Adventures of the Imperial Court

Raiders of the Lost Oasis: Treasure & XP Log

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Raiders of the Lost Oasis: Treasure and Experience

After securing yourselves in the knowledge that you were in no further immediate danger, you set up camp and used the following morning to recover what you could from the ancient temple and the destroyed camp before setting out again toward your destination.

In the Temple


  • Small diamond (50gp)
  • Coin pouch with 11gp
  • Scimitar with ornate gold-wire handle (25gp value)
  • Silver dagger with emerald set in hilt (125gp value)
  • Coin pouch with 7cp
  • Small silver mirror (15gp value)
  • Small silver collar with bell (15gp value)
  • Small iron lockbox set with four agates (50gp value) containing four vials of powder: silver (1gp), jade (20gp), gold (25gp), diamond (250gp)
  • From Ankhotep’s body:

    • Gold necklace set with onyx (125gp)
    • Three gold rings (75gp ea)
    • Gold bracer set with rubies (together as jewelry worth 450; 4 rubies worth 100gp ea)
  • Copper game board with opal pieces (you don’t know the game; est 345gp value)

Magic Items:

  • Scroll of Magic Weapon (3rd level)
  • Sand Bag – Wondrous item, rare

    • This nondescript sack appears to be a worn burlap or cloth sack tied with a simple hemp rope. Careful examination of the hemp tie and a successful DC 15 Wisdom (Perception) check reveals fine gold thread interwoven into a command word. The sack, although full with at least 50 pounds of sand, weighs about 2 pounds. If opened, the bag releases a gust of wind spell that lasts for only 1 round. Assuming the bag is full, the sand is expelled with force. This causes 2d6 bludgeoning damage in a 15-foot cone and any creatures in the area of effect need to make a DC 12 Dexterity saving throw, or become blinded until the end of their next turn. The sand bag can be used two times per day, assuming it is refilled with normal sand. If not refilled with sand, it simply functions as a limited-duration gust of wind spell.
  • Decanter of Endless Water (DMG pg. 161) but in form of ornate bowl of hammered copper decorated with hieroglyphics and pictographs of Ankhotep’s life; command words: “flumyne” for stream, “foncyne” for fountain, “yegser” for geyser (yuk yuk)
  • Staff of the Python (DMG pg. 204) top is head of a desert asp
  • Ankh dagger +1
  • Helm of Comprehending Languages (DMG pg. 173) in form of a silver headband with hieroglyphs
  • Ring of Feather Fall (DMG pg. 191)
  • Wand of Magic Missiles (DMG pg. 211)

In the Ruined Camp


  • Various coin pouches with a total of

    • 140gp
    • 112sp
    • 78cp
  • Too many orchish weapons to carry with you, and civilized lands don’t brook in their trade anyway.
  • Three flasks of alchemist’s fire
  • Pouch containing five diamonds (50gp ea) and one pearl (100gp)

Magic Items:

  • Arrow of Darkness x2, Arrow of Silence x1

Experience: 1,250 each


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