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Roleplaying games often have a heavy focus around combat and the acquiring of loot. Most enemies have a loot table that's attached to them within the data, which determines the drop chances of particular items on the table. When a monster is slain, the game makes a roll for the number of items dropped and then for which items on the table do drop.

 

However, a player character usually does not have such loot tables assigned to them!

 

But, for a hypothetical moment, what if we did?

 

Design a fully functional loot table for your character!  Use a table like the example below.

 

[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Potion of Healing[/td]

[td]60%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Iron Ore[/td]

[td]30%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Longsword[/td]

[td]20%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Enchanted Leather Armour[/td]

[td]5%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td][/td]

[td][/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

Here's the code for you to copy and paste into your post so you can easily create a table!

[table]
[tr]
[td][b][u][size=large]Item Name[/size][/u][/b][/td]
[td][b][u][size=large]Drop Chance[/size][/u][/b][/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]EXAMPLE ITEM NAME HERE[/td]
[td]EXAMPLE DROP CHANCE HERE[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]EXAMPLE ITEM NAME HERE[/td]
[td]EXAMPLE DROP CHANCE HERE[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]EXAMPLE ITEM NAME HERE[/td]
[td]EXAMPLE DROP CHANCE HERE[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]EXAMPLE ITEM NAME HERE[/td]
[td]EXAMPLE DROP CHANCE HERE[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]EXAMPLE ITEM NAME HERE[/td]
[td]EXAMPLE DROP CHANCE HERE[/td]
[/tr]
[/table]

 

To expand or shrink the table, just remove or add:

[tr]
[td]EXAMPLE ITEM NAME HERE[/td]
[td]EXAMPLE DROP CHANCE HERE[/td]
[/tr]

 

BUT THAT IS NOT ALL: You must also follow up your table with a description of the items, why they are found on your characters body, what significant purpose is it to them, and most importantly, what use would the PC who killed your character get out of the items that dropped.

 

 

So let's SEE SOME TABLES KIDS. >:]

 


 

 

[align=center]Rita's Loot Table[/align]

[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]5-32 Gil[/td]

[td]70%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Dagger[/td]

[td]70%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Old Battered Journal[/td]

[td]100%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Greataxe[/td]

[td]75%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Half-Finished Journal[/td]

[td]30%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Family Photo[/td]

[td]10%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]A Steamy Romance Novel[/td]

[td]5%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

The Gil, the Dagger and the Greataxe: All three of these items would be the most likely to be found on any adventurer out in the wilds. The Gil would be found in Rita's coinbag necklace, the dagger most likely found either sheathed on her person or inside her bag, and the Greataxe is her weapon of choice. Out of these items, the Gil and Greataxe are of the most value.

 

The Old Battered Journal: This is absolutely garunteed to be found on Rita's person, no matter what context she may have been killed in. This old ragged thing never leaves her side. It is filled with all of her hand drawn maps, notes, doodles, along with a few regular journal entries on dates of importance. This might not be worth much to a PC, but it may serve as the beginnings of a quest line to turn over to someone of importance to Rita.

 

Half-Finished Journal: Another journal that could be found in the Roegadyn's belongings. This one is less personal than The Old Battered Journal, but it is filled to the brim with maps of note. There might even be enough to begin a quest to hunt for some treasure that Rita either found, or left behind.

 

Family Photo: Either a photo, or a small print of a larger painting, showing a family of Roegadyn. They look rather posh, considering their race. The family unit consists of Two older gentlemen, one of whom is standing next to what could presumably his wife. The Husband and wife are standing behind a line of children. Three boys and a singular girl. If one where to look around, an adventurer may be able to pin the faces on the photo to the real person.

 

A Steamy Romance Novel: How embarrassing! Apparently this woman enjoyed her rather explicit smut? The book contains the misadventures of a Hyur Pirate Captain titled Essendra of the Blue Seas, and her lustful band of misfits. Rita would appreciate it if you didn't tell anyone who you found this on. Thanks.

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This is a fun idea. I must say, I had a lot of fun with this.

