General Equipment
General Equipment from
True20 Adventure Roleplaying
Adventuring Gear
Backpack (empty)
Candles, dozen
Grappling hook
Ladder, 10-foot
Lantern, hooded
Rations, trail (per day)
Rope, hempen (50 ft.)
Rope, silk (50 ft.)
Ship's passage
Mounts and Related Gear
Barding, medium
Barding, large
Bit and bridle
Donkey or mule
Feed (per day)
Horse, pony
Horse, warhorse
Saddle, military
Saddle, pack
Saddle, riding
Stabling (per day)

Adventuring Gear

These items are used when venturing into the rainforest.

A vessel made for burning substances, used for burning incense, heating liquids, or providing warmth.

Cooking pot
This small pot is used to boil soup and carried for adventuring.

Fire-lighting stone
Lighting a torch with a fire-lighting stone is a full-round action, and lighting any other fire with them take at least that long.

Folding stool
A folding stool is a portable tripod stool made from wood.

Adventuring gear Size Cost Weight
Brazier Small 15 4 lb.
Cooking pot Tiny 9 1 lb.
Fan Tiny 4
Fire-lighting stone Fine 1
Folding stool Small 10 10 lb.
Hammock Med 2 5 lb.
Mosquito net Large 6 5 lb.
Tea set Tiny 3 2 lb.
Umbrella Med 2 3 lb.

A hammock is made out of woven and lightweight material, used mainly to keep a character from sleeping on wet jungle ground.

Mosquito net
Mosquito nets are meant to protect a character from disease and insect bites while sleeping or resting. A mosquito net grants a +4 bonus on Survival checks to avoid fatigue from crawling insects. See Hazards and Environment.

Tea set
This portable tea set contains a ceramic teapot and 4 tea bowls, usually brown, black, or blue, and a wooden case to protect the items from breaking. More expensive sets are made from porcelain. Drinking tea is largely associated with medicine and not drunk for pleasure's sake.

An umbrella is used as protection against sunlight or rain.


Clothing Outfit

  • Casual: This simple outfit includes a short sleeve shirt worn outside loose trousers with sandals, or a sari and underskirt or dress. Headcloth are used to protect the head and to wipe away the sweat.
  • Fine: This set of clothes consists of fine cloth slippers, brightly coloured clothes, fancy hats, long robes tied with a sash or jade belts, or a sarong with a long scarf or shawl around the head or neck. Heavy silk in the winter and light silk in the summer.
  • Formal Clothing: These extravagant clothes are expensive and to show it, not for travelling. This outfit includes fancy, embroidered clothes made from the finest silk, shoes, a belt, a plaited vest, or an embroidered kebaya and all-white sarong for the women. This is just the clothing, not the jewellery or other ornamentation.
  • Poor: Consists of baggy pants made of hemp fibre with a loose cotton shirt. Sandals are made from straw.
  • Travel clothing: This set of clothes include boots, a cotton skirt, trousers, underclothes, and an overcoat.

Dupatta, also shayla is a long scarf worn by women, traditionally worn like a cape around the entire torso or across both shoulders.

The kebaya is a beautiful, translucent, embroidered blouse worn by women, usually with a sarong.

Clothing Size Cost Weight
Clothing outfit
Casual Med 2 2 lb.
Fine Med 12 6 lb.
Formal Med 15 10 lb.
Poor Med 1 2 lb.
Travel Med 2 5 lb.
Dupatta Small 1 1/2 lb.
Kebaya Med 7 2 lb.
Sari Med 4 3 lb.
Sarong Med 2 1 lb.
Uniform Med 6 4 lb.

An overcoat is a knee-length, full sleeve garment worn over normal clothes. It grants a +5 bonus on Fortitude saving throws against exposure to cold weather.

The sari, traditionally worn by women, is wrapped around the waist, with one end then draped over the shoulder baring the midriff, usually worn over a underskirt. A shawl is also worn covering the upper half of the sari.

The sarong is a lower garment worn by both men and women. It resembles a large sheet of fabric wrapped around the waist and worn as a skirt. The fabric is brightly coloured or made with patterns that resemble animals or plants, or chequered or geometric patterns.

Men wear sarongs woven in a check pattern, usually only during ceremonial or religious occasions; women wear sarongs dyed in the batik method in flower motifs and bright colours. In formal settings, women often wear a sarong with kebaya blouse.

