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Party Treasure To Date

 
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 01, 2003 5:42 pm    Post subject: Party Treasure To Date Reply with quote

So I don't forget, here is the running tally of what we have thus far. We have assorted treasure and coinage that ammounts to 11,934GP which is 2396GP each.

And we have the following items which have not been divided or designated to be sold for the gold:

1 MW Full Plate
4 Long Swords
4 Spiked Chains
5 'Purple' Crossbow Bolts
1 Pearl - Power to recall spells with good description (?)
1 Mace - +1 Disruption (was this already allocated to Deltoria?)
1 Ring - silver/gold twined, +2 sacred saving against evil
1 Wand - Mirror Image (18 charges)
1 Ring - +1 Protection
1 Bead of Force
1 Cloak of Elvenkind
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