 

X'sato's Loot Table

 

[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Well-worn Spear[/td]

[td]90%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Knife[/td]

[td]60%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Old Silver Ring[/td]

[td]100%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Romance Novel[/td]

[td]1%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Silver Earring[/td]

[td]20%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Blank Journal[/td]

[td]30%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

Knife: What adventurer would be caught without a good knife? It's a nice knife too. Maybe you can use it to kill your next victim.

 

Old Silver Ring: It's rather rude to take someone's last gift from their mother, but what do you care? You killed him.

 

Silver Earring: Not much to say here. It's just a silver earring he wore from time to time. He thought it looked good.

 

Well-Worn Spear: A spear that's seen him for most of his life. This spear is the spear he used for the majority of the Holy War. Respect the dead and pawn it off in the next town, please?

 

Blank Journal: He bought this meaning to write about his adventures, but never got around to it. He'd either forget or have nothing to write. I suppose now you can write about how you killed him in his own journal.

 

Romance Novel: Not exactly what someone would expect a veteran of the Holy War to carry around. Before checking the contents for plot or anything, remind yourself the he had no friends. Now, forgive him for reading something "dirty" from time to time. Oh, and don't tell anyone. Not like they'd really know who he was anyway.

 

Edit: Woo, fixed it. When I posted originally, the code duplicated and was just... bad. Sorry about that.

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I gave it a try. :3

 

[align=center]Seto's Loot Table[/align]

[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]2-17 Gil[/td]

[td]75%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Gladius[/td]

[td]75%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Fish Bones[/td]

[td]100%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Faded Letter[/td]

[td]30%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Crackhorn Hunting Belt[/td]

[td]10%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Broken Fishing Pole[/td]

[td]80%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

 

Gil and Gladius: Not much money to be found on Seto as he never understood the concept of saving up. Lucky to find much money in his pockets. However teamed with the Gladius an adventurer can make a little bit of money from him.

 

Fish Bones: Seto loved fish so his pockets are full of the bones from the many of fish he has gnawed on. Not much worth on the markets but Alchemists can use them with other ingrediants to make crystals.

 

Faded Letter: A letter left to him from his mother. The letter is actually from his brother Hikaru who left it for his mother before he left the tribe. It details how Hikaru felt in his final months before leaving the camp. The writting is faded and letter damaged from constant handling. Of no monetary value but may be part of a quest item.

 

Crackhorn Hunting Belt: A rare and expensive belt that is said to be made from a legendary bird, Seto was given this belt when he first started his training into being a hunter. The belt has plenty of hooks, puches and pockets to add things to and due to its durability it sells for a pretty price.

 

Broken Fishing Pole: This fishing pole looks like it's taken quite a beating. Inspecting it, it looks like it has been gnawed, bashed and battered due to the scrapes and marks on the length of the rod. The rod is broken into three different pieces barely hanging together. Looks like Seto didn't have the patience or skill to fish. This will just clog up your inventory space.

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[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Soiled Trousers[/td]

[td]95%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]First Aid Kit[/td]

[td]90%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Hi Potion[/td]

[td]80%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Sweet Roll[/td]

[td]25%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

  • Soiled Trousers Congratulations, you killed a defenseless medic. I hope you're proud of yourself, you big bully. If the Geneva Convention existed in Eorzea you'd be drowning in sanctions right now.
  • First Aid Kit Gauze, tape, needles, thread, salve, all the essentials.
  • Hi Potion It's always nice to have one of these.
  • Sweet Roll And he was saving it for a snack. Now he'll never get to eat it.

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  • Sweet Roll And he was saving it for a snack. Now he'll never get to eat it.

 

Hmmm... what's the steal chance for the Sweet Roll? >.>

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  • Sweet Roll And he was saving it for a snack. Now he'll never get to eat it.

 

Hmmm... what's the steal chance for the Sweet Roll? >.>

 

NO, none of that.

 

Shame on you.

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Well rats, that didn't work for some reason...maybe next time <.<

 

It should work if you exactly copy and paste the code for the table, and just replace the "EXAMPLE" texts with your own.

 

Edit: Make sure you're using Mycodeeditor or No Editor when you're posting. You can set this in your options.

