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Rime of the Frostmaiden Magic Item Cards – Chapter 1

Any good D&D adventure has magic items, and Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden is no exception.

Icewind Dale and Ten-Towns is overflowing with magical items, so to help keep track of everything, we’ve created two sheets of handy item cards for Chapter 1: Ten-Towns for discerning DMs to handout to their inquisitive players. And, just because we can, we’ve slapped 8 new frosty magic items on there as well!

These magic item cards were created using the PDF-file item card generator from our newly launched Nybor’s Tome of Enchantments – which also features 99 new magic items, 250+ new and reimagined magic properties!

If you have bought the Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden DM’s Bundle or the DM’s resources for Chapter 1: Ten-Towns, the item cards have already been added to your download – just visit the titles to download them in both JPEG (full resolution) and PDF versions.

Anyway, enjoy!


3 thoughts on “Rime of the Frostmaiden Magic Item Cards – Chapter 1”

  1. The item card generator is great, but importing my own images doesn’t seem to work all that great. Is it supposed to be in a certain format?

    Also, how can I get the card as JPG to use in VTT?

    1. Hi Dan

      First off, thanks for the feedback – stuff like this gives me a chance to make improvements!

      The size is about 4:3 (so a 800 x 600 px image would work well, for example) and both jpg and png should work (depends on whether or not you want transparency). As an example, I just googled ‘magic sword’ and found this picture at about 1280 x 1000 px ( which works quite well. I don’t know if that helps any, but let me know what issues you’re experiencing and I’ll be happy to help as best I can. May be we need to tweak some stuff.

      I am actually working on a print a single card as an image function, as that would be hugely convenient. There’s some stuff to work out, but rest assured that it will be coming and quite soon 🙂

      For now, you can choose ‘Save as’, select jpg as format (make sure to also select settings and set DPI to at least 600 PPI for the best results) and get the card sheet as an image. You can then use your preferred image editor to crop the image to just the card you want. That’s not the fastest or nicest way to do it, but hopefully it’ll serve until I finish up a smarter method 🙂

      Best regards,

      J. A. Valeur

    2. Hi again, Dan!

      I sped up the process and have just uploaded version 1.3. to the DMs Guild download, with a brand new ‘save card as JPG’ function. Hopefully it suits your needs! 🙂

      Best regards,

      J. A. Valeur

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