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See also Chests and Coffers in the Treasure Section.





(See also Magical Summoning Bowls and Levitating Disks above.)

Cauldrons and other Cookware

Crockery, Drinkware & Utensils

Sacks & Bags

See also Moneybags in the Treasure section.

Jugs, Bottles, Vases & Jars

See also Urns in the Cemetary Section.

Trunks & Other Luggage


Too small to hold a human corpse, so they offen are used for money. Those made of metal for extra strength add a lovely chink! chink! sound that boosts the air of superiority of the owner (which is about to be mugged by that guy lurking in the shadows). What a great way to meet new people!

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Open and Occupied


Round-Lidded Treasure Chests

The all-time favorite for treasures of all kinds, it's also joyfully happy to hold your play costumes, whether you decorate it with '70's flower power decals or not.

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Angle-Lidded Chests

Stronger than the Flat-lidded Trunk, but more stackable than the round-lidded chest, these are pleased to serve academics and librarians, provided mothballs or cedar are provided to stave the bugs off the taxidermied museum specimens and all that paper.

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Open and Occupied


Flat-lidded Trunks

Rarely used for treasure, but often used for old clothes that can't shake the smell of Granny, this general purpose species often sulks in attics, adding a tangible neglected atmosphere to the place. What contentment they muster is gone once they've been relegated to the dank basement to temporarily hold a corpse when there's no rug handy. It could be worse... it could be chained closed and sank in the sea for all time to contain some undead thing.

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Open and Occupied


Unsorted coffers, chests and trunks


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