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[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Unseasonable Coat[/td]

[td]100%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Worn Carpenter's Tools[/td]

[td]80%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Myths and Legends of Hydaelyn[/td]

[td]20%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]18gil[/td]

[td]100%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Eye Patch[/td]

[td]100%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Bubble Chocolate[/td]

[td]50%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

Unseasonable Coat: Old and out of fashion, this coat is likely to roast whomever is wearing it. Monty despised the cold to an unhealthy degree, and now you can, too.

 

Worn Carpenter's Tools: Aged but well cared for, these tools provide everything needed for the aspiring woodworker. Monty used them to help rebuild after the Calamity; could be worth a quick buck.

 

Myths and Legends of Hydaelyn: Little more than a book of children's tales, dog-eared and faded. Monty read it on sleepless nights - guess he won't be having any more of them.

 

Gil: There are many things Monty was not, and a rich man is one of them. Maybe a barkeep will take pity and let you sniff the cheap stuff.

 

Eye Patch: A bit self explanatory. Pretend you're blind, amuse your friends, annoy a pirate! No safety guarantees.

 

Bubble Chocolate: A touch melted from being in the stuffy-coat's pocket, but chocolate is chocolate. Monty would have wanted you to have it.

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[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]1-9 gil[/td]

[td]90%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Walking Stick of the ______[/td]

[td]40%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Dried Fish[/td]

[td]60%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Accountant's Robes[/td]

[td]40%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Mother's Guilt[/td]

[td]10%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

The body lay oddly strewn across the ground, limbs splayed in half-realized panic, spine bent over a small stone it had draped itself over in its fall. The bandit's arrow stuck from its back like a macabre flag pole, a mark of ownership. A mark of death.

 

Heavy boots crunched through pebbly sand as he made his way over to his target, the grating sound echoing loudly in his ears through the silence of the desert witnessing another life lost. He was entertained briefly by the thought that she had likely spent more time worrying about dehydration or starvation than that twanging sound his arrow had provided in the moments before it had pierced cloth and flesh, punctured a lung, shattered ribs, and left her gasping wetly for several seconds before falling still. He'd given her an efficient death, at least.

 

Kneeling in the hard-packed, parched earth, the man first retrieved his arrow. It came free with a shifting of bone and the wet pop of flesh, and he spent a moment wiping it free of pink lung bits and blood before returning it to its brothers and sisters in the quiver on his back. Next came inspection time, and as he looked over the body, taking in the greyed hair and tail, the subtle signs of age in her slack features, the simple but clean and well-made robes. Not rich, but definitely comfortable in life, which bade well for what he may find.

 

Knobby hands wrapped in weathered leather took hold of one shoulder and rolled her over, off he rock, and then with the calm, detached manner of a businessman, began to pat her down, searching for pockets or hidden pouches. He briefly considered taking the glasses sitting crookedly on her now-silent face, but the fall had cracked the lenses and bent the wire frames. Their value was mostly slag metal now, and the man had no interest in that.

 

His hands came away with five gil pieces and a piece of paper folded into a small square. The gil he pocketed quickly, but the paper he kept in his hand for a time, staring down at it, considering. He generally made it a policy not to go out of his way to uncover any personal details about his targets, but perhaps it was the long hours he'd had to wait before this aging miqo'te woman had crossed his sights, or perhaps the way she vaguely reminded him of his own mother (a mean, nasty woman who he'd killed as soon as he had the know-how to get away with it). Whatever it was, the frayed edges of the paper seemed to taunt him, and against his better judgment, he carefully unfolded it, flattening the creases against his thigh before holding it up to the light.

 

It was a note, a letter, and he nearly tossed it away upon realizing that little detail. He didn't need to know what lovers this woman had had, or what problems, or affections, or anything about her personal life. But again, against his better judgment, he squinted through the overly bright Thanalan sun. The lettering was faded and smudged, hinting at the note's age, but still readable.

 

Mother,

 

No more nagging. No more prodding. No more pretending. I'm leaving and you drove me to it.

 

If only you'd tried to understand!

 

The note wasn't signed, but he didn't need to know its author to understand the intent behind it - nor to understand why this woman, walking north through Thanalan all alone, had kept it.

