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Legend: gm = gold Miza, sm = silver Miza, cm = copper Miza

1 gold Miza = 10 silver Miza = 100 copper Miza


Tools and Items


Due to the range of sizes that the races of Mizahar encompass; tiny Pycons to large Jamoura, tools and items can be purchased in the appropriate size. Note that the weight and cost of the item will either increase or decrease depending on the size modification.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Diminutive (1% the weight) Cost x 3 Tiny (10% the weight) Cost x .75 Small (50% the weight) Cost x .5
Medium N/A Large (200% the weight) Cost x 2

Artistic Tools

These are some items that may be useful to those engaging in various artistic pursuits. Brushes are made from ox hair (sabeline); or more rarely, squirrel, pony, goat, mongoose or badger. Paint is often created through the use of various pigments consisting of root extracts, burnt shells, blood, dried/crushed flowers and various types of clays and other organic materials. Binder for paints is often made from various types of oils, eggs, milk, and hide glue (glue made from cooking down of animal hides/remains).

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Tiny/Detail Brush 5 sm Small Brush 1 sm Medium Brush 8 cm
Large Brush 6 cm Charcoal (10 sticks) 5 cm Paint Pigment 5 sm - 2 gm / .5 gal
Paint Binder 5 sm - 3 gm / .5 gal Pallete (wooden) 2 sm Ink Sticks (10 sticks) These small sticks allow ink to be carried around in a more space friendly manner. The sticks are formed by mixing ink with a binder and then left in a solid form. The sticks may be used as solids or heated to a liquid. 3 gm


Item Price Item Price Item Price
Pail, Gallon 2 sm Bucket, 2-Gallon 5 sm Cask, 4-Gallon 7 sm
Barrel, 36-Gallon 2 gm Puncheon, 72-Gallon 10 gm Butt, 108-Gallon 20 gm
Tun, 216 Gallon 50 gm Vat, 450-Gallon 100 gm Pinewood Crate 5 cm / cubic-ft


There are a number of tools and materials used in the making of baskets and similar woven items. Baskets can be woven from wood, grass, straw, animal hair, animal hides and just about any material suitable for weaving. Listed below are some of the materials and tools used in basketweaving. The base cost of baskets are listed by size (small, medium and large). Basket quality is listed as simple, common, elaborate and fine with their listed cost being a modifier to the base basket cost. For example, a small basket costs 5 cm. A small, elaborate quality basket would cost 5 cm x 1.5 rounded up for a total of 8 cm. One could further modify a basket with different materials. So our small, elaborate basket could be made of Birch wood (x 1.5 modifier) to get a small, elaborate quality birchwood basket for a total of (8 x 1.5) 12 cm.

How to Figure Price: Basket-Size x Basket Quality x Basket Material = Final Price

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Basket, Small 5 cm Basket, Medium 1 sm Basket, Large 3 sm
Basket, Simple Simple baskets are just that, simple. They are quickly crafted for functionality without decor or any cosmetic flamboyancy. The construction is not all that great however and they wear out quickly. 1/2 cost Basket, Common Common baskets are well constructed and quite functional. They may possess a bit of coloring, ribbon or other simple decor and hold up to general use quite well. Listed Cost Basket, Elaborate Elaborate baskets are crafted with both decor and functionality in mind. They are often colorful and adorned with all manner of decoration and/or coloring. They will hold up quite well over extended use and can stand up to a lot of wear and tear. 1.5 cost
Basket, Very Fine Very Fine quality baskets are the epitome of master craftsmanship. They are often exotic looking with extravagant decor while maintaining unmatched durability and usefulness. x2 cost Beech wood A pale cream to pinkish-brown hardwood that eventually darkens to a pale reddish-brown. Favored for baskets because it does not impart taste or odor to food. Listed Cost Birch wood Birch is a straight grained, fine textured timber with creamy-white to pale-brown coloring. x 1.5
Black Ash wood Grayish-brown to light-brown hardwood. Listed Cost Horse-Chestnut wood A common hardwood, white in color, with occasional light gray streaks. Listed Cost Poplar wood A common, grayish-white hardwood. This light, soft, weak wood is commonly used in making baskets. Listed Cost
Reed A type of tall, grass-like plant of wet places. Commonly used in weaving baskets. 3/4 cost Basket Shave Plane A plane specialy designed to make wooden strips suitable for basket weaving. 1 gm Bodkin A blunt slender instrument with a large eye for drawing ribbon through a loop or hem. 5 sm
Bodkin, Curved Useful in adding stakes sideways to a base. 5 sm Bodkin, Thin Thinner than a basic bodkin. Useful for fine work. 4 sm Boxwood Cleave This small, roughly egg shaped tool is used for splitting softwood rods into strips 5 sm
Grease Horn A hollow steer horn containing cheesecloth soaked in tallow. The bodkin is inserted into the tallow in order to grease it prior to use. 4 sm Rapping Iron A flat, rectangular piece of iron with a ring on one end. The rapping iron is used for beating down the weaving. The ring is used to straighten thick rods. 6 sm Screw Block Two blocks of wood 30 inches long with a screw on either end that allows one to adjust the amount of space between the two boards. The screw block is used for weaving square lids and bases. 1 gm
Weaver's Knife A small curved blade attached to a handle for use in basketweaving 7 sm

Chests, Loxboxes, Drawers, Keys

Used to hold all manner of items from coins to clothing and everything in between, chests, lockboxes and drawers of all kinds are listed here. Quality modifiers DO NOT apply to locks, only the containers. Locks are listed and priced by quality. Locks may be purchased either separate from their containers or built in though costs remain the same either way. All containers listed with locks come with a matching key.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Low Quality Usually means the container is built with soft wood. There may be gaps or knotholes in the wood due to shoddy construction, weak hinges and overall poor hardware. The container does not look very sturdy or appealing to the eyes. Half Listed Cost Average Quality The container is crafted of average quality wood and bares the signs of good construction. It is solid with good hinges and hardware and looks sturdy and appealing to the eye. Listed Cost High Quality The container is of great craftsmanship and bares the signs of excellent construction. It is made of hardwood with strong hinges and hardware. The entire piece looks like great care was given to both appearance and functionality. 1.5 the Listed Cost
Apothecary Chest A low chest with dozens of tiny drawers, each used to store and organize medicinal herbs and other substances for later use. 40 gm Bachelor's Chest A small, low chest-of-drawers useful for those with few possessions. 30 gm Blanket Chest A large, simple chest used for general storage, usually kept in the bedroom. Often made of cedar to repel insects. 1 gm
Coffer/Lockbox A sturdy, heavy-lidded lockbox with recessed hinges and a prominent slot to facilitate the addition of coins. 1 gm Glove Box A small box used to store unused, possibly soiled gloves. 2 gm Great Chest An over-sized chest used for storing all manner of items. 4 gm
Haut Bois A tall chest of drawers composed of a base and a top section with drawers, which is often topped with a decorative piece of some sort. 20 gm Jewelry Box A small box lined with soft fabric for holding a small collection of jewelry 2 gm Knife and Cutlery Box A small box used to hold a variety of cutting utensils/implements 2 gm
Large Chest A large chest used for storing all manner of items 2 gm Lock, Amazing This lock is a thief's nightmare. Multiple tumblers and improved anti-lockpicking designs help make anything secured with this item sure to be protected from all but the most skill thieves. It is often designed with a good amount of decor as well. (L4 Larceny for lockpicking attempts) 150 gm Lock, Average The average lock is nothing grand however it is still rather functional. It is designed to deter simple thievery and provides some amount of security. (L2 Larceny for lockpicking attempts. 40 gm
Lock, Good A good lock is a friend to everyone but a would-be thief. Strong, with advanced design in construction, a good lock may also look a little fancier than its lessers. (L3 Larceny for lockpicking attempts) 80 gm Lock, Very Simple These locks are built to give piece of mind but little else. They are not very complicated and if someone were to want to pick them, chances are they could with but the slightest of skill. Still, they may slow down a thief even if they can't keep them out. (L1 Larceny for lockpicking attempts) 20 gm Mule Chest A chest with drawers in the base. 8 gm
Sewing Box A box used by women to neatly organize their collection of needles, threads, ribbons, laces, thimbles, yarns and every other sewing tool. 2 gm Spice Box A box used for storing jars of spices. 5 gm Small Chest A small chest used for storing all manner of items 1 gm
Vanity Box A box made to hold the various wardrobe accessories, perfumes, and finery for a those of wealth. 25 gm Key, Amazing It takes an amazing key to fit an amazing lock. Keymakers can make such keys to fit amazing quality locks. These keys are often quite odd in design and nearly impossible to duplicate. A Master Keymaker is needed to craft these. 75 gm Key, Average It takes an average key to fit an average lock. Keymakers can make such keys to fit average quality locks. These keys are straight-forward in design and not too difficult to duplicate. A Competent Keymaker is needed to craft these. 20 gm
Key, Good It takes an good key to fit a good lock. Keymakers can make such keys to fit good quality locks. These keys are rather unique in design and rather difficult to duplicate. An Expert Keymaker is needed to craft these. 40 gm Key, Very Simple It takes an very simple key to fit a very simple lock. Keymakers can make such keys to fit very simple quality locks. These keys are very basic in design and easy to duplicate. A Novice Keymaker is needed to craft these. 4 gm

