Humble Homebrew: Spare Pocket

Today’s Humble Homebrew is going to be a little different. Usually I develop and release my homebrew items but today I am venturing into creating my own spells that you can add to your spell list. Now a bag of holding is practically a staple item in D&D, but just in case you don’t come across one in your travels you might need a way to hide away that powerful cursed item from prying eyes.



Spare Pocket is a low level conjuration spell giving you access to a small pocket dimension. I thought this could be a highly effective utility spell for lower level parties. I have a few concerns about it such as the material components to cast it. Maybe it’s too high a cost for a second level spell? I’m not sure. It’ll be something to work out. I’m also not sure about the dimensions and physical constraints of the pocket dimension. I made a best guess for what would be reasonable and hoped for the best. Please let me know on how it can be improved, or tell me how awesome it is and how I am the best. Wherever you heart takes you.

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2 thoughts on “Humble Homebrew: Spare Pocket

  1. On again off again DM of 12 years

    > The diameter is roughly 1 foot by 1 foot.
    I’d change the wording to:

    “The diameter of the opening is 1 foot.”
    (diameter implies the same distance regardless of orientation)

    I’d also add in this phrase from the Bag of Holding description at the beginning:
    “This [pocket] has an interior space considerably larger than its outside dimensions.”

    IMO these changes makes it much easier to conceptualize the spaces being proposed.

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