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    A map like parchment containing directional type markings.
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    Sure, if you want to do it the easy way!*








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    "When planning for a trip to the Storm Horn Mountains, what is the most essential item to bring?"

    Two things; Questing Pants and Snow Shoes
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    "When planning for a trip to the Storm Horn Mountains, what is the most essential item to bring?"

    An owlbear companion, of course. He's good in a fight (patch pending), he can carry your stuff, he's great conversation when you've got no one else to talk to, and you can ride him if you get tired. Plus, if it gets too cold, you could always slice that baby open and sleep inside of 'im.

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    When planning for a trip to the Storm Horn Mountains, what is the most essential item to bring?

    An American passport. Without it, you don't get far in Turbine's worlds.
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    Always be prepared...bring pie!

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    Default When planning for a trip to the Storm Horn Mountains...

    The most important thing to bring is food for your owlbear hireling. What do you think she's going to eat if you don't?
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    A towel.
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    A 10' pole.

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    "When planning for a trip to the Storm Horn Mountains, what is the most essential item to bring?"

    Since uphill is alright but downhill puts too much on one's knees, everybody needs a walking stick with a red augment slot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanordog View Post
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    Default Tough choice.

    "When planning for a trip to the Storm Horn Mountains, what is the most essential item to bring?"


    Clean socks... or a Favored Soul hireling if the socks are unavailable.

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    "When planning for a trip to the Storm Horn Mountains, what is the most essential item to bring?"

    At least one dice. There's no adventure without some good rolling .
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    When planning for my trip to the Stormhorn mountains the most essential item I will bring is my Moldy Staff from korthos. I love my moldy staff.
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    "When planning for a trip to the Storm Horn Mountains, what is the most essential item to bring?"

    "Booze."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrande View Post
    For a magic user, I would say your spell book and spell components... and prepare that cold resistance, fire shield: hot and cold protection spells. That unexpected winter storm or avalanche can be fatal.

    For a non-magic user, well, ... ask your magic user friend to come along or ask your friend to make a flask or cloak of ice to protect against such incidents...
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