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Treasure Decks for 5e from Nord Games

Bored of divvying out gold pieces or trawling core rulebooks for decent loot for your players? Nord Games’ ‘Treasure Decks’ do all the hard work for you by providing easy-reference loot drop tables with the turn of a card. Choose your treasure or roll for it and leave it to fate – each card has a d12 roll with 4 results that vary in rarity and value – over 200 possible outcomes per deck.

There are five varieties of Treasure Deck in total, with 52 cards per deck. Each deck is intended to be used to generate random loot drops and treasure rewards for different level encounters, from commonly found gems, armor, weapons and potions in the CR 1-4 deck to immense wealth and legendary magical items in the CR 17-20 variation.

Treasure Deck CR 1-4 is perfect for a beginning party. It contains items such as wealth, gems, weapons, armor, and common magical items such as potions of healing and low level spell scrolls. Reviews 

Treasure Deck CR 5-8 is designed for more advanced parties. This deck contains more magical items than the CR 1-4 deck, as well as more valuable loot and collections of items. Reviews 

Treasure Deck CR 9-12 takes things one step further by including up to rare level magical items while still keeping the general theme of the decks. Sometimes instead of simply finding wealth or items, the players are rewarded with things to could be used to advance the storytelling. Reviews 

Treasure Deck CR 13-16 includes up to very rare magical items and starts to get into some of the highest end loot in the game. Reviews 

Treasure Deck CR 17-20 breaks into the legendary magical items and is intended for the highest level parties. These rewards are the sort of things we all seek to find in the most deadly dungeons and perilous quests! Reviews

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