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Verbannon



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PostPosted: Sat Apr 22, 2017 11:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Item common description: a %^BOLD%^s%^RESET%^i%^BOLD%^lv%^RESET%^e%^BOLD%^r%^RESET%^ spike
Item short description:a masterwork %^BOLD%^s%^RESET%^i%^BOLD%^lv%^RESET%^e%^BOLD%^r%^RESET%^ spike
Item long description: This is a small narrow %^BOLD%^s%^RESET%^i%^BOLD%^lv%^RESET%^e%^BOLD%^r%^RESET%^ spike with a handle, about the same size as a large knife. It is densely enscribed with words, but they seem to be nothing more than foul insults directed towards a variety of random things, from flowers, to malarites, to wet paint.
Item alternate IDs:dagger, spike, silver spike, masterwork silver spike
Item Enchantment:the command "backstab X" will allow the user to make a stab attack even if not a thief using this dagger as long as one hand is free or holding the spike and the wielder is at peace. If against a malarite or a creature with the polymorph keyword. The attack occurs with about the same bonuses as a thief of the user's level.
Item Equip: Everyone should worship Cyric.
Item Unequip: Everyone should still worship Cyric
Body slot/proficiency: Weapon, dagger (small)
Lore: Elven silverwork is reknown for its illustrous beauty, dwarven silverwork is known for its artistry. Halfling silverwork is known for making certain bad things dead. Halflings often find themselves in opposition to werecreatures, whether halfling thief guilds fighting off wererats in the sewers or halfling riverfolk fending off wearwolves attacking their sheep. Halflings have a need for silvered weapons and armors thats above the norm for most races. And so most of the best quility silvered arms for actual fighting is made courtesy of halfling whitesmiths. Silver is also the sacred metal of three deities, Cyric, Kelemvore and Selune. Some believe that its silver's association with the moon that grants it such about over werefolk others believe that it is its power over werefolk which has caused its association with the moon. Either way the arms and armor of Selune Templars are traditionally forged with silver gilt and silver edges. Silver is also, some might say perveresely, a sacred metal of cyric. Most evil werecreatures prefer to worship cyric's token ally Malar. And it is rumored that the reason most priests of Cyric carry a silvered dagger, is so that they are prepared for the eventual and inevitable betrayal of Malar by Cyric. And lastly silver is a holy metal of Kelemvore, it is known that certain undead are also harmed by silver. Kelemvorites believe that the reason is because silver is a metal possessed of a natural duality, existing both in the natural world and in the spiritual. And that is why silver is able to harm werewolves so. Because of this belief, many cultures will bury their dead with a silver coin, believing that they will somehow be able to use it even in the next life. People who actually portal into the afterlives and return, report back mixed findings on whether or not this is true.


Item common description: %^BOLD%^s%^RESET%^i%^BOLD%^lv%^RESET%^e%^BOLD%^r%^RESET%^ Boots
Item short description: masterwork %^BOLD%^s%^RESET%^i%^BOLD%^lv%^RESET%^e%^BOLD%^r%^RESET%^ Boots
Item long description: These are steel boots gilded with silver. They otherwise are ordinary if well made boots. With buckles for fitting the boots to the feet.
Item alternate IDs: boots, silver boots, masterwork silver boots
Item Enchantment: Random enchantment and if a creature with the polymorph keyword tries to flee combat the boots increase the dc and time it takes to succeed.
Item Equip: You feel sure that no were can escape you now.
Body slot/proficiency: Feet(heavy)
Lore: Elven silverwork is reknown for its illustrous beauty, dwarven silverwork is known for its artistry. Halfling silverwork is known for making certain bad things dead. Halflings often find themselves in opposition to werecreatures, whether halfling thief guilds fighting off wererats in the sewers or halfling riverfolk fending off wearwolves attacking their sheep. Halflings have a need for silvered weapons and armors thats above the norm for most races. And so most of the best quility silvered arms for actual fighting is made courtesy of halfling whitesmiths. Silver is also the sacred metal of three deities, Cyric, Kelemvore and Selune. Some believe that its silver's association with the moon that grants it such about over werefolk others believe that it is its power over werefolk which has caused its association with the moon. Either way the arms and armor of Selune Templars are traditionally forged with silver gilt and silver edges. Silver is also, some might say perveresely, a sacred metal of cyric. Most evil werecreatures prefer to worship cyric's token ally Malar. And it is rumored that the reason most priests of Cyric carry a silvered dagger, is so that they are prepared for the eventual and inevitable betrayal of Malar by Cyric. And lastly silver is a holy metal of Kelemvore, it is known that certain undead are also harmed by silver. Kelemvorites believe that the reason is because silver is a metal possessed of a natural duality, existing both in the natural world and in the spiritual. And that is why silver is able to harm werewolves so. Because of this belief, many cultures will bury their dead with a silver coin, believing that they will somehow be able to use it even in the next life. People who actually portal into the afterlives and return, report back mixed findings on whether or not this is true.