Blacksmith Tools

These are some items that may useful to those practicing blacksmithing These are items commonly found in a smithy. Note the standard anvil followed by a short listing of different kinds. Certain anvils tend to be designed for varied types of smithing. Anvils and similar tools will have weights listed to give an idea as to how heavy they really are.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Anvil (70 lb) 45 gm Coachsmith's Anvil (80 lb) 50 gm Double-Horn Anvil (100 lb) 95 gm
Farriers' Anvil (35 lb) 20 gm Sawmakers' Anvil (40 lb) 65 gm Square Anvil (70 lb) 45 gm
Bellows 5 gm Great Bellows 15 gm Bick Iron (10 lb) Bick Irons are similar to anvils and smaller, but they have no base. The sharp bottom of a Bick Iron is commonly driven into a wood block or stump for temporary use. This allows the Bick Iron to be more portable. 5 sm
Botter (4 lb) An anvil-like tool used in conjunction with a hammer to bend metal. 6 sm Case Hardening Box (25 lbs) This box creates a hard shell from the surface of the iron piece. The piece is sealed in the container, packed with charcoal, and heated for a period of time. 2 gm Cinder Rake 5 sm
Coal Shovel 5 sm Fire Tool 2 sm Heading Tool Used for making bolts and nails. A different sized tool is required for each size of bolt or nail. 4 sm
Iron Drill 8 gm Metal Saw 4 gm Metal Vice 1 gm
Hand Vice 3 sm Pinchers 8 sm Screw Plates A flat metal plate with one or more holes drilled, tapped, and filed with a cutting edge for threading screws, pipes, or rods by hand. 5 gm
Sledge Hammer 1 gm Stone Hammer 10 gm Tongs 6 sm
Whetstone 2 cm Whetstone Wheel 20 gm

Hammers and Mallets

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Carpenter's Mallet 1 sm Carver's Mallet 3 sm Nail Hammer 5 sm
Stake Mallet 1 sm Nails(Metal) 5 sm / lb

Hand Tools

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Crowbar 2 gm Hoe 3 gm Pitchfork 1 gm
Rake 1 gm Shovel 2 gm Spade 2 gm
Clam Shovel This device is a long narrow-bladed shovel with a small rake built into the back side. Users can either dig with this device or rake the sand with it to collect clams 3 gm Clam Tube This device is a long narrow metal or ceramic tube that has a cross bar handle at the top. It is enclosed completely at the top save for a small hole a finger can easily cover and it is completely open at the bottom. Users can shove the tube into the sand above a clam dimple and cover the hole with a finger. Lifting, they bring the sand up out of the beach, move it to the side, and then release the hole uncovering it, which then releases the suction inside the tube thus causing the sand and clam to fall out on the beach exposed. 5 gm Wheelbarrow 5 gm

Axes (Tools)

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Adze An axlike tool with a curved blade at right angles to the handle, used for shaping wood. 7 sm Hatchet 6 sm Axe, Carpenter's An axe with a blade mounted at right angles to a short shaft. 1 gm
Axe, Carving An axe used to carve wood. 1 gm Axe, Splitting A long handled axe used for splitting wood. 5 sm Half-Hatchet Bares a broader head than a hatchet with a hammer tip on the edge opposite the blade. 4 sm

Cosmetics and Grooming

The following items are primarily used, on a regular basis at least, by those of wealth. Any of these listed cosmetic/grooming materials can be mixed and created by anyone with at least L1 Philtering.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Bath Salt Scented mineral salts that soothe the skin when bathing. 5 sm/6 oz Scented Vinegar A favored astringent used to tighten the skin. 8 sm/12 oz Skin Cream Creams used to soften and scent the skin. 1 gm/4 oz
Lye Soap Used to strip hair of it's natural color for artificial coloring. 5 sm/lb Powdered Soap 1 sm/2 oz Colored x2
Scented x2 Bar Soap 3 sm/2 oz Colored x2
Scented x3 Vanity Soap These are tiny little scented and colored soaps that are molded to look like birds, flowers, and other cute decorative shapes. 2 gm/2 oz Cold Cream A type of cleanser formulated to gently and quickly remove cosmetics. 1 gm/10 oz

Beauty Services

These are some of the services one may find in a shop that caters to beautifying their patrons. These services are offered only to those of wealth, at least on a regular basis. These services are all-inclusive in that service and care are often superb and the final product, barring outside interference, often lasts for many days at a time or until removed.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Cosmetics This includes the application of a variety of cosmetics meant to accentuate and even improve one's beauty. 25 gm Egg and Honey Facial 5 gm Herbal Facial 15 gm
Mud-pack Facial 10 gm Steam Facial 10 gm Hair Dying 15 gm
Hair Styling 25 Manicure 10 gm Pedicure 10 gm
Plucking 5 gm

