Bloodlines Legends Resources
This is a very sturdy bolt, made of iron.
This bowl was hand-carved from a solid piece of oak.
This candle is made of white wax, and looks to only have been lit once or twice.
Collect enough of these feathers and you could make a set of wings and fly too close to the sun and then plummet to your death.
This is a pile of common dust, useful for sneezing or making homes look dirty.
A bone from some mystery canine.
These shards were once part of a whole. Now they're just a whole lotta parts.
This is the most basic, bland, common wheat there is. It's technically edible, but it's better used in baked goods to disguise it.
This horseshoe is considered unlucky, as it was thrown by a horse at some point.
A small bundle of twigs from a witch's broomstick.
This silk was dyed red with essence of the madder plant.
A sturdy clay tile, with a basic pattern on it.
This shell is from the sea, but also happens to be a seafoam color.
This ivory thread is pure white and has a lot of tensile strength to it.
It's like a human ribcage, only smaller.
A plain copper medallion, just waiting to be inscribed or enchanted.
Generally attempting to retrieve the claw of a hellhound is a terrible idea, making them somewhat rarified.
This orb glows and swirls with a mesmerizing azure light.
Overshadowed by their iron and steel cousins, bolts made of brass still maintain a healthy presence in the steampunk construction market.
You really can't beat an iron pail when it comes to hauling water from a well.
This earthworm loves rain and dirt and would prefer to be experiencing those things right now.
It's as if a stained glass window depicting a bowl of oranges was smashed into bits.
This tankard has some unpleasant green stains on it.
This is a feather from the Cyan Lovebird, also known as the 'Lost Lovebird' due to its somber blue tones.
You wonder if the owner of this molar is still alive, and if so, whether they are missing it.
They're pretty tacky.
Jute is the second most valuable fabric fiber, behind cotton, due to its versatility. This is a ball of it.
Crayfish chitin has various medicinal and magical purposes, including making plasters that minimize the severity of scars.
This seedling is sprouting, and if planted in the right terrain would produce a tall coconut tree.
This eye was once alive, but after sitting in the eye socket of a ghoul for a while, it no longer is.
Known for their impervious qualities, rock tortoise shells in days of yore were used to create dragon-fire-proof shields.
This silver candlestick is only slightly tarnished and would go well in any bedroom or dinner setting.
While a gorgon's head can still turn you to stone, this claw merely smells bad and can give you a bad scratch if mishandled.
Various slime molds infest the dungeons and dark places of the world. This one is green.
This fork has 4 tines, and would be perfect for skewering food or perhaps being wielded by a very tiny demon.
This oak bead looks very old, and you wonder what civilization produced it.
Someone took their time weaving this sturdy hemp twine.
These pages are scrawled with maddeningly illegible writing.
Apparently someone saw red, and then smashed whatever this was.
This is a basic iron cauldron, not very expensive but well made.
This resin is blue, and very sticky.
Gnome bones are curiously tough, and these are no exception.
This aluminum plating could be useful in making armor or repairing various metal household objects.
A fine grass screen, useful for catching fish or preventing debris from blowing into your house.
This piece of sheet music glows with a reddish light, and you get the feeling you don't want to hear the music on it.
You wonder where the rest of this very tiny skeleton ended up, leaving behind only the head.
This mahogany figurehead graced the front of a small boat, but now is just an ornate piece of wood.
Angels make the finest harps, and then leave them behind when they decide to ditch their halos for horns.
These blue glass shards were part of some kind of blue glass festival, long ago.
This soap smells musky and produces a fine lather.
These special anise seeds can be used for seasoning, or crafting expectorant or upset stomach remedy.
How much straw goes into a bundle varies from country to country. This bundle feels just right to you.
Common garden snails leave their shells behind when they can no longer go on living for one reason or another.
This pine stake has been burned in some kind of magical fire.
This plain banner is tinted yellow with sagebrush-based dye.
The plumber who crafted this tubing is either brilliant or insane.
There's no way to tell what kind of vine this is until you water it and give it some sunlight.
As if worms couldn't get any more gross, this one is missing all of the pigment in its flesh.
The benefit of tin pegs is that they are lightweight. The downside is that they are tin.
This powder is a residue leftover from Rainbow Sprites as they frolic in the forest.
A mosquito is perfectly preserved in amber, and you wonder how old it is.
You check this dreamcatcher but there don't seem to be any dreams caught in it. Yet.
Crafted in some dark place where nameless beasts stood watching, the void pyramids give off an eerie hum and are cold to the touch.
As with most birds, these pigeon bones are hollow.
You are already imagining all the craft projects you could be doing with this puce yarn.
This candy is designed to mimic the shape of a piece of corn.
Without extensive testing, it's hard to say if this bell will jingle all the way or only part of the way.
For a creature that is part jackrabbit and part antelope, these eggs look surprisingly normal.
These shards could have come from a green bottle, or a green drinking glass, or a sculpture of a dragon devouring a bowl of broccoli.