Item common description: %^BOLD%^s%^RESET%^i%^BOLD%^lv%^RESET%^e%^BOLD%^r%^RESET%^ Boots
Item short description: masterwork %^BOLD%^s%^RESET%^i%^BOLD%^lv%^RESET%^e%^BOLD%^r%^RESET%^ Boots
Item long description: These are steel boots gilded with silver. They are not heavily decorated but the eyes and circle of stars of Selune adorn the boots.
Item alternate IDs: boots, silver boots, masterwork silver boots
Item Enchantment: Random enchantment and if a creature with the polymorph keyword tries to flee combat the boots increase the dc and time it takes to succeed. If worn by a follower of Selune, they can type "divine foe" and the room name that a random follower of one of Selune's enemy faiths is in apppears. If no player is on who follows a faith is on the boots respond, "You do not feel drawn towards any enemy"
Item Equip: You put on the boots, the first step to finding and slaying the foes of Selune. (Only appears if the wearer is a follower of Selune) <Divine foe>
Body slot/proficiency: Feet(heavy)
Lore: Elven silverwork is reknown for its illustrous beauty, dwarven silverwork is known for its artistry. Halfling silverwork is known for making certain bad things dead. Halflings often find themselves in opposition to werecreatures, whether halfling thief guilds fighting off wererats in the sewers or halfling riverfolk fending off wearwolves attacking their sheep. Halflings have a need for silvered weapons and armors thats above the norm for most races. And so most of the best quility silvered arms for actual fighting is made courtesy of halfling whitesmiths. Silver is also the sacred metal of three deities, Cyric, Kelemvore and Selune. Some believe that its silver's association with the moon that grants it such about over werefolk others believe that it is its power over werefolk which has caused its association with the moon. Either way the arms and armor of Selune Templars are traditionally forged with silver gilt and silver edges. Silver is also, some might say perveresely, a sacred metal of cyric. Most evil werecreatures prefer to worship cyric's token ally Malar. And it is rumored that the reason most priests of Cyric carry a silvered dagger, is so that they are prepared for the eventual and inevitable betrayal of Malar by Cyric. And lastly silver is a holy metal of Kelemvore, it is known that certain undead are also harmed by silver. Kelemvorites believe that the reason is because silver is a metal possessed of a natural duality, existing both in the natural world and in the spiritual. And that is why silver is able to harm werewolves so. Because of this belief, many cultures will bury their dead with a silver coin, believing that they will somehow be able to use it even in the next life. People who actually portal into the afterlives and return, report back mixed findings on whether or not this is true.


