Selkey's Ultimate Sensational Sack
This magical bag is one of the many wondrous items created by the Grand Alchemist, Selkey, a Sorceress of great power who is known for her many extraordinary potions. It is said that Selkey created the first of her Sensational Sacks to keep all of her precious metals, gems and potions safe. To make this bag is a skill every one of her apprentices must master in order to become full Alchemists. From the quality of the materials used in the bag itself to the expansive room for your valuable books. Selkey's Sensational Sack will carry all that you will need for your own adventuresE wherever those will take you.
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