The Mother of All Treasure Tables (d20)
Kenzer and Company
Put the "oohs" and "aahs" back into your adventures! This hardcover tome provides a random selection of incredibly detailed descriptions for hundreds upon hundreds of treasure troves! Use the items within each hoard individually, or mix them into an astronomical number of combinations—more carefully thought out and detailed than any before! This book will augment your imagination, and drive your players' enthusiasm for more, while creative flair and painstaking research together provide you with details that are as complete as you can get! That's right—this is the Mother of All Treasure Tables!
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