The WorldOf Khoras - Civilization - Merchandise

Adventuring Gear

 

Item Cost Weight Description
Backpack 2 silver 1 kg A simple leather backpack.
Bedroll 1 silver 1 kg A simple bedroll, consisting of a thick padded mat, a blanket and two binding straps.
Belt Pouch 3 copper - A leather pouch.
Blanket 3 copper 1 kg A large thick woolen blanket.
Bottle 1 silver .6 kg A glass bottle and a matching cork stopper. Half liter capacity.
Bucket 4 copper 1 kg A simple wooden bucket with two metal straps and a rope handle. Five liter capacity.
Candles, tallow 2 iron - Simple tallow candle. 2 meter radius light. Burns for 4 hours. Foul smell.
Candles, wax 1 copper - Simple wax candle. 2 meter radius light. Burns for 4 hours. No smell.
Case 1 silver .2 kg A small wooden case for a map or scroll. Water tight if sealed with wax.
Cask 2 silver .5 kg A small water tight wooden cask with cork stopper. One liter capacity.
Chain, light Varies Varies Supports up to 4,000 kg before breaking. Each 5 meter length of light chain weights 3.4 kg and costs 1 gp. Chain does not burn and is very difficult to cut. This chain is strong enough to pull a heavy wagon, tie up a strong ogre and moor a large boat. Chain weights alot, but this chain could possibly be carried (uncomfortably) by one person, depending on the length.
Chain, medium Varies Varies Supports up to 15,000 kg before breaking. Each 5 meter length of medium chain weights 18 kg and costs 5 gp. This chain could tow a ship or tie up a giant. Lengths of this chain are too heavy to carry comfortably and must be transported by vehicle.
Chain, heavy Varies Varies Supports up to 60,000 kg before breaking. Each 5 meter length of heavy chain weights 72 kg and costs 25 gp. This extremely heavy chain could tow a huge ship through rough seas or bind the largest giant. This type of chain is often used in the operation of massive castle gates.
Chalk 1 iron - One large piece of natural chalk.
Dry Rations 1 gold 3 kg Long-lasting rations consisting of hard biscuits and dried meat. One week's worth for one person.
Flask, clay 2 silver .5 kg Empty clay flask with cork stopper. One liter capacity.
Flask, iron 2 gold 1 kg Empty iron flask with cork stopper. One liter capacity.
Flask, leather 1 silver .2 kg Empty leather flask with cork stopper. One liter capacity.
Grappling hook 1 gold 2 kg A multi-pronged hook made of iron with an eyehole for a rope.
Hammer 5 silver .5 kg A small hammer for hammering in nails, pitons and so forth. One handed.
Lamp 8 silver .5 kg A small pewter oil-burning lamp. Reservoir holds one liter. Burns for 6 hours.
Lantern 3 gold 1 kg A shuttered metal lantern. Reservoir holds one liter. Burns for 6 hours. Lamp shutter can completely darken the lamp or shine light in a single direction.
Manacles 10 gold 1 kg Iron manacles with lock and key.
Mess Kit 2 silver .5 kg Metal two pronged fork, small knife and spoon that fit inside a rectangular wooden trencher with lid. Trencher and lid act as bowl and plate.
Mirror 1 gold .5 kg A small handheld mirror with a handle.
Oil flask 5 silver 1.5 kg A small clay flask with cork stopper. Filled with one liter of lamp oil. Can be hurled as a splash weapon.
Padlock, Kalimuran 100 gold 2 kg An iron padlock of Kalimuran design. Based on stacked rotating disks. Very difficult to pick. Comes with key.
Padlock, standard 10 gold 1 kg A crude iron padlock with key.
Paper, crude 2 silver .01 kg A single page of crude paper. Slightly rough fibrous texture. Can be used for books.
Paper, fine 4 silver .01 kg A single page of fine, polished paper from Kalimura. Made from wood pulp. Smooth texture and excellent writing surface. Can be used for books.
Paper, bark 3 silver .02 kg A single page of paper made from the bark of the scribe tree. Exquisitely smooth and fine. From the Padashan Empire.
Parchment 1 silver .1 kg A single page of parchment (made from animal skin). Much thicker and stronger than paper. Good for scrolls and maps, but not books.
Pickaxe 2 gold 2.5 kg A miner's pickaxe.
Pillow 1 silver .3 kg A small, feather filled cloth pillow.
Piton 5 copper .1 kg An iron spike that can be hammered into stone to aid in climbing.
Pole 5 copper 1 kg A simple 3 meter wooden pole. 5cm diameter.
Pot, Clay 4 silver 1 kg A fired earthenware pot with lid suitable for cooking.
Pot, Iron 8 silver 4 kg A heavy iron pot with lid suitable for cooking.
Quiver 8 silver .3 kg A leather quiver with straps that can hold 20 arrows.
Rope, very light Varies Varies

5mm diameter hemp rope. Supports 180 kg. Each 5 meters of length costs 5 copper pieces and weighs 0.1 kg. Rope can be cut. It will burn. It chafes and can be gradually worn away through excessive abrasion.

Rope, light Varies Varies 1 cm diameter hemp rope. Supports 600 kg. Each 5 meters of length costs 1 silver pieces and weighs .4 kg.
Rope, medium Varies Varies

2 cm diameter hemp rope. Supports 2,500 kg. Each 5 meters of length costs 2 silver piece and weighs 1.6 kg.

Rope, heavy Varies Varies 3 cm diameter hemp rope. Supports 6,000 kg. Each 5 meters of length costs 4 silver piece and weighs 3.6 kg.
Rope, very heavy Varies Varies 4 cm diameter hemp rope. Supports 10,000 kg. Each 5 meters of length costs 1 gold piece and weighs 6.4 kg. This rope can tie up a giant or pull a ship.
Sack 5 iron .5 kg A simple cloth sack.
Shovel 2 gold 1.5 kg Long wooden handle and metal scoop.
Sledgehammer 2 gold 2 kg A large, heavy hammer for driving in stakes or battering down doors. Two handed.
Tankard 5 silver .5 kg A large wooden tankard with handle. One liter capacity.
Tent, large 20 gold 50 kg A spacious pavilion style, canvas tent with lots of head room. Sleeps 10. Takes one person 30 minutes to set up.
Tent, medium 5 gold 12 kg A medium sized wedge-style tent. Sleeps four. Takes one person 15 minutes to set up.
Tent, small 1 gold 5 kg A small conical canvas tent. Sleeps two. Takes one person 5 minutes to set up.
Tinderbox 1 copper .5 kg A small wooden box with compartments. Stores flint, pyrite and tinder (typically oil soaked bits of cloth or dried plant material). Can be used to start a fire or ignite or torch.
Wax 3 iron .5 kg A block of beeswax. Can be used to seal and/or waterproof various materials and objects.
Whetstone 1 copper .3 kg A small, flat stone for sharpening blades.
Whistle 3 copper - A small simple whistle fashioned from bone or wood.
Writing Ink 1 gold .1 kg A small glass bottle of black ink with a cork stopper. One quarter liter.

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