 

The bandit kept the letter from that day, folded it back up and tucked it safely inside one of his pockets in an absent-minded gesture. Perhaps he felt like he needed to take something more than just a few gil to make this kill worthwhile. Of course he told himself it definitely wasn't because he felt any kind of obligation to the swiftly stiffening body lying in the sands. It would fester and rot and feed the nearby vultures, and he would go on with his life just as he always had. Some day in the future, he may even kill another in this very same spot.

 

When he did, he may be reminded of the letter, may dig it out from the depths of a pocket he'd nearly forgotten about, may unfold its battered creases, and may read its brief message a second time. It's possible that the next time he hunted, he held off letting lose his already notched arrow, hesitated when he saw grey hair, a weary hunch of shoulders, a face drawn with lines of care and age. And guilt.

 

***

 

((Disclaimer: None of the above is canon. Antimony did not die horribly at the hands of some wandering looter! That would be one of the shortest-lived characters of mine ever. The note may not even be real, who knows? Only me, but I'm not telling! x3 ))

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-stub-

 

The code strikes again!

 

Edit: If the code derps for you, copy the code from the original post and do everything in a quick edit. That worked for me.

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Urgh. I am so bad at things. -_- Can't figure out the wiki thing, and apparently can't figure out how to copy and paste properly!

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Scarlet's Loot Table

 

[table]

[tr]

   [td]Item Name[/td]

   [td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

   [td]10 - 20 Gil[/td]

   [td]75%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

   [td]A Broken Chain[/td]

   [td]100%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

   [td]Crumpled Paper[/td]

   [td]20%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

   [td]Half-Eaten Lunch[/td]

   [td]10%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

   [td]Battle Axe[/td]

   [td]80%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

 

10 - 20 Gil: Ever since her gil pouch was stolen at a hot spring, she doesn't carry much loot with her anymore. Each piece was honestly earned and now you've gone and sullied it with murder. If you're going to use dead man's gil, she'd prefer you used it on Costa ale.

 

A Broken Chain: A gift from Vash Ashford after she made him a new one. It was tied around her belt. Could you give it back to him, please?

 

Crumpled Paper: A lot of crumpled paper with poor handwriting on it, some maps of Twelveswood, Thanalan, and La Noscea, and a few delivery orders. What you can read off the paper is just the Eorzean alphabet repeated. How boring!

 

Half-Eaten Lunch: It will never be seafood and always homemade. Knock yourself out.

 

Battle Axe: A self forged axe from back home, a memento of sorts that holds a special reminder of where she's from. On one side of the hilt it has her full name engraved into it, and on the other a home clan saying in her native tongue. If you failed to sneak up on her, it probably has a bit of your blood still on the blade.

 

(EDIT: Yes quick edit works as well! Seeing as my initial post just said table x4)

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Isobeau Mauvaix's Loot Table

 

[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Duskwight Liver[/td]

[td]100%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Alabaster Masque[/td]

[td]75%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Tabard w/ One Hole[/td]

[td]50% - 75%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Goldsmith's Kit[/td]

[td]50%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Ruby Tongue Barbell[/td]

[td]25%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

Item Descriptions

 

Duskwight Liver: Best eaten with fava beans and a nice chianti.

 

Alabaster Masque: There is a face beneath this masque, but it's not me.

 

Tabard w/ One Hole: 0-50% chance: Two Holes. No longer covered under warranty.

 

Goldsmith's Kit: Gold not included.

 

Ruby Tongue Barbell: Wow, you really needed to come away with some treasure, didn't you...

