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Kaiser's Bazaar - The Jeweler's Exchange

Kaiser's Bazaar - The Jeweler's Exchange

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In the same vein as Kaiser's Bazaar - Book C and it's lists of Wood and Metal, comes the Jeweler's Exchange! The Jeweler's Exchange is a massive list of gems, jewelry and treasures. As always, you can use this printer-friendly list of precious stones and gems to decorate the goods from Books A, B, and C, or make fanciful items wholly from gemstone! (Ever wondered how much a Diamond Helmet would cost...)

  • The Jeweler's Exchange: Second only to dwarven gem-cutters of the Underplaza, this is the market for gems and jewelry. This section contains over 280 real gems, crystals, and precious stones! Every gem is described in detail with a listing to search by color, Hardness/HP, typical uses, where they are found, and their reputed powers. Included are rules to value gems by carat and clarity; instead of saying "2gp topaz", finally you can say "a crystal-clear, two carat topaz".
  • Also included is a listing of 91 different types of jewelry that can be decorated with these gems and made from the metals, woods, ceramics, glass in Books B & C.
  • G. Gelmo Bumpytoe's Luckiest Razareezo (Halfling Luck-Charms): Luck plays an important part in a halfling's life; this is a cultural peek into the lucky charms and rituals of the halflings of the Bazaar to help give your games more detail and character.
  • Gudoba Family Fine Rings (Costume Jewelry): A gypsy family that specializes in costume jewelry that anyone can afford, working from a giant wagon parked in the avenue. A list of fancy-sounding but inexpensive trinket rings and an interesting family...
  • Horitsukeru No Dekore-Shon (Decorative Carvings): From the exotic Far-East comes the ancient craft of lapidary art. From jade bowls to ivory sundials, a listing of decorative art treasures and rules to modify those treasures (and the other goodies from the series!) with your new selection of gems.

Make your games more engaging and your life easier! Try just one of the Kaiser's Bazaar Volumes! You'll wonder how you ever managed without it!

Try All The Kaiser's Bazaar Books!

 
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March 4th, 2007
Useful details. The details this tool can provide to you in your RPG, is very useful. Coming up with details of jewels and gems your players find in a merchant's shop, can be a tedious task. While the details may not prove to be particularly useful [...]
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November 29th, 2004
This is an excellent addition to any D20 fantasy game. They always come up with good ideas. It doesn't quite fit with the gems in the Dungeon Master's Guide. But I like their system a lot. QUALITY: Excellent VALUE: Very Sati [...]
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November 27th, 2004
I have all the other Kaiser's Bazaar books and am very happy with the series. The Jeweler's Exchange is of great use for DMs that actually force their spellcasters to replenish their spell components. It is also of great use for gathering up campaig [...]
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September 11th, 2004
The fourth in the series and it just keeps getting better! Goodies and the NPCs that sell them. Use with abandon, my fellow GMs! Use with abandon! [...]
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31
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This title was added to our catalog on September 03, 2004.
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Mad Kaiser Games
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