Trinkets

1 A pouch full of the finger-bones of a small child
2 A black handkerchief with a silver cobweb embroidery
3 A book full of poems about the beauty of death
4 A brooch in the shape of a grinning vampire’s face
5 A miniature iron maiden, whose spikes are still sharp
6 A stuffed raven that caws at sunset
7 An idyllic, pastoral scenery carved onto a full set of human teeth
8 A snow globe with fluttering bats instead of snow
9 A pamphlet denouncing those who have no soul
10 Four rings each set with a black stone depicting a different phase of the moon
11 A perfumed love letter that smells of rotting roses to anyone with a tragic past
12 A little sack full of grave dirt and broken pieces of a doll
13 A bracelet that is invisible unless in complete darkness
14 A snuffbox filled with a white powder that when inhaled, produces dreams of being lost in a massive, gloomy castle
15 Twelve tiny ceramic dancers, each missing a single limb
16 A goblet that makes any liquid drunk from it taste like sour wine
17 A notebook containing colorful descriptions of animal and human vivisections
18 A hairpin made of hardened human hair
19 A bloodstained left sock
20 A set of blank playing cards covered in bloodstains that appear different every time they are looked at
21 Half of a tiny, silver heart
22 A glass eye with a blood-red pupil
23 A used wooden leg stained with blood
24 A shrunken werewolf head
25 A needle threaded with sinew
26 A preserved, pressed flower that still smells of springtime
27 A set of knitting needles made of bone
28 A silver spoon carved with the phrase “I am the land”
29 A set of dice with ordinary pips, yet which always shows a blank side when rolled
30 A garrote made of braided hair with a pink ribbon tied in it
31 Four clay jars filled with a preserved lung, a stomach, a liver and an intestine
32 A black hair-ribbon covered in minuscule writing describing the process of wasting away from starvation
33 A monocle that when looked through, makes the world appear in shades of grey
34 A white silk glove that appears stained with blood, but only when worn by someone
35 A pair of dance slippers seemingly made for a small human child
36 A jar full of toenail clippings
37 A severed tongue that still appears fresh and moist
38 A porcelain milk jug that pours up to an ounce of spoiled milk every day
39 A candle whose flame never flickers, even in light breezes
40 A jack-in-the-box with a black, featureless face
41 A eulogy written about one of the PCs
42 A fragment of a dream journal
43 A ship in a bottle whose sails are tattered and whose wood is old and rotten.
44 Dried bat guano pressed into the shape of a small disk
45 A handheld fan that hums a soft lullaby when fanned
46 A vial of fiery liquor that induces vomiting within minutes
47 A werewolf teddy bear
48 A piece of crystal with the ghostly image of a flower within it
49 A pickled human toe in a jar
50 A pot of green ink made of human bile
51 A glove made for a four-fingered hand
52 A miniature guillotine
53 An eye patch with a preserved eyeball sewn on to the front
54 A seashell which, if held up to one’s ear, emits a soft, high-pitched shrieking
55 A scarecrow doll wearing replica clothing of one of the PCs
56 A candied spider
57 Several severed rat tails woven into a bracelet
58 A plaster cast of a clawed footprint
59 A fossilized wolf’s paw
60 A dried leaf exquisitely inked with the likeness of a beautiful woman
61 A pouch of dried prunes that provoke realistic, hallucinatory odors when eaten
62 A hairball taken from the stomach of a child who would chew their hair
63 A midnight-black egg that is otherwise perfectly normal and edible
64 A broken harp that produces soft notes when anyone nearby is dreaming
65 A raven’s beak embedded in a rotten apple
66 A doll’s dress made entirely out of bat wings sewn together
67 A white tile with five black fingerprints on it
68 A half-finished suicide note
69 A tiny vial of children’s tears
70 A human bone carved with a cheerful fable about talking animals
71 A taxidermied cat with its eyes replaced by fanged mouths
72 A pair of church bell-shaped earring that tinkle softly when near a corpse
73 A folded map of the night sky that when unfolded reveals a pitch-black, starless sky
74 Sausages made from human flesh
75 A jar of poultice made from human brain that is supposed to cure insanity
76 A smooth, shiny stone carved to resemble a head of garlic
77 Three stuffed mice with their eyes sewn shut
78 A charcoal sketch of a long-dead monarch
79 Glass case with labelled and preserved lice
80 The skeleton of fish that occasionally wriggles
81 A locket that when opened releases a small mass of live maggots
82 A coffin the size of a human palm
83 An unguent that when applied to skin, turns it ashen black for a few hours
84 A black, point hat that recited various ways of killing a human into the ears of whoever dons it
85 A glittery necklace that attracts clouds of flies
86 A wrapped toffee that tastes like blood but is harmless to eat
87 A scarf made of woven raven-feathers
88 A tiny, clockwork beetle that buzzes and flaps its wings when wound
89 A cube of incense whose smoke makes people dream of their worst fears
90 A wooden doll that despite being relatively plain, reminds everyone who looks at it of a dead relative
91 A box of spice that leeches flavor out of any food its used in.
92 A porcelain rotten apple complete with porcelain insects embedded with it
93 A broom with bristles made of thin, brittle bone
94 A broken wedding ring stained with blood
95 A severed, elven ear preserved in a box of rich, fragrant herbs
96 A set of wooden teeth with unusually prominent canines
97 A doll of a handsome young man that changes to that of a wolf during the full moon
98 A bottle of perfume that causes an itchy rash
99 A poster about a missing child
100 A doll’s rocking chair that moves on its own accord

