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Campaign HQ    The Company of the Bright Star Campaign    Vampire

The Reagent's the question

 
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tykeal
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2001 7:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I thought we could continue the discussion from our 10/3/2001 homework. For those that still haven't posted their initial homework (even though you won't be getting XP now) I suggest you drop the first couple into that thread still (just for completeness).

Shoe and I were talking some about the reagents on the way to his place for last nights session (Oct 3, 2001) and he was mentioning some of the disatisfaction with how we've depicted some of our reagents. One of the notes was that almost all of them were being assigned a value or they wouldn't leave an easily identifiable (with spellcraft or some such skill) trace.

Talking about it made me realize that much of what we were doing was targeting rare, or hard to obtain components. He made a point of not all reagents being rare.

So, for another look at some ideas I present:

Fiber of Glamer
For those where cloth is precious it was found that the image of it was just as precious. The mages that have come from such societies found that even the most common of threads could be used in some of the most interesting ways.

The addition of a glamer to armor is actually very simple, when you know how. A yard of cloth, any cloth