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Mounts Edit
I figured it would be useful to list the cost of all of the mounts you can buy in the SRD with their cost.
Market cost is the cost to buy it young + the training cost.
Creature | Egg Cost | Young Cost | Training Cost | Market Cost |
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Donkey or Mule | — | — | — | 8 gp |
Pony | — | — | — | 30 gp |
Light Horse | — | — | — | 75 gp |
War Pony | — | — | — | 100 gp |
Light Warhorse | — | — | — | 150 gp |
Riding Dog | — | — | — | 150 gp |
Heavy Horse | — | — | — | 200 gp |
Heavy Warhorse | — | — | — | 400 gp |
Hippogriff | 2,000 gp | 3,000 gp | 1,000 gp | 4,000 gp |
Pegasus | 2,000 gp | 3,000 gp | 1,000 gp | 4,000 gp |
Giant Eagle | 2,500 gp | 4,000 gp | 1,000 gp | 5,000 gp |
Giant Owl | 2,500 gp | 4,000 gp | 1,000 gp | 5,000 gp |
Spider Eater | 2,000 gp | 3,000 gp | 3,000 gp | 6,000 gp |
Griffon | 3,500 gp | 7,000 gp | 1,500 gp | 8,500 gp |
Costs of SRD Skeletons/Zombies Edit
This table assumes that the spellcaster is the lowest level possible to cast Animate Dead and uses an Onyx of the exact value needed. It uses the Spellcasting and Services rules as a baseline.
Also, there is a second set of market values for undead created inside a Desecrated area. It is assumed that desecrate is cast by the same spellcaster as the animate dead spell.
Creature | Spellcasting Cost | Material Component Cost | Market Cost | Desecrate Cost | Bonus Hit Points (cast at an altar) | Desecrate Market Cost |
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Human Warrior Skeleton | 150 gp | 25 gp | 175 gp | 150 gp | +1 (+2) | 325 gp |
Human Zombie | 150 gp | 50 gp | 200 gp | 150 gp | +2 (+4) | 350 gp |
Kobold Zombie | 150 gp | 50 gp | 200 gp | 150 gp | +2 (+4) | 350 gp |
Wolf Skeleton | 150 gp | 50 gp | 200 gp | 150 gp | +2 (+4) | 350 gp |
Troglodyte Zombie | 150 gp | 100 gp | 250 gp | 150 gp | +4 (+8) | 400 gp |
Owlbear Skeleton | 150 gp | 125 gp | 275 gp | 150 gp | +5 (+10) | 425 gp |
Bugbear Zombie | 150 gp | 150 gp | 300 gp | 150 gp | +6 (+12) | 450 gp |
Troll Skeleton | 150 gp | 150 gp | 300 gp | 150 gp | +6 (+12) | 450 gp |
Ogre Zombie | 150 gp | 200 gp | 350 gp | 150 gp | +8 (+16) | 500 gp |
Chimera Skeleton | 150 gp | 225 gp | 375 gp | 150 gp | +9 (+18) | 525 gp |
Ettin Skeleton | 150 gp | 250 gp | 400 gp | 150 gp | +10 (+20) | 550 gp |
Advanced Megaraptor Skeleton | 180 gp | 300 gp | 480 gp | 170 gp | +12 (+24) | 650 gp |
Minotaur Zombie | 180 gp | 300 gp | 480 gp | 170 gp | +12 (+24) | 650 gp |
Wyvern Zombie | 210 gp | 350 gp | 560 gp | 190 gp | +14 (+28) | 750 gp |
Cloud Giant Skeleton | 270 gp | 425 gp | 695 gp | 230 gp | +17 (+34) | 925 gp |
Young Adult Red Dragon Skeleton | 300 gp | 475 gp | 775 gp | 250 gp | +19 (+38) | 1,025 gp |
Gray Render Zombie | 300 gp | 500 gp | 800 gp | 250 gp | +20 (+40) | 1,050 gp |
Suggested Costs for Animated Objects Edit
The following table uses the costs for undead as a baseline for determining the cost for animated objects. Since animated objects come with different modifications (wheels, climb speed, constriction, etc.), each sized object comes with a cost per modification slot. Each ability takes up a certain number of modifications slots.
A large-sized cart, for example, has wheels and 5 hardness. This costs 15 modification slots (650 gold plus the cost of the cart).
Use this table to determine the number of modification slots an animated object has.
- 2 legs (+10ft. land speed) costs 2 modification slots
- Multiple legs (+20ft. land speed) costs 5 modification slots
- Wheels (+40ft. land speed) cost 10 modification slots
- A climb speed costs 3 modification slots
- A fly speed costs 5 modification slots
- The blind ability costs 2 modification slots
- The constrict ability costs 3 modification slots
- The trample ability is free (you have to pay for 10 hardness)
Animated Object | Market Cost | Modification Slot Cost |
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Tiny Object | 75 gp | 5 gp |
Small Object | 150 gp | 10 gp |
Medium Object | 250 gp | 15 gp |
Large Object | 350 gp | 20 gp |
Huge Object | 500 gp | 25 gp |
Gargantuan Object | 700 gp | 35 gp |
Colossal Object | 1,000 gp | 50 gp |
Note: you should add the cost of the actual item to the cost presented in this table