Magic Item Card Catalog (5e): Rods, Staves, Wands, & Scrolls

Magic Item Card Catalog (5e): Rods, Staves, Wands, & Scrolls

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Cards for Rods, Staves, Wands, & Scrolls!  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. Immovable Rod
02. Rod of Absorption
03. Rod of Alertness
04. Rod of Lordly Might
05. Rod of Rulership
06. Rod of Security
07-22. Scrolls
23. Staff of Charming
24. Staff of Fire
25. Staff of Frost
26. Staff of Healing
27. Staff of Power
28. Staff of Striking
29. Staff of Swarming Insects
30. Staff of The Magi
31. Staff of The Python
32. Staff of The Woodlands
33. Staff of Thunder and Lightning
34. Staff of Withering
35. Wand of Binding
36. Wand of Enemy Detection
37. Wand of Fear
38. Wand of Fireballs
39. Wand of Lightning Bolts
40. Wand of Magic Detection
41. Wand of Magic Missiles
42. Wand of Paralysis
43. Wand of Polymorph
44. Wand of Secrets
45. Wand of The War Mage, +1, +2, or +3
46. Wand of Web
47-48. Wand of Wonder
49-52. Custom Items

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.