Talk:Party Cracker (3.5e Spell)
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Perhaps It would be a good idea to expand the possible outcomes for this spell? --Pz.Az.04Maus 01:21, 23 May 2006 (MDT)
I toned down some of the effects of the spell. Many effects were better than cantrips. The spell produced real wealth. The spell produced permanent magic items with no XP expenditure. --Dmilewski 12:58, 23 February 2007 (MST)
Well I have expand the possible outcomes, but now I am thinking maybe I have gone to far with it especially with:
96-99 A usable item appears, d20: 1 bedroll, 2 bell, 3 blanket (winter) 4 candle, 5 chalk (white), 6 comb, 7 flak (empty), 8 ink pen, 9 lamp (common), 10 mug, 11 oil (1 pint flask), 12 paper (sheet), 13 pitcher's clay, 14 sack, 15 soap (1 lb), 16 a towel, 17 torch, 18 Parchment (sheet), 19 wet stone, 20 cutlery.
It's real wealth but not higher than what you invests, a gold piece. --Onra77 14:50, 22 January 2012 (MST) Has anyone the original Party cracker the link unfortunate doesn't work.
Well I didn't notice that the duration is only one day, so it not so real wealth as I mentioned before. It looks like a prestidigitation spell, so the feat improved prestidigitation could improve this spell also. The goods are better than with the spell prestidigitation but also more limited.--Onra77 18:10, 7 April 2012 (MDT)
Was this intended to be a joke item or a serious item? --126.96.36.199 13:15, 17 September 2016 (MDT)