One hundred interesting things that a goblin might find special.
|A bag of assorted teeth from all kinds of different creatures.
|A small fossil contained in a chunk of rock.
|A leather pouch filled with colorful egg shells.
|A broken copper bell on a leather cord.
|A small shaker filled with dried beans.
|An empty wine bottle filled with dead spiders.
|A necklace made from the carcasses of dead beetles.
|A human finger bone wrapped in colorful yarn.
|The carcass of a very large bug that has been hallowed out to use as a bowl.
|1d8 teeth from a slain rival.
|A severed elven ear with many bite marks.
|A broken music box that now just plays a single ominous note.
|A piece of moldy bread with a face carved into it.
|A rusty iron nose ring.
|A dagger made out of sharpened flint with a gnarled wooden handle.
|A crudely drawn portrait of another goblin/kobold with hearts painted in blood. On the back, the name Borfus is written.
|A small clay pot filled with nail clippings.
|A wishbone wrapped in parchment.
|A mashed poultice of moldy cheese and berries wrapped in sackcloth, all of which surrounds a single, silver-capped tooth.
|A small, miniature Goblin/Kobold figurine they believe is an actual creature, shrunken by a curse (it's just a detailed child's toy).
|A small piece of soapstone, carved into a likeness of the goblin/kobold who held it.
|The broken-off tip of a wand of lightning bolt. It still can shoot a puny spark and has a few charges.
|A human's sewing kit with some green thread and silver-plated needle and thimble. The thimble smells of rum.
|A black pebble that is surprisingly heavy for it's small size and seems to generate a constant warmth.
|A dwarvish children's book meant to teach their alphabet.
|A cracked hand mirror. On the non-reflective side there is, engraved in elvish, a poem celebrating a certain lady's beauty.
|A rosary with 77 wooden beads.
|A set of false teeth, made of ivory & wood. Probably a halfling's by the size of them.
|The still-animated, smoldering finger of a cinder ghoul, kept in a stone jar. The goblin/kobold kept it for use as a convenient firestarter.
|A beautiful blue crystal the size of a peach pit. It actually is cursed and significantly lowers it's holder's AC.
|A fist sized rock that has had a face crudely carved/painted onto it.
|A silver spoon that is surprisingly well kept despite the condition of other items.
|A tattered sheet of paper and a stick of charcoal, on the paper is various words (poorly) written in common followed by the same word in Draconic/Goblin.
|A wind up toy that has had the wind up mechanism removed, exploring the area will reveal that it has been used as a way to reset a trap.
|A deck of cards missing most of the set.
|A waterskin filled with sand.
|Shards of pottery, some fashioned into daggers.
|The handle of a nice weapon.
|Chain made of used nails.
|Larva in a jar used to clean teeth.
|2 pieces of wood that fit together extremely well.
|A clay smoking pipe.
|A bird's skull with a sharpened beak, used as a cutting tool.
|A small drum made from a dried gourd.
|A cup made of silver. Well-made but heavily tarnished, the rim is covered in tooth-marks from the user's nervous chewing.
|A colorful geode half. The other half was given to the owner's best friend.
|A bronze spearhead with the Draconic word for 'revenge' carved crudely in.
|A miniature brass figurine of a horse.
|A small hexagonal wood token with a hole in the middle. A string has been placed through it and it now works like a necklace.
|A decorative and smooth glass arrowhead with rounded edges. It sparkles in moonlight.
|A pair of women’s underwear that they use as a really bad sling shot.
|A wooden sword they made and are extremely proud of, but it is poorly carved and only 8 inches long.
|A staff with a frog tied on the end they use to retrieve stuff.
|A box of matches, stubs of candles, and little wax sculptures they made.
|A sketch book filled with surprisingly realistic drawings of creatures.
|A bunch of socks they use for gloves.
|A scarf that has minor illusion magic and changes color according to their mood.
|A piece of mother’s face.
|A small coin (not of the realm's currency) carved into a sharp triangle.
|A badly etched, small piece of wood that seems to depict an older female of their species.
|Surprisingly nice monogrammed handkerchief.
|An invite to a birthday party on rough parchment and in crude handwriting.
|A bundle of brightly colored feathers.
|A 'lucky' rabbit's paw.
|A seashell (even if the coast is very far away).
|A heavily bejeweled waterbottle/flask. Upon inspection, the jewels are completely worthless.
|A plant, that seems to have sprung up in the dirt in their pocket.
|A hand-drawn map with no labels.
|A severed toe. It is quite shriveled, yet the nail is freshly painted.
|A pair of comically misshapen dice made of some sort of bone.
|Copper coins painted gold. The paint is flaking off.
|A lady’s brush, elegantly carved of ivory with boar bristle. The ivory is stained and cracked, and many of the bristles are missing.
|A small turtle shell intricately scrimshawed with Dwarvish runes. If translated, it’s a bawdy limerick.
|A dead mouse.
|A live mouse.
|An hourglass that has been broken and lost most of its sand.
|A tarnished and dented silver fork.
|A coin minted in an unknown country. Though it's old, it still manages to shine.
|A jagged, damaged obsidian sculpture of bat.
|A broken compass that is stuck pointing at the north indicator.
|A very tiny living ooze, grey, shiny, and harmless. Eats wood, fits in a bottle.
|A pair of stylish glasses, lenses removed.
|A jar of grave dirt, shaking it occasionally reveals a small animal skull inside.
|A very very tiny little tin kettle, polished and decorated with foreign calligraphy.
|A military medal unburied from a battlefield, dirt-stained but polished to a shine.
|A shard of broken stained glass, made into an amulet.
|The knobs off of a used scroll or a scroll case.
|A mason jar full of fireflies that never seem to die. Sheds dim light in a 15' radius.
|An odd brass cog that spins on its own every so often.
|A copper ring with runes, it's warm to the touch.
|A piece of amber with some kind of bug or insect preserved within.
|A broken teacup (chipped lip, and missing handle) with a hand painted design.
|An oddly shaped old key.
|A small metal flower which glows faintly in the dark.
|A small red vial labeled 'heeling potion'.
|A glass eye.
|An assortment of mushrooms kept in a leather pouch.
|1d4 unhatched bird eggs.
|A bundle of rat jerky.
|A small wooden box of carefully preserved moth wings.