Lixingke Kujisawa's Resources
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.
The most common coinage of the realm, the copper coin forms the basis of the economy.
This is a pile of common dust, useful for sneezing or making homes look dirty.
This candle is made of white wax, and looks to only have been lit once or twice.
This shell is from the sea, but also happens to be a seafoam color.
A bone from some mystery canine.
This is a very sturdy bolt, made of iron.
It's like a human ribcage, only smaller.
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 glowing mineral is vital to the crafting and recharging of magical items.
These shards were once part of a whole. Now they're just a whole lotta parts.
Generally attempting to retrieve the claw of a hellhound is a terrible idea, making them somewhat rarified.
This horseshoe is considered unlucky, as it was thrown by a horse at some point.
A plain copper medallion, just waiting to be inscribed or enchanted.
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 ivory thread is pure white and has a lot of tensile strength to it.
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 bowl was hand-carved from a solid piece of oak.
This mask belonged to a Titan, a cadre of extremely well trained soldiers from a far away island.
Blood Flasks can be crafted from Vital Blood, and consumed to boost stamina.
This eye was once alive, but after sitting in the eye socket of a ghoul for a while, it no longer is.
This earthworm loves rain and dirt and would prefer to be experiencing those things right now.
Overshadowed by their iron and steel cousins, bolts made of brass still maintain a healthy presence in the steampunk construction market.
This tankard has some unpleasant green stains on it.
It's as if a stained glass window depicting a bowl of oranges was smashed into bits.
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.
Jute is the second most valuable fabric fiber, behind cotton, due to its versatility. This is a ball of it.
A vessel on a rope to harvest and carry liquid.
They're pretty tacky.
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