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Tuesday Magic Item – Dwarven Work Boots

20 January, 2021

Pull yourself up

“Now these are the sort of boots I have always wanted.” said Voddick admiring his new boots.

“Well, they are nice if you like that sort of thing,” said Gollaon.

“Look at that stitching!  And the sole, it will defeat most hazards.”

“The yellow stitching seems a bit garish,” said Gollaon with a frown.

“It is a signature of the boot maker,” said Voddick defensively.

Dwarven Work Boots

These boots are heavy and over-engineered, designed and reinforced with metal and magic to protect the wearers feet against most threats one is likely to encounter.  And for all of that, they are remarkable comfortable.

The boots are extremely comfortable and hard wearing, providing excellent traction on almost any surface.  The wearer gains a +4 equipment bonus to any rolls to resist slipping or falling, a +5 armor bonus against caltrops and gains Acid Resistance 5 to any effect that the boots could protect against.  Additionally, the magic of the boots keeps the wearer’s feet, and socks, dry and comfortable.

Aura faint abjuration; CL 5th
Slot feet; Price 2,000; Weight 3lbs
Construction Requirements
Craft Wondrous Item, mage armor, resist energy, spider climb; Cost 1,000

For D&D 5E:

Wondrous item (boots), very rare (requires attunement)

First paragraph as above.

The boots are extremely comfortable and hard wearing, providing excellent traction on almost any surface.  The wearer gains advantage to any rolls to resist slipping or falling and against caltrops and gains Resistance to Acid to any effect that the boots could protect against.  Additionally, the magic of the boots keeps the wearer’s feet, and socks, dry and comfortable.

Notes: These boots were made for working.  The dwarves should have proper working footwear.

Image “Boot” is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

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