Belt of Giant StRength

Description: This is a wide braided belt made of leather and studded with iron. It is favored by dwarven miners and human soldiers, but gnomes and other races with lower Strength scores enjoy its benefits as well. Many goblin bodyguards in Ratchet wear these belts, to the surprise and dismay of any attackers.

Power: The belt adds to the wearer's Strength score in the form of an enhancement bonus of +4 or +6.

Moderate transmutation; CL 10th; Craft Wondrous Item, bull's strength; Price 16,000 gp(+4), 36,000 (+6); Cost 8,000 gp + 640 XP (+4), Cost 18,000 gp + 1,440 XP (+6); Weight 1 lb.

Binding of Flames

Description: The elven wizards of Dalaran protected their books with clever spells and traps, but one of the most deadly was the binding of flames. They took tough hide and dyed it a bright red, and bound it around blank spellbooks. When an arcanist receives the book, she spills three drops of blood onto the leather, which binds it to her forever. From that point on, only she may handle it. These precious books are long sought after by arcanists eager to protect their studies and thoughts from rivals — and, more recently, from the demon Legion still active in Azeroth.

Power: After a character binds the book to herself, if anyone else picks it up, it immediately engulfs itself in flames. The book deals 2d6 points of fire damage every round to anyone holding onto it. The pages within are not touched by the fire. In addition, if the owner carries the book in a hand, she may use immolation at will.

Moderate evocation; CL 7 th; Craft Wondrous Item, immolation; Price 56,000 gp; Cost 28,000 gp + 2240 XP; Weight 4 lb.

Black Whiskey

Description: After watching too many adventurers down on their luck attempt to hide from their pursuers in her bar, Xiang developed this inky black whiskey. Thicker than most scotch whiskeys, it has a black tone that glows golden when the light hits it. The whiskey has a penetrating woody taste, and does not light a fire in the belly; it goes down smooth and cold. She sold shots of this to the desperate-looking types in her bar, and they paid nearly any price for its stealth properties.

Power: With one sip of this whiskey, the drinker blurs, melting into the shadows and becoming undetectable by anyone trying to find her by magical means. If she stays motionless, she remains invisible for 30 minutes. After that, she needs another sip, which causes her to move and therefore become visible for a moment. If she drinks four sips, she becomes invisible and is able to move for 10 minutes, but she takes a -4 penalty to her Agility. An unopened bottle of this brew holds 12 sips; the price below is for a single shot (one sip).

Faint transmutation; CL 3rd; Craft Wondrous Item, nondetection, shadow meld; Price 450 gp; Cost 225 gp + 18 XP; Weight 1 lb.

Blind Hood of Knowledge Description: This hood is made of heavy, black wool and obscures vision entirely.

Power: After wearing this hood for one round, the wearer can identify any item placed into her hands as if having cast the spell by the same name.

Faint divination; CL 1st; Craft Wondrous Item, identify; Price 2,000 gp; Cost 1,000 gp + 80 XP; Weight 1 lb.

Boots of the Earth Shaker

Description: Dwarves originally developed these boots to aid in their mining. Why chip away for days at rock when one stomp from these boots can do the job for you? Some of the dwarves in Kalimdor have banned the use of

Pandaren Brews

Little is more revered in the pandaren culture than brewing. These refined soldiers consider brewing as important to their culture as art and traditional ritual. In fact, many of their society's arts and rituals would suffer if not for the brewing. Although various kinds of alcohol are in every part of life for the pandaren, they are far from a drunken society. Because of the love of drink, the tradition of brewing is considered one of the noblest pursuits, and they revere their brewmasters like other societies honor their priests.

The brews, for the most part, carry the hallowed names of the original brewmasters who created them. Chou Ling Sing, Hong Liu, and the brewmaster known only as Xiang are the three most revered brewmasters, and they had a frequent and friendly rivalry. Chou and Hong put their names on their brews, while Xiang preferred hers to go anonymous — if she named none of them, she could claim all that did not bear the other two's names.

With these masters long dead, their present day protégés carry on the traditions. Pandaren brewmasters go on long quests in order to find new and exotic ingredients for their drinks, looking for herbs and ingredients to create new recipes. The brewmasters are affable and kind, yet deadly soldiers if crossed. They are proficient in both healing arts and their own form of martial arts. With their knowledge of alchemy, potion-making and brewing, pandaren have created superb ales and spirits that have become a welcome drink at any adventurer's table.

The brews hold magic properties. The brewmaster searches specifically for plants, berries and fungi that are infused with magic to use in her spirits and beers. Brewmasters have to command potent magic in order to distill these liquids. Treat drinking a pandaren brew as if it were a potion. They are so potent that effects are immediate upon swallowing one swig unless otherwise stated.

This book includes five pandaren brews: black whiskey, Chou s hair of the dog ale, Hong's bravery brew, Hong's fighting lager, and wounded warrior whiskey.

these boots because of damage done to titan artifacts, but in Khaz Modan they're in common usage. The boots are made of thick, black leather and go halfway up the calf.

Power: When the wearer of these boots stomps twice (once for each foot), he can cast move earth once per day as if he had cast the spell of the same name. He must wear both boots for the effect.

Moderate transmutation; CL 11th; Craft Wondrous Item, move earth; Price 26,400 gp; Cost 13,200 gp + 1,056 XP; Weight 3 lb.

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