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Portable Doorknocker
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Strolen's comment on 2007-07-02 10:28 PM
Great for a quick diversion as well. Plant it for a consistant noise and go the other way. I would imagine it would work on any wood items and could be an interesting prank or used in the woods, again as a diversion of sorts or to mark a starting point in an obvious way in a mysterious fog or something. I don't know, just a fun, interesting item! Go to Comment
Portable Doorknocker
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manfred's comment on 2007-07-03 02:26 PM
Both silly and usable, as has been noted. Go to Comment
Portable Doorknocker
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Nobody's comment on 2007-07-03 08:32 AM
This Item makes me happy. I wish we had a little more room for little things like this sometimes. Not everything should be apocalyptic in scale.

-Nobody Go to Comment
Portable Doorknocker
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Scrasamax's comment on 2007-07-02 08:17 AM
Sore fingers? I think that is hilarious! Go to Comment
Portable Doorknocker
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EchoMirage's comment on 2007-07-02 10:02 AM
Okay, it made me smile. Go to Comment
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Murometz's comment on 2007-12-13 11:56 PM
Gravedigger and Portable Doorknob. I like your style there, Harvengure. I like your style. Go to Comment
Portable Doorknocker
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Drackler's comment on 2007-07-08 09:56 PM
As has been said previously, an amusing and usable post. It is a little short though. :( Go to Comment
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valadaar's comment on 2007-07-03 08:22 AM
An amusing little item. Go to Comment
Portable Doorknocker
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Harvengure's comment on 2007-07-03 03:50 PM
I'm sure some Dryad somewhere thought they would make great earings. :p Or you could attatch one to a wooden golem of some sort during battle and use it to pull it off balance or have the archer in the group shoot a rope through it and hoist the golem into the air. Of course, once it's up there, you can take turns to see who can hit it the hardest. :p Go to Comment
Bag of beholding
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Strolen's comment on 2007-07-02 10:32 PM
I second Scras's thought. "That is just old man McGregor. He just sits in the corner looking into his sack. He found it about two years ago...about the same time he started going a little crazy with his giggle fits."

Great mental picture! Go to Comment
Bag of beholding
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Scrasamax's comment on 2007-07-02 08:16 AM
I cant help but think of a dirty old sack-mage opening his bag, looking in and chuckling for no apparent reason. Go to Comment
Bag of beholding
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Cheka Man's comment on 2007-07-06 03:12 PM
Short but it is sweet. Go to Comment
Bag of beholding
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Murometz's comment on 2014-10-17 03:54 PM
come back Altheon! :P Go to Comment
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Drackler's comment on 2007-07-03 05:59 PM
Yes that is an interesting image. This sub is a little short, but it is actually a nifty idea. Go to Comment
Bag of beholding
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axlerowes's comment on 2010-11-01 05:29 PM


I like it, straight to the point.


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Bag of beholding
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valadaar's comment on 2007-07-02 01:36 PM
I like it, though brief as well. Go to Comment
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Altheon's comment on 2013-12-10 02:19 PM
In a game I had run for my home group, I also created an item called a Bag of Beholding. Instead of it being used for a scrying spell, it was actually a specially enchanted Spectator beholderkin that had been turned inside out to form an especially leathery Bag of Holding. It was special in that if the Bag of Beholding was turned inside out, it would revert to beholderkin form, and would make an ally for the party. Especially useful in that items placed inside the Bag of Beholding weren't expelled when it was turned inside out; instead the Spectator could retrieve these items at-will for the players, and could add new items into it's bag space by seemingly eating them.

However, my players never got that far, they suspected it was dangerous, and turned it over to a rival team of adventurers. When they heard the exploits of this other team, and their new Bag of Beholding, they launched a crusade to slaughter the other team and take back the Bag.

Needless to say, they were quite evil. Go to Comment
Bag of beholding
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Altheon's comment on 2013-12-10 02:22 PM
Sorry, new poster here. :P I added this bit in as a comment, but it works better as a new idea. So I will repost it here, hope you enjoy it.

"In a game I had run for my home group, I also created an item called a Bag of Beholding. Instead of it being used for a scrying spell, it was actually a specially enchanted Spectator beholderkin that had been turned inside out to form an especially leathery Bag of Holding. It was special in that if the Bag of Beholding was turned inside out, it would revert to beholderkin form, and would make an ally for the party. Especially useful in that items placed inside the Bag of Beholding weren't expelled when it was turned inside out; instead the Spectator could retrieve these items at-will for the players, and could add new items into it's bag space by seemingly eating them.

However, my players never got that far, they suspected it was dangerous, and turned it over to a rival team of adventurers. When they heard the exploits of this other team, and their new Bag of Beholding, they launched a crusade to slaughter the other team and take back the Bag.

Needless to say, they were quite evil." Go to Comment
Key of Returning
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manfred's comment on 2007-07-02 03:36 PM
It is okay, but not special in any way. Go to Comment
Key of Returning
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Scrasamax's comment on 2007-07-02 08:09 AM
I could use a set of keys like this, but I think I would put the enchantment on the keychain itself. Spartan in it's execution, the idea is sound. Go to Comment
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       By: MoonHunter

Arkths or Ravagers: These are large landbound crablike creatures about the size of Grizzly Bears. They live partially in the astreal plane. Their food is magic. They can sense it at huge distances. Since spells and such are hard to eat (being in motion) and magical places are the equivalent of a sea of krill to them, they are looking for magic stashed in concrete places. Their primary food source is magic items, alchemical potions, and enchantments. They do a pretty good job of mangling/ eating the physical aspect of said items in the process of chowing down. These things will be the bane of dungeons everywhere, as they will slowly eat away much of the treasure (and the magical traps... so it can be advantagous to follow these things). Note: They will attack people with highly magical natures (i.e. high magic powers). They will probably kill the person in the process of sucking out the power.

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