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Bag of holding + portable hole = world go kablooy xD
Actually, an idea that a friend of mine had: okay, so your opponent is charging you. You've got your trusty tower shield. What do you do? Pull a portable hole over it! And your opponent just runs into the hole and goes shoop. ^^
I can totally get with an efficient quiver;At 1800gp, I love those things. I had a PC that was a polearm user and the quiver with quick draw wasn't only effective, but comedy gold at times. Other things he'd carry in it:
Bow and a few score of arrows
10' pole (or 2)
spider poles (from Equipment Guide)
a couple javelins of lightning
rolled up maps in map tubes
I also am a fan of creative uses of continual flame, my favorite being on the end of a 3ft. piece of rope.
Hand of glory? Well, the downside is that you're wearing the mummified hand of a sentient being. In some games, the authorities would kinda frown on that, unless you could provide a fair amount of paperwork to prove you came by it lawfully.
Besides, the rules don't mention it, but mummification generally depends on the thing staying dehydrated. One good dunk, or a rainstorm at the wrong time, and that thing's going to start to rot.