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  1. 1:    5 grams of loose dirt
  2. 2:    3 chunks of flint
  3. 3:    a matchstick
  4. 4:    a tiny statuette of a terrified kobold
  5. 5:    a small rock
  6. 6:    small wand that can only detect itself
  7. 7:    metal beer flagon (empty)
  8. 8:    broken porcelain (originated from a bowl)
  9. 9:    a 5ml glob of gelatine
  10. 10: 10 grams of biscuit crumbs
  11. 11: weathered copper wire (40 cm)
  12. 12: a small rat
  13. 13: a stone-carved hair comb
  14. 14: a single playing card
  15. 15: a splintered wooden dice
  16. 16: a 10 cm square of sheep skin cloth
  17. 17: a ball of cotton wool
  18. 18: the last page of a mystery novel
  19. 19: a small plush toy of the nemesis of who pulled the item out of the bag
  20. 20: a single slipper (same size as result 33)
  21. 21: a handful of dry straw
  22. 22: a small glass filled with water
  23. 23: a well used wooden spoon
  24. 24: a copper coin that floats 1 inch from the ground when dropped or tossed
  25. 25: a small puff of steam
  26. 26: a drunken faerie
  27. 27: a marble with an orc in the centre of it
  28. 28: a paper hat from a Christmas cracker
  29. 29: a fortune cookie
  30. 30: a tiny chest that fits in your palm. Within is a locked smaller chest, with no key
  31. 31: The tail from a fox
  32. 32: a small red gem, if taken to a shop to sell, you find it is a fake!
  33. 33: another single slipper (same size as result 20)
  34. 34: a children’s book, titled ‘The gnoll’s playtime’.
  35. 35: a piece of paper of arcane origin. It glows faintly red, and you swear it whispered ‘kill... friend...’
  36. 36: a quill pen, without ink.
  37. 37: the feather of a blue bird
  38. 38: a decent length of dental floss (2 foot)
  39. 39: a frying pan handle
  40. 40: a pirate hat and an eye patch
  41. 41: a glass bottle of ‘drunken dwarf ale’ (half empty)
  42. 42: a stone carving of the number 42; it can be used as a thrown brick.
  43. 43: a baseball bat held together by duct tape and string
  44. 44: a tiny field mouse
  45. 45: a spider egg
  46. 46: a picture of someone else’s family
  47. 47: a small wooden caravan toy, with wooden horse
  48. 48: A half dozen of wheat bars
  49. 49: 7 vividly coloured rocks, each of 7 hues themselves
  50. 50: a manual with instructions to make homemade alcohol
  51. 51: a small metal amulet with a pentagram on it. It is not magical, nor does it do anything special.
  52. 52: an identification card that’s picture can change to whoever you describe.
  53. 53: a button that had been snapped off of some machinery
  54. 54: a rusted fork
  55. 55: a paper wrapper for some confectionary
  56. 56: an empty tube of “Wilson’s Kobold Meat”
  57. 57: a small statuette of a ruler
  58. 58: a tiny piano that can fit on your palm
  59. 59: a kazoo
  60. 60: 1 gram of gunpowder
  61. 61: a fragment of a shattered blade
  62. 62: a poster for a concert in a far away town. It depicts a band that only play bagpipes
  63. 63: a bag of dropping (does not keep hold of anything placed in the bag)
  64. 64: a blocky figurine of a poorly sculpted plumber in an odd red hat
  65. 65: a gold-laced shoe lace.
  66. 66: an extraordinarily long piece of string (25 metres)
  67. 67: a box of nails
  68. 68: a box of snapped matchsticks
  69. 69: a metal bucket full of coal
  70. 70: a miniature didgeridoo
  71. 71: a one-use sword made from light. When it is sheathed, it cannot be reactivated
  72. 72: a book bound in human flesh, littered in strange symbols and printed in blood, presumably human in nature as well.
  73. 73: an afro wig
  74. 74: a screw
  75. 75: a small monkey
  76. 76: a large monkey wrench
  77. 77: a poster that illustrates what happens in a certain town square five minutes in the future
  78. 78: a paper note saying ‘397 Gold Pieces’. Roll bluff check DC 40 to use as real currency.
  79. 79: a bowtie
  80. 80: a box of tissues
  81. 81: a slice of pizza (shrimp and anchovy flavour)
  82. 82: a enchanted bucket holding half a litre of lava
  83. 83: a pair of finger nails clippers
  84. 84: 1d4 chocolate chip cookies
  85. 85: a bottle cap
  86. 86: a vial of stored lightning, inflicts d10 electric damage to nearest target when smashed
  87. 87: a belt buckle
  88. 88: a broken old boot
  89. 89: an ornate golden candle
  90. 90: a tome with a tendency for spontaneous combustion
  91. 91: a hammer
  92. 92: a dog food bowl
  93. 93: a pair of safety scissors
  94. 94: a stick that emits light for 6 six second intervals, and then flashes like a strobe light until turned off and on again.
  95. 95: a book of sheet music
  96. 96: a pair of dog tags, eerily with the name and information of whoever drew them from the bag
  97. 97: a full, unopened bottle of antique whiskey
  98. 98: a tiny shovel
  99. 99: a Viking helmet
  100. 100: five D20s
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