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100 Things to Find in an Alchemy Lab (5E)

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Alchemy labs are common in fantasy, whether they belong to a wizard or other spelluser, or to a dedicated alchemist. This supplement has 100 things to find in such a lab, some mundane, some alchemical and some magical. They can range from junk to valuable to dangerous.

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Here are some sample results:

  • Lump of glass that proves to be malleable when tried. The glass can be shaped into different forms, stretched and pulled apart, but only sets when exposed to heat (there is enough glass to make the equivalent of 10 glass flasks).
  • Lying in a stone dish is what initially looks to be a bright orange-red feather, but on closer examination (DC 5 Wisdom (Perception) check), though it clearly still looks like a feather, it appears to be one made of flame.
  • Mandrake root that is being made into a homunculus. The homunculus hasn't been fully finished yet, but the root twitches every now and then (the root will do nothing more than twitch unless finished).
  • Mesh cages, in each of which is a white rat. Some of the rats look healthy, whilst others appear to have strange growths on them. One rat will explode if frightened (2 (1d2+1) damage to all within a foot).
  • Metal box lined with stone. On the side of the box are two gemstones, one red, one blue. Pressing the blue gemstone lowers the temperature in the box to below freezing, whilst the red one raises it to above the boiling point of water (the box radiates transmutation).


One page is the front cover, one the front matter, one is ads and one the Open Game License.

The supplement is also available in the following versions: Pathfinder and system neutral. You do not need all versions.


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