Item common description: %^BOLD%^s%^RESET%^i%^BOLD%^lv%^RESET%^e%^BOLD%^r%^RESET%^ Bone Boots
Item short description: masterwork %^BOLD%^s%^RESET%^i%^BOLD%^lv%^RESET%^e%^BOLD%^r%^RESET%^ Bone Boots
Item long description: The %^BOLD%^s%^RESET%^i%^BOLD%^lv%^RESET%^e%^BOLD%^r%^RESET%^ splints riveted to reinforce the leather of these boots are fashioned to appear as white bones. Giving it an overall morbid appearance.
Item alternate IDs: boots, silver boots, silver bone boots, masterwork silver bone boots
Item Enchantment: Random enchantment and if worn by a follower of kelemvore typing "crypts" will teleport the wearer to just outside the crypt by the firbolg village. Typong 'graveyard' will take the wearer to deku graveyard.
Item Equip: You sigh as you think of all the <graveyard>s and <crypts> you must visit today as part of your duties.
Body slot/proficiency: Feet(heavy)
Lore: Elven silverwork is reknown for its illustrous beauty, dwarven silverwork is known for its artistry. Halfling silverwork is known for making certain bad things dead. Halflings often find themselves in opposition to werecreatures, whether halfling thief guilds fighting off wererats in the sewers or halfling riverfolk fending off wearwolves attacking their sheep. Halflings have a need for silvered weapons and armors thats above the norm for most races. And so most of the best quility silvered arms for actual fighting is made courtesy of halfling whitesmiths. Silver is also the sacred metal of three deities, Cyric, Kelemvore and Selune. Some believe that its silver's association with the moon that grants it such about over werefolk others believe that it is its power over werefolk which has caused its association with the moon. Either way the arms and armor of Selune Templars are traditionally forged with silver gilt and silver edges. Silver is also, some might say perveresely, a sacred metal of cyric. Most evil werecreatures prefer to worship cyric's token ally Malar. And it is rumored that the reason most priests of Cyric carry a silvered dagger, is so that they are prepared for the eventual and inevitable betrayal of Malar by Cyric. And lastly silver is a holy metal of Kelemvore, it is known that certain undead are also harmed by silver. Kelemvorites believe that the reason is because silver is a metal possessed of a natural duality, existing both in the natural world and in the spiritual. And that is why silver is able to harm werewolves so. Because of this belief, many cultures will bury their dead with a silver coin, believing that they will somehow be able to use it even in the next life. People who actually portal into the afterlives and return, report back mixed findings on whether or not this is true.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 23, 2017 1:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am not perfect, and I may have rushed some things or. ot thought it out enough. So feel free to point 5hings out so I can correct it before Ares adds it.
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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 9:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Each of these will have a normal mundane leather variant and a special one connected to the lore. The latter should be much rarer than the former.



Item common description: %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ Cap
Item short description: Masterwork %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ Cap
Item long description: This is a simple but masterly crafted cap of hardened %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^, It has two flaps that cover the ears and a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ nose guard.
Item alternate IDs: cap, leather, leather cap, masterwork leather cap.
Item Enchantment: Random
Item Equip: You wear a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cap.
Item Unequip: You remove a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cap.
Body slot/proficiency: Head(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. Take the Pebble Plunderers, a renown band of halfling mercenaries in their time. Each was an expert slinger capable of putting a bullet right between the eyes of a knight who had foolishly raised his visor thinking himself safe at a hundred and twenty five paces. In addition to stupendous skill, the pebble plunderers had a secret, their leather caps were all fitted with a feather that hung down in front of their faces. The feather however was enchanted with the simplest of magic. Instead of blowing in the wind by the halflings, it fluttered as if it was in the wind 125 paces in front of the halflings. Allowing them to judge their aim with much more accuracy than otherwise.



Item common description: %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ Cap
Item short description: Masterwork %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ Cap
Item long description: This is a beautifully made cap of hardened %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^, It has two flaps that cover the ears and a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ nose guard. It has gold embroidery around its rim. And a large %^BOLD%^%^MAGENTA%^pink%^RESET%^ %^BOLD%^%^MAGENTA%^feather%^RESET%^ hanging in front of the cap, that looks like it might get in the way of vision.
Item alternate IDs: cap, leather, leather cap, masterwork leather cap.
Item Enchantment: Random plus a substantial increase in damage to ranged attacks targeting a different room.
Item Equip: The %^BOLD%^%^MAGENTA%^feather%^RESET%^ flops in front of your face.
Item Unequip: Oddly enough, you feel as if your vision is more impaired without the %^BOLD%^%^MAGENTA%^feather%^RESET%^.
Body slot/proficiency: Head(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. Take the Pebble Plunderers, a renown band of halfling mercenaries in their time. Each was an expert slinger capable of putting a bullet right between the eyes of a knight who had foolishly raised his visor thinking himself safe at a hundred and twenty five paces. In addition to stupendous skill, the pebble plunderers had a secret, their leather caps were all fitted with a feather that hung down in front of their faces. The feather however was enchanted with the simplest of magic. Instead of blowing in the wind by the halflings, it fluttered as if it was in the wind 125 paces in front of the halflings. Allowing them to judge their aim with much more accuracy than otherwise.



Item common description: %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ coif
Item short description: Mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ coif
Item long description: This is a well made but simple %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ coif that drops over the head to protect the head, neck and shoulders somewhat.
Item alternate IDs: coif, leather, leather coif, masterwork leather coif.
Item Enchantment: Random
Item Equip: You wear a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ coif.
Item Unequip: you remove a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ coif.
Body slot/proficiency: Head(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. Take the kobold hero Gark. Deified by three different Kobold tribes. He was a master rogue that wore an enchanted leather coif enchanted with a look away spell to keep anyone from looking at his face. With this coif upon his head he travelled freely through the human cities where he worked his most vile crimes. He painted obscene graffiti upon the temple of Sune in Torm, he stole the Empress of Tonovi’s undergarments and replaced every flag and banner in the city with them, he chipped his own face into the Shadow Monument forcing a complete refurbishing of the statue and his greatest act ever, he snuck into a sun elf city with two buckets of cow dung and spent an hour ambushing the fair folk and throwing dung in their faces. Always managing to vanish before he could be caught. For this and many other great deeds, he will be long remembered by koboldkin.



