Storage Item Descriptions


Mundane Item Description:

Backpack, Standard
A standard backpack is constructed of water resistant, reinforced leather and holds 1 cubic ft. or 60 lbs. of gear. Empty Weight: 2 lb. Capacity: 1 cubic ft. /60lb.
When made for Medium characters. It weighs one-quarter the normal amount when made for Small characters. It weighs twice the normal amount when made for large characters. Containers carry one-quarter the normal amount when made for Small characters.


Backpack, Masterwork – Source: Adventurer’s Armory
This backpack has numerous pockets for storing various items that might be needed while adventuring. Hooks are included for attaching items such as canteens, pouches, other small bags, or even a rolled-up blanket. It has padded bands that strap across the chest and the waist to distribute its weight more evenly. Like a common backpack, it can hold about 2 cubic feet of materials in its main container. When wearing a masterwork backpack, treat your Strength score as +1 higher than normal when calculating your carrying capacity.
Empty Weight: 2 lb. Capacity: 1 cubic ft. /60lb.
When made for Medium characters. It weighs one-quarter the normal amount when made for Small characters. It weighs twice the normal amount when made for large characters. Containers carry one-quarter the normal amount when made for Small characters.


Bag, waterproof – Source: Adventurer’s Armory
This leather sack sealed with tar or pitch keeps delicate items from being ruined by water. Items kept inside remain relatively dry, making the bag ideal for carrying maps, scrolls, spell books, and the like, although the bag is not impervious and can only be completely immersed for 10 rounds before enough water seeps in to ruin such items.
Empty Weight: 1 lb. Capacity: 1/8 cubic ft. /15 lb.


Barrel (empty)
A common barrel is constructed of wood with metal ring reinforcements and holds 10 cubic ft. or 650 lb. of materials. A barrel filled with liquid holds about 75 gallons.
Empty Weight: 30 lb. Capacity: 10 cubic ft. /650 lb.


Basket (empty)
A common basket is constructed of wicker and holds 2 cubic ft. or 20 lbs. of materials.
Empty Weight: 1 lb. Capacity: 2 cubic ft. /20 lb.


Bottle, Glass
A glass bottle holds 1/2 pint and weighs 1.5 lb. when full.
Empty Weight: – Capacity: 1/2 pint / 1/5 lb.


Bucket (empty)
A simple bucket holds 1 cubic ft. or up to 65 lb. of liquid or material and when full. A bucket filled with liquid holds about 7 gallons.
Empty Weight: 2 lb. Capacity: 1 cubic ft. /65 lb.


Cauldron – Source: Advanced Player’s Guide
This iron pot may have a hook for hanging over a fire, but versions intended for traveling usually have three or four legs to let it stand over a fire. It holds approximately one gallon, and can be used for cooking, potion-making, and other similar activities.
Empty Weight: 4 lb. Capacity: 1 Gallon. /8 lb.


Chest (Empty) – Source: Advanced Player’s Guide
The common wooden chest comes in several sizes, including small (2 cubic feet, 7 hit points, break DC 17), medium (4 cubic feet, 15 hp, break DC 23), large (6 cubic feet, 30 hit points, break DC 29), and huge (8 cubic feet, 50 hit points, break DC 35). Most include a simple inset lock.
Small: Empty Weight: 25 lb. Capacity: 2 cubic ft. /200 lb.
Medium: Empty Weight: 50 lb. Capacity: 4 cubic ft. /400 Lb.
Large: Empty Weight: 75 lb. Capacity: 6 cubic ft. /600 lb.
Huge: Empty Weight: 100 lb. Capacity: 8 cubic ft. /800 lb.


Chest, False-bottomed – Source: Adventurer’s Armory
The secret compartment in this chest is approximately 1 inch thick. Different styles open from the inside, from the underside, or through the back. Detecting the compartment is a DC 20 Perception check.
Capacity: 3/4 cubic ft. /45 lb.


Cup, false-bottomed – Source: Adventurer’s Armory
The tiny compartment in the thick bottom of this cup is an excellent place to store a small item or substance. The most insidious are designed with a weighted catch that opens when the cup is tilted back, releasing the hidden substance hidden into the contents of the cup. Spotting the secret compartment in an empty cup is a DC 15 Perception check.


Flask
A flask holds 1 pint of liquid and weighs 1 lb. when full.
Empty Weight: – (1 lb. full) Capacity: 1 pint/1 lb.


Jug, Clay
This basic jug is fitted with a stopper and holds 1 gallon of liquid.
Empty Weight: 1 lb. Capacity: 1 gallon/8 lb.


