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Choose your weapon and stride boldly into battle with Pathfinder RPG Ultimate Equipment! Within this handy, all-in-one reference, you’ll find 400 jam-packed pages of magic items and adventuring gear, from simple camping equipment and weapons up to the most earth-shaking artifacts. Included as well are handy rules references, convenient price lists, and extensive random treasure generation tables, all organized to help you find what you need, when you need it. With this vast catalog of tools and treasures, the days of boring dragon hoards are over, and your hero will never be caught unprepared again.

Pathfinder RPG Ultimate Equipment is a must-have companion volume to the Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook. This imaginative tabletop game builds on more than 10 years of system development and open playtests featuring more than 50,000 gamers to create a cutting-edge RPG experience that brings the all-time best-selling set of fantasy rules into the new millennium.

    Pathfinder RPG Ultimate Equipment includes:
  • Thousands of items both magical and mundane, including the best weapons, armors, magic items, and gear from the Pathfinder RPG hardcover line and select other Pathfinder sources, as well as hundreds of never-before-seen items.
  • Tons of special materials and magical abilities to help you create exactly the magic item you’ve been looking for.
  • A wealth of specific magic items, organized by type to ensure your character is always wearing as much magic as possible.
  • An innovative new treasure generation system, designed to help GMs roll up exactly what they need, every time.
  • New alchemical weapons, tools, and poisons.
  • Kits to help your character get the most out of her skills or profession, plus new mounts, animal companions, and retainers.
  • Descriptions of every item, plus hundreds of full-color illustrations to aid in window-shopping.
  • AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-449-8

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Silver Crusade

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DungeonmasterCal wrote:
I know someone on here is more of a bean counter than I am, so what is the approximate ratio of new stuff in the UEG to reprinted stuff?

Well it's a 400 page book and every item in the magic item section from the core book are in there, all the normal stuff too. I would have to guess but about 40 - 55 % are new.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Card Game, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

We were using the book today and noticed that table 7-13 Random Weapons on page 370 is missing results for die rolls for 66-84 on the chart.

Are there plans to put out an errata soon?


When I look at the definition of the halfling sling staff, I always think of a lacrosse stick being used. Which is more probable to imagine fighting with than a forked stick with a sling between it's branches. The lacrosse image is what I use with my adventure group.


Bug report: The text for Spellguard Bracers has a typo in the PDF in that it appears correctly on the printed page, but is actually "Sp ellguard Bracers" which means searches for it will not find the actual entry, only the index listings.


Just got my print version from my local hobby store, looks very good :)

Something I didn't quite understand on the wondrous items sections, what does the CL mean in practice? Does it mean that the wielder need a caster level of X? The description didn't seem that self explanatory to me :(

Thanks for another good product :)


amir90 wrote:

Something I didn't quite understand on the wondrous items sections, what does the CL mean in practice? Does it mean that the wielder need a caster level of X? The description didn't seem that self explanatory to me :(

The wielder doesn't need to have a caster level at all, usually.

There are two main uses for an item's caster level:

- It's used when identifying an item with the use of the Spellcraft skill.

- It's used to determine spell-effects with variables that are based on caster level (an item allowing you to cast fly would have its duration based on the item's CL, while an item allowing you to cast fireball would have its damage based on the item's CL).


Are wrote:
amir90 wrote:

Something I didn't quite understand on the wondrous items sections, what does the CL mean in practice? Does it mean that the wielder need a caster level of X? The description didn't seem that self explanatory to me :(

The wielder doesn't need to have a caster level at all, usually.

There are two main uses for an item's caster level:

- It's used when identifying an item with the use of the Spellcraft skill.

- It's used to determine spell-effects with variables that are based on caster level (an item allowing you to cast fly would have its duration based on the item's CL, while an item allowing you to cast fireball would have its damage based on the item's CL).

It didn't say that specifically (unless I missed something very important part in the book).

Thanks for the clarification, it didn't make sense that most magic items would be un-usable for most classes. :)

Contributor

amir90 wrote:
It didn't say that specifically (unless I missed something very important part in the book).

It's explained in the magic item rules in the Core Rulebook, page 460.

