Alcoholic Spirits – strong alcoholic drink made from fermented grains or fruits.
Ale – weak alcoholic drink made from the warm fermentation of grain.
Bottomless Pocket – almost all goblins and some fairies have a Bottomless Pocket at their disposal; it may be a pocket in their trousers, a purse tied to their belt, the sleeve of their jacket, or even a hollow in the beard; may hold unlimited objects provided the object can fit through the mouth of the pocket; the more knickknacks stored in the pocket the more difficult it may be to find the desired knickknack; particularly skilled sprites have even been known to retrieve knickknacks from a different Bottomless Pocket than they originally put it in.
Cutlery – fork, knife, and spoon; commonly made from wood or pewter.
Dagger – double-edged blade used for stabbing; sometimes used with cutlery.
Ear Horn – tapered metal tube inserted into an ear to improve hearing.
Eyeglasses – shaped lenses worn on the face to improve vision.
Fetish – various trinkets imbued with mystical essence; often the most prized possession for a goblin.
Gilde – (plural is Gilder) the least valuable coin used by Humans consisting of stamped brass coins in denominations of 1, 5, 10, and 20; 100 Gilder is equivalent to 1 Krone; these coins are sought after by Sprites regardless of their monetary worth.
Horse Brass – a variety of brass ornaments commonly attached by human to the saddles and bridles of their horses to ward off sprites.
Hatchet – single-bladed axe used for chopping or splitting pieces of wood.
Krone – (plural is Kroner) the primary currency unit used by Humans consisting of stamped pewter coins in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20, and 100; one Krone is equivalent to 100 Gilder; these coins are sought after by Sprites regardless of their monetary worth.
Lager – weak alcoholic drink made from cold fermentation of grain; more difficult to brew than ale.
Mead – weak alcoholic drink made from fermented honey; very sweet flavor.
Oil Can – a metal canister filled with lubricating oil that delivers a small amount of the liquid from its neck when a button is pumped.
Pike – long, sharp stick sometimes tipped with an iron spike.
Tack Hammer – small hammer used to pound nails; often has a claw on the back side for removing nails.
Tankard – vessel for holding liquids for drinking; typically made from wood or pewter.
Tobacco Pipe – a wooden bowl and tube used for smoking tobacco.
Tobacco Pouch – a leather pouch used to protect a Tobacco Pipe and preserve the freshness of smoking tobacco.
Wine – weak alcoholic drink made from fermented fruits, typically grapes.