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Tuesday Magic Item – Ashinole’s Diplomatic Cape

24 August, 2021

Cloak“Now that is a dashing outfit,” said Gollaon with a touch of jealousy.

“They are an ambassador and can afford it,” said Voddick.

“We could become ambassadors!”

“Who would let us represent their nation?”

“Fair point.”

Ashinole’s Diplomatic Cape

This cape is made from the highest quality of materials and so many of them, leather and silk, waxed cotton and lined, sometime even fur trim as it is able to adapt to changing fashions and cuts as needed.

The cloak is always stylish and gives the wearer a great sense of confidence, gaining a +5 morale bonus to Diplomacy checks and to saves against Confusion and Fear.

The wearer gains a +3 armor bonus and it can be used as a shield.

It also keeps the wearer comfortable (treat as endure elements), the cloak is always clean, and it repairs most damage almost instantly.

Aura moderate abjuration and transmutation; CL 9th
Slot shoulders; Price 15,000; Weight 1 lb
Construction Requirements
Craft Wondrous Item, alter self, endure elements, mending, stoneskin; Cost 7,500

For D&D 5E:

Wondrous item (cloak), rare

First paragraph as above.

The cloak is always stylish and gives the wearer a great sense of confidence, gaining advantage on Charisma (persuasion) rolls and to saving throws against Confusion and Fear.

The wearer gains an armor class of 12 plus their Dexterity bonus and it can be used as a shield.

It also keeps the wearer comfortable (in normal temperatures), the cloak is always clean, and it repairs most damage almost instantly.

Notes: Ashinole is a half-elf who serves as a roving ambassador for the Eosiant KIngdom, soothing the way for the Kingdom’s advancement.

Image “Imperial Cloak” by A.Davey is licensed under CC BY 2.0.

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