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I found this amazing green wax coated satchel whilst out questing for such an item. I visited a local trader in my town market place called TK-Max. this magical bag was hidden away in a dark corner of the dingy basement, next to mens under garments and old boots. After dusting it off and looking it over I realised how perfect it was for my needs and simply had to have it! Talking to the trader we realised there was no mention of it being in stock!... a magical and mysterious bag indeed. We haggling over the price And I finally parted with 60 gold for it, a barren at double the price. Latter after Researching the bag I came to finding that it was worth far more then the original 60 gold I parted with. It’s wax Coating could also be heated if damaged and it would melt back into its Original state. Real Magical! A fine bag of holding to take on my adventures.
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The bag of holding comes from Dungeon and dragons... like most awesome stuff.
The bag is an uncommon magical item that works like Merry Poppins bag and the Tardis (from Doctor Who). basically it’s bigger on the inside then the outside.
The bag has an interior space, roughly 2 feet in diameter at the mouth and 4 feet deep. The bag can hold up to 500 pounds, not exceeding a volume of 64 cubic feet. That’s like a big box or the size of a fridge.
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The bag weighs 15 pounds, regardless of its contents. And is used for sorting items.
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My actual bag of holding.
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