 

Oh yea, worked this time :thumbsup:

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Torn Sky's Loot Table

[table]

[tr]

    [td]Item Name[/td]

 

    [td]Drop Chance[/td]

 

[/tr]

 

[tr]

 

    [td]Foul-smelling Incense[/td]

 

    [td]80%[/td]

 

[/tr]

 

[tr]

 

    [td]Weathered Bronze Compact[/td]

 

    [td]50&[/td]

 

[/tr]

 

[tr]

 

    [td]Blessed Water[/td]

 

    [td]20%[/td]

 

[/tr]

 

[tr]

 

    [td]Phontistery Orders[/td]

 

    [td]5%[/td]

 

[/tr]

 

[tr]

 

    [td]Eldritch Artifact[/td]

 

    [td].98%[/td]

 

[/tr]

 

[/table]

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[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Tuft of Green Hair[/td]

[td]80%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Worn Spectacles[/td]

[td]60%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Flask Filled with Mead[/td]

[td]35%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]How to Tell Her How You Feel - A self help guide[/td]

[td]16%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Romantic Love Letter[/td]

[td]3%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

Tuft of Green Hair: Is that grass? No wait, it's hair...eww... Vendor Trash!

 

Worn Spectacles: Look more intelligent when you don Flamel's spectacles that he would wear when reading, writing, or doing business work!

 

Flask Filled with Mead: Flamel loved mead, and hated it at the same time! He's dead now though, so go ahead, take a swig!

 

How to Tell Her How You Feel - A self help book: Sounds like someone didn't know how to talk to a girl...

 

Romantic Love Letter: A romantic letter confessing his undeniable love for a girl. It appears worn, like he fiddled with it constantly in contemplation. That, plus the fact that he still had it, could only mean that he didn't have the balls to give it to her! Maybe you should!

 

This was really fun!

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[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]500-1074 gil[/td]

[td]100%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]T'ranu's Cobalt Greataxe[/td]

[td]25%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Well-Seasoned Beef Jerky[/td]

[td]90%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Well-Used Bow (with quiver and arrows)[/td]

[td]33%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Illustrated Guide to Eorzean Flora and Fauna[/td]

[td]40%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

The Gil: Wow, this chick was loaded! As well she better be, seeing as how she killed two of your friends and nearly removed your arm in the process. Bitch got what was comin' to her.

 

T'ranu's Cobalt Greataxe: Sheesh, what was she, a noble or something? This thing alone must have cost the equivalent of two wagons' worth of expensive cargo. No wonder she cut so cleanly through your comrades' armor. Selling this thing off might help to make up for the difference. At least a little bit...

 

Well-Seasoned Beef Jerky: This chick sure liked her dried, smoked meat. Too bad she won't get to eat another bite. Provides increased in-combat HP regen.

 

Well-Used Bow (with quiver and arrows): Why's a warrior got something like this on her? It looks incredibly old, too. It's surprising it's still functional. Must be an old keepsake or something, and she's too dead to tell you about it. Maybe you'll hang it on your wall or something, assuming you're that kind of evil (and who knows - you did kill her, after all.).

 

Illustrated Guide to Eorzean Flora and Fauna: In the unlikely event you actually possess the ability to read (you monster), you realize this lady fancied herself something of an explorer. Surprising, considering she seemed much more like some kind of bloodthirsty barbarian when she was alive. Vendor trash.

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Ulanan's Loot Table

[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]90-180 gil[/td]

[td]90%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Olives[/td]

[td]70%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Hat of Half Hiking[/td]

[td]50%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Modeled Mask of Madness[/td]

[td]25%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Wanderer's Wand of Wanton Wrecking[/td]

[td]3%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

The Gil: Sparklies!

 

The Olives: A jar filled with olives. It's a pretty big jar. It's worth 9 gil.

 

The Hat of Half Hiking: This magical hat protects its wearer from the sun and the rain! Sadly, it didn't protect her from the stabbing that killed her. It's worth 15 gil.

 

The Modeled Mask of Madness: A wooden mask with only two very round holes for the eyes. You could swear it's staring at you. But that's what all the creepy masks do. It's worth 10 gil.

 

Wanderer's Wand of Wanton Wrecking: This wand grants unlimited swiftcast as long as you alliterate while casting the spells. The alliterations have to be coherent phrases of more than three words, but they don't have to be related to what you are doing at all. Any spells cast without alliteration fail completely.

It's worth 900 gil.

 

Sorry, I can't be serious! All of Ulanan's stuff would be normal and, therefore, very boring.

