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One Million Magic Items

The Unholy Banded Mail of Mind Shielding...

The Mithril Longbow of Piercing....

The Empyrean Halberd of Resurrection...

....And 999,997 More.

Magic Items -- the stuff of legends. The focus of adventure. The source of wonder and power.....A bit hard to pull off, when your players have memorized every magic item in the book.

One Million Magic Items gives harried Game Masters a way to inject that much-needed sense of wonder back into the acquisition of magic items. Gone are the days when a character wields a +1 sword, generic and carried by dozens of other characters across your campaign world. With a few rolls of the dice, that character now wields The Sorcerer's Sword of The Storm -- a weapon which gives him a Spell Resistance of 13, and allows him to Call Lightning Storm (as per the spell) once per day!

This supplement creates magic items by the combination of a Prefix, an Item, and a Suffix. Game Masters roll 1d100 on each table, and combine the results to create unique magic items for their campaigns. Three tables, with 100 options on each table, yielding one million possible results!

All Text Within This Product is 100% Open Content.

Requires the use of a Roleplaying Game Core Book published by Wizards of the Coast, Inc.

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June 20th, 2015
This product is a good grab and is great for quickly generating random magic items. One of my biggest gripes with the 3.5e OGL rules is that they don't cover many magical items. They DO cover a bunch of powers that you can combine to create magic ite [...]
April 5th, 2010
A fun little generator. However, on my first roll I discovered there is no #42 in any of the sections, and was not given an explanation for that. I get the D.A. joke, but is that why there is no #42 in any of the sections? It's slightly funny but a lit [...]
August 8th, 2007
How do you squeeze a MILLION magic items into 15 pages? That seems to be a bit of a magic trick itself. This collection of random roll charts is pretty clearcut and easy to use. Really captures the feel of the epic magic weapon quest. But GMs be forwar [...]
July 23rd, 2007
I really liked 'One Million Magic Items' and after looking at it I intend to use it with my primary gaming group. It is really easy to make quick items with it and you never get the same effects. I pre-rolled about 20 or so items and I came out with so [...]
July 9th, 2007
This PDF is exactly what it claims to be. It sounds like a fun idea which evokes a Diablo feel for magic items, so I decided to give it a shot. It's only $3.00, after all. As the description says, there are three sets of tables d100 tables for p [...]
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