Cosmetic/Grooming Items

It is important to note that most of these items are found in use (regular basis) by those with some amount of wealth. Also, all of the listed cosmetics can be mixed and created by anyone with at least L1 Philtering.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Cosmetic Brush 2 sm Face Pastes Decorative cosmetics in a variety of colors. Comes as powder, liquid, or pellets in pots for ease of transport. 1 sm/oz Face Powder A white or pastel face powder used to cover blemishes and imperfections. 1 sm/oz
Kohl A dark mineral powder used as an eyeliner. 1 sm/oz Lip Pomade A colored pomade painted on the lips. 1 sm/oz Powder-Puff 2 sm
Rouge A red or pink cosmetic for coloring the cheeks. 1 sm/oz Mouth-Wash A flavored antiseptic liquid used for cleaning the mouth and sweetening the breath. 5 sm/8 oz Toothpowder An economical alternative to the more expensive sweetened and flavored toothpastes. 3 sm/4 oz
Toothpaste A creamy abrasive paste flavored with various oils and extracts. 1 gm/4 oz Comb 1 gm Hair Brush 3 gm
Toothbrush 3 gm Hair Color Once stripped of color by using lye soap, hair can be recolored with these. They are made up of a variety of dyes. 1 gm Pomade A hair product made from a mixture of purified pork fat and wax, then scented with essential oils. Allows hair or wigs to be shaped and sculpted. 1 gm/10 oz
Wig Powder A powder made of starch used to color and/or scent wigs. 5 sm/lb Hair Kit Contains combs, hairpins, false hair, brushes, lye and colorings. It is a simple way to enhance attractiveness. This kit can also be used as an improvised disguise kit if a true disguise is unavailable. Must have the Disguise Skill though to use the kit in that manner. 25 gm Toilette Kit A portable sampler of soaps, perfumes, creams, powders, lotions, a mirror and applicators. It is the perfect set for anyone attempting to enhance their attractiveness. 25 gm
Cologne Alcohol and aromatic substances used as perfume. 1 gm/oz Scented Water The scented remains of distilled essential oils. Used for formulating cosmetics, creams and soaps. 5 sm/oz

Falconry Tools

These are some items that may be useful to those practicing falconry. Listed items include items for transporting, housing, and handling falcons and other large birds of prey.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Hood Ensures that the bird remains calm while in the presence of humans, as otherwise it may become alarmed and distraught. Made from leather that makes it thin and supple, yet strong and durable. (One or three pieces of leather may be used one hood. 3 pieces is stronger, and also more expensive.) 1-3 gm Perch Perches emulate the natural for the bird and are used in the bird's mews. (Mostly made from wood) 5-10 gm Mews A unique cage of sorts to confine the bird. 15 gm
Jesses Thin straps, traditionally made from leather, used to tether a hawk or falcon in falconry. They allow a falconer to keep control of a bird while it is on the glove or in training. 2 gm Falconry Gloves These gloves are typically made of thick, tanned cowhide. Both small gloves (used for small birds and falcons) and larger gloves (Used for eagles and other large birds). Small gloves end at the lower arm and large gloves go all the way up to the shoulder. 6 sm

Magecraft Tools

This is a list of the primary tools used in the art of Magecraft. While the materials needed to create said items can be purchased from the appropriate merchants, the items as they are below may only be crafted by a magesmith and/or purchased from one. These items may also be purchased as part of a Magical Laboratory specialized for Magecraft. See the section on Structures for more details.

These items are magecrafted items with an MC less than 1. This means that they are only useful in the magecrafting process and have no other use outside of that discipline. This also means that their cost is also much less so when compared to magecrafted items of MC 1.

While a magecrafter may purchase the following tools from another, they usually end up making their own as part of their initial studies as magecrafting is not a “Teach-Yourself or Do-It-Yourself” discipline or they use those of their mentors. The magecraft process requires all of the following items.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Optical Ring This device is composed of 1 inch thick, 2 inch tall, 3 foot diameter ring made of cold iron banded in copper. Attached to the ring are half-a-dozen adjustable clamps with settings in the top where lenses and mirrors can be put in place. There are three lenses and three mirrors that are set into the clamps. These optical tools are able to be positioned at varying points around the ring, at varying heights and angles to allow for the most optimized point for which to view an item to be magecrafted. The ring itself is not magecrafted however the materials it is made of work together to contain the djed manipulated in the center of the ring. 100 gm Magecraft Lens These lenses are simple magecrafted items possessing an MC below 1. They are essentially specially cut pieces of glass similar to those used in spyglasses. They are 3 inches in diameter and cloudy in color. When used by a magesmith as a part of the Optical Ring, the lens focuses the aura of an item being magecrafted so that the magesmith can see and monitor it. The lenses are useful only in 3’s and effective only when placed at just the right angle when viewing an item within the Optical Ring. 100 gm for 3 Magecraft Mirror These mirrors are simple magecrafted items possessing an MC below 1. They are only useful in 3’s and are cut to different sizes; 3 square inches, 6 square inches and 9 square inches. The mirrors help to focus and contain the djed within the confines of the Optical Ring. They are positioned between the three lenses on the Ring. 100 gm for 3
Magecraft Hammer While there are a number of different-sized hammers used in magecraft, they all serve effectively the same purpose. The Magecraft Hammer is a magecrafted item possessing an MC below 1. It charged with djed so that when it is used to hit an item to be magecrafted, the hammer opens up a new magical pathway within the item. By tapping the item at various points, the hammer is able to create a pattern of magical pathways within an item. This djed pattern grants the item its magical properties once the magecrafting process is complete. A typical set of Magecraft Hammers includes 6 different sized hammers from small enough to be used with a forefinger and thumb up to the size of a typical forge hammer. 200 gm/set Magecraft Tongs These tongs are simple magecrafted items possessing an MC below 1. They are charged with djed so that they can be used to hold an item to be magecrafted without disrupting the item’s aura and damaging the magical pathways within the item prior to completing the magecrafting process. A typical set of Magecraft Tongs includes 6 different sized tongs from small enough to hold the outer rim of a miza to large enough to hold an object the size of an average human’s head. 150 gm/set Magecraft Pedistal This pedestal is typically 3-4 feet tall and 3 feet in diameter. It can be made from many different types of stone and take a number of forms although the primary dimensions of the round upper slab is universal. While some crafters glyph their pedestals, this is not always necessary. The only required glyph, a glyph known to all magesmith regardless of their knowledge of glyphing, is the one carved in the center of the upper slab that helps contain the djed being manipulated in the magecrafting process. The cost of the pedestal can vary depending on the type of stone used. 100 gm-500 gm
Charge Basin A charge basin can be of any size needed to hold a finished magecraft item. The basin itself is a simple magecrafted item with an MC less than 1. It is basically a wooden basin with a simple magecraft glyph etched in the interior bottom that charges the water filling it. The charged water allows for magecrafted items to cool-down and solidify the magical pathways and patterns within the item itself. A typical magecraft lab may contain a number of different sized basins. 25 gm each

Philtering (Medicines)