Item common description: %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ coif
Item short description: Mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ coif
Item long description: This is a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ coif covered in a flowing and beautiful draconic script that repeats endlessly. How mysterious and mystical.
Read: (Kobold) Kobolds rule! Ya’ll drool!
Item alternate IDs: coif, leather, leather coif, masterwork leather coif.
Item Enchantment: Random plus a triggerable power that temporarily changes the adjective of the wearer to “A generic figure” and prevents city guards from recognizing and attacking the wearer on sight. The long desc is unaffected so players can still look hard at the wearer and recognize them through that. Also an enchantment on it prevents an alterobj change, forcing the wearer to carry upon his head the testament to kobold awesomeness.
Item Equip: You suddenly feel so ignored.
Item Unequip: Uh oh, people are looking at you again.
Body slot/proficiency: Head(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. Take the kobold hero Gark. Deified by three different Kobold tribes. He was a master rogue that wore an enchanted leather coif enchanted with a look away spell to keep anyone from looking at his face. With this coif upon his head he travelled freely through the human cities where he worked his most vile crimes. He painted obscene graffiti upon the temple of Sune in Torm, he stole the Empress of Tonovi’s undergarments and replaced every flag and banner in the city with them, he chipped his own face into the Shadow Monument forcing a complete refurbishing of the statue and his greatest act ever, he snuck into a sun elf city with two buckets of cow dung and spent an hour ambushing the fair folk and throwing dung in their faces. Always managing to vanish before he could be caught. For this and many other great deeds, he will be long remembered by koboldkin.
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PostPosted: Thu May 04, 2017 10:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Item common description: a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cape
Item short description: a mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cape
Item long description: This is a mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cape. Plain and unadorned it falls behind your back in a simple and elegant flair.
Item alternate IDs: cape, leather, leather cape, masterwork leather cape.
Item Enchantment: Random
Item Equip: You wear a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cape.
Item Unequip: You remove a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cape.
Body slot/proficiency: Neck
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. And If there is one exception a dwarf will make to his or her animosity towards anything which lasts less than ten thousand years. It is a good cape. So much so there is even a dwarven Clan named the Capesmiths within the mountains of the Tsarven empire, which do naught but fashion capes for their dwarven brethren. And although their capes do not last ten thousand years, yet. Their leather capes are made with a solution so advanced and secret the oldest of their capes has managed to last for nearly half that.


Item common description: a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cape
Item short description: a mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cape
Item long description: This is a fine and stylish black %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cape. It falls down almost to the floor. Its body is just a series of long draping folds which give the cape a very bulky appearance.
Item alternate IDs: cape, leather, leather cape, masterwork leather cape.
Item Enchantment: Random plus indestructibility and a charisma bonus.
Item Equip: You hear the sound of epic dwarven music play in your ears as you don the cape.
Item Unequip: A solo plays into silence as you remove the cape.
Body slot/proficiency: Neck
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. And If there is one exception a dwarf will make to his or her animosity towards anything which lasts less than ten thousand years. It is a good cape. So much so there is even a dwarven Clan named the Capesmiths within the mountains of the Tsarven empire, which do naught but fashion capes for their dwarven brethren. And although their capes do not last ten thousand years, yet. Their leather capes are made with a solution so advanced and secret the oldest of their capes has managed to last for nearly half that.



Item common description: a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cloak
Item short description: a mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cloak
Item long description: This is a mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ CLOAK. Complete with a hood, the cloak hangs on the shoulders and can be held In front to keep out the weather.
Item Enchantment: Random
Item Equip: You wear a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cloak.
Item Unequip: You remove a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cloak.
Body slot/proficiency: Neck
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. Elves and cloaks go together like fish and rye. Even the most common of elven cloaks seem to have some kind of magical enchantment upon them. Usually something stealth related like making you look like a rock when you stay still.