Qadira

Ill_Made_Knight wrote:
Does anyone know when it will be on the srd? I am waiting to see if I will need to buy it for PFS

This one is very time-consuming and labor intensive because many of the items either did not change at all, or only have minor, non-mechanically affecting wording changes. We have to essentially go over each and every item and see if it's worth replacing what we have with the new stuff. Gah sometimes this job sucks! :)


About the only negative this book has for me is it had no new weapons and armor that wasn't covered elsewhere in Pathfinder products, and some of it was left out. (armored kilt)


The Snapleaf wondrous item found on page 319 seems to beg for some errata. It allows for nearly constant invisibility, including in combat, for just 750 gp since there are no restrictions on when or how often it can be activated. And it's slotless to boot!


Mike Lindner wrote:
The Snapleaf wondrous item found on page 319 seems to beg for some errata. It allows for nearly constant invisibility, including in combat, for just 750 gp since there are no restrictions on when or how often it can be activated. And it's slotless to boot!

Nevermind me! I just reread the feather fall spell and noticed that it can only affect freefalling objects and creatures. That combined with the restriction of "The item cannot be activated to provide just one of these two effects; they are always activated simultaneously." means it works how I first thought, not how I second-guessed myself.


bugleyman wrote:
Jim Groves wrote:
Yet, to read your perception of it, you seem to think they could care less.

Don't you mean "couldn't care less?"

*runs and hides*

FINALLY! Someone else GETS it!

Its a huge pet peeve of mine when someone uses that saying wrong.

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Mike Lindner wrote:
The Snapleaf wondrous item found on page 319 seems to beg for some errata. It allows for nearly constant invisibility, including in combat, for just 750 gp since there are no restrictions on when or how often it can be activated. And it's slotless to boot!

It's a one-use item.


This question popped up on reddit a few hours ago. I figured someone around here would know.

Quote:
Anyone know who drew the chapter 2 artwork? The one where Damiel and Valeros are in the middle of a zombie horde?


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Sean K Reynolds wrote:
Mike Lindner wrote:
The Snapleaf wondrous item found on page 319 seems to beg for some errata. It allows for nearly constant invisibility, including in combat, for just 750 gp since there are no restrictions on when or how often it can be activated. And it's slotless to boot!
It's a one-use item.

Maybe I'm missing something but how would one know that by the text? I suppose one could infer it by the name including "snap" as in "I suppose you're supposed to snap it in half when you use it?"

Just curious.


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MJinthePitt wrote:

This question popped up on reddit a few hours ago. I figured someone around here would know.

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Anyone know who drew the chapter 2 artwork? The one where Damiel and Valeros are in the middle of a zombie horde?

That's honestly one of my favorite pieces of art along with the story that goes with it.

It looks like Damiel gave Valeros <puts on sunglasses> the cold shoulder.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Yea, the alchemist picture is just awesome!

Wouldn't mind that as a background!

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jreyst wrote:
Sean K Reynolds wrote:
Mike Lindner wrote:
The Snapleaf wondrous item found on page 319 seems to beg for some errata. It allows for nearly constant invisibility, including in combat, for just 750 gp since there are no restrictions on when or how often it can be activated. And it's slotless to boot!
It's a one-use item.
Maybe I'm missing something but how would one know that by the text? I suppose one could infer it by the name including "snap" as in "I suppose you're supposed to snap it in half when you use it?"

Honestly, I think I had the same question when I first saw the item submitted to RPG Superstar...


Sean K Reynolds wrote:
jreyst wrote:
Sean K Reynolds wrote:
Mike Lindner wrote:
The Snapleaf wondrous item found on page 319 seems to beg for some errata. It allows for nearly constant invisibility, including in combat, for just 750 gp since there are no restrictions on when or how often it can be activated. And it's slotless to boot!
It's a one-use item.
Maybe I'm missing something but how would one know that by the text? I suppose one could infer it by the name including "snap" as in "I suppose you're supposed to snap it in half when you use it?"
Honestly, I think I had the same question when I first saw the item submitted to RPG Superstar...

The earliest version I found, says single use and a more limited duration for the Invisibility.

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SamoshQuarnen wrote:
When I look at the definition of the halfling sling staff, I always think of a lacrosse stick being used. Which is more probable to imagine fighting with than a forked stick with a sling between it's branches. The lacrosse image is what I use with my adventure group.

A sling staff isn't like a slingshot. This link has a basic description. The lacross analogy isn't far wrong, but it's more like a trebuchet than a solid-arm catapult.


