Non - Pathfinder Mundane Items Allowed
Wrist Sheath Item from the Pathfinder Companion Adventurer’s Armory – pg 9.
Wrist Sheath: This is a sheath designed to be strapped to your forearm and hidden under a long sleeve. The sheath can hold one light weapon, ranged weapon, or wand that weighs less than 1 pound. Alternatively, you may store up to 1 pound of ammunition in a wrist sheath. As a move action, you can bend your wrist to cause some or all of these items to drop into your hand. You have a +2 bonus on Sleight of Hands checks made to oppose the Perception check of someone observing or frisking you regarding items in the sheath. You can only wear one wrist sheath per arm.
NEW MUNDANE ITEMS:
|Bandoleer||15 sp||0.5 lb|
|Bandoleer, masterwork||15 gp||0.5 lb|
|Potion belt||3 gp||1 lb|
|Potion belt, masterwork||180 gp||1 lb|
|Scroll organizer||10 gp||0.5 lb|
†These items weigh one-quarter this amount when made for Small characters.
Bandoleer: – Source: Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting
This leather belt has loops or pouches for carrying small items (up to dagger size). It is usually worn across the chest. It holds eight items.
Bandoleer, Masterwork: – Source: Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting
This well-crafted bandoleer holds twelve items.
Potion Belt: – Source: Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting
This sturdy leather belt similar to a bandoleer has pockets shaped to hold potion vials and is fitted with ties or flaps to keep the potions from falling out. It holds six potions. Retrieving a potion from a potion belt is a Swift action once per round.
Potion Belt, Masterwork: – Source: Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting
This extremely well-made potion belt holds ten potions. Retrieving a potion from a potion belt is a Swift action once per round.
Scroll Organizer: – Source: Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting
This long strip of leather has an overlapping series of fifteen pockets sewn along one side, each large enough to hold a scroll of a single spell. When slipped into a pocket, only the top of a scroll shows, allowing you to scan the scrolls’ titles.