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Commodity Cards III: Finished Goods - Swords to Plowshares

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As parties of adventurers roam the globe in search of treasure, not everything they find will be gold, silver, or precious gems. Sometimes the party will come across more mundane, yet still valuable, commodities that are bought and sold every day and help keep the world economies going. How do you determine what the value of a surrey, or a set of builder's tools should be? If a party should defeat a band of Gnolls and collect a dozen battleaxes, what price will they get when they sell them in the next town?

To answer this question Tangent Games has created Commodity Cards. Commodity Cards are cards that the GM can print out and use to determine the type, quantity, and value for different commodities. Commodity Cards III: Finished Goods - Swords to Plowshares deals with those commodities that have been made into armor, barding, tools, weapons, and transportation. The set contains 280 different cards depicting finished goods from chainmail to short swords and adzes to galleys.

In addition, if you do not want to print out a set of Commodity Cards, tables for random generation have been included!

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July 16th, 2008
I love all of the comodity card set ups.. they help jog your brain for materials and other items you come accross in the world... Also they have each volume separated into catagories with percentile rolls too... [...]
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October 12th, 2007
VERY useful tool. These massive (but not TOO massive) charts allow you to tailor your more "mundane" finds and allow you to quickly furnish your areas with "stuff" without having to say, "ok, you search and find 6 silver pieces and a bunch of other non-va [...]
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July 1st, 2007
I am really not happy with this product at all. Based on the product description, which says that the cards "depict" various items, I expected illustrations. Instead, every "armor" card has the same picture (a fuzzy suit of plate mail) [...]
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April 17th, 2007
I like this series ... it's very comprehensive and while I don't know how compatible it is with D20 (particuarly D&D), I find it's depth and thoroughness to be very good. I printed them all off and have them as a great reference. LIKED [...]
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November 21st, 2006
I'm actually going to post the same review for Commodity Cards 1 through 5 since I bought the bundle and have the same things to say about them: The Commodity Card series makes it quite easy to generate "mundane" (and more realistic) treasure [...]
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