If you hammer this nail into something, it will stay there.
This tankard usually holds drinks like beer or grog, and is made of oak.
These laces are made of leather and would be great for lacing not only shoes but also bodices, jerkins, or other items that need to be cinched.
An ancient unknown race carved strange glyphs into this piece of limestone.
The claws of the blood crab are sharp and make a unique clicking sound.
Goblins craft these stones to store various cursed magic. This one glows with a strange brownish light.
This phial is made of Moon Crystal, and any liquid stored inside will be imbued with its magical qualities.
This bell makes a tinny sound.
Knapweed flourishes in cold arid climates, and these seeds would need to be planted in such a place to flourish.
This goop is grey, dense, and unpleasant, and it came off of a Frog. Hopefully from the outside of the frog.
Centaurs cut off their manes for various ceremonial purposes, and then are coveted and traded by magic users for their various properties.
These are shards of purple glass. They're pretty but sharp!
An all purpose chain made of sturdy well cast iron.
These antlers were dropped by a deer of somewhat advanced age.
A well designed plate of stiff leather useful in making armor.
This bell definitely looks like it could almost all the way.
When pins won't do the trick, a voodoo pick is a useful item in dark magic.
The feathers of the scarlet snipe are a rarified commodity.
Bore worms do extremely unpleasant things to flesh, and should be avoided.
Crafted by astropaths and astrologists, tempest stones hold hidden powers relating to the stars and weather.
These jackalope eggs do not smell good.
Several hoops of thin iron are linked together to form a chain.
This button is made from a lustrous oak wood, and is in good shape.
This ooze is gooey, slippery, and glows a faint green.
This die has been cast many times, and you wonder how much luck it has left in it.
Copper cups fell out of fashion when it was discovered certain kinds of potent grog could react with the metal to create poison. You wonder how many people were poisoned by this one.
This torch has been burned to the point where it is not much use.
This feather is cold to the touch and remarkably heavy for a feather.
A fine iron cog that might go into a clock or steam mechanism of some kind.
Elves are known for their precision in crafting hourglasses, some with magical powers.
The broxa is a supposedly mythical beast, but this beak makes you think maybe they're real after all.
This tiny torch was crafted and meant to be carried by a pixie.
The piercing eye of a werecat.
There's something particularly unpleasant about this rusty fish hook.
This string is rather poorly woven but should be sufficient to keep a kite under control in anything but gale-wind conditions.
A palm frond could sprout from this seed, theoretically anyway.
These shards of glass are a curious pink color.
This charm made from a vulture claw has strange writing on it, which you cannot read.
This earring is made of hammered copper and looks new.
If given enough light and water, this fig will outgrow the pot.
A vampire bat passed away and this is one of the wings left behind.
This mask belonged to a Titan, a cadre of extremely well trained soldiers from a far away island.
This ring is designed to master the art of conjuring and controlling Golems.
The Drow race is renowned for producing these magical stones. Unfortunately the secrets of their creation remain hidden.
This soft fleece from a Gryffon glows with an ethereal light.
These boards have been sitting somewhere damp for a long time and are infested with fungus and rot.
A simple but well-made iron earring.
It's unclear what creature this meat is from, but one thing's for certain - it's beginning to spoil.
This book is badly burned, and it's difficult to tell what the contents might have been.
A piece of tin piping crafted by a competent blacksmith.
This mushroom is in the shape of a perfectly round, stubby button.
This very fine silk scarf is tinted blue.
What ancient civilization crafted this stone idol is impossible to guess, but the lion visage holds a majesty and wonder.
These wings were left behind by a deceased pixie, and still retain a faint glow.
Druids are known for their lore in the brewing process, and this grog lives up to the legend in potency and flavor.
This lute is made of gold and aspen wood, and plays beautifully.
Because of their intensely long lives, crocus jaws are not an easy thing to come by.
This spring, while once clearly finely made and very springy, is now rusted and probably unreliable.
This yarn is finely woven and stained with Indian Paintbrush pigment to be bright red.
This bit of leather has been crafted to lash things together.
This stone tells of the death of a certain elf, whose name you don't know because you can't read elven.
The luck properties of a jackalope foot charm are largely unsubstantiated, and yet they remain a coveted item.
A sturdy chain made of bronze.
This cluster of strange parasites writhes and pulses.
Beware this bracelet - like most things offered up by Mermaids to land-walkers, it may have treacherous powers.
The lavaworm is a strange creature inhabiting magma and other extremely hot locations.
Harpies rarely give up their claws on purpose, making them a somewhat rarified spell component.
Crafting a vortex rune tile is a tricky business, and often lands the crafter in the Void, or other unpleasant places.
The horns of minotaurs are not common spell components, because of the danger in harvesting them.
Crafted at extreme expense over the course of decades, astropath spectacles allow the wearer to see in the depths of space and time.
The culture from the island of Hypnos produced fantastic idols. This is one of them.