Here is what the PCs took home from Sakatha's lair (remember 1 sp = $1 in DF Felltower, and gold is $5000 per pound) last session:
Sakatha's gold crown, cut in two ($16,000 worth of gold)
4 gold bracelets worth $1000 each
Girdle of Savage Might
4" Crystal Ball, enchanted with Crystal Ball-15 ($40,000)
23,010 sp ($23,010)
1,361 gp ($27,220)
51 pieces of jewelry (av. $200 each)
100 assorted gemstones (av. $100 each)
6 Javelins of Shock
5 Javelins of Penetration
7 Javelins of Fire
Two scrolls - one turned out to be cursed, inflicting a fungal disease on Gerry . . . it took Remove Curse and Cure Disease to remove it. The other was a charged wizard scroll with Aura-15 (x4)
Iron lamp sealed with magic symbols of sealing.
Fine Thrusting Broadsword, Puissance +1, Flaming Weapon ($22,800) (this was Ashers, and Vryce's before that, from Session 8.
- Sakatha was wearing the Girdle of Savage Might. It didn't detect as magical, because its powers aren't from wizardly magic. Or holy, for that matter. They gave it to Bruce after Crogar passed on it because it wasn't something he'd like to wear. So now Bruce has it. Details are in Barbarians, p. 29. One of my players asked if this was from a book, or from me. Both! So now Bruce is even stronger than before.
- Ulf's player also played Desmond, and wanted them to save the crytal ball, so Desmond could learn Crystal Gazing and scry. Uh, no, they chose $16K over that.
- The javelins will probably show up in some Felltower article at some point. Suffice it to say they're one-shot.
- the cursed scroll wasn't resisted. Yeah, not really fair. Just kidding, of course that's fair.
- that was El Murik's whetstone.
- the PCs never found where the non-magical stuff from their dead PCs was stored. It was there, but they never found it.
- That's about $90K in cash or equivalent to cash, plus ~$16K in a salable crystal ball, plus magic items. And the PCs salvaged Sakatha's broken shield and trident and are thinking to pay for a Repair spell so they can sell them for a small (less than $100) profit. Yeah . . . I don't know.