Various medicines are made with the use of simple philtering techniques combined with knowledge of herbalism and medicine. The following is a list of the more common medicines found in Mizahar. This list is not meant to represent all medicines available, only what is most commonly found in use by a number of different individuals across the land.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Tulja Poultice A thick paste made from a mixture of aquatic oozes and ground tropical tree roots. When applied to a fresh wound within an hour after injury, the pain is temporarily deadened and the healing process is increased. This paste may be reapplied every two hours until the wound is healed. Only works on minor cuts and scratches. L1 Philtering L1 Herbalism and L1 Medicine is required to create. 4-dose container. 10 gm Rugberry Tea A warming tea made from berries from a dry-weather plant resembling a sort of rug. The tea relieves the chills and speeds up the body's natural healing process to combat bruising, scratches and internal aches and pains. L1 Philtering and L2 Medicine is required to create. 4-dose pouch. 2 gm Krolar Poultice A thin paste made from mixing ground bark from a Krolar tree; a deciduous tree common to the Sylira Region with various crushed wildflowers. This medicine numbs pain and increases overall healing rates of all manner of wounds when combined with adequate rest. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism and L2 Medicine needed to create. 3-dose container. 5 sm
Sundyra Water A powerful wash made from a mixture of water, coastal plant roots and the secretions of the Sundrya Slug; a large species of slug found in a number of subterranean locales. When poured over the afflicted area, the wash works to rapidly reduce the severity of moderate exterior wounds over the course of a single day. The wash works for an individual only once per 24-hour period. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L3 Medicine required to create. 1-dose container. 30 gm Burn Salve This foul-smelling cream is made from mixing the syrup of various types of fleshy-stemmed shrubs with crushed earthworms. This salve can cool and rapidly speed up healing of light to moderate burns. It's only affective once on any particular burn. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L2 medicine to create. 3-dose container. 30 gm Marim Bitters Created from the maceration of various bitter herbs found throughout Mizahar. Consumed internally to those suffering from slight or partial hearing loss once per day for seven days, hearing will return to normal. L1 Philtering, L1 Herablism, L1 Medicine needed to create. 7-dose pouch. 1 gm
Chadast Oil This oil is extracted from the seeds of the Chadast plant found growing in remote sections of the Cyphrus Region. The oil, when applied externally, will increase muscle function and strength lost due to age and physical injury and for one hour per day. Additional applications have no effect. L1 Philtering, L2 Herbalism, L3 Medicine needed to create. 3-dose container. 40 gm Iskyny Tea Tea made from the leaf of the Iskyny plant; a plant found growing in warm, moist and/or swampy locales. The drinker will find it difficult to avoid falling asleep. The sleep is deep and can last up to 8 hours. The tea also also allows other medications to work somewhat quicker. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L2 Medicine needed to create. 4-dose pouch. 10 gm Filan Essence This fragrant liquid is made from Filan flowers; a common flower found throughout Mizahar. When applied under the tongue it can calm seizures and convulsions within a hour. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L1 Medicine needed to create. 4-dose container. 5 gm
Eye Wash This is a mixture of distilled water, salt and soaked needles from a variety of somewhat uncommon coniferous trees found in colder climates. When applied to a patient's eyes, it will cure blurred vision. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L2 Medicine. 2-dose container. 2 gm Chamayo Tonic A bland tonic made from soaked Chamayo seeds; a plant common to temperate areas of Mizahar. Used to promote mental clarity by reducing the affects of dizziness, confusion and memory loss. Symptoms are not cured, only diminished. The tonic only works once per day with additional doses having no added effect. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L1 Medicine needed to create. 2-dose container. 2 gm Hair Tonic When applied daily to the scalp, this solution (made from the excretions of a large species of caterpillar found in tropical climates mixed with warm water) will cause hair follicles that have been lost due to damage caused by burns, scars, or other external damage to regenerate. If used liberally (2-doses minimum) every day for an entire season, the tonic will cure any form of unnatural baldness. L1 Philtering, L2 Medicine needed to create. 5 gm
Hangover Tonic Made from a number of minty flavored herbs found in temperate forests, this tonic will reduce the affects of a hangover by half for up to 3 hours. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L1 Medicine needed to create. 2-dose container. 2 gm Iwart Ointment Rubbing on this ointment (made from crushed iwart leaves gathered from the iwart tree found growing in warm, moist locales) on an open sore heals it completely. L1 Philtering, L2 Herbalism, L2 Medicine. 2-dose container. 10 gm Mandrake Tonic This tonic soothes sour throats, coughs, labored breathing and restores lost voices. It is often mixed with other liquids to disguise the bitter flavor. Mandrake is poisonous, so overdosing will lead to sickness and possibly death. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L1 Medicine. 1-dose container. 2 sm
Sweetblossom Tincture This liquid is made from a strong mix of sweetblossom leaves (a small desert flower) and clear spirits, this medicine will relieve a case of diarrhea. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L1 Medicine. 2-dose container. 3 sm Arsyna Cream This special ointment, made from a thick syrup found in the stems of various coastal plants, will soothe the pain of sun-burns and eases the symptoms of mild heat exposure. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L1 Medicine. 4-dose container. 6 sm Rosemary Ointment This fragrant oil made from rosemary is rubbed on cramping muscles, relaxing the cramp within 20 minutes. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L1 Medicine. 4-dose container. 5 sm
Narnvayt Oil This foul oil, made from the Narnvayt root found throughout Mizahar, is used to induce vomiting. It is commonly used to combat ingested poisons when used within an hour after poisoning. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L1 Medicine needed to create. 4-dose container. 2 sm Sweetblossom Syrup This bitter syrup found in the stems of the sweetblossom (a small desert flower) will relive the symptoms of indigestion and flatulence within an hour. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L1 Medicine. 4-dose container. 1 sm Miaso Cream This fragrant cream, made from a mix of crushed mint and the syurp of a desert cactus, will remove one blister per application. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L1 Medicine. 4-dose container. 1 sm
Hista Balm This is a balm made from several uncommon temperate climate herbs and alcohol. It warms and soothes sore muscles, joints and feet and encourages blood-flow. It relieves body aches for up to 8 hours. L1 Philtering, L2 Herbalism, L2 Medicine. 2-dose container. 40 gm Lillian Root Tea This soothing tea made from common Lillian root, will calm the nerves and cure anxiety within an hour. L1 Philtering, L1 Herbalism, L1 Medicine to create. 4-dose pouch. 8 sm Myrian Salts This catch-all cure is used in various creams and washes to eliminate a multitude of rashes, itchiness, fungal infections and parasites, such as lice. It is made from dried, crushed leaves and stems found in tropical environments. L1 Philtering, L2 Herbalism, L1 Medicine. 3-dose container. 2 gm

Glass Items

Items crafted from colored glass will have modifiers applied depending on the color.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Color, Blue x 2 Color, Clear x 3 Color, Red x 10
Color, Green x .75 Color, Pink x 1.25 Color, Violet Listed
Color, Umber Listed Color, Yellow Listed Beakers and vials, 1-6 oz 5 sm / oz
Pendant Vial, 2 oz A small vial often worn around the neck. 2 gm Bottles and Decanters, Ounce 5 cm / oz Bottles and Decanters, Pint 5 sm / pint
Bottles and Decanters, Gallon 5 gm / gal Bowls, Ounce 7 cm / oz Flasks, Ounce 1 sm / oz
Flasks, Pint 1 gm / pint Cups/Goblets/Mugs, 8 oz 6 sm Cups/Goblets/Mugs, Pint 6 gm
Jar, 8 oz 5 sm Jar, Pint 6 gm Pitcher, 2-Quart 2 gm
Pitcher, Gallon 7 gm Plate, 1 cm / inch diam Vase 5 gm Glass Ball, 1-36"
5 sm / inch diam Shot Glass, 2-Ounce 1 sm Snuff Box, 3-Ounce 3 sm Window Glass, 1'X1'X1/2"
20 gm / sq. foot