From the Pahanari Commerce Guild emissary to a state soldier of the Kaliyatra empire, people like these tend to wear uniforms—making such clothing an essential part of some disguises, since a uniform inclines people to trust the wearer.

Food and Drink Size Cost
Buttermilk 3
Dim sum 2
Fruit juice 1
Liquor 5
Meals (per day)
Poor 2
Common 4
Good 7
Palm toddy 2
Soybean milk 2
Tea 1
Tea, herbal 3
Wine 7
Wine, snake 10

Food and Drink

Even heroes need to eat and drink sometimes.

Popular coolant in Padmattiya. Buttermilk is lower in fat than sweet milk an has a slightly sour taste.

Dim sum
Light dish served with tea, usually served in the mornings until noon time. They look like balls of dough with food encased in pastry or leaves, containing small portions of meat, seafood and vegetables.

Fruit Juice
Juice is the liquid extract in fruit or vegetable tissue. Popular juices include but not limited to mango, dragonfruit, lemon, pineapple, longan, orange, watermelon and jackfruit.

Most alcoholic beverages are made from grain such as rice or wheat. It is traditionally consumed with food rather than drunk on its own.

Poor meals might be composed of beans, turnips, barley cakes, peaches, porridge, bits of pork or chicken, plums, lots of fish, and water or tea. Common meals, found in local food centres or tea houses, might consist of bread made from wheat, fried noodles, rice with seafood, fish, chicken or pork, and tea, soybean milk or fruit juice. Good meals, often served in restaurant or banquets, might be composed of deep fried meat, duck or expensive seafood, imported delicacies or pastries, and palm toddy, liquor or wine.

Palm toddy
Palm toddy or palm wine is a alcoholic beverage made from the sugary sap palm trees. It is collected by tapping the top of the trunk. Palm toddy is a cloudy, white beverage with a sweet alcoholic taste. It is particularly popular in parts of Pahanari Lands,Padmattiya, Nau Islands and Langa.

Soybean milk
Soybean milk or soy milk is a beverage made from soy beans. Soy milk has about the same protein value as cow's milk.

Tea is by far the most common beverage in the Suwarnabumi peninsula. Tea grew out of the necessity to boil the water before drinking it. According to legend, when the Kaliyatra Emperor was waiting for his water to boil, dried leaves from a nearby tree fell into the pot, and created a brown liquid. Curious, the Emperor drank some, and found it very refreshing. And so, tea was born.

Wine, snake
Wine that is preserved with a whole venomous snake in the bottle. The poison is dissolved in the liquor. The wine is drunk as a restorative in small shorts or cups. It is believed to possess medicinal qualities.

Tools and Kits

Tools and kits Size Cost Weight
Alchemist kit Med 16 6 lb.
Artisan's tools Small 7 5 lb.
Artisan's tools, masterwork Small 15 5 lb.
Book Tiny 7 1 lb.
Climbing gear Large 11 10 lb.
Compass Dim 9 1 lb.
Counting frame Dim 7 0 lb.
Disguise kit Med 12 5 lb.
Divination kit Dim 10 3 lb.
Fishing tools Tiny 10 8 lb.
Hourglass Tiny 13 1 lb.
Hunter's kit Med 15 5 lb.
Lockpick set Tiny 9 1 lb.
Merchant's scale Tiny 4 1 lb.
Mortar and pestle Dim 6 3 lb.
Instrument, percussion Large 12 12 lb.
Instrument, stringed Medium 13 7 lb.
Instrument, wind Tiny 8 1 lb.
Joss stick (25) Dim 1 0.5 lb.
Physician's kit Small 5 3 lb.
Statue, worshiping Tiny 6 2 lb.
Tattoo kit Dim 14 8 lb.
Tools, masterwork Small 15 1 lb.
Water clock Small 14 8 lb.
Wheelbarrow Large 7 12 lb.

Alchermist kit
A portable laboratory for use with the Craft (alchemy) skill, an alchemist kit includes the tools and components necessary for mixing and analysing acids, bases, explosives, toxic gases, and other chemical compounds.

