Jun 252010
 

If you’re looking for a way to hold up your pants, Otherworld Creations have put forth 18 ideas.  All of them are magical, and as the name proclaims, all of them are fairly inexpensive in game, topping out at a maximum of 2,500 GP per item for your Pathfinder game.  The Genius Guide to Loot 4 Less: Belt One on is their latest offering in low cost magic items.

I can certainly see how these belts would add a lot of spice and variety to your lower level campaigns.  There’s nothing amazingly breathtaking about the belts themselves but your characters should get a kick out of finding useful magical items at lower levels.

OC have included a “Behind the Counter” feature where they explain their rational behind certain items, which I find interesting.

All in all this is a good expansion.  Weighing in at 8 pages and 18 items for under $3 (at the time of this writing) it’s not too bad a deal.

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