Pipe-weeds and the other listed aromatic herbs and spices that can be smoked are also available as snuff, a dried powder taken by sniffing with the nose or tucking into the lower lip.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Cyphrian Tobacco This is by far the most popular tobacco type. It is mild enough to be smoked by people with a wide range of tastes and has the highest level of natural sugar, which gives it a light sweet taste. 1 sm/oz Calisye This smoking blend can be made from any sort of pipe-weeds, usually the cheapest if possible. The base weed, or mix of weeds, is treated until the natural tastes are almost gone. Then flavorings called 'castings' are added to the mix. This mix is a blend of sugar and a concentrated flavors made from fruit or alcohol that give this blend a unique taste. 2 sm/oz Dark Ba'tae These tobacco plants are very mature and developed at the time of picking, and the leaf is subjected to a double-fermentation process. The smoke is still very sweet, but with a full bodied flavor. 2 sm/oz
Sallowbell Tobacco This tobacco is the next most popular tobacco. It contains almost no sugar, which gives a much dryer and full aroma than Dark Ba'tae. Sallowbell is used in many aromatic blends because it absorbs the flavorings well without detracting too much from the new flavor. Sallowbell tobacco burns slowly and is a cool smoke, which makes it a nice addition to blends that tend to burn fast and strong. 8 cm/oz Kline A dark-black weed with a strong aroma. Common characteristic to describe Kline are dusty, dry and sometimes slightly sourish. In the times before the Valterrian, this was a more commonly smoked weed. 5 cm/oz Syliran Tobacco Syliran Tobacco is the result of a curing process involving heat-curing the leaves with controlled blazes of aromatic woods and fragrant herbs. After the leaves are harvested and dried, they are hung in tightly closed barns and smoke-cured. Small smouldering fires of oak and pine fill the barn with smoke, covering the leaves with aromatic smoke particles. 3 sm/oz
Swamp Weed Swamp Weed is a bright red pipe-weed, grown and processed in areas where flooding is common, mostly near rice fields and muddy rivers. Swamp Weed is a rare, slow burning, strong-tasting weed that is best blended with other, lighter weeds. Swamp Weed is cured like Sallowbell Tobacco, but for a shorter time. Thereafter, the leaves are put in large oak barrels or in cypress logs under heavy pressure, which will squeeze some juice out and make the whole mass ferment. The whole process takes at least one full year, so production is light, making its market value quite high. 1 gm/oz Sywart This weeds adds a fine flavor to food, ale, and smoke. It is rumored to bring vivid dreams, and sometimes even prophetic visions of future events although there is no solid proof of this. 5 cm/oz Blue Vision These blue water-flowers are not only noted for their delightful perfume, but also for bringing euphoria, awareness of self, and tranquility when smoked. 2 sm/oz
Vayt's Ruse Tasty yellow petals with a smooth, sweet smoke. These flowers grow on a vine related to the poisonous Englehorn Vine, and many thought the Vayt's Ruse was equally as deadly. After it was discovered that some nomadic tribes were using the dried flowers as a cooking herb, that myth soon vanished. 5 cm/oz Tevino This is not a single pipe-weed, rather a blend of various spices and herbs that are used in small amounts to create an interesting additive to other blends. Every region where smoking is commonplace has it's own Tevino blends, generally named for the one who invented the blend or the region itself. 5 cm/oz


A waterpipe consists of a long stem and a jar of liquid. As the smoker draws air through the stem, the smoke is sucked through the liquid in order to cool the smoke, and sometimes to flavor it. The smoke is noticeably cooler than one finds with normal pipe smoke, and lightly intoxicating. The liquid in the jar quickly turns brown, so many smokers believe the liquid is also filtering out harmful substances that they would otherwise be inhaling. Simple waterpipes are made of polished woods and clay, while more respectable types are made of brass. You can also find more elegant ones made from decorated porcelain or precious metals.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Metal Mouthpiece The mouthpiece on a waterpipe is removable, so more than one person can use the same pipe and still remain sanitary. 1 gm Metal Pipe 20 gm Clay Pipe 12 gm
Traveler's Pipe This small pipe is designed to be light and easily carried by a traveler who wishes to enjoy his smoke on the road. 40 gm Wood Pipe 14 gm

Herbalist/Botanist Tools

These are some items that may be useful to herbalists and/or botanists. Listed pots are made of clay although other materials may be used varied prices. Clay is the standard however. Common seeds include those most commonly found in general use of cooking and simple health additives. Uncommon seeds include those that are otherwise not easy to come by. These may be seeds found deeper in the wilds or in areas that are not easily accessible (without some risk). Rare seeds are those found only in the most remote areas of Mizahar. These seeds may or may not have unique qualities found nowhere else.

The amount of seeds available is based on rarity. Common seeds: 25, Uncommon Seeds: 15, Rare Seeds: 5

Purchased seeds have a default 50% chance of being viable.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Flower Pots (Small) 3 sm Flower Pots (Medium) 6 sm Flower Pots (Large) 1 gm
Plant Seeds (Common) 5 sm Plant Seeds (Uncommon) 1 gm Plant Seeds (Rare) 5 gm
Full Grown Plants (Common) 1 gm Full Grown Plants (Uncommon) 5 gm Full Grown Plants (Rare) 25 gm
Starter Plants (Common) 7 sm Starter Plants (Uncommon) 3 gm Starter Plants (Rare) 13 gm

Pottery/Food/Cooking Containers

Items are all considered types of clay pottery. Prices listed are for glazed pottery while unglazed can be purchased at half the listed cost. Items may be made of tin for x 1.5 or iron for x 2 the listed item cost.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Basin, 2-Quart 2 sm Basin, Gallon 3 sm Bowl, 5" / 8 oz 1 cm
Bowl 6" / 10 oz 2 cm Bowl 7" / 16 oz 3 cm Bowl 8" / 28 oz 4 cm
Bricks 1 sm / 50 units Cistern, Gallon 5 sm Cistern, 3 Gallon 15 sm
Cooking Pot, 2-Quart 2 sm Cooking Pot, Gallon 3 sm Cooking Pot, 2-Gallon 5 sm
Crock, 16 oz 6 cm Crock, 28 oz 8 cm Cup, 6 oz 3 cm
Cup, 8 oz 5 cm Cup, 10 oz 6 cm Cup, 12 oz 7 cm
Dish, 5" 1 cm Dish, 6" 2 cm Dish, 7" 3 cm
Dish, 8" 4 cm Jar, 6 oz 6 cm Jar, 8 oz 7 cm
Jar, 16 oz 1 sm Jar, 32 oz 2 sm Jug, 16 oz 1 sm
Jug, 32 oz 2 sm Jug, 2-Quart 3 sm Jug, Gallon 4 sm
Kiln, Pottery 50 gm Pan, 12" / 8 oz 3 cm Pan, 16" / 16 oz 4 cm
Pitcher, 2-Quart 5 sm Pitcher, Gallon 7 sm Plate, 5" 1 cm
Plate, 6" 2 cm Plate, 7" 3 cm Plate, 8" 4 cm
Platter, 12" 1 sm Platter, 16" 2 sm Tankard, 10 oz 7 cm
Tankard, 12 oz 8 cm Tankard, 16 oz 9 cm Tankard, 32 oz 1 sm
Tiles (Floor/Wall), 5" 1 sm / 50 units Tiles (Floor/Wall) 10" 4 sm / 50 units Urns 5 sm / Gallon
Picnic Basket Set This kit includes all the basic supplies needed to have a picnic, minus the food. There is a set of sturdy plates, bowls, and cups for four including the utensils (fork, spoon, knife) all contained in a large basket with a blanket that's perfect for spreading out and setting up a feast on. 5 gm Table Set This includes bowls, plates, cups and utensils (fork, spoon, knife), enough to accommodate a single person. 1 gm


