KittyKathAngel Resident's Resources
Generally attempting to retrieve the claw of a hellhound is a terrible idea, making them somewhat rarified.
You really can't beat an iron pail when it comes to hauling water from a well.
This silver candlestick is only slightly tarnished and would go well in any bedroom or dinner setting.
A sturdy clay tile, with a basic pattern on it.
A bone from some mystery canine.
This silk was dyed red with essence of the madder plant.
A small bundle of twigs from a witch's broomstick.
This earthworm loves rain and dirt and would prefer to be experiencing those things right now.
These shards were once part of a whole. Now they're just a whole lotta parts.
This shell is from the sea, but also happens to be a seafoam color.
It's like a human ribcage, only smaller.
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.
Crayfish chitin has various medicinal and magical purposes, including making plasters that minimize the severity of scars.
This bowl was hand-carved from a solid piece of oak.
It's as if a stained glass window depicting a bowl of oranges was smashed into bits.
A plain copper medallion, just waiting to be inscribed or enchanted.
This tankard has some unpleasant green stains on it.
Overshadowed by their iron and steel cousins, bolts made of brass still maintain a healthy presence in the steampunk construction market.
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.
This eye was once alive, but after sitting in the eye socket of a ghoul for a while, it no longer is.
They're pretty tacky.
This is a very sturdy bolt, made of iron.
This seedling is sprouting, and if planted in the right terrain would produce a tall coconut tree.
Jute is the second most valuable fabric fiber, behind cotton, due to its versatility. This is a ball of it.
Known for their impervious qualities, rock tortoise shells in days of yore were used to create dragon-fire-proof shields.