LFR Magic Item Treasure Bundle List (July 2010)

by Ameron (Derek Myers) on July 20, 2010

We’ve updated our LFR Treasure Bundle List. We’ve added 23 new adventures to the list bringing the total to 124. Among the new entries are 13 paragon adventures. That brings us to 18 adventures in the P1 band (level 11-14) and 4 adventures in the P2 band (level 14-17). With GenCon only a few weeks away, our list can help you decide what adventures to play in order to get that special item you’ve always wanted before you get to Indianapolis.

Last month Wizards relaxed the rules regarding character creation for RPGA sanctioned events, including LFR adventures. Players no longer need to create character at level 1. You can begin at level 5, 8 or 11. I for one I’m getting really bored with low-level, H1 band (level 1-4) games. Knowing that I can start at a higher level means that I won’t have to play Sense of Wonder any more. (Don’t get me wrong, it’s a great adventure, but I think I’ve played it with 5 different characters now.) This should also get more players into the paragon games more quickly. Without this change, the only character you’d find in the really high level games were those created from the original PHB. Now there’s a pretty good chance to find a Minotaur Monk in a P2 game.

While reviewing this latest batch of LFR adventures, I was very please to see that more and more adventures included a bundle that let you pick anything. Usually it was an item of your level or lower, although in some cases there were tasks that if completed let you choose an item above your current level. As more classes and races are release through PHB2 and PHB3 and as more treasure becomes available through the AV and AV2, it makes a lot of sense to just let players choose what they want. Anyone playing a psionic character certainly appreciates these “choose any item” bundles.

See the official RPGA Character Creation Guide for the most up to date rules and regulations. Visit Wizards of the Coast for more information about Living Forgotten Realms.

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1 Mike July 20, 2010 at 4:31 pm

No copy on Google Docs? That’d be perfect. I plan to upload this there for my own personal use anyway, because from there, I can do View -> List View and show only the adventures that are levels 1-4 or 4-7 or whatever, then just search for what I want.

Usually I’m DMing, so I try to find stuff to make my players happy. The warlock needed an implement, for example, and the barbarian really wanted the badge of the berserker.

2 Mike July 20, 2010 at 4:34 pm

Also missing: MINI1-6

3 Ameron July 21, 2010 at 11:06 am

I’ll see what I can do about putting it on Google Docs.

There are a handful of adventures that I haven’t been able to get my hands on. In order to try and keep the list as accurate as possible I’ve only included the adventures I have downloaded. I’ll see if I can get MINI1-6 before the next update.

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