Item Price Item Price Item Price
Casserole Spoon 3 cm Coffee Spoon 1 cm Grapefruit Spoon 1 cm
Jam Spoon 1 cm Serving Spoon 3 cm Soup Spoon 1 cm
Sundae Spoon 1 cm Table Spoon 1 cm Tart Spoon 1 cm
Teaspoon 1 cm

Knives (Food Utensil)

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Bread Knife 1 cm Butter Knife 1 cm Cake Slicer 3 cm
Carving Knife 3 cm Caviar Knife 1 cm Cheese Knife 1 cm
Dessert Knife 1 cm Dinner Knife 1 cm Fish Knife 1 cm
Fruit Knife 1 cm Game Knife 3 cm Ham Knife 3 cm
Oyster Knife 1 cm Pastry Knife 1 cm Pastry Slicer 3 cm
Spread Knife 1 cm Steak Knife 2 cm Table Knife 1 cm
Tart Slicer 2 cm


Item Price Item Price Item Price
Carving Fork 3 cm Cheese Server 2 cm Cold Meat Fork 4 cm
Dinner Fork 1 cm Fish Fork 1 cm Fruit Fork 1 cm
Game Fork 3 cm Ham Fork 3 cm Lobster Pick 1 cm
Oyster Fork 1 cm Pastry Fork 1 cm Skewer 1 cm
Snail Fork 1 cm Strawberry Fork 1 cm Table Fork 1 cm


If wishing to replace used items and materials in a toolkit, the cost is equal to half of the toolkit's original cost.

Item Price Item Price Item Price
Toolkit, Artists This kit contains a number of items useful to those who produce art; paintings, drawings and sketches. There is a collection of various types of brushes, a number of different sized canvases, a number of small bowls and a handful of specially shaped charcoal. 25 gm Toolkit, Animal Groomer's This toolkit contains a set of brushes, combs, scissors, a couple rolls of string and specialized soaps for grooming domesticated animals. 10 gm Toolkit, Archaeologist's This kit is meant to be used by those attempting to uncover mysterious of the past through the study of pre-Valterrian ruins. The kit includes a variety of small picks, chisels, a small hammer and a set of tiny brushes. There are a couple rolls of cloth for covering and protecting artifacts as well as a journal for recording one's studies and observations. 45 gm
Toolkit, Beekeeper's This includes all the equipment needed to engage in beekeeping; a basic wooden structure for the hive, a protective suit made of leather, a smoker, a hat and netted mask and collection tools. 50 gm Toolkit, Blacksmithing This includes all the basic tools needed for blacksmithing minus the anvils and specialized hammers; a basic set of tongs of varying sizes, a collection of chisels of varying size useful in a variety of projects, there is a basic smithing hammer although it is more of a general use item, a simple all-purpose vise for general, non-specific projects and a small variety of punches and a basic set of measuring devices such as a basic ruler and a roll of parchment detailing measurement conversions. Anvils and more specialized hammers can be found in the Blacksmithing tools section and Hammer section. 65 gm Toolkit, Bowyer/Fletcher’s This toolkit contains all the tools required for someone to create bows, crossbows, arrows and bolts. 20 gm
Toolkit, Cobbler's This toolkit contains all the tools required to repair and construct all manner of footwear; varying-sized nails, hammers, thread and almost any other basic tools that a cobbler may need to perform their job.
30 gm
Toolkit, Cook/Chef Includes the necessary items used in cooking and preparing food such as a knife, small pouch of salt and simple seasons. Found primarily in the form of a small kit that breaks down for easy transport in a backpack. 10 gm Toolkit, Coinsmith’s This includes all the tools necessary for a character to smelt, cast, mint and stamp the coins of the local kingdom. Restricted Availability. Special
Toolkit, Crafter's This includes things such as snips, a small hammer, clamps, punches, needle and thread and a variety of other small tools one would use when working on small craft projects. 25 gm Toolkit, Embalmer's This kit contains the necessary tools for the processing and preparation of dead bodies for preservation. A small collection of knives, hooks, a small bag of salt and as well as a collection of jars to store essential organs. Skill in embalming is required. 50 gm Toolkit, Engraver's This kit contains all the necessary tools for engraving metal, glass and stone. A small collection of engraving tools tipped with tiny flecks of diamond are used to engrave a variety of materials. 50 gm
Toolkit, Florist's This kit contains all the necessary tools for arranging bouquets of flowers, doing table arrangements, and processing flowers. This kit includes sheers, clippers, florists clay, and florists frogs, and various wires, wraps, and containers for floral arranging . 50 gm Toolkit, Gadgeteering A variety of precision tools used in the construction and maintenance of various gadget-related items. The kit includes parchment, chalk, calipers, clamps, a selection of wrenches, hammers, various fasteners, and other small, seemingly useless pieces of junk that to a gadgeteer, are quite useful. 150 gm Toolkit, Glassblower This toolkit consists mainly of a clay blowpipe and a collection of simple clay molds capable of creating basic shapes out of glass. 45 gm
Toolkit, Grooming This small kit contains items such as a small set of shears, combs, brushes, files as well as small amounts of oils, soaps and ointments used in the care of hair, skin and nails. Also included are several applications of basic make-up. 30 gm Toolkit, Herbalist/Botanist Includes all the tools needed for growing, maintaining and harvesting herbs as well as various other plants such as flowers, fruits and vegetables (a small collection of varying sized pots and containers, a small set of cutting/grinding tools, a sampling of seeds for common plants and herbs). 20 gm Toolkit, Hunter/Trapper's A medium-sized leather pouch containing a hunting knife, a roll of thin rope for making simple traps, a handful of vials containing common animal scents (rabbit, deer) and a preserving kit. Also includes two tiny and one small animal snare as well as a 10 square foot camouflage tarp. 25 gm
