Cloaks and Belts
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Cloaks [edit | edit source]
A used leather cloak. It smells faintly of mothballs and dust.
Indigo dye from the Regnan Archipelago was used to stain this wool cloak the color of a summer night's sky.
Woven from plant fibers found in the forests of Erathia, these cloaks are the traditional garb of the Elven Rangers.
A cloak formerly worn by high officials of the Church of the Sun of Karigor prior to the dissolution of the Church in 1083 A.S. Nearly all these cloaks were enchanted in one way or another.
Doom's Day Cloak
A cloak formerly worn by high officials of the Church of the Moon of Karigor prior to the dissolution of the Church in 1083 A.S. Nearly all these cloaks were enchanted in one way or another.
Artifact[edit | edit source]
This cape originally belonged to Alastair Blane, Master thief of the Shadow Guild. The cape increased his luck and certain thieving skills tremendously, enabling him to pursue a long and prosperous career. Blane was never brought to justice for his crimes--he was instead killed over a card game for cheating while wearing the cloak to better his chances.
Relic[edit | edit source]
Legends say this cape was discarded by a God who became annoyed with the cape's magical slowing of his actions. It confers an incomparable might to its wearer, at a large cost to speed.
Belts [edit | edit source]
A common strip of leather used to hold up your pants.
A wide leather belt with a big, flashy buckle of a kind favored by bandits and mercenaries. Both mercenaries and bandits like to have charms or minor enchantments placed on them as battle aids.
Cured dragonhide and polished bronze are fastened together to form a belt of unusual strength and resistance to magic. Although difficult to work with, these belts can offer excellent protection against magic once an enchantment is successfully laid upon them.
Made of silver and the hide of some unknown creature, this belt is studded with vertical strips of a golden alloy. The buckle is a single, large opal inset in a platinum base.
Though soft and flexible, the material of this belt is made up of extremely fine strands of white gold. The white gold is braided together by a process too exacting for human hands, and the ruby set into the buckle was perfectly cut by a process long lost in time.