I'm not so much heading towards a combat-centric character as a dilettante as per factotum. I could see myself festooned with myriad wands, scrolls, etc, all ready to pull out and use as needed. The Craft Wondrous item feat looks appealing, as does the Font feat, and I'm not sure getting you to make everything would be fair. I'd like to see the first few items gained be INT+ and Charisma+ items to start with, with Wisdom+ to follow. I could just buy what scrolls, wands, etc. Needed and pay the full price rather than sacrifice XP. Once the level comes for me to decide on which feat to take, I'll have a better idea what will prove useful.
As far as the treasure goes, we are keeping it in a pool and drawing fairly on it, as needed? I'd just put a requisition in to you for a item cost or something like that? I see your archetype can draw out XP from items we don't need to fuel your creations, as well, which could be another way of getting what we need made.
Maybe I should be focusing on making alchemy products and stocking us up, that way.
The opera ain't over 'til the fat lady sings. -- Unknown
Basically yeah, we've been pooling resources and using it where there seems to be need. Its been a little awkward getting started and trying to get everyone set up at once, especially since 2 weeks of my crafting time disappeared along with Dennis, but I've been intending to go around the table, with the current project being something to benefit the one who needs a boost the most.
For +ability items, if you're wanting to invest in multiple attributes, you may want to consider a belt of magnificence. Its expensive and out of our current price range, but it adds to all attributes at once. 25k,100k,200k for +2,+4,+6.
Edited: daishain on 20th Dec, 2017 - 11:31pm
Considering that only the highest bonus applies, wouldn't it be better to have the specific attributes boosted, rather than all at once with the belt? Cheaper, too?
Once I start getting various items, a Belt of many Pockets looks handy. :D.
Edited: Gknightbc on 20th Dec, 2017 - 11:43pm
The advantage of the BOM is it occupies only one item slot. Boosting multiple attributes individually prevents you from using a lot of other items.
How many magic items are we allowed in 3.5? I thought it was basically unlimited. Either way the BOM is way out of current price range.
Only one magic item per item slot, one belt, one cloak, one head piece, one left hand ring, one right hand ring, etc.
There are magic items that don't take up a body slot, such as Ioun stones, but those tend to be more expensive.
It is also possible to add an enchantment to an existing item, for a 50% markup.
I'm fine with giving up her horse. I need to check on barding and some sort of saddle for Ghost. He is ready for it now.