Cauldron (3.5e Equipment)

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Cauldrons are used to brew witch crafted items. They can also be used to brew more mundane concoctions, such as stews or soups, or even utilized for laundry.

Cauldron, Leather: A leather cauldron is a sheet of leather which can be folded up and carried in a backpack when not in use. It can be used for witch crafting via the Erect Cauldron ability, but imposes a -1 circumstance penalty to Craft (alchemy) checks made on items (or item components) brewed within it. Cost 5sp; Weight 2 lb.

Cauldron, Tin: A tin cauldron enables witchcraft brewing, but grants no bonuses (or penalties). Cost 1gp; Weight 10 lb.

Cauldron, Iron: An iron cauldron grants a +1 circumstance bonus to Craft (alchemy) checks made on items (or item components) brewed within it. Cost 2gp; Weight 20 lb.

Cauldron, Steel: A steel cauldron grants a +2 circumstance bonus to Craft (alchemy) checks made on items (or item components) brewed within it. Cost 5gp; Weight 25 lb.

Cauldron, Copper: A copper cauldron grants a +3 circumstance bonus to Craft (alchemy) checks made on items (or item components) brewed within it. Cost 10gp; Weight 20 lb.

Cauldron, Steel, Copper-bottomed: A copper-bottomed steel cauldron grants a +5 circumstance bonus to Craft (alchemy) checks made on items (or item components) brewed within it. Cost 20gp; Weight 25 lb.



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