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Quaals feather token), treasure map, or the like, wellhidden) Ladder, wooden, 12-20 in length Poles, 10 Measuring cord (knotted at regular intervals), usually 12-20 in length Chalk, 1-4 pieces TABLE F: Traveling Goods and Gear Follow the four steps below in the order given. Cargo (materials carried for trade) should be determined deliberately by the DM, and are not given here; Table J gives a random selection. 1. g. yaks, dogs, reindeer; elephants, pack lizards). 2. Choose conveyance (or none): wagons, litters (covered cargo or passenger cubicle on poles, borne on shoulders of 2 or 4 men or beasts), travois (two poles with cargo lashed to them, and between thempoles and ground form triangular shapedragged behind men or beasts of burden), sledges or sleighs (dragged behind teams of men or beasts; best in snow).
Sandals 2. Slippers 3. Pattens (ornamental wooden clogs, worn with slippers or boots) 4. Boots Subtable 6: (1d20) Female Headgear 1. Circlet, gold 2. Hennin (long, conical steeple hat with lappets, dangling head ribbon, and veil, drapery hanging from point of hennin) 3. Wimple and veil 4. Gable headpiece (brocade, gem-encrusted cap with gable-like flaring side points) 5. , Quaals feather token), treasure map, or the like, wellhidden) Ladder, wooden, 12-20 in length Poles, 10 Measuring cord (knotted at regular intervals), usually 12-20 in length Chalk, 1-4 pieces TABLE F: Traveling Goods and Gear Follow the four steps below in the order given.
Parenthetical remarks refer to the items use in combat to hit and inflict damage. % Roll Tool 01-11 Mallet, wooden (as Hammer) 12-18 Chisel(s), (1-4) with canvas satchel (as Darts) 19-23 Sickle, draw-knife, or coracle (as Knife) 24-27 Hammer (as Hammer) Iron nails, bag of 20-50 28-33 34-37 Spike(s) (1-12), iron, large (as Darts) 38-40 Wedges, iron, 1-3 41-45 Chain, 1-3 12-lengths (in leather pack) (as Morning Star) 46-48 Tongs, iron (as Club) 49 Anvil iron 50 Pincers, iron (as Club) 51 Saw (differing sizes, from jewellers to cross-cut 2-man woodcutters) (as Club) 52-57 Bar, iron (as Morning Star) 58-62 Shovel (as Quarter Staff) Whetstone 63-64 65 Oil, non-flammable lubricant, in glass or clay vial, wrapped in leather Rags, 1-6 66-70 Sack, heavy canvas (1-2) 71-75 76-77 Sack, muslin (1-4) Tarpaulin, canvas 78-82 83 Twine, ball (50-90) Scissors, iron (rarely, of gold or silver, or plated) (as Knife) 84 Buckle(s) or clasp(s) (1-8) 85 Leather thongs, 1-12 86-87 88-89 Leather straps 90 Awl or punch, iron, with wooden head (as Dart) 76-80 81-86 87-89 90-94 95-97 98-99 00 Item Tent(s) Stakes, wooden Rope, 1-4 50 long coils Pennants(s) Bundle(s) of firewood Chopping block Torches, 1-20 Water, 2-12 costrels (small leather barrels with shoulder straps and central neck), or 1-6 wooden barrels (in wagon) Maps (trade routes, surrounding lands); usually scratched or burned on leather hides, rolled and stored in leather bags Poles (for tents, probing rivers for ford-footing, erecting fences and tripods) Snares, wire, and spring-jaws (for game and protection against intruders) Stew cauldrons(s), cast iron (1-2) Lamp oil in small wooden barrel(s) (1-2) Skillet(s), cast iron Spare wheel(s) for wagons/spare poles for litters and travois/ spare runners for sledges, spare horseshoes, etc.