A bag of holding is an extradimensional space accessed through a bag or sack made for the purpose. It opens into an extradimensional space that contains no air, so it can’t be used to store creatures. However, the extradimensional space holds an infinite amount of material weighing no more than 100 pounds. Regardless of the size or number of objects, the bag always weighs the same. So, what happens if you put a bag of holding in a bag of holding?
How does it work?
The bag of holding opens into an extradimensional space co-located with the bag. This space doesn’t connect to the Ethereal Plane or any other plane, so it can’t be used for travel. When the bag is opened, the extradimensional space manifests itself as an invisible pocket inside the bag. The space is just big enough to hold the bag’s contents.
If the bag is placed within another container, such as a chest, the extradimensional space doesn’t open, and the bag doesn’t function.
When the bag is opened, any objects inside it immediately fall into the extradimensional space. If the bag is turned inside out, its contents spill out onto the ground.
The bag can hold a maximum of 100 pounds in weight or 10 cubic feet in volume, whichever is less. If the bag is filled to capacity, it weighs 100 pounds regardless of the actual weight of its contents. Objects can be moved into and out of the bag freely. However, once an object leaves the extradimensional space, it can’t be returned.
The bag doesn’t radiate magic, and it can’t be detected by spells such as detect magic. If placed within another container, such as a chest, the bag is undetectable unless that container is opened.
There are a few benefits to putting a bag of holding inside another bag. First, it’s a great way to save space. If you have two bags of holding, you can put one inside the other and free up space in your inventory. Second, it can help you organize your items. If you have many small items, putting them in two bags of holding can help you better track them. Finally, it can protect your items from damage. If one bag of holding is damaged, the items inside will be protected by the second bag.
There are also a few factors to consider when putting a bag of holding inside another bag. First, you need to make sure that the bags are compatible. Some bags of holding are not designed to be nested inside others, so you’ll need to check with the manufacturer before doing so. Second, you need to be careful not to overstuff the bags. If you put too much into either bag, it could rupture and damage both bags and all of the items inside. Finally, you need to be aware of the weight limit for each bag. Nested together will have a combined weight limit, so make sure not to exceed it.
Overall, using a bag of holding in a bag of holding can be beneficial as long as you’re aware of the potential risks. If you have any further questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to us!