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[table]

[tr]

    [td]Item Name[/td]

    [td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

    [td]10-25 Gil[/td]

    [td]75%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

    [td]Worn Wooden Staff[/td]

    [td]50%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

    [td]Pile of Broken Nut Shells[/td]

    [td]100%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

    [td]Crumpled Pile of Leaves[/td]

    [td]25%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

    [td]The Ethics of Conjuring[/td]

    [td]10%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

    [td]The Abridged Guide to the Wildlife of Eorzea[/td]

    [td]5%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

 

The Gil: Congratulations you have won a small amount of gil from a poor conjuring student...likely just enough to buy dinner tonight.  Don't spend it all in one place

 

The Worn Wooden Staff: This staff was the primary weapon and healing focus for the slain conjurer.  The branch is full of knots, but seems sturdy enough.  With the right buyer this might sell for 150 gil.

 

The Pile of Broken Nut Shells: This pile of broken nut shells does not appear to be of any value.  Some seem quite old so there must have been some emotional attachment to the owner.  There are no nuts inside so not likely to sell for anything.

 

The Crumpled Pile of Leaves: Well, these leaves are a bit crumpled, but finally you might have found something of value.  These leaves appear to be medicinal and may sell for a pretty penny to the right buyer. 

 

The Ethics of Conjuring: A worn book clearly used several times over.  You did kill a poor conjuring student after all so maybe a book in ethics wouldn't be the worst thing granted.  In its current condition probably would only sell for 25-50 gil. 

 

The Abridge Guide to the Wildlife of Eorzea: This book seems to entail a quick summary of much of life of Eorzea.  There seem to be lots of notes in the columns.  Sells for 100 gil.

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Quarimar's Loot Table

[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]200-500 Gil[/td]

[td]90%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Raisins[/td]

[td]100%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Tonberry shaped Shortbread cookies[/td]

[td]5%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Wide brim straw hat[/td]

[td]65%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Giantsgalls Staff[/td]

[td]10%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Journal on Eorzean ruins[/td]

[td]25%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

Gil: Not fond of an empty stomach or warm water, looks like this poor sod was carrying around a fair bit of change!

 

Raisins: Kept in a belt satchel, must have been a frequent eater, the clasp is almost worn out! A sizable amount, 6 full portions.

 

Tonberry shaped Shortbread cookies: Tucked between this shit and robe, wrapped carefully in a large green leaf, they must have been important. Only two.

 

Wide brim straw hat: This stylish head wear is made from 100% Thanalan plant material woven into a loose fitting cap. It would look more at home on a farmers head.

 

Giantsgalls Staff: An odd pointy weapon, nearly as tall as the dead fellow. Appearing Bone white at the bottom and a rich lavender near the top, one can only imagine where he managed to steal this from. Surely an item of such quality has no place in the hands of a dead man.

 

Journal of Eorzean ruins: Taken the time to study you find small inked in maps with annotations made at various locations, some sections seem to be completely re-written while others are highlighted in different colored inks. Surely with a little time this might lead to something interesting.

 

Phew, fun to think of the right balance between comic and canon.

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This seems fun. :)

 

[align=center]L'yhta's Loot Table[/align]

[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Jellied Fruits[/td]

[td]100%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Hi-Potion[/td]

[td]70%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]1000-1500 gil[/td]

[td]90%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Old elezen choral piece[/td]

[td]25%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Worn map of Eorzea[/td]

[td]40%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Small vial of blasting powder[/td]

[td]1%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

Well, now you've gone and done it. You killed that miqo'te mage with the purple hair. That's what she gets for not handing over everything she has all peaceful-like at knife-point and instead setting fire to two of your buddies while shouting that you were all going to have "a hot time in La Noscea tonight." What's she carrying?