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Sean K Reynolds wrote:
jreyst wrote:
Sean K Reynolds wrote:
Mike Lindner wrote:
The Snapleaf wondrous item found on page 319 seems to beg for some errata. It allows for nearly constant invisibility, including in combat, for just 750 gp since there are no restrictions on when or how often it can be activated. And it's slotless to boot!
It's a one-use item.
Maybe I'm missing something but how would one know that by the text? I suppose one could infer it by the name including "snap" as in "I suppose you're supposed to snap it in half when you use it?"

Honestly, I think I had the same question when I first saw the item submitted to RPG Superstar...

I have to echo jreyst's comment. I looked at the linked thread of the original submission and the text indicating it is supposed to be single use was removed when published in UE. Please add this to the FAQ or errata when you can.

There are some items that seem to be single use with the assumption that people can identify them as such without explicit wording, such as the Apple of Eternal Sleep, but there are others such as this where I don't believe it as so clear. Hindsight being what it is, it would have been nice to just have a little icon added to items that are single-use or a table of them somewhere; a standard symbol to indicate it would also eliminate the need to spell it out in every entry.

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion Subscriber

As noted in this thread there appears to be a Widen Spell Metamagic Rod listed on the table in the PDF, but it doesn't actually have an entry like the other metamagic rods do, I suspect this is an error.

Cheliax

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I wish torch of solidity or something like it made it intot this book

Osirion

David Schwartz wrote:
A sling staff isn't like a slingshot. This link has a basic description.

I love how the picture of the staff-slinger on the boat (at the Battle of Sammich) also has an archer either shooting a turkey leg or one of Green Arrow's boxing glove arrows at someone. :)


So having now used this to equip a character, and now as a GM checking over my player's characters, I have to say I really appreciate this book. I'd say my only complaint is the weight issue on the kits, which I might just disallow in the future. (I actually use the encumbrance rules.)


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Those weights were intended to be lower, last I heard. You could of course just scribble in their correct weights for both Medium and Small critters.


I just glanced through this at a local bookstore, and I was surprised to see how many great things there are in this book. I liked the descriptions given for lamellar and four-mirror armor (though with the latter, does it actually provide a +6 armor bonus for just 45 gold? Isn't that pretty good armor for such a low price?), and the new alchemical weapons were very cool. I especially like the fuse and pellet bombs -- now I can put grenadiers into a Kingmaker army.

Didn't get much of a chance to see the new magic items, but the winter wolf cloak (I think?) was cool; I've always liked winter wolves, and the chance to be one is great. And I like the various crowns and such. Again, they'll be great for that Kingmaker campaign I keep hoping to run.

It's a great book, Paizo; and I am definitely going to be buying it!


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are all special materials considered masterwork? I notice some do not have that explicitly stated in their description. Griffon Mane, Living Steel, Elysian Bronze, etc...


Chernobyl wrote:
are all special materials considered masterwork? I notice some do not have that explicitly stated in their description. Griffon Mane, Living Steel, Elysian Bronze, etc...

If it doesn't say so, then no. Not every special material is masterwork right from the get-go.

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion Subscriber

Just noticed large problem on the random weapons list. The list skips all rolls between 66-84 right between rapier and spear.

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion Subscriber

Question about the Ring of transposition. I believe the way it's supposed to work is to allow you to change places with another ring wearer but the way it's worded it seems that just the aforementioned ring and the transposition ring swap places. Could someone please explain this?


doc the grey wrote:
Question about the Ring of transposition. I believe the way it's supposed to work is to allow you to change places with another ring wearer but the way it's worded it seems that just the aforementioned ring and the transposition ring swap places. Could someone please explain this?

It does both. First, the wearer exchanges places with the wearer of the bonded ring:

"Once per day, the wearer of the ring of transposition can speak a command word to exchange places with the creature wearing the bonded ring, which must be within 800 feet, as though using a dimension door spell against a willing target."

Then, the rings also swap:

"In the process, the ring of transposition trades places with the ring on the other creature’s hand, and the bond between the rings is broken."

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Card Game, Cards, Companion, Maps, Pawns, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber
doc the grey wrote:
Question about the Ring of transposition. I believe the way it's supposed to work is to allow you to change places with another ring wearer but the way it's worded it seems that just the aforementioned ring and the transposition ring swap places. Could someone please explain this?

I think you're misreading the definition. You definitely swap places.

