Classic Treasures Revisited

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Classic Treasures Revisited
Classic Treasures Revisited
Author(s) Amber Stewart, Michael Kortes, and Jonathan H. Keith
Publisher Paizo Publishing, LLC
Price Print: $19.99
PDF: $15.99
Released April 2010
Type Sourcebook
Binding Paperback
Pages 64 pages
isbn ISBN 978-1-60125-220-3
Rules set PFRPG
Series Pathfinder Chronicles
Follows NPC Guide
Precedes Faction Guide
Artwork from Classic Treasures Revisited

Classic Treasures Revisited, a sourcebook by Jacob Burgess, Brian Cortijo, Jonathan H. Keith, Michael Kortes, Jeff Quick, Amber Scott, Amber Stewart, and Russ Taylor, was released in April 2010.

The Ultimate RewardEvery adventurer dreams of glittering treasures and magical relics, and such remarkable rewards spur the quests and ignite the imaginations of history's greatest heroes, driving them to greatness—or their doom. Yet above coins of gold and gem-studded baubles rise those riches that are themselves the envy of kings, the causes of calamities, and the stuff of legends. With the power to slay titanic beasts, reduce whole castles to ruin, and change the flow of fate, such mythic items fill the stories of sages and treasure seekers the world over. And now, the greatest of these wonders rest within your hands.

This compendium of curiosities reveals the magic and legacy of 10 of the most famous and infamous items and artifacts in the history of fantasy roleplaying. From the head-slicing swipes of the vorpal sword to the awesome magical might of the staff of the magi, the depthless bag of holding to the world-warping deck of many things, the investigations within reveal the mysterious creations, cunning uses, magical variations, and untold other secrets of these ultimate treasures.

No matter the campaign setting, Classic Treasures Revisited unleashes a hoard of history's greatest magic items upon your game—along with all the adventures they inspire—and proves that true treasures never tarnish.

Highlighted treasures include:


Bag of Holding by Jacob Burgess (4)

Cube of Force by Jonathan H. Keith (10)

Deck of Many Things by Michael Kortes (16)

Figurines of Wondrous Power by Jeff Quick (22)

Helm of Brilliance by Jonathan H. Keith (28)

Horn of Valhalla by Russ Taylor (34)

Sphere of Annihilation by Amber Stewart (40)

Staff of the Magi by Amber Scott (46)

Vorpal Sword by Brian Cortijo (52)

Well of Many Worlds by Amber Stewart (58)