A small magical candle that burns without being consumed.
A spool that causes the thread wound on it to match the color of fabric that it is touched to.
A small gold ring set with a magical stone that dimly glows any color the wearer desires.
A leaf from a Silveroak Tree that never wilts. While you hold the leaf you can speak Sylvan.
A heart shaped locket that allows you to mentally send up to thirteen words once per day to the person whose name is engraved in the locket. They can immediately respond back with thirteen words.
A hat that keeps you magically dry in the rain.
A tent big enough for two people that folds, with its poles, into a 4 inch cube.
A pair of shoes that never get dirty.
An egg sized stone that grows wet, cold, hot, or dry depending on the weather in 24 hours. If hung from a string the rock swings or hangs depending on the wind in 24 hours.
A small herb pot that can be used to cast prestidigitation on up to 1lb of food 3/day to flavor the food.
A vase that keeps any flowers placed in it from wilting.
A silver broach that can change into the shape of any flower the wearer is familiar with.
A pea sized crystal and a compass that always points toward the crystal.
A small copper feather that negates the first 20 feet of falling damage.
A fishing hook that wriggles like a worm negating the need for bait.
A magical stone hawk that can be set to attack any tiny or small beasts that approach within 300 feet.
A small box that opens on the top and bottom. Each side of the box opens into a separate extradimensional space the size of the box.
A stone mug carved with images of feasting dwarves. Any water put in the mug turns into dwarven ale. If you drink the ale you must make a constitution save DC 13 or become drunk for the next 1d4 hours. While drunk you poisoned and can speak Dwarven.
A rose from the Shrine of Roses that never wilts. Once per day the rose can cause a plant to sprout flowers and bloom.
A Sun Sphere from the Empire of the Sun. When activated the Sun Sphere looks like a miniature sun six inches across and provides light equal to a light spell.
A gemstone with a bloodshot and constantly roving beholder eye visible deep inside it. Once per day the owner can gain 1d4 to a saving through against a spell.
A flat iron rod with a button on one end. When the button is pressed the rod becomes magically fixed in place until the button is pressed again. The rod can hold up to 80 lbs of weight. A DC 8 strength check allows the rod to be moved up to 10 feet.
A horn that when blown can clearly be heard by everyone within 300 feet. After blowing the horn the users words are amplified for the next minute and can also be heard by everyone within 300 feet.
An ancient and unbreakable ring.
A necklace or circlet woven of meadow flowers that never wilt.

Trinkets

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