 

  • Jellied fruits: A small pouch of jellied and candied fruits of various sorts, mostly citrus. Sure, you could eat them, but now that they're covered with blood... ick.
  • Hi-potion: Given the way she was throwing Cure around, you're not exactly sure why she carries potions with her.
  • Gil: Way more than you'd expect, and drastically more than anyone sensible would be carrying around out here. What, was she taking a stroll to the bank... in another city?
  • Old elezen choral piece: The part is written for a lower female voice and, if you could read music, would probably be a ballad. I guess she fancied herself a singer. You might get a few gil for this, or maybe you could get someone to play it for you.
  • Worn map of Eorzea: This is a map drawn on aged and carefully preserved parchment and held in a fine silver cylinder. It's been annotated with notes about beastmen camps, possible treasure, and Aether flows by what seems like three different people, and it smells like your grandmother's attic. Clearly, this was her prized possession, but to anyone else? It's maybe worth 100 gil.
  • Small vial of blasting powder: Your roll this old dirty vial over in your hands, noticing only at the last minute that it's cracked, leaking some kind of powder, and that it reads "Danger! Highly unstable." Then you notice that it's not powder it's leaking, but smoke! She finally got her hands on a vial of explosives, and now you're regretting it. You didn't need those fingers anyway.

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  • Jellied fruits: A small pouch of jellied and candied fruits of various sorts, mostly citrus. Sure, you could eat them, but now that they're covered with blood... ick.

 

Are you kidding me? The blood is the best part!

 

It's fun to read what other folk are doing with their loot tables, though I feel a little silly now with mine. xD Oh well.

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[align=center]Keru's Loot Table[/align]

 

[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Cracked Glasses[/td]

[td]90%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Torn Grimoire[/td]

[td]80%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Ripped Robe[/td]

[td]60%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]1 Gil[/td]

[td]15%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

Cracked Glasses: Great, not only did hit a kid with glasses but you broke them too. If you look through them you may go blind. Sells for 2 gil.

 

 

Torn Grimoire: A ripped book, did he hit you with it? I guess you can't return it now. Doubles as a weapon.

 

 

Ripped Robe: A robe that got ripped in the scuffle, it has holes now... I guess the robe now has a "Hole-ly" affinity. Wear it or not.

 

 

1 Gil: "You only carry one gil on you? You cheap f***, excuse my language Cheapskate." With all this money you can buy a lot of things.

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[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]5-10 Gil[/td]

[td]60%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Rose Gold Emerald Bracelet[/td]

[td]50%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Wooden Dancer Figurine[/td]

[td]90%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Sweet Scented Admirer's Letter[/td]

[td]75%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Matching Daggers[/td]

[td]75%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Dancers Clothes[/td]

[td]100%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Shoes[/td]

[td]0%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

5-10 Gil Abai doesn't really carry much Gil between working at the tavern and adventuring. She really only takes her girl out when she is intending to by something. That and have you really ever seen pockets in dancers skirts or armor?!

 

Rose Gold Emerald Bracelet A present from a lover past. She still holds it as token to remember that love can spawn even in the darkest of times.

 

Wooden Dancer FigurineCurious figurine that seems to have shown up. She still is uncertain of where it has come from but she carries it to bring a smile to her face everyone in a while.

 

Sweet Scented Admirer's Letter She had probably been reading this looking for clues to figure out if it was linked to the figuring. The paper is covered in elegant scrawls and smells of sweet floral aromas.

 

Matching DaggersWhile she does have a set she dances with, these are not them. She carries them with her at all times. A lass can never be too sure when trouble will lurk.

 

Dancers Costume Elegant fabric that swishes softly. The texture like lighter than air. It could probably fetch a good price, unfortunately the scent of sweat and liquor might have soiled it from when she spilled something from bar-tending on it.

 

ShoesShe doesn't wear them!! So if you were really hoping for a pair you might just be screwed!

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[table]

[tr]

[td]Item Name[/td]

[td]Drop Chance[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Worn Robes[/td]

[td]100%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Well Used Staff[/td]

[td]90%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Wide Brimmed Hat[/td]

[td]80%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Thesis on the Manipulation of Aetheric Essences[/td]

[td]70%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]50-100gil[/td]

[td]60%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Worn Journal[/td]

[td]50%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Ink and Quills[/td]

[td]40%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Assortment of Knives[/td]

[td]30%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Amulet depicting Thaliak[/td]

[td]20%[/td]

[/tr]

[tr]

[td]Amulet depicting Nald'thal[/td]

[td]10%[/td]

[/tr]

[/table]

 

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