The Lockpicks of Earwig Lockpicker
D&D 3e (3.0/3.5) Rules
by Clive Squire
The lockpicks of Earwig Lockpicker are a supposedly magic set of thieves tools which are said to have belonged to the wandering kender Earwig Lockpicker and passed down to his daughter, Rosemary, during the Chaos War. Rosemary has been on several adventures since acquiring the tools and swears that they are enchanted.
They are made from silver and have a strip of leather extending out from it with a pick for any lock. Each pick has a dual band etched into it, which marks it as belonging to the Lockpicker's family.
Earwig had travelled far and wide during his wanderlust and during his most famous journey, he joined up with Raistlin and Caramon Majere not long after Raistlin had completed his Test.
Together with the twins and the demi-god, Bast, Earwig helped thwart the machinations of Takhisis in the city of Mereklar.
This set of thieves tools of distinction are not magical and grants the user a +2 circumstance bonus to all Disable Device and Open Lock skill checks. The tools also grant the wielder a +2 circumstance bonus to all Move Silently skill checks while using the tools.
None; CL None; Item of Distinction (blacksmithing) class feature; Market Price 100stl, Weight 2Ibs.
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