Magic Item Card Catalog (5e): Popular Items

Magic Item Card Catalog (5e): Popular Items

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Cards for popular magic items that are used often in campaigns. This is part of a series of magic item cards.  One side of each card has a beautiful, painted style illustration of the item, the other side has the item's game rules for use with the 5th edition of the best-known fantasy RPG.

Hand them out to players as they gain the items for easy reference and/or use them to keep track of which character is holding what. 

The cards are available in several pdf formats: 4 trading cards to a page, as trading cards where each card is its own page (print multiple to a letter/A4 page as desired), as index cards, and form-fillable. See below for details.

This deck's checklist:

01. Amulet of Proof Against Detection & Location
02. Arrows
03. Bag of Holding
04. Boots of Elvenkind
05. Bracers of Archery
06. Bracers of Defense
07. Broom of Flying
08. Chain Shirt
09. Cloak of Elvenkind
10. Cloak of Protection
11. Cloak of the Manta Ray
12. Crossbow Bolts
13. Crossbow, Light
14. Dagger
15. Dust of Disappearance
16. Elven Chain
17. Gauntlets of Ogre Power
18. Goggles of Night
19. Greataxe
20. Greatsword
21. Leather
22. Longbow
23. Longsword
24. Mace
25. Necklace of Adaptation
26. Oil of Slipperiness
27. Philter of Love
28. Plate
29. Potion of Animal Friendship
30. Potion of Climbing
31. Potion of Flying
32. Potion of Gaseous Form
33. Potion of Giant Strength
34. Potion of Growth
35-37. Potion of Healing
38. Potion of Resistance
39. Potion of Water Breathing
40. Restorative Ointment
41. Ring of Invisibility
42. Ring of Swimming
43. Rope of Climbing
44-49. Scrolls
50. Shield
51. Shortsword
52. Splint

The product has several PDF files so you can use it the way you want. 

  • There is a PDF (file ends with "-4up") set up with 4 trading card sized cards per page where the second page is the backs of the first page and so on. The cards also have a 1/8" bleed so if your printer isn't perfectly lined up you can still trim them and they will look good.
  • Another PDF has the trading card sized cards (plus the 1/8' bleed) set up where each side of each card is its own page.  You can set these to print out how you want.
  • A third pdf (ending in "-form-opt") is like the previous PDF, but allows you to enter the title, type, and text of a couple cards at the end of the deck.
  • A fourth PDF (file ending with "-index-opt") has all the cards as index-sized card where the left side is the art and the right is the text/game rules. Wiht this format, you don't need to worry about lining up the fronts and backs.  Set your printer to print multiple per page. (Probably 4.)
  • A fifth PDF (file ending in "-index-form-opt") is like the fourth PDF, but allows you to enter data into the last couple of cards.