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Chests. They're a common element in fantasy RPGs, because they are frequently where treasure is found. But what if the chest didn't contain treasure, but was the treasure?

This supplement has 36 magical chests suitable for fantasy role playing games, especially those that could be considered OSR, but also other d20 systems. There are some generalised references to stats, which will work for many systems.

These can be used by a Game Master to flesh out a location or a treasure hoard with a chest that is interesting. Some of the chests are useful, whilst others are dangerous to mess with.

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  • Chest of Illumination: Whilst closed, the chest of illumination looks like an ordinary chest. When it is opened, light shines out from the interior. The user of the chest can adjust the amount of light the chest of illumination gives out, from the bottom end, which is at the level of a single candle, to the top end, which is the equivalent of noon in a desert on a cloudless day. Creatures that have problems seeing with bright light will be affected by the chest of illumination, but the light isn't like daylight and so creatures that are harmed by normal daylight are not harmed by the chest of illumination in that way.
  • Chest of Mending: The chest of mending is used to keep clothes in perfect condition. Clothes can be placed inside the chest of mending, then retrieved 8 hours later. The chest of mending will work with any amount of clothes that can fit inside with the lid shut, whether this be a single item or a chestful, and will work on anything nonmagical, include footwear. Once the clothes are placed inside and the lid shut, the chest cannot be opened again without forcing it, which destroys the chest, until the cycle is complete. Once the chest opens again, all clothes inside are shown to be both clean and mended.


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