Sounds marginally useless, doesn’t it? I mean … I cut the grass this morning, so it’s sorta useful, but if I was a D&D character? Bleh.
How about Cobbler’s Tools?
Or Glassblower’s Tools? Only if you’re on that new Netflix show.
Seriously though … how often do your PCs’ tool proficiencies come into play in the game?
If you’re anything like me, not very often. And that’s a shame, really.
Maybe think of a few ways you could involve your players tool proficiencies at least once every few sessions.
Letters to New and Veteran Dungeon Masters – Sly Flourish
A Mass Effect D&D homebrew campaign? – Sage Advice
The Dungeon Master’s Self Defense Guide – DMsGuild – $1.00
Curse Of Strahd Magic Item Cards – DMsGuild – $1.00
Combat Tracker For Excel – DMsGuild – Free
Expanded Cantrips – DMsGuild – $1.00
Matty’s Mappack Swamp Edition – DMsGuild – $4.99
Now get out there and tell a story!