Black Dragon Scale of Resistance
Crafting a suit of armor from the scales of a dragon is a monumental undertaking, beginning but hardly ending with killing the dragon. Working the scales requires incredible temperatures that are hard to achieve with a mundane forge. The dwarves of old …
Glamoured Studded Leather
Because of the origin of this armor, some cities where intrigue is the norm have passed laws outlawing glamoured armor— although the armor’s nature makes such laws difficult to enforce.
Plate Mail of Etherealness
The metal plates of this armor resemble polished marble, with white markings in cloudlike patterns across their surfaces. The plates are as light as cotton when lifted or worn. Donning the armor creates a sensation of light-headedness, reminiscent of …
This shield’s face features a metallic circular design inscribed with various arcane runes, combining the straight, sharp lines of Dwarven letters with flowing Elven script. When the shield is held defensively, this rune-‐scribed circle seems to lift off …
The links of this suit of chain mail look like they’re forged of brass, but they are stronger than ordinary iron. Efreeti chain protects its wearer from extreme heat, so even the most sweltering temperatures feel comfortably warm. It gives off a dim white …
Elven chain is exceptionally fine and light mithral chain mail, elaborately decorated with woven lines that twist like vines, and incorporating other precious metals, such as silver, gold, and platinum. Donning the armor feels like slipping into a silk …
The most basic form of magic armour is of fine make, a work as much of art as of utility. Magic armour comes in all kinds, though exotic types are rare compared to the more common ones.