Mug/Tankard, Clay
A clay mug or tankard.
Empty Weight: – Capacity: 1 pint (Small)/1 lb. (Large)


Pitcher, Clay
A clay pitcher.
Empty Weight: 1 lb. Capacity: 1/2 gallon/4 lb.


Pommel, Hollow – Source: Adventurer’s Armory
Depending on the weapon, a hollow pommel may hold something as large as a flask or as small as a rolled piece of paper. Detecting a hollow pommel is a DC 15 Perception check.


Pot, Iron
An iron pot for cooking.
Empty Weight: 2 lb. Capacity: 1 gallon/8 lb.


Pouch, Belt
A belt pouch is crafted of soft cloth or leather. They typically hold up to 10 lb. or 1/5 cubic ft. of items. Empty Weight: 1/2 lb. Capacity: 1/5 cubic ft. /10 lb.
When made for Medium characters. Items weigh one-quarter the normal amount when made for Small characters. Weighs twice the normal amount when made for Large characters. Containers carry one-quarter the normal amount when made for Small characters.


Pouch, Spell Component
A spell caster with a spell component pouch is assumed to have all the material components and focuses needed for spell casting, except for those components that have a specific cost, divine focuses, and focuses that wouldn’t fit in a pouch.
Empty Weight: 1/4 lb. Capacity: 1/8 cubic ft. /2 lb.
When made for Medium characters. Items weigh one-quarter the normal amount when made for Small characters. Weighs twice the normal amount when made for Large characters. Containers carry one-quarter the normal amount when made for Small characters.


Sack (empty)
A sack is a cloth bag that weighs 1/2 lb. empty and holds 1 cubic ft. or 60 lbs. of contents full. Empty Weight: 1/2 lb. Capacity: 1 cubic ft. /60 lb.
When made for Medium characters. Items weigh one-quarter the normal amount when made for Small characters. Weighs twice the normal amount when made for Large characters. Containers carry one-quarter the normal amount when made for Small characters.


Scabbard, false-bottomed – Source: Adventurer’s Armory
The space at the bottom of this sword scabbard is just large enough to hold a potion flask. Some are accessed from the outside; others open on the inside with a secret catch at the top end. Finding the secret compartment requires a DC 25 Perception check or DC 20 if you can compare the sword’s length to that of the scabbard.


Scroll Case – Source: Advanced Player’s Guide
A leather or wooden scroll case easily holds four scrolls; you can cram more inside but retrieving any of them becomes a full-round action rather than a move action. You must destroy the scroll case to damage its contents (hardness 2 for leather or 5 for wood, 2 hit points, Break DC 15). A scroll case is not water-tight.


Stretcher – Source: Adventurer’s Armory
A stretcher allows two people to share the burden of carrying one heavy object. You can also use it to drag a load you couldn’t carry on your own. A stretcher holds up to 300 pounds.


Waterskin
A water or wineskin holds 1/2 gallon of liquid and weighs 4 lb when full.
Empty Weight: – Capacity: 1/2 gallon/4 lb.
When made for Medium characters. Items weigh one-quarter the normal amount when made for Small characters. Weighs twice the normal amount when made for Large characters. Containers carry one-quarter the normal amount when made for Small characters.


New Mundane Items:

Item Cost Weight
Bandoleer 15 sp 0.5 lb
Bandoleer, masterwork 15 gp 0.5 lb
Potion belt 3 gp 1 lb
Potion belt, masterwork 180 gp 1 lb
Scroll organizer 10 gp 0.5 lb

†These items weigh one-quarter this amount when made for Small characters.


New Mundane Item Descriptions:


Bandoleer: – Source: Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting
This leather belt has loops or pouches for carrying small items (up to dagger size). It is usually worn across the chest. It holds eight items.


Bandoleer, Masterwork: – Source: Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting
This well-crafted bandoleer holds twelve items.


Potion Belt: – Source: Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting
This sturdy leather belt similar to a bandoleer has pockets shaped to hold potion vials and is fitted with ties or flaps to keep the potions from falling out. It holds six potions. Retrieving a potion from a potion belt is a Swift action once per round.


Potion Belt, Masterwork: – Source: Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting
This extremely well-made potion belt holds ten potions. Retrieving a potion from a potion belt is a Swift action once per round.


Scroll Organizer: – Source: Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting
This long strip of leather has an overlapping series of fifteen pockets sewn along one side, each large enough to hold a scroll of a single spell. When slipped into a pocket, only the top of a scroll shows, allowing you to scan the scrolls’ titles.

Storage Item Descriptions

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