Friday, December 14, 2012


4e made a large change to the way that magic items were created in D&D.  And it was about damn time.  Gone are the days of having to search high and low for someone to buy that extra +1 blah off you so you can get what you really wanted.  Now you can distill it down to its component essence and build the damn item yourself.  Finally an entire swath of useless bookkeeping was cut out of the game.  Huzzah!

Art from GIS for Residuum

LooneyDM out


  1. Someone decided the Artificer's crafting pool was just too good to give up, I s'pose.
    I was just glad to see the XP cost take a hike. :/

  2. I like the Artificer's crafting pool. Glad the idea made it back as residuum. The xp cost was both brutal and annoying. It's always hard to deal with the crafter being behind the party as well as at a different xp total.