Artisan's tools
These tools include the items needed to pursue any craft. Without them, you have to use improvised tools (–2 penalty on Craft checks), if you can do the job at all. A masterwork version of these tools serve the same purpose as artisan's tools, but you get a +2 bonus on Craft checks made with them.

Each book has a specific subject or moral message. When using the Knowledge skill, add the book's bonus if its topic applies to the check.

Climbing gear
All of the tools and equipment to make climbing easier, including ropes, gloves, spikes and a rope harness. Climbing gear grants your a +2 bonus on Climb checks.

A compass grants its user a +2 bonus on Knowledge (earth sciences) and Survival checks made to navigate in the right direction.

Counting frame
This calculating tool is made of wood with brass trim. It's capable of performing complex calculations and reinforcing the simplest of math concepts. A counting frame gives you a +2 bonus on Knowledge (physical sciences) checks.

Disguise kit
This kit contains everything needed to use the Disguise skill, including makeup, brushes, mirrors, wigs, and other accouterments. It doesn't contain clothing or uniforms, however. A disguise kit grants a +2 bonus on Disguise checks. A disguise kit is exhausted after ten uses.

Fishing tools
This kit includes a fishing hook, cleaning knife and small net. A fishing kit grants a +2 bonus to Survival checks to get along in the wild, such as catching a fish.

A hourglass is one of the few reliable methods of measuring time, especially at sea.

Hunter's kit
Specialized tools and hunting knives, live traps for small game, leashes, and cages. A hunter's kit grants a +2 bonus on Survival checks in any terrain to get along in the wild.

Instrument, stringed
A zither or zheng, necessary in order to use Perform (stringed instruments). Common stringed instruments include the sarinda, zheng and zither.

Instrument, percussion
A bell or gong, necessary in order to use Perform (percussion instruments). Common percussion instruments include the bell, gong and zhu.

Instrument, wind
A flute or ocarina, necessary in order to use the Perform (wind instrument) skill. Common wind instruments include the bawa and guan.

Joss stick
A slender stick of incense burned before a religious icon, statue, alter or shrine. The tradition of burning incense is widespread and has been around for a very long time. The purchase Difficulty given is for a case of 25 sticks.

Lockpick set
This kit contains the tools you need to use the Disable Device skill. Without these tools, you must improvise tools, and you take a –2 penalty on Disable Device checks.

Mortar and pestle
A mortar and pestle is a tool used to crush, grind and mix ingredients. The pestle is a heavy stick used for pounding and the mortar is a bowl. Without them, a character would have to improvise tools and suffer a –2 penalty on Craft (Herbalism) checks. The masterwork version of these tools are made from smooth materials that does not absorb the substances being ground, granting a +2 bonus on Craft (Herbalism) checks.

Merchant's scales
A scale grants a +2 bonus on checks to appraise items valued by weight, including anything made of precious metals.

Physician's kit
Needle and thread, cloth bandages, and alcoholic disinfectants. A healer's kit can be used to help a dazed, unconscious, or stunned character by making a Medicine check (Difficulty 15). A physician's kit can be used only once. Skill checks made without a physician's kit incur a -4 penalty.

Tattoo kit
These tools are needed to use the Craft (Tattooing) skill to "hand-tap" ink beneath the skin. The kit includes common dye-recipes, a wooden pricker with up to twelve bamboo or metal needles, a small sticker used to hammer against the pricker, and ink. Without them, a character has to use improvised tools and suffer a –2 penalty on Craft (Tattooing) checks.

Tool, masterwork
This well-made item is the perfect tool for the job. It grants a +2 bonus on a related skill check (if any). Bonuses provided by multiple masterwork items used toward the same skill check do not stack.

Wheelbarrows can transport six passengers at once upon the animal or driver pulling the wheelbarrow, with a wheel in the centre of the barrow. Peasants use wheelbarrows to take a load of produces to the marketplace. Also used by soldiers to carry out the wounded or dead from the battlefield.


Transportation Size Cost
Trishaw 1
Palanquin 6

A trishaw is either a vehicle powered by the driver as one would a bicycle, or a two-wheeled cart which seats one or two persons, pulled by the driver.

A palanquin is a covered sedan chair enclosed in silk curtains carried on four poles. Palanquins is often used in many kingdoms to transport the ruling class and royalty. It is also used as a bridal chair to carry the bride to her wedding ceremony.

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