The D&D trinket system is so great. I had my players roll through a homebrew list of trinkets (the original one wasn’t very inspired imo) and the results are:
A half-elf with pocket hand-bellows to light fires with. These are made essentially useless by the multiple firestarting kits in their packs, and our elf having the ability to start campfires at will.
A high elf cleric with a sewing needle that can only unweave thread. Upon rolling, she exclaimed that she’s going to use it to fuck with her enemies. We thought she meant unweaving their pants.
She meant unweaving their stitches.
The dragonborn rolled an arrow embedded in a frozen potato. She just laughed and accepted that her dragonborn is special and might just really like potatoes.
And finally, our tiefling rolled for a ring that grows warm when there’s magical items nearby. The only problem is that tieflings are naturally immune to any heat effects, so even if it was warm at all times, he wouldn’t be able to feel it. The real problem comes when he refuses to share it with anyone in the party because he’s greedy.
This is gonna be fun.