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Another quick question. 
8th-Dec-2005 04:25 pm
bitch
I am aware is says in the DMG that every 1,000 gp value is 1 day worth of labor for crafting an item, but there is on interpretation I'm confused about. Does this mean you can craft an item with 1 gp - 1999 gp in one day, or 1 gp - 999 gp in one day, and 1001 - 1999 gp in two days or 2000 to 2999 gp in two days, etc?

Sorry if I worded that question funny. :-/
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9th-Dec-2005 12:38 am (UTC)
It would seem to me that:
1-1000gp = 1 day
1001-2000 = 2 days
2001-3000 = 3 days

That's all assuming that you can craft the item at all, of course.
9th-Dec-2005 01:38 am (UTC)
There's about 10 levels of economic status between 1g and 1000g, so there's no reason it would take the same amount of time. Personally, I use fractions, but that's just a house rule.
9th-Dec-2005 05:48 am (UTC)
1 gp - 999 gp in one day would be my guess and sounds somewhat reasonable.
9th-Dec-2005 09:34 am (UTC)
My guess is no more than 1000/day.
9th-Dec-2005 03:34 pm (UTC)
i think thats on the dm i would assume that if it weas 1 gp you could just whip it up in an hour or two but if you need a forge and tools and a place to make something,,or if there are spells and spell componants it might take a minuten to set up i think that rule is so you cant just in the middle of an adventure ,,,throw together a bunch of bad ass rings by staying awake most of the night
10th-Dec-2005 03:12 pm (UTC)
the first person was right
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