Friday, March 28, 2014

Hyperborean goods, loot, and treasure

100 goods, loot, and treasure of frigid hyperborea.
  1. Completely intact bog mummy.
  2. Powdered bog mummy lashings.
  3. Intact Frigid Mummy.
  4. Mostly intact sun-dried frigid mummy.
  5. Frigid mummia preserved in ice.
  6. Frigid mummia suspended in oil.
  7. Salted frigid mummia.
  8. Powdered frigid mummia.
  9. Shrunken head of ancient magus.
  10. Pickled head of ancient antagonist preserved in vinegar.
  11. Shrunken elven mummy wrapped in copper wire.
  12. Gnomish mummy floating in brine.
  13. Large chunk of rough amber.
  14. Pebbles of rough amber.
  15. Great polished amber orb.
  16. Leather bag of polished amber marbles.
  17. Imp suspended in rough amber.
  18. Fairy trapped in polished amber.
  19. Ivory cage holding miniature dragonette encased in amber.
  20. Dragon’s Drop, a drop of blood encased in a polished amber orb.
  21. Amber candleholder with an entombed ancient wasp.
  22. A preserved raven claw holding a polished amber stone.
  23. A boline of leviathan bone with insets of amber.
  24. A bronze cloak-pin set with an amber stone.
  25. An amber rod, meant for medicinal/alchemical work.
  26. Amber circlet meant to crown a hyperborean jarl.
  27. Amber wand inscribed with elder runes.
  28. A small clay pot if draconic liquamen.
  29. A large jar of kraken garum.
  30. A fine glass bottle full of clear garum.
  31. A tiny silver jar filled with draconic liquamen.
  32. A small pot of surströmming (soured herring). This fermented fish dish best opened and eaten outdoors.
  33. A cask full of brined hákarl cut into cubes ready to serve (Fermented rotten shark).
  34. A decorated seal skin stuffed with kiviak (fermented auk).
  35. Amphor of fesikh (fermented salted mullet and mugil).
  36. A cask of bullion cakes.
  37. A decorative clay jar full of powdered kashk (dried yogurt).
  38. A lapis amphor filled with spiced kashk.
  39. Decorative cask holding two quarts heart-of-wine.
  40. Antique clay jug filled with kumis (fermented mare’s milk alcohol).
  41. A large horse-hide bladder filled with kumis.
  42. Glass flask of mead.
  43. A clay pot of honey.
  44. A golden yeti scalp  (from the rare summer coat of a young yeti).
  45. A preserved yeti paw. Considered a luck charm until a yeti spies it.
  46. A complete yeti hide decorated in ancient hyperborean pictographs.
  47. A shaman’s mask made from a skinned yeti head.
  48. A shrunken yeti’s head containing a small supply of chthonic salts.
  49. A yeti fur cloak.
  50. A complete walrus tusk.
  51. A walrus tusk heavily decorated and engraved with runes, meant to be a jarls scepter.
  52. A chess set carved from walrus ivory.
  53. Ceremonial mask carved from walrus ivory.
  54. Walrus ivory hyperborean prayer charm.
  55. Mammoth Ivory tusk.
  56. A seal skin bag holding pieces of mammoth tusk ivory.
  57. Wonderfully carved mammoth ivory knife handle.
  58. Figurine carved from mammoth ivory.
  59. Whale ivory cane.
  60. Whale ivory stirrups.
  61. A pair of whale ivory knitting hooks.
  62. A coat of whale ivory “scale” armor.
  63. A sealskin coat with ivory buttons.
  64. A pair of sealskin boots.
  65. A bundle of seal skins.
  66. Sealskin cape
  67. Ice bear cape with bear-head hood.
  68. Ice bear cloak.
  69. Complete Ice bear hide.
  70. Ice bear skull etched in hyperborean runes.
  71. Elk hide.
  72. Pile of elk antlers.
  73. Shaman’s elk-head headdress.
  74. Ceremonial antlered crown.
  75. Belt of linked cuts of antler.
  76. Goat hide.
  77. Fancy goat-cart.
  78. Goat collar with silver bells.
  79. Rune carved goat skull holding a set of stone runes.
  80. A fine goat-skin bag with as set of ivory divining sticks.
  81. Lump of moon-iron (meteoric iron found on the icy hyperborean plains and frozen seas.
  82. Moon-Iron ingot
  83. Antler-handled moon-iron knife.
  84. Steel sword with moon-iron inlay.
  85. Bronzed-faced wooden shield.
  86. Gilt bronze-faced wooden shield.
  87. Fancy Bronze helmet with ivory and amber inlays.
  88. Gilt bronze shield boss.
  89. Silver belt buckle with ivory and amber inlay.
  90. Vest of silver and gold coins sewn to elk hide.
  91. A pair of silver arm-rings with simple decoration.
  92. Decorated silver bowl.
  93. A pair of fancy silver dress pins.
  94. Set of fancy wooden bowls and cups.
  95. Boar-headed brass horn decorated with silver inlay.
  96. Two pounds in bits of foreign silver flatware.
  97. Ivory flute with golden inlay.
  98. Gold braided ring.
  99. Fancy drinking horn with silver inlay.
  100. Silver scrying bowl decorated in hyperborean runes.

No values given as the hyperboreasn don't put price tags on their goods everything is bartered, a DMshouldn't have much trouble figuring out sp/gp values that fit their own campaign.

A frigid mummy is aged remains of someone caught out in the cold and frozen. 

Mummia is strips of mummy tissue used in magic and medicine.

The hyperborea I'm writing this for is an extoic and wild frozen north on the edge of savagery.


  1. Good stuff - better by far than "Necklace with opal 100 GP"

    Well done

  2. my vikings in hyperborea soon i can use this...