Item common description: a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cloak
Item short description: a mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cloak
Item long description: This is a lovely green %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ cape, with fine silver elven embroidery on it that seems to sway and shimmer in the light. Depicting scenes of forests and rocks and trees and rocks and bushes and rocks and yes a whole lot of rocks. These elves had a think for rocks it seemed.
Item alternate IDs: cloak, leather, leather cloak, masterwork leather cloak.
Item Enchantment: Stealth bonus plus when a character hides while wearing this cloak, their character appears as a claim type stone on the ground.
Item Equip: This feels oddly like a normal cloak.
Item Unequip: You remove an oddly normal feeling cloak.
Body slot/proficiency: Neck
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. Elves and cloaks go together like fish and rye. Even the most common of elven cloaks seem to have some kind of magical enchantment upon them. Usually something stealth related like making you look like a rock when you stay still.
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PostPosted: Fri May 05, 2017 9:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Item common description: %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ armor
Item short description: mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ armor
Item long description: The breastplate and shoulder protectors of this armor are made of %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ that has been stiffened by boiling in oil. The rest of the armor is made of softer and more flexible leather.
Item alternate IDs: armor, leather, leather armor, masterwork leather armor.
Item Enchantment: Random
Item Equip: You wear the %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ armor.
Item Unequip: You remove the %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ armor.
Body slot/proficiency: Torso(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. The Firbolg size poses a special problem in war. They loathe the use of shields, but metal armor is prohibitively expensive to make for ones of their size. But even the best made leather can only a portion of the shafts that rain down in an arrow volley. And with their size even a large portion leaves far too many to get through and pierce their flesh. So to compensate for this weakness the leather armor of the firbolg is often reinforced with enchantments intended to protect specifically against the rain of arrows.

20% of all leather armor drops.
Item common description: %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ armor
Item short description: mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ armor
Item long description: This %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ seems a poor defense indeed. The leather lays thick on the shoulders and across the chest and is decorated with bits of stag horn here and there. However the armor ends at the abdomen which it leaves bare. Elf like script covers the leather.
Item alternate IDs: armor, leather, leather armor, masterwork leather armor.
Item Enchantment: Random plus a substantial damage resistance against piercing damage.
Item Equip: You flex your abdominal muscles admiring their form.
Item Unequip: You remove the %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ armor.
Body slot/proficiency: Torso(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. The Firbolg size poses a special problem in war. They loathe the use of shields, but metal armor is prohibitively expensive to make for ones of their size. But even the best made leather can only a portion of the shafts that rain down in an arrow volley. And with their size even a large portion leaves far too many to get through and pierce their flesh. So to compensate for this weakness the leather armor of the firbolg is often reinforced with enchantments intended to protect specifically against the rain of arrows.



Item common description: studded %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ armor
Item short description: mastercrafted studded %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ armor
Item long description: This armor is made from tough but flexible %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^, reinforced with close-set metal rivets.
Item alternate IDs: armor, leather, leather armor, studded, masterwork studded leather armor.
Item Enchantment: Random
Item Equip: You wear the studded %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ armor.
Item Unequip: You remove the studded %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ armor.
Body slot/proficiency: Torso(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. The Orc chief Deakgu the Sideways, was known to be the fattest orc of his time. He was so fat that once when charging, legend tells he tripped and fell upon his enemies in a literal fashion and crushed one foe to death beneath his weight alone. Archeological examination of his armor suggests the large jutting bone spikes likely helped.

10% of studded drops are this.
Item common description: bone spike studded %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ armor
Item short description: mastercrafted bone spike studded %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ armor
Item long description: This armor is made from tough but flexible %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^, reinforced with large and long bone spikes. The bones seem to be carved from the femurs of various humanoid creatures.
Item alternate IDs: armor, leather, leather armor, studded, masterwork studded leather armor.
Item Enchantment: Random plus do half damage on a missed rush with a chance of ongoing damage when a spike gets embedded.
Item Equip: The studded %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ armor is a bit loose around the middle…
Item Unequip: You spend a few moments fumbling before finding a safe location to grab the armor so you can remove it.
Special user view: Your foe tries to dodge but you trip and fall into him anyway. (A bone snaps off embedding into his flesh when you do.)
Special target view: As you sidestep out of your opponent’s path, he trips and falls into you. (A bone snaps off embedding into your flesh when he does.)
Special bystander view: As (name) sidestep out of your (name2)’s path, he trips and falls into (name). (A bone snaps off embedding into (name)’s flesh when he does.)

