Item Slots- Ammunition

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Howdy... (as pertaining to LFR rules) Say for example you have multiple +2 Dispelling Bolts, does this take up 1 slot item or as many slots as you have of them? And to continue that, say you have 1 Dispelling Bolt and 2 Firestrorm arrows, is that 1 slot as they are all ammunition or is it 2 or 3 slots?
Howdy... (as pertaining to LFR rules) Say for example you have multiple +2 Dispelling Bolts, does this take up 1 slot item or as many slots as you have of them? And to continue that, say you have 1 Dispelling Bolt and 2 Firestrorm arrows, is that 1 slot as they are all ammunition or is it 2 or 3 slots?



You can have as many as you want, assuming you have access to purchase them:

Uncommon consumable items don’t count against the number of permanent items you can possess, and consumables are never considered duplicate items. It would be difficult to use magic ammunition if you were only allowed to carry one arrow per adventure, and you shouldn’t have to choose between carrying a potion or a magic sword. However, Uncommon consumable items aren’t available for purchase without campaign documentation, so they are still difficult to acquire.

FYI --.this is a "legacy" forum.  It's a leftover from the time prior to the development of the Wizards.community set-up.

There is an LFR group on the "new" forums, and that's where the campaign's official forums now reside.  Importantly, the campaign staff moderates the new forums, and is usually quite good at quickly replying to questions. 

Also, as you may have noticed, there's very little traffic in this (old) forum -- there's a lot more traffic on the new forums, and you're more likely to get more responses to your question there, so you may  want to re-post there.

You can find the new forums here:
community.wizards.com/lfr/go/forum/viewb...

Note that you'll likely need to join the LFR group there before you can post.
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