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Artifact or Magic Item? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of I’m a huge fan of the Demonomicon of Iggwilv articles, and thought it’d be cool to include the book itself in an adventure. I could have sworn that the Demonomicon was worked up in an article or adventure somewhere as a magic item or artifact, but I’ve been unable to locate it. I found a reference someone made to it appearing in The Plane Below: Secrets of the Elemental Chaosbut I can’t find it in there either.

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And, oddly enough, it doesn’t show up in the 4E Demonomicon book itself an oversight, in my opinion. Can someone tell me I’m not crazy? 4, if I am crazy, has anyone worked it up? I was thinking it’d make a great Tome Implement It was one of two “near artifact” items, along with Daoud’s Wondrous Lanthorn.

It might be worth getting a copy of the original adventure. I remember the description being pretty evocative. The module also introduces things linked to the book for the first time, like the demon lord Grazz’t. I wouldn’t make it an artifact, but more of a unique item with lots of story and background. No need for additional wondrous powers etc, just use the info in the original adventure as recommended by TerraDave.

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Or at least seem important. If you are looking at 4E, then it appears as an item, yes, a tome implement, in the Heroes of the Elemental Chaos. Though again, the original version is pretty cool I was looking for the 4E implementation.

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I have and have run back in the day Lost Cavernsand it was enough of a reward in 1E getting access to those excellent spells. I suppose in 4E terms, you could give access to the powers through retraining, but it seems clunkier than the wizard memorizing a few new spells the following day Originally Posted by TerraDave.

Originally Posted by SkidAce. Originally Posted by Balesir.

Colour me puzzled as heck – why would you not make it an artifact in 4e? The description “unique item with lots of story and background” seems to scream 4e artifact, to me.

From one point of view, what you say is correct. I was thinking “artifact” in terms of ultimate cosmic power, manufactured by the gods, pivotal in the destiny of the cosmos, etc, etc. My advice was meant to keep it out of that high a level of category. Most of my games don’t have anything called a “minor” artifact, hence my suggestion. Artifact as you described maybe Join Date Apr Posts 2. Demonimicon – artifact or not? Wow, now that’s a blast from the past! I remember my arch-mage picking up the Demonimicon and a friend’s character picking up the Lanthorn in that module.

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The Lanthorn was more trouble than it was worth; the gem lenses were incredibly expensive to make, and were used up very quickly. The Demonimicon was even more problematic.

I never really got to use it before college ended, as the DMs didn’t want to bother with it for some reason.

The only situation I can think of where it would come in handy is if a Demon Lord sent his minions after a party or character, and you wanted to protect them by using the book. I think its main problem was that it wasn’t fleshed-out enough at the time, but now I can see there appears to be an entire supplement titled after it! Interesting how things grow and change over time. The Codex of the Infinite Planes was very powerful and very specific about its abilities, but much more dangerous to use; it would eventually eat you.

Originally Posted by Liane the Wayfarer. That’s what I was looking for!

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