Body slot/proficiency: Torso(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. The Orc chief Deakgu the Sideways, was known to be the fattest orc of his time. He was so fat that once when charging, legend tells he tripped and fell upon his enemies in a literal fashion and crushed one foe to death beneath his weight alone. Archeological examination of his armor suggests the large jutting bone spikes likely helped.


Item common description: %^ORANGE%^h%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^i%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^d%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^ armor
Item short description: mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^h%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^i%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^d%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^ armor
Item long description: This armor is prepared from multiple layers of %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ and %^ORANGE%^h%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^i%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^d%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^. It is stiff and hard to move in.
Item alternate IDs: armor, leather, leather armor, hide, masterwork hide armor, hide armor
Item Enchantment: Random
Item Equip: You wear the %^ORANGE%^h%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^i%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^d%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^ armor.
Item Unequip: You remove the %^ORANGE%^h%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^i%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^d%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^ armor.
Body slot/proficiency: Torso(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. The Big Fatties was a goblin tribe known for befriending ogres. For centuries they were as proud as any goblin tribe could hope to be. They resisted both adventurers who wished to destroy them and hobgoblins who wished to rule them. What finally destroyed them in the end was what they hoped would bring them to ultimate glory. Believing that it was the great size of the ogres which made them so powerful, The Big Fatties spent generations crafting and perfecting magical hide armors that would make whoever wore them, bigger. It worked. And one week after they first demonstrated these new armors in a decisive victory over the hobgoblins, hundreds of adventurers descended upon them, slaughtered every member of The Big Fatties and took the hide armors for themselves.

Item common description: %^ORANGE%^h%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^i%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^d%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^ armor
Item short description: mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^h%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^i%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^d%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^ armor
Item long description: This armor is ratty on the edges and stained and despite multiple washings still holds an unpleasant odor about it. The %^ORANGE%^h%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^i%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^d%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^s of this armor are thickly layered, far more thickly layered than one would expect.
Item alternate IDs: armor, leather, leather armor, hide, masterwork hide armor, hide armor
Item Enchantment: A strength bonus, an increase in height and a flat increase in health.
Item Equip: As you put on the hide you feel yourself grow about 10%. The thickly layered hide spreads out to keep you covered.
Item Unequip: You feel so short.
Body slot/proficiency: Torso(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. The Big Fatties was a goblin tribe known for befriending ogres. For centuries they were as proud as any goblin tribe could hope to be. They resisted both adventurers who wished to destroy them and hobgoblins who wished to rule them. What finally destroyed them in the end was what they hoped would bring them to ultimate glory. Believing that it was the great size of the ogres which made them so powerful, The Big Fatties spent generations crafting and perfecting magical hide armors that would make whoever wore them, bigger. It worked. And one week after they first demonstrated these new armors in a decisive victory over the hobgoblins, hundreds of adventurers descended upon them, slaughtered every member of The Big Fatties and took the hide armors for themselves.
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Verbannon



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PostPosted: Fri May 05, 2017 11:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Item common description: a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ belt
Item short description: a mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ belt
Item long description: This is a wonderfully made %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ belt. Broad and strong it not only holds up the mightiest of pantaloons but can ward away literal low blows. A must have for any adventurer.
Item Enchantment: Random
Item Equip: you wear a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ belt
Item Unequip: you remove a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ belt
Body slot/proficiency: waist
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. The gnome lady Fenpine was a master levitationialist. Although not a true art to be a master of she none the less was a master at it. It being the only spell she knew. She levitated herself, her friends, her skirts, her pets, her house, everything she could think of. And then one day her mastery of levitation was granted the recognition she was sure it deserved, and a party of adventurers came to her in a desperate need. These adventurers had just slain a dragon, a dragon who apparently had a fondness for giant statues and nothing else. Her heart going out to their plight she fashioned each of them a belt which would allow them to levitate one other object. A week later they were back and she gave them the address of her brother, Wenpine, Master doorenlargenist.

Item common description: a %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ belt
Item short description: a mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ belt
Item long description: This is an oddly made %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ belt. It is made out of what looks to be scraps of %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ just sort of levitating next to each other so it looks like a solid belt if you are at a distance, and squint. And it seems to make whoever is wearing the belt and whatever they touch levitate as well. Truly a must have for any man in a kilt.

