The Companion Volume Is "Ohio:The Buckeye State: The Decline and Fall: 1970-1985"
Sorry Koppel, as an Illusionist Thief you can't wear the chainmail. You take 10 gp and the wand, and sit around waiting for someone to roll a d4. If you don't know what I mean by that, re-read the damn posts.
Dag, you rake it in: chainmail, one gem, mace, dagger, bracer, prayer beads, and holy symbol. You can cast spells as a cleric once you rest and re-memorize... you don't need a crappy book like the mages do. You don't really need that holy symbol either, unless you want to convert to worshipping the halfling goddess, which would be fine.
Thren, I'll assume you're taking the bow and arrows, and you're also waiting for the roll of that d4. Really guys, once you roll, roll up the spells too. I'm letting it all come to PC chance. If you don't roll, there ain't no spells! LOL.
Dag, you also take the three books. Exceedingly dry stuff:
1) "Currents and Eddies: A Guide to Deep Sea Sailing"
2) "Ohio: The Buckeye State: The Golden Years: 1945-1970"
3) "Non-Magic Missiles, Or What To Do When The DM's Screwed You Out Of Spells Again (written by and for low-level magic-users)"
Dag, Ezekiel responds quietly to your query. "I'd first consider the assumptions underlying that question, son."
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