Thursday, June 3, 2010

Four Magic Armors

Drake Chain

Forged by a legendary race of highly developed lizardfolk in a previous age, this +1 chainmail has a slimy feel and greenish cast. However, it is nearly weightless in water, providing no hinderance to movement. The owner may not harm any lizardfolk while wearing it.

Meteoric Shield

Few of these were ever made, owing to the rarity of meteoric iron. In addition to the regular effects of a +1 shield, a meteoric shield provides +1 protection against any hot, cold, or acid attack and an additional +1 to saving throws where these elements are involved.

Terrance’s Spectacular Helm

This +2 helm never belonged to Terrance but was forged in imitation of his legendary headgear, the Borealis Helm. Terrance’s helm produces an unwavering light from gems set around the rim, illuminating up to 30’. This light cannot be extinguished by magic or any other means. If the wearer removes the help or hides its light in a way that the help deems cowardly, it disappears from their possessions to find another master.

Wildwood Leathers

While many armors go by the name “Wildwood leathers”, true items of this name allow their owner to hide in shadows as a theif of their own level. If the character is already a thief, they may become invisibe with a successful hide in shadows attempt.

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4 Comments:

Blogger JD said...

Always dig the lizardman angle. So little is done with them these days.

June 3, 2010 at 6:40 AM

 
Blogger David said...

Very nice... I like the history that comes out of these.

June 3, 2010 at 6:46 AM

 
Blogger The Rusty Battle Axe said...

Nice. Thanks for the post.

June 3, 2010 at 8:42 AM

 
Blogger Tony said...

Thanks

@JD I know! Zac has a pretty cool take on Lizarmen over at PD&DwPS:
http://dndwithpornstars.blogspot.com/2010/05/crawling-opera.html

@david thanks, I always try to inject a little history into my magic items. I suspect my players get tired of hearing me discourse about random dead civilizations and such after a while.

June 4, 2010 at 12:50 PM

 

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