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Helms [edit | edit source]
An ordinary helm. This one is made of hides stretched over wood. There's no fur or padding on the inside, so your head will probably ring like a bell when struck a solid blow.
This is a common steel helm. The design is a good one and has been used for centuries by warriors all around the world. Best guess is this helm is 50-75 years old.
This helm design has been used by the Elves of Erathia since before the Silence. It is composed of silver and steel and is very strong.
Half made from the skull of the ferocious Mogred beast in Karigor, these helms grow more uncommon every year as the Mogreds approach extinction. The red stripes around the horns of the helm are highly receptive to enchantment.
Hats [edit | edit source]
A common hat. The material is a blend of cotton and wool, and the feather is from a duck.
Quite fashionable and stylish, these hats are in vogue amongst the upper classes and those seeking to emulate them.
Don't laugh--while silly--even ridiculous--in appearance, many sorcerers spend quite a bit of time enchanting hats like this with powerful magics. The conical shape and 'eyes' in the front of the hat are peculiarly attractive to creatures of the spirit world, and that property makes the hat easier to enchant.
Crowns [edit | edit source]
This is a poorly wrought crown, the kind that goblins or low budget actors might create to mock royalty. It offers no real head protection, although it may carry some small enchantment.
A large, imperfect sapphire is inset in the center of this delicate silver crown. Extremely fine hammer marks suggest this crown was made by dwarven hands.
Crowns of this sort are typically created with the use of magic to enhance their susceptibility to magic. If found with no enchantments whatsoever, the crown was probably left unfinished for some reason.
Artifact[edit | edit source]
In their endless quest to create the perfect Priest-King, the priests of the Church of the Sun created Arthur and imbued it with the power to heighten the wearer's personal abilities, as well as confer more magical energy. It worked, heightening their King's natural abilities--and his pride. In 1073, Leopold VII started a holy war against the rival Church of the Moon, grinding both organizations into poverty and ultimately resulting in their demise.
Relic[edit | edit source]