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Sometimes, the real treasure is the box itself, not the things inside it.
- This chest is actually the hollowed-out dead body of a mimic, somehow trapped in its object form.
- The sides and base of this ornately decorated chalice are hollow, designed to hold a second liquid that can be dispensed only if you know the right way to hold it.
- Carefully examination of this otherwise-ordinary tree reveals a carefully disguised set of hinges that allow the front of the trunk to swing open and grant access to the hollowed-out space within.
- These perfectly smooth glass balls contain small treasures recovered from the bottom of a vast ocean. Legend has it that they will turn to dust if exposed to air.
- This pocket-sized book is filled with paper stamps carefully glues to the pages. When removed from the book, the stamps become the objects depicted on them.
- This 50-foot length of hempen rope conceals multiple lengths of gold wire threaded through its middle.
- This long black cloak contains twenty small pockets in the inner lining. Each pocket has an interior space bigger than its outside dimensions. Each pocket has a 6-inch wide opening and can hold items up to 3 feet in length, not exceeding 4 cubic feet or 50 pounds.
- These delicate glass bulbs can be opened – if you’re gentle, and know the trick – and used to hold small amounts of powders or liquids.