Scrimshawing Tools (5e Equipment)
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Scrimshaw is the art of carving in bone. This activity is usually done by sailors to tell their bold and daring tales they made at sea. You can always keep these pieces as trinkets, or sell them as fine art. Your kit is kept in a roll up leather case. It has 8 slots in it, one for a magnifying glass, five for progressively finer knives, one for a small needle/pick, and a final slot for an ink pen to fill the carvings with. This pen is very dark and sharp, and would tear right through any regular paper if written on. This kit also comes with a stand strapped to the side with 8 inches of rope. It can hold any bone under 50 pounds without snapping or bending.
Cost: 1 gp
Weight: 5 lb