Ultimate Equipment wrote:
Once per day, the wearer of the ring of transposition can speak a command word to exchange places with the creature wearing the bonded ring,

The remaining question is whether the ring of transposition ends up on the finger of the original wearer, or whether the rings stay in the same location while the people swap places. If there hadn't been any "explanatory" text I doubt if anyone would even have considered whether or not the original wearer ended up with the bonded ring in place of the ring of transposition, so all the description in UE does is to make things a whole lot less clear - I'm not sure what it is trying to say.


I believe the description means that the ring of transposition ends up on the other person's finger.

Qadira RPG Superstar 2008 Top 6, Contributor

Are wrote:

I believe the description means that the ring of transposition ends up on the other person's finger.

Correct. In some ways, you can think of it as the rings staying put, and the people moving.

Taldor

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The damage on the ring of shooting stars ball lightning seems off?

Qadira

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While updating d20pfsrd.com with the Ultimate Equipment content we noticed that the Daredevil softpaws/boots changed from their appearance in Advanced Race Guide.

In the ARG version whenever the wearer successfully moves though the space of an enemy without provoking an attack of opportunity, she gains a +2 bonus on attack rolls against that enemy until the end of her turn." whereas in Ultimate Equipment the bonus is only +1. We are assuming this was intentional and not an error or typo?


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Sean K Reynolds I have a question for you since James was unable to answer it he sent me to you. The question is what are the items used by the character described in the intro of Chapter 3? I have a player who is interested in either a) collecting them from the fallen hero or b)recreating them so he may become a hero of legend as well.

Designer

SolidHalo, if you are referring to the text on page 113, that is a work of fiction and not necessarily based on any actual game items. I'll ask James Sutter to take a look at this thread, as I think he wrote that and may be able to tell you if he had any specific magic items in mind.

Paizo Employee Senior Editor/Fiction Editor

Sean K Reynolds wrote:
SolidHalo, if you are referring to the text on page 113, that is a work of fiction and not necessarily based on any actual game items. I'll ask James Sutter to take a look at this thread, as I think he wrote that and may be able to tell you if he had any specific magic items in mind.

I believe that those items are going to be covered in either the upcoming Chronicle of the Righteous or Champions of Purity. Glad they captured your imagination! :D

Osirion

Paizo Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber

In the Game Mastery Guide, on page 118, is Table 5-2: Random Items. When this book first came out there were very few rods and staves (21 stave to be precise) so they only appeared on the MAJOR item generator.

Ultiate Equipment now has many more and there are now some designated at being MEDIUM. I looked thru the guide looking for a new Random Generator, but there isn't one that does as well as the one in the DMG.

If there is one that came out here, or if someone has made an updated one on their own, could I please get a link?

Thanks

Designer, RPG Superstar Judge

If you explained what you liked better about the other one, we might be able to answer what you're asking.

Osirion

Paizo Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber

I like the sheer randomness of the GMG table. For example, it is the best for determining a traveling merchant's goods. The merchant could have something for everyone to buy, if they have the money. Also, the GMG weapon table has a greater selection of than UE.

A table for determining lesser or greater tables (and least in the minor slotless items) would be nice. If not on a seperate table, it should be incorporated into the random table.
An example: 91-95 major lesser wondrous item; 96-100 major greater wondrous item.

Just some of my thoughts.

Grand Lodge

Was hoping to find it in this thread but didn't see it. In the CRB a Mithral Shield costs +1000gp, in UE it costs +1500gp same as Light Armor. Is this correct or a Typo?


Drake Brimstone wrote:
Was hoping to find it in this thread but didn't see it. In the CRB a Mithral Shield costs +1000gp, in UE it costs +1500gp same as Light Armor. Is this correct or a Typo?

Good catch. In both light armor costs 1,000 gp. It strikes me as odd that a shield would cost more, so I would assume that the CRB is correct until an official dev notes otherwise.

Grand Lodge

Your right, Light armor is +1000 in both... not sure why I thought it said +1500. The 500gp increase in the UE seems odd especialy concidering a Chain Shirt weighs 25 lbs and even a Heavy Shield is lighter at 15 lbs.

Designer, RPG Superstar Judge

+1,000 gp for a mithral shield is correct.

Paizo Employee Digital Products Assistant

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The OGL content from Ultimate Equipment is now available on the Pathfinder Reference Document. More information about this update can be found in this post.


Chris Lambertz wrote:
The OGL content from Ultimate Equipment is now available on the Pathfinder Reference Document. More information about this update can be found in this post.

Thank you.

Now - does anyone think that we can get it where other compilations like this will actually list the source book for the item in question?

That actually might drive sales of other books (hint hint)

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