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Pixel Loot is a series of treasure card decks for use in any fantasy-themed table-top role-playing game. Each card represents a different item, with a name, picture, flavor text, and game stats (cost and weight, compatible with 3.5, 4e, 5e, and Pathfinder). There are a variety of unique items in each deck (40 in this set), intended for DMs to randomly draw when creating loot for their campaigns, or for players to conveniently keep track of what their character carries.

Best of all, Pixel Loot cards have a retro 16-bit style that lets players feel like they're playing an old SNES or Genesis RPG!

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Treasure cards are great at simplifying the game for both players and dungeon masters. No rolling or tables are necessary for determining what players find when scouring a dungeon: they simply draw a card, and hold onto it until it's used. The descriptive text on each card is written in a way that helps immerse players in the game world, and some even suggest potential plot hooks. 

AS A DUNGEON MASTER, you can customize your players' loot finds by adding or removing cards, or combining multiple decks, then just draw cards at random for quick and easy rewards. No more clunky loot tables and excessive die rolling. Just draw a card and hand it to the player!

AS A PLAYER, you can use Pixel Loot cards to easily keep track of what your character is carrying and using: Put a d20 on the "Arrows" card to help remember how many shots you have left. Put a d6 on the "Trail Rations" card to help remember how many days of food you have left. Does another character need to borrow your rope? Just hand him the "Hempen Rope" card! Never forget who has what, and say goodbye to character sheets blurred with constant erasing and re-writing!

Adventuring Gear 1 contains 40 items found on mundane equipment tables. These are the assorted goods that players gear their new characters with, that help them survive interesting dungeon scenarios. A full list of items found in this set follows:

Arrows Caltrops Flask of Oil Quill & Ink
Backpack Candle Grappling Hook Sack
Bedroll Chain Hammer Silk Rope
Bell Chest Hempen Rope Spellbook
Belt Pouch Clay Jug Hooded Lantern Tent
Blank Parchment Component Pouch Lamp Tinderbox
Block & Tackle Crossbow Bolts Lock Torch
Book Crowbar Map or Scroll Case Trail Rations
Bucket Empty Flask Pitons Waterskin
Bullseye Lantern Empty Vial Potion of Healing Whetstone


Note: Current version 1.1 contains minor grammatical corrections.

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Even N January 05, 2016 1:43 am UTC
Okay, this is cool. I am going to get this when I have enough money saved up, but I think this idea is brilliant.
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Shane B January 19, 2016 3:11 pm UTC
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There is a Kickstarter campaign going on right now for a new set: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/shanenopolis/pixel-loot-arms-and-armor
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This title was added to our catalog on July 18, 2015.