemies know to fear: the duergar tunnel mantlet, gnomish armored steam suit, goblin coal tank, halfling battlewagon, and kobold clockwork dragon. Dangerously designed by Anthony Pryor, illustrated by Erik Davis-Heim.
  • 430. Dangerous Scenarios: Last Stop. The landscape around the party gradually turns darker, slowly transforming into an oily marsh—but a storm rushes onward, forcing them to seek out shelter. The only respite in the bog is the Last Stop Coaching Inn, though the adventurers soon discover the people in this cursed place are much more than they seem! Deviously designed by Marc Kenobi, illustrated by Xanditz, featuring cartography by Dyson Logos.
  • 429. Tip of the Tongue: Part Three. This section of the mind-bending adventure about a cataclysmic idea includes the statistics for monsters and NPCs encountered in part one and part two, from the rulers of cities the party must entreat for aid to the alien monsters that invade their world! Baroness Tenvi Sahasika (CR 5), caulborn (CR 7), Duke Girman Kai (CR 6), Hirsli Aptal (CR 6), Kit Mha (CR 8), Kurtaric Kahraman (CR 11), Lord Percival Budali (CR 2), Mitk’ (CR 12), vergeten commander (CR 3), vergeten scion (CR 6), vergeten soldier (CR 2), and yithian (CR 9).
 

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