SRD:Specific Cursed Items

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Specific Cursed Items

Specific Cursed Items are provided as examples of cursed items. They are given creation prerequisites, should someone want to intentionally create them (although that does not need to be the origin of the item). Note, however, two exceptions: The crystal hypnosis ball and the bag of devouring cannot be created by any known means.

A simple detect magic spell yields a misleading aura and strength, often indicating that the item is a noncursed item of similar sort. An identify spell only has a 1% chance per caster level to reveal a cursed item’s true properties, including the cursed aspect. Analyze dweomer reveals the true nature of a cursed item.

Table: Specific Cursed Items

d% Item Market Price
01–05 Incense of obsession 200 gp
06–15 Ring of clumsiness 500 gp
16–20 Amulet of inescapable location 1,000 gp
21–25 Stone of weight 1,000 gp
26–30 Bracers of defenselessness 1,200 gp
31–35 Gauntlets of fumbling 1,300 gp
36–40 –2 sword, cursed 1,500 gp
41–43 Armor of rage 1,600 gp
44–46 Medallion of thought projection 1,800 gp
47–52 Flask of curses 2,100 gp
53–54 Dust of sneezing and choking 2,400 gp
55 Helm of opposite alignment 4,000 gp
56–60 Potion of poison 5,000 gp
61 Broom of animated attack 5,200 gp
62–63 Robe of powerlessness 5,500 gp
64 Vacuous grimoire 6,000 gp
65–68 Spear, cursed backbiter 7,500 gp
69–70 Armor of arrow attraction 9,000 gp
71–72 Net of snaring 10,000 gp
73–75 Bag of devouring
76–80 Mace of blood 16,000 gp
81–85 Robe of vermin 16,500 gp
86–88 Periapt of foul rotting 17,000 gp
89–92 Sword, berserking 17,500 gp
93–96 Boots of dancing 30,000 gp
97 Crystal hypnosis ball
98 Necklace of strangulation 60,000 gp
99 Cloak of poisonousness 62,000 gp
100 Scarab of death 80,000 gp

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