Howdy mighty adventurer, have I got the latest and greatest dungeon delving tool for you, Brisco's Eleven-Foot Pole. You might be asking why our eleven-foot pole is different from the other ten-foot poles. Simple, our pole goes to eleven.
Brisco's Eleven-Foot Pole can collapse into a one-foot rod making transportation easier and can double as a club. When crawling through narrow caverns or passages the last thing an adventurer needs is to have his tools hinder as will normal ten-foot poles will do. With an easy pull of a lever the pole shrinks into a one-foot pole in an instant. The lever has a lock down recess that will keep unwanted shrinkage from happening.
Brisko's Eleven-Foot can also be used as a ladder. Small pegs hidden within the pole can be extracted to provide footholds. No more waiting at the bottom of a pit while being heckled by party members to lower a rope.
A pair of new features recently developed and provided for no additional charge is a continual light spell at the end of Brisco's Eleven-Foot Pole, that can be covered by an assortment of several decorative caps. Each cap can also be used at a projectile by simply shrinking the Brisco Pole to its one-foot section then expanding the pole causing to cap to launch itself at your intended target.
With Brisko's Eleven-Foot Pole you get the convenience of it collapsing into a one-foot club, the ability to turn into a ladder, a continual light spell, and three decorative caps that can be used as missiles. Brisco's Eleven-Foot Pole can be yours for only 100gp or in four easy installments of 25gp. Now if that weren't enough, Brisko has added four of his Brisko's All-Purpose Iron Spikes. These spikes were given the Adventurer's Reliability Award four years running. Order now while supplies last.
101 out of 103 adventurers found this review helpful** Frozen Lever and Tacky Caps by Amork "Stoner" Stonehill
While traveling through the frozen Fortuary Pass our party came across a tribe of snow trolls I tried to use the 'projectile cap' option but the cold weather had froze the lever. It wouldn't budge. Although I like the convenience of its size and weight, the continual light spell is more of a nuisance spoiling my dark vision and the decorative caps are embarrassingly tacky. I had one of my buddies whip up a pair of caps that looks better and are more accurate. Although I am not impressed with the eleven-foot pole it is useful, but combine it with a set of Brisko's Iron Spikes (they rule!) the 100gp price is a bit high, but worth it.
91 out of 96 adventurers found this review helpful
*****I wish I had bought Brisko's Eleven-Foot Pole a hundred years ago by Ephemeral Lightleaf
Eleven is better. I use this at home, at work and on weekends when my friends and I decide to go south and have a go at the Caves of Chaos. I've got most of Brisko's products and have never been disappointed.
0 out of 323 adventurers found this review helpful
No Starz by GruGunk
Brisco sukz. I got yur 11 foot pole rite here.