Toolkit, Jewelcrafter's Jewelery kits normally contain ring, wire, side, top, snipe, round, and flat cutters/pliers. 6 jewelers needle files and pliers (pillar, warding, round, square, half round) are also included. They will hold a 3” square, scriber, saw frame and blades, double ended pin vice, metal rule 12", 2 emery paper, 3" dividers, 5 sets of tweezers (heat, self lock, brass, aa, large), rawhide mallet, ring file, hand files, two file handles, wedge clamps, cross pein hammer, triblet, and 7" shears. 250 gm Toolkit, Keymaker’s Tools for creating and duplicating keys. A wax pad will keep the imprint of any key until a suitable place can be found to file down the supplied ‘blank’ keys to fit the impression. 95 gm Toolkit, Leatherworker’s This includes all the tools necessary for a character to soak, tan, boil, wax and sew leather armor, essential to both construct and repair such armor. 70 gm
Toolkit, Mapmaker’s Includes everything to create accurate maps of the surrounding terrain. Includes parchment with pre-drawn gridlines, colored charcoal and a small, wooden ruler. 22 gm Toolkit, Masseuse A variation of the Groomer's Toolkit, this kit contains small amounts of oils, ointments and stones as well as a small selection of different sized linens for use in massage. 20 gm Toolkit, Mixology A collection of tools used in the mixing of beverages. Includes a shaker for mixing/straining, a collection of pourers, a mixing spoon, tongs, a couple different types of strainers, a jigger for measuring and a couple of drinking glasses and a corkscrew. Two small shot glasses are included. 35 gm
Toolkit, Navigator’s This set contains a wide variety of tools and instruments to enable a navigator to work his craft including log lines and chips to measure speed, a lead line to gauge depth, an hourglass, lodestone and a wide range of maps and charts. 250 gm Toolkit, Potters This kit contains a number of tools used in the manipulation and shaping of clay for the sake of crafting useable pottery. 25 gm Toolkit, Shipwright This kit contains a hammer, heavy mallet, measuring tape, basic level, ruler, charcoal for writing/drawing, several rolls of paper and very basic plans for beginning shipbuilding. 35 gm
Toolkit, Surgeon’s Consisting of a scalpel, scissors, small mirror and other tools, the surgeon’s kit is useful for inspecting a corpse, dissecting a creature or otherwise performing minute examinations of a living or dead creature. 200 gm Toolkit, Sewing Small leather kit containing tape measure, scissors, needles, needle threader, fasteners, fabredles, a thimble, spool of thread, glue, small pencil and a few sheets of paper, assorted buttons, tailor's tape all for general sewing and fabric repair. A piece of folded paper baring basic instructions for a variety of sewing techniques is also included. The sewing kit is useful for making basic garments and does not include cloth. 20 gm Toolkit, Stonecarver's This includes a variety of chisels and uniquely shaped blades purposed specificallyto carve and shape stone, both hard and soft. 70 gm
Toolkit, Survival This kit contains the basic essentials for a surviving in the wilds of Mizahar. It includes a simple first aid kit, flint and steel, 2 simple snares, a waterskin and a simple tent. It also contains a small compass, a small roll of fishing line and 6 basic fishhooks, 2 candles, a blanket, a needle and thread and a small, simple knife. 25 gm Toolkit, Tattooing A small wooden case containing a small collection of inks (basic colors) and a series of various sized and shaped needles with wooden handles. It also includes a small supply of pieces of pig skin for tattoo practicing. 25 gm Toolkit, Traveler's This is a lighter, extremely portable version of a "full" listed toolkit. The contents of the Traveler's Toolkit is stripped down to the barest of essentials. This kit works only for L1 uses of related skills due to the limited supplies and instruments available. 1/2 listed cost
Toolkit, Woodcarver's This includes a variety of chisels and uniquely shaped blades purposed specifically to carve and shape wood, both hard and soft. 50 gm Toolkit, Clam Diggers This kit includes a clam shovel, clam tube, mesh bag, an oyster knife for cleaning clams and a rasp for keeping the shovel, knife and tube sharp. 15 gm Toolkit, Candlemaking Includes the necessary items used in candlemaking including all the basic molds needed to form the most common sizes of candles, wick, wick anchors, and beeswax enough for a hundred candles. A large pot for dipping candles and a hanger for hanging the dipped candles is included. This kit is rather large and takes up the space of a medium crate. 20 gm
Toolkit, Soapmaking This kit includes all the basic supplies needed to make soap. It includes the scales for weighing ingredients, the pure lye and oil as well. Various standard molds are included as well as a few more decorative ones. This kit is rather large and takes up the space of a small crate. 50 gm Toolkit, Campfire Cooking This kit includes all the basic supplies needed to make and eat food over a firepit or campfire. Obtained from a blacksmith, this kit will house a cast iron tripod, cooking pot, ladle, a round grate that fits into the tripod, tongues, frying pan, and a set of two simple plates, bowls, and knife fork and spoon. 40 gm Toolkit, Handyman's This Kit contains basic tools simple homeowners or travelers might need to make small repairs or say nail up pictures around a home. There are nails, hammers, a scraper, measuring stick and tap, chalk, handsaw, a set of wrenches and screw drivers. There is also wood glue sand paper and stain to make touchups on nice furniture as well. 20 gm
Toolkit, Climbing This Kit contains basic supplies a Climber will need to safely navigate climbs and repells. The Kit includes a Climbing Harness, 200 feet of rope, helmet, a headlamp she could light that was filled with oil, coveralls, two kinds of belay devices (one was a tube style and one an assisted breaking device), a chalk bag with a carabiner attached and an extra bag of loose chalk as well as chalk sticks, eight quick draws, a full set of rock anchors, a hammer, two sets of nuts, and a set of slings. 100 gm


