Character possession

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Hello All,

               I'm searching one table telling me charater possession value vs character level for the 4e.  I know this exist in 3e but i didn't find anything for 4e.  The only thing I found is for character lvl X you should give in the adventure (DM 1 book page 125).  But I didn't follow that at the beginning and now my players are lvl 10 and I want to check if they have enough value in there possession or if the have to much.

Thanks for your help 
I would estimate using the "Starting at Higher Level" rules, which for level 10 is 9,000 + 5,000 + 4,200 + 4,200 = 22,400gp wealth per character.
You could also add up all the parcels from level 1 to 9 and divide by 5, which gives a higher number (around 35,000gp) but doesn't account for any spending, or selling/disenchanting unwanted/outdated items.

Unless the numbers are way off and encounters seem too hard or too easy I wouldn't worry about it, a few levels using the parcel system will bring things back into line anyway.
Hello All,

               I'm searching one table telling me charater possession value vs character level for the 4e.  I know this exist in 3e but i didn't find anything for 4e.  The only thing I found is for character lvl X you should give in the adventure (DM 1 book page 125).  But I didn't follow that at the beginning and now my players are lvl 10 and I want to check if they have enough value in there possession or if the have to much.

Thanks for your help 



I think there actually is a table somewhere here on the boards that shows character wealth as it continues.  Check some of the build guides in charop for expected GP.  I'll go look myself once I get done doing my rounds of the forums.
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