Saturday, April 12, 2014

1d100 Treasure and Curiosities of the Simian Savanna

Some loot and oddities for wanderers and scavengers of the Simian Savanna.

1d100 Treasure and Curiosities of the Simian Savanna

  1. Clay pot of candied ants.
  2. Small package of smoked jungle larva.
  3. Jar of dried termites.
  4. A small glass jar of locust paste.
  5. A cloth bag full of banana chips.
  6. Fancy Brass Spyglass, x10 magnification.(for scouts and traders)
  7. Brass Telescope engraved with sacred simian scripture.
  8. Gold-plated Simian Chronometer. Separate hands and stops for days, hours, minutes and seconds
  9. Fancy mechanical simian abacus with a sturdy felt wrapped case.
  10. Leather and brass tube holding a map to a dig site in the Melted Waste.
  11. Linked Engraved Placards. Seven metal panels engraved with route maps from one simian shrine to another.
  12. Silver Chimp Prayer Bells.
  13. Bone figurines of naked humans, “See No evil”,”Hear No Evil”, and “Speak No Evil”
  14. Fine embroidered Orangutan prayer shawl
  15. Brass meditation gong.
  16. Wooden Triptych with popular sayings from the sacred simian scrolls.
  17. Gold and glass cases securing antique copies of the first three sacred simian scrolls written on parchment of human skin.
  18. A pottery figurine of The Speaker of Lore.
  19. A Stone bust of a famous Simian General.
  20. A tapestry bearing images of folk tales based on teaching of The Speaker of Lore.
  21. Archaic obsidian sacrificial knife.
  22. Archaic brass bleeding bowl.
  23. Savage simian necklace of ape and human teeth.
  24. Bone idol of exaggerated pregnant gorilla.
  25. Retro-savage simian carving of simian warriors.
  26. Fancy leather man-collar.
  27. Industrial man-yoke. (To tether men to wagons, plows, and mechanical systems)
  28. Man-goad; a staff with a feather on one side and dull brass spike or wooden knob on other.
  29. Heavy Iron shackles with chain to link hands and feet.
  30. Scourge of quality leather with well carved human bone handle.
  31. Weighted throwing net.
  32. Mummified human hand.
  33. Pickled punk in fine glass vessel with fancy brass cap and feet.
  34. A complete tattooed human hide.
  35. A stuffed human. Possibly mounted to a hat rack or umbrella stand.
  36. A human skull candy bowl.
  37. Three segmented simian flail.
  38. A fine gorilla foot-bow.
  39. A simian hurlbat with silver inlay.
  40. A fancy dueling sword with brass guard.
  41. Engraved fighting razor (bears scenes such as dueling baboons or comical humans).
  42. Double barreled silver inlayed simian blunderbuss.
  43. Gorilla-grip five-shot revolver.
  44. Silver plated and ivory handled pocket pistol. Handle engraved with scene of human hunting.
  45. High caliber hunting rifle with ivory stock inlay and fancy brass scope.
  46. A case of explosives.
  47. A simian hand grenade.
  48. A modern simian bolt-action rifle.
  49. An antique gibbon-sized musket.
  50. An antique set of dueling pistols with grips seemigly fit for human hands.
  51. A pocket copy of the sacred scrolls.
  52. A folio of human hating verse.
  53. A heretical pamphlet of evolutionist theory.
  54. A folio of bawdy simian erotica.
  55. A veterinary guide to human health.
  56. The complete works of William Shakespeare in the original archaic orangutan.
  57. An illustrated youth guide to the seven wonders of the simian savanna.
  58. A tome of traditionalist simian philosophy containing the archaic orangutan and modern translation with educational notation.
  59. A Complete Record of Simian Invention. Three volume illustrated work published by the simian patent office in Central City prior to closing after the council of Lore Speakers decided everything that would ever be invented had been.
  60. Anatomy of the Greater Simians. Complete anatomical drawings of Chimpanzee, Gorilla, and Orangutan with brief notes on other simians.
  61. Tigerbat rug,
  62. A wicker cage holding a stuffed Stingbat.
  63. A gorilla –sized Rustbear cloak.
  64. Stuffed jackalope.
  65. Mounted lacquer coated scorpion.
  66. Mounted wolfrat head.
  67. Mounted cherub. A mock taxidermy special of human infant or non-sentient monkey with beast wings sewn on.
  68. Complete stuffed Scorporilla.
  69. Bronzed mutant skull.
  70. Savage simian cyclorilla-skin headdress.
  71. Glass Popsi bottle filled with colored sand.
  72. A hollow resin statuette of King Krang climbing a building with a bottle of Popsi in hand.
  73. Ancient work of art, a smiley face made of Popsi caps affixed to resin backing.
  74. Ancient work of art, a figure of a hound made from pasta covered in gold paint.
  75. A human doll that says “Mama”.
  76. A gourd full of loose pieces of desert glass . (odd segments of natural glass retrieved from the Melted Wastes).
  77. A portrait of The Speaker of Lore made from pieces of desert glass.
  78. A fur comb with a fancy handle of desert glass.
  79. Silver fur pick.
  80. A silver pin with mounted desert glass “stone”.
  81. Warm metal fork of ancient design.
  82. A resin cigarillo holder.
  83. A silver cigarillo case with embedded desert glass.
  84. A humidor of jungle wood (possibly holding a stash of cigarillos).
  85. A silver serving platter ringed in desert glass and polished stones.
  86. A human mask made of wood, paper-mache, and natural hair.
  87. A blank mannish mask made by secret simian cult of the wicked man.
  88. Fine quality rubber mask of human face of unknown origin.
  89. Fine quality rubber gloves made to look like a human hand.
  90. Mock ape mask of unknown origin.
  91. Fine metallic jumpsuit that will fit almost any human.
  92. A parcel holding an expanding raft.
  93. A small hand-sized ancient box of crystal, resin, and curious gubbins.
  94. An ancient bottle of brandy.
  95. A glass jar of booze. Recently brewed.
  96. An ancient sealed can in good shape with no label. Could be fruit salad, soup, or veggies.
  97. A holographic memory crystal.
  98. A hand held two-way radio of unknown manufacture.
  99. An ever-charged battery.
  100. A tube of antiseptic paste.

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