Item Price Item Price Item Price
Acupuncture Needles These very thin, finely crafted needles are often used in some of the more outlandish medical practices said to relieve stress and facilitate various forms of physical, mental and spiritual healing. (These items are not easy to come by and only jewelers are known to be able to craft them due to their skill with working very small metal items.) 10 gm / dozen Alembic This item consists of two vessels connected by a tube that essential form a still for distilling liquids. Most often used in the production of various types of beverages, philtering and similar processes. 50 gm Baby Carrier, Sling A piece of cloth that supports an infant or other small child from a carer's body. 1 gm
Baby Carrier, Cradleboard Cradleboards come in varying shapes and sizes. Woven cradleboards are made of willow, dogwood, tule, or cattail fibers. Wooden cradleboards are made with a variety of wooden frames often with buckskin laces looped through the frame. 3 gm Block And Tackle A system of at least two pulleys with a rope threaded between them used for lifting or pulling. 5 gm Body Building Equipment Commonly found in the home of an Isur but also found scattered throughout Mizahar are items meant to aid in the strengthening and shaping of one's physical strength and endurance. A set of this equipment consists of a variety of metal weights, bars, ropes and chains. The purpose of this equipment is to offer resistance to a person trying to lift, stretch or otherwise move such items. As the Isur discovered long ago, one's body responds to repetitive, resisted motion by growing muscle and thus increasing strength and endurance. The actual design of such equipment varies greatly but the uses are similar regardless of design. 25-45 gm
Brazier (Simple) A brazier is a container for fire, generally taking the form of an upright standing or hanging metal bowl or box. Used for burning solid fuel, braziers principally provide heat and light, but may also be used for cooking and cultural rituals. 5 sm Brazier (Elaborate) A brazier is a container for fire, generally taking the form of an upright standing or hanging metal bowl or box. Used for burning solid fuel, braziers principally provide heat and light, but may also be used for cooking and cultural rituals. 1 gm + Brewing Vat A copper container used in brewing. Priced by capacials Varies
Collar, Kelvic (Leather) This collar is fashioned from leather reinforced with iron. A small locking device built into the collar accommodates a small key. Slightly adjustable, the collar is designed to fit most average-sized humans. The primary function of the collar is to prevent a larger kelvic from transforming from human to animal. For the same price, a collar can be purchased that will prevent smaller kelvic from transforming from animal to human. 5 gm Collar, Kelvic (Iron) This collar is fashioned from iron. A small locking device built into the collar accommodates a small key. Slightly adjustable, the collar is designed to fit most average-sized humans. The primary function of the collar is to prevent a larger kelvic from transforming from human to animal. For the same price, a collar can be purchased that will prevent smaller kelvic from transforming from animal to human. 10 gm Collar, Kelvic (Silver) This collar is fashioned from silver reinforced with iron. A small locking device built into the collar accommodates a small key. Slightly adjustable, the collar is designed to fit most average-sized humans. The primary function of the collar is to prevent a larger kelvic from transforming from human to animal. For the same price, a collar can be purchased that will prevent smaller kelvic from transforming from animal to human. 20 gm
Collar, Kelvic (Gold) This collar is fashioned from gold reinforced with iron. A small locking device built into the collar accommodates a small key. Slightly adjustable, the collar is designed to fit most average-sized humans. The primary function of the collar is to prevent a larger kelvic from transforming from human to animal. For the same price, a collar can be purchased that will prevent smaller kelvic from transforming from animal to human. 40 gm Cooking Utensil This could be a number of things; a large cooking spoon or a set of simple tongs, rolling pin or any similar tool used in cooking. 2 sm Dollhouse, Pycon, Simple With the creation of the unique being known as the Pycon, an industrious individual decided to capitalize on the event by crafting a home sized appropriately. These little homes look like toys or miniature replicas of full-sized buildings. Known as dollhouses due to their size being relative to a child's toy, the simple home looks just like a tiny, single room cottage. It comes with a set of simple furniture sized for pycon. Though small, even the simple dollhouse is rather expensive due to craftsmanship required to make something so small with any detail. These homes are almost always made from wood. (Requires an L2 in carpentry or L2 in gadgeteering to build) 150 gm
Dollhouse, Pycon, Elaborate Like the simple dollhouse, this tiny structure is suited for pycons. The elaborate dollhouse however looks like the home of a well-to-do individual, just much smaller. It has two stories with a bedroom, living area, eating area and bathroom. There is even a tiny balcony on the second floor. It comes complete with basic furnishings for each room/area all sized appropriately for a pycon. They are very difficult to construct thus finding them is much more difficult and they are much more expensive than the simple house. (Requires an L3 in carpentry or L3 in gadgeteering to build) 400 gm Dollhouse, Pycon, Luxury Beyond the simple or elaborate pycon dollhouses is the luxury model. This small structure is a virtual castle or manorhome to a pycon. As big around as a large dining table and almost as tall, these dollhouses are sheer works of art. The main structure is three stories tall with up to twelve separate rooms/areas complete with high quality, miniature pieces of furniture. In addition to the main structure, they may have a handful of smaller, one-room structures outside with a wall or fence surrounding the entire area. These little paradises are some of the expensive works of art that one may ever find available and it requires a master crafter to create them. They are almost never found for sale however one may find them offered in places with great wealth or a from the rare master carpenter or gadgeeteer; if one can be found. (Requires an L4 in carpentry or L4 in gadgeteering to build) 1,200 gm Dice, Loaded This pair of six-sided dice are weighted on one side so that they almost always land on six. Crafted from ivory. 5 sm
Embroidering Kit A small leather kit containing a pair of snips, embroidering hoops, thimble, embroidering needles, stabilizing cloth silk floss, a small collection of basic patterns. 20 gm Gloves, Boxing/Sport There are many versions of the original design, each made of differing material with different looks and colors but the basic form of the boxing/sport glove is that of a heavily padded leather glove, usually mitten style, used in the sport of boxing or often in the training of various unarmed combat forms. 3 gm Grindstone This mechanical device can return a decent cutting edge or thrusting point to the dullest of weapons of tiny to medium size. 25 gm
Iron Kettle 8 sm Iron Pot 5 sm Mesh Bag 5 sm
Ladder, 10-Foot 5 cm Linen (sq.yd.) 4 gm Loom A loom is a device used to weave cloth. The basic purpose of any loom is to hold the warp threads uof the weft threads. The precise shape of the loom and its mechanics may vary, but the basic function is the same. 5 gm
Magnifying Glass This simple lens allows a closer look at small objects. It is useful as a substitute for flint, steel and tinder when starting fires. 100 gm Manacles A simple set of iron bindings for restricting movement. Comes with a simple lock. 15 gm Manacles, High Quality A set of iron bindings for restricting movement. Comes with a complex lock. 50 gm
Map, City Maps such as these are relatively common. Such maps detail points of interest and significant landmarks within a city. Note however that maps like these are only common in the cities that they detail. Thus finding a map of Syliras in the Kingdom of Sultros would be next to impossible and even if found, chances are it would be grossly inaccurate. 2 gm Map, Region Maps of regions are rare and difficult to come by; at least accurate ones are. Good quality maps such as these detail known landmarks, important points of interest as well as areas to avoid. Most regional maps only detail a single region however and are usually only available for purchase in cities residing within said regions. 10 gm Mirror, Small Steel 10 gm
Mortar and Pestle A tool used to crush, grind, and mix solid substances. The pestle is short, heavy club-like object, the end of which is used for crushing and grinding. The mortar is a bowl, typically made of hard wood, ceramic or stone. The substance to be ground is placed in the mortar and ground, crushed or mixed with the pestle. 1 gm Oil Press This relatively simple device is roughly the height of a small table overall and is made out of stone and wood. It is a smaller version of a larger press that was quite common in Pre-Valterrian times. The press is designed to extract oils from nuts and seeds. The oil extraction is based on crushing seeds and nuts with a large weight. The oil press is based on a heavy round stone that rolls along a grooved base. The crushing stone has a hole in the center, where a handle is connected on a vertical axis. These smaller presses are designed so that a person can pull the handle around the stone. The crushing stone rolls around the basin, mashing the nuts or seeds and extracting the oil. 50 gm Portable Forge (Isurian) This portable forge packs down into a heavy but transportable pack. It contains a small set of anvils that can connect together for larger jobs, specialized hammers and tongs, and a collapsing brick wall oven that can generate enough ambient heat to soften metal. It can't melt metal or create alloys, but it can be used for virtually any other kind of simple metalworking. Only average quality items can be forged with this collection of tools. 400 gm
Pole, 10-Foot 2 sm Rope, Hemp (50 ft.) 1 gm Rope, Silk (50 ft) 10 gm
Sack (Empty) 1 sm Scale, Merchant’s This scale includes a small balance and pans and a suitable assortment of weights. 2 gm Sealing Wax 1 gm
Sewing Needle 5 sm Signet Ring 5 gm Silk (2 sq.yd.) Comes predominately from Kalinor and the Ranekissra moth egg. 20 gm
Skep A small beehive that resembles an upside down basket. Bees are not included. 2 gm Sled 20 gm Soap (Per lb.) 5 sm
Spectacles Frames most often made from copper supportin cut to help correct poor eye-sight. Though poor sight cannot be corrected in full, the use of spectacles can help dramatically. Note that spectacles are not all that easy to come by due to the loss of knowledge after the Valterrian on how to craft them effectively. A single lens held in a copper frame is known as a monocle and is valued at half the price of a pair of spectacles. 50 gm Spinning Wheel A spinning wheel is a device for spinning thread or yarn from fibers. 45 gm Spindle A spindle is a straight spike usually made from wood used for spinning, twisting fibers such as wool, flax, hemp, cotton into yarn. 3 gm
Stocks This is a simple, wooden framework with a two-part, upright panel that holds both head and hands securely. 25 gm Target, Archer’s Constructed out of straw with a painted cotton, circular aiming section, this target allows one with time on his hands to practice the use of new ranged weapons. 18 gm Vial, Ink 1 gm
Washboard The washboard is usually constructed with a rectangular wooden frame in which are mounted a series of ridges or corrugations for the clothing to be rubbed upon. The ridges are typically made of wood. 12 sm