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100 Sarcophagi and Coffins for a Dungeon (5E)


Living creatures get buried, and often in some form of sarcophagus or coffin. This supplement has 100 different sarcophagi and coffins to find. In some cases, the container itself is unusual; in others, it's the contents that are strange. Some are potentially dangerous. They can be used to decorate locations or as potentially something more.

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  • Scars mark the outside of the sarcophagus, where it appears (DC 5 Wisdom (Perception) check) that gemstones that used to be fixed into the stone have been pried out.
  • The area around the sarcophagus, about 5' away from it in every direction, is noticeably darker than the rest of the room (DC 5 Wisdom (Perception) check notices; the light level is one category lower if appropriate).
  • The body inside the sarcophagus has been beheaded. The head is not with the rest of the body.
  • The coffin is made from wood the colour of fresh blood (identified with a DC 5 Wisdom (Medicine) check).
  • The coffin lacks any kind of lid and looks (DC 5 Wisdom (Perception) check) like it never had one. Inside, the bones of a single human skeleton, each pristine and clean of any flesh, have been carefully laid out in the positions they would occupy.

One page is the front cover, one the front matter, one is ads and one the Open Game License.

The supplement is also available in the following versions: Pathfinder and system neutral. You do not need all versions.

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