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The main intent behind this generator is to give DM's a way to add more of an ARPG/high magic item system to their games. The items generated do not always play well in a standard D&D game, so careful consideration must be taken before simply granting a generated item to a player. It would not be unreasonable to only generate uncommon and rare items from this generator. DM's properly using this generator will use it not only for their players but also for their NPC's.
The items generated tend to be more powerful than those found in the Dungeon Master's Guide. While the generator uses the same rarities in the DMG, an uncommon item generated will almost always be more powerful than an uncommon DMG item, a rare item will almost always be more powerful than a rare DMG item, and so on. Artifacts are an exception to this rule. An artifact's power tends to be more directly related to its required level for generation. More powerful or more useful artifacts will be generated for higher levels; however, low level artifacts are by no means weak or useless. Low level artifacts will usually have only 2-3 affixes, but they will be affixes unique to the artifact, affixes that are available on different item types (ie. a boot-only affix like increased movement speed might be found on an artifact body armor), or affixes that are available at higher levels of play (ie. a level 15 affix on a level 1 item). Some artifacts are also based on magic items in the DMG. These such items were made as artifacts to preserve their specific affixes instead of making them randomly generated.
However, equipment in the DMG like the bag of holding are not generated by the generator, so using those such items with generated items should be of no harm.
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