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Below is a full listing of all D&D magical item pricings for what is available in the DungeonSports Coliseum’s many stores. You’ll find a reference to an item’s sourcebook in the table as well. This page contains the full list, but you can also view lists of items in the following categories: magical armor, consumables, enchantments, items, magical weapons, mundane items, and banned items. Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything, Mythic Odyssey of Theros, The Wild Beyond The Witchlight, and Guildmasters’ Guide to Ravnica items are priced as well. Firearms, Explosives and Alien Technology also have their own page.

Popular Magic Items from the Dungeon Master’s Guide

  1. Gauntlets of Ogre Power – This item provides a huge boost to your Strength stat.
  2. Cloak of Elvenkind – This cloak makes it easier to pass those stealth checks.
  3. Cloak of Protection – This cloak gives you an AC bonus.
  4. Sentinel Shield – This shield helps with initiative rolls and Perception checks.
  5. Amulet of Health – This amulet increases your Constitution.
  6. Belt of Giant Strength – This is another item that increases your Strength. There are several varieties based upon the different types of giants in D&D.
  7. Boots of Striding and Springing – Run faster, jump higher, maybe…
  8. Rope of Entanglement – A nice item for when you need to tie someone or something up.
  9. Pipes of the Sewers – You can call swarms of rats, if that’s what you’re into.
  10. Periapt of Health – This periapt protects you from new disease and suppresses old ones.
  11. Gloves of Missile Snaring – With these gloves you can catch the stuff people shoot at you.
  12. Efreeti Chain – This armor bumps up your AC and gives you some other cool effects, if you’re strong enough.
  13. Dynamite – Ads a little kaboom to the right campaign setting.
  14. Sword of Vengeance – It provides an attack and damage bonus, but it is cursed.

D&D Magical Item Pricings and Your Game

The DungeonSports Coliseum is a high-magic campaign setting. Magical items may be more common than magical items are in your campaign setting. We price items consistent with the average income recommended for PCs in D&D 5e. As a result, our pricings should be widely applicable to most games. If the economy of your game is different, don’t worry! You can use the prices as a relative indicator of the power and utility of these items.

Sane Magical Item Prices was used as a starting point for pricing, but ongoing adjustments are being made to the pricing, and additional items continue to be added to the lists.

Source Books:
DMG – Dungeons and Dragons Dungeon Master’s Guide
FTD – Fizban’s Treasury of Dragons
GGR – Guildmasters’ Guide to Ravnica
MOT – Mythic Odyssey of Theros
PHB – Dungeon and Dragons Players Handbook, 5e
TCE – Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything
XGE – Xanathar’s Guide to Everything
WBW- The Wild Beyond the Witchlight