Item Enchantment: Random and it increases carrying capacity, grants continual levitation and reduces the weight of any dragged object to equal one pound.
Item Equip: As you lift off the ground, you wonder why the clothes and pouches you are wearering, are levitating high than you.
Item Unequip: Everything crashes down.
Body slot/proficiency: waist
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. The gnome lady Fenpine was a master levitationialist. Although not a true art to be a master of she none the less was a master at it. It being the only spell she knew. She levitated herself, her friends, her skirts, her pets, her house, everything she could think of. And then one day her mastery of levitation was granted the recognition she was sure it deserved, and a party of adventurers came to her in a desperate need. These adventurers had just slain a dragon, a dragon who apparently had a fondness for giant statues and nothing else. Her heart going out to their plight she fashioned each of them a belt which would allow them to levitate one other object. A week later they were back and she gave them the address of her brother, Wenpine, Master doorenlargenist.


Item common description: %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ gloves
Item short description: mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ gloves
Item long description: This is a pair of %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ gloves. The gloves are covered with arcane symbols. A spiral maze is drawn onto the back of each glove that leads to a golden square.
Item alternate IDs: leather, gloves, leather gloves, mastercrafted leather gloves
Item Enchantment: Random and grants a bonus to crafting equal to half your strength modifier.
Item Equip: As you slide the %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ gloves on your touch grows more supple.
Item Unequip: The world seems more fragile as you remove the %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ gloves.
Body slot/proficiency: arms(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. Minotaur craftsmen are rare enough, but those who are birthed find themselves hampered by their size and strength. The construction of their mazes often requires the, usually forced enlistment, of other races to complete. Most commonly kobolds, for although the minotaurs can hew out passages, they find themselves unable to construct traps, mechanisms and other finer details, without causing more damage than anything else. One minotaur however, who’s name is lost, had the presence of mind to capture and force a human wizard to craft for him gloves of leather to aid in this matter. The wizard was then sold to another minotaur and then another. Until after dozens of gloves were made, the wizard had stolen all he could and vanished. And the minotaurs were left to realize that the wizard had replaced all their gold, with fool’s gold. But the gloves were real enough.
Item common description: %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ bracers
Item short description: mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ bracers
Item long description: These are well made %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ bracers. The boiled %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ protects the lower arms, with straps on the underside of each arm allow it to tighten and a thong slips between the thumb and forefinger.
Item alternate IDs: leather, bracers, leather bracers, mastercrafted leather bracers
Item Enchantment: random
Item Equip: you wear the %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ bracers
Item Unequip: you remove the %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ bracers
Body slot/proficiency: arms
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. Bracers for protection seem like a joke on a centaur who’s humanoid torso is such a small portion of their body. And the centaurs largely agree. Thus they have enchanted bracers to protect them in a more creative fashion. Perhaps noting how often the phantom guardians spell is used to create phantom centaurs for protection, the magicks of that spell have been woven into many of their bracers with aid of the elves.



Item common description: %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ bracers
Item short description: mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ bracers
Item long description: These are beautiful bracers, with a golden sheen to them, the bracers have been decorated with an abstract image of suns growing towards a great tree in the sky. Words caption under it in elven.

Read (elven) Your place
Item alternate IDs: leather, bracers, leather bracers, mastercrafted leather bracers
Item Enchantment: random and in battle occasionally conjures a phantom centaur.
Special user view: Your bracers flash and a phantom Centaur stands in protection of you!
Special target view: Your opponent’s bracer’s flash and a phantom centaur now stands in protection of him!
Special bystander view: (name’s) bracers flash and a phantom centaur now stands in protection of him!
Item Equip: Oh! You get the joke now! Ha ha ha!
Item Unequip: Actually it wasn’t very funny.
Body slot/proficiency: arms
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. Bracers for protection seem like a joke on a centaur who’s humanoid torso is such a small portion of their body. And the centaurs largely agree. Thus they have enchanted bracers to protect them in a more creative fashion. Perhaps noting how often the phantom guardians spell is used to create phantom centaurs for protection, the magicks of that spell have been woven into many of their bracers with aid of the elves. Many of the bracers have been decorated by the centaurs themselves, with what they view as biting comedic commentary about their foes.


Item common description: %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ greaves
Item short description: mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ greaves
Item long description: These are well made %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ greaves. The boiled %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ protects the legs with straps going behind, to secure the greaves in place.
Item alternate IDs: leather, greaves, leather greaves, mastercrafted leather greaves
Item Enchantment: random
Item Equip: you wear the %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ greaves
Item Unequip: you remove the %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ greaves
Body slot/proficiency: legs(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. Gnoll legs have always been one of their most vulnerable areas. Knobby and a bit awkward blows to their legs break them easier than other humanoids. So as a natural response to this vulnerability one of the few things the more intelligent gnolls have crafted for themselves are special greaves to grant them more protection in that area.



Item common description: %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ greaves
Item short description: mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ greaves
Item long description: These %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ greaves look well made enough but something about them is off. No matter how you turn it about it looks like it is a bit backwards. Though with enough adjusting of the straps they can be made to fit well enough.
Item alternate IDs: leather, greaves, leather greaves, mastercrafted leather greaves
Item Enchantment: random and sometimes when knocked prone they end the prone status effect right away.
Special user view: Just as you are knocked down the greaves seem to pull you right back to your feet.
Special other view: (name) leaps right back to his feet after falling prone.

Item Equip: You can’t help but feel these would fit better if you had a second knee, that bent the other way.
Item Unequip: You feel much more comfortable now.
Body slot/proficiency: legs(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. Gnoll legs have always been one of their most vulnerable areas. Knobby and a bit awkward blows to their legs break them easier than other humanoids. So as a natural response to this vulnerability one of the few things the more intelligent gnolls have crafted for themselves are special greaves to grant them more protection in that area.

Item common description: %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ boots
Item short description: mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ boots
Item long description: These are well made %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ boots. The boots are hard toed, hard soled and hardened up the calves but extremely soft and flexible elsewhere.
Item alternate IDs: leather, boots, leather boots, mastercrafted leather boots
Item Enchantment: random
Item Equip: you wear the %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ boots
Item Unequip: you remove the %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ boots
Body slot/proficiency: feet(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. A good solid pair of boots is one of the most valuable possessions anyone can possess. Thus the leather starved races of the underdark, especially the drow find themselves in a difficult possession. Spider carapace and humanoid skins make very poor quality boots even with magic. But they can’t be seen going on boot raids to the surface, that would be too shameful. So instead their merchants find themselves in honest trade with Duegar, Hobgoblins and anything else that might be able to supply them with boots. And although they would never admit it, the only reason they avoid committing treachery in these trade deals, is because to lose their only source of adequate footwear would literally hobble their armies. Because of the value of these boots to the drow, many are enchanted to violently explode and return to the drow house of the owner If the wearer dies. Or back to the wearer if he resurrects. A near death state is known to trigger the boots as well.

Item common description: %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ boots
Item short description: mastercrafted %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ boots
Item long description: These are well made black boots that someone seems to have stained with blood, bits of spiderwebs and craved spider symbols and profane prayers all about it. The decorations are so dense they run on top of each other mangling any foul magick that these symbols could be working.
Item alternate IDs: leather, boots, leather boots, mastercrafted leather boots
Item Enchantment: random plus if koed or killed the boots violently explode doing damage to all creatures in the room, if the wearer wakes up the boots reappear on the ground. If the character dies and returns in a church they again reappear on the ground by the character. Undamaged by the death.
Item Equip: you wear the %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ boots feeling a bit uncomfortable about it
Item Unequip: you remove the %^ORANGE%^l%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^ORANGE%^a%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^th%^BOLD%^%^BLACK%^e%^RESET%^%^ORANGE%^r%^RESET%^ boots and relax a bit
Body slot/proficiency: feet(light)
Lore: Cowhide, Goat hide, deer hide, basic leather is by far the most commonly worked armor. Used and worn by all peoples, of all races and all creeds. From the lowest goblins to the noblest of sun elves. But do not mistake being common for being common. Being common simply means that it has protected more legends than any other material. A good solid pair of boots is one of the most valuable possessions anyone can possess. Thus the leather starved races of the underdark, especially the drow find themselves in a difficult possession. Spider carapace and humanoid skins make very poor quality boots even with magic. But they can’t be seen going on boot raids to the surface, that would be too shameful. So instead their merchants find themselves in honest trade with Duegar, Hobgoblins and anything else that might be able to supply them with boots. And although they would never admit it, the only reason they avoid committing treachery in these trade deals, is because to lose their only source of adequate footwear would literally hobble their armies. Because of the value of these boots to the drow, many are enchanted to violently explode and return to the drow house of the owner If the wearer dies. Or back to the wearer if he resurrects. A near death state is known to trigger the boots as well.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 12, 2017 10:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Verbie,

These will be used soon. Thank you Smile I plan on snagging them soon and finding a IG use for them. Sorry we haven't done it sooner.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 05, 2017 8:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Any more sweatshop work needed? I want to learn wizardcraft, and even things that aren't specifically coding is a learning opportunity.
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