3 things that I wouldn't mind having: Mithril Chainmail +2, Cloak of Resistance +2, Wand of Cure Moderate Wounds. I already have a mithril chainmail, so the magical one could go to Samantha or Bulosh if they would like to have that.
Edit: What I would like to do is melt down 2 or 3 of the mithril chain shirts (weighing 12.5 pounds each (25 lb normally, but halved for being mithril) for a total of 37.5 pounds if Khy0te says that we would get the full weight of the shirts back in raw mithril). Take it to either an armorsmith, or a wizard with the fabricate spell (level 5 spell, so a 9th level wizard) to turn the lump of mithril into a suit of chainmail for my wolfie companion (she just learned to wear medium armor) which would weigh 20 pounds (half of the typical 40 pounds). I mention the wizard as if we would follow the craft rules, it would take well over a year to have an armorsmith craft it, in which case I could get more than enough moneys from our adventuring to just buy a pre-made one in much less time. While using a wizard with fabricate would just take a minute.
And probably doing the above, I would opt out of any of the magical items, except for the healy wand if Bri didn't want it. I would like to be able to craft the armor myself (redoing my newly acquired skill points, or if Khy0te would be ok with it, toss skill points from handle animal (a skill I haven't used) into craft), to give a bit of sentimental value to the armor for my wolf companion. But all that is up to Khy0te's rulings.
Oh, and one more thing: a 1 pound ingot of mithril costs 500 gp. So, if we melted down the chain shirts into raw mithril (say 2 shirts, figuring 1 of them would get worn by whoever doesn't get the chainmail taken from the drow lady), which would give us max 25 pounds of mithril. Turning those into 1 pound ingots would get us (assuming max weight) 12,500gp (halve that for selling would be 6,250gp, modified by diplomatic haggling to get more), which would be more than just selling off the chain shirts as is (1100gp per shirt, halved to 550, and modified by diplomatic haggling). Of course, as mentioned in previous paragraph, that would all be up to Khy0te's rulings.
» Edited on: 2013-03-25 07:24:14