Blue Armour of Protection
This leather armour is padded with pieces of scales from a blue dragon. It gives thewearer an extra +1
on torso and arms. In addition, it protects against all lightningattacks, giving +20% to
Purple Armour of Khaz
This Armour is made by the dwarven smith and runemaster Khaz, to a warrior namedSiegfred Arnmeyer, who once saved his life.The armour is made of a special mithril alloy, which has a purple glow, hence the name of the armour. It gives the wearer 3
on all locations it covers (which is all body locationsif the wearer has all parts of this armour. But many years has passed since the armour wascomplete, and parts of it are known to exist in many different locations, thus making itextremely difficult to locate and complete the armour again. Each single part does stillhave the effect of 3
on the specific location it covers, being the breast plate, leggingsor whatever is to be found.
This jet-black studded leather armour gives the wearer 1
to body and arm locations,and adds +15% to all
Cloak of Shielding
This purplish red cloak projects a sphere of energy that protects the wearer from missileweapons. It also slows melee weapons somewhat. It gives the wearer +1
on alllocations, and by using up one charge, adds a further +2
against all ranged weaponsfor 1D6 turns. When found, it has 10 + 1D10 charges.
Cloak of the Wolf
Also known as "Reliar's Mistake" A great amount of irony surrounds the creation of thismagical cloak. Reliar was a mage who overestimated the amount of control he had over magic, and in the course of creating this garment ha apparently inflicted lycanthropyupon himself. The wearer can polymorph himself into a wolf as he wishes, once per day,and choose by himself for how long he wants to stay in the new form, for up to twohours. Relair was not so lucky.