Equipment Maker Volume 5: Rings PDF
Equipment Maker Volume 5 - Rings
Everyone who goes on an adventure uses equipment. Without it, their adventuring days would come to a halt quite quickly.
This generator doesn’t give you the details of any powers or abilities that are named or generated, that part is left up to you. It could simply be a description or the names could have real abilities tied to them.
This edition of Equipment Maker covers rings , a round band, usually of metal, worn as an ornamental piece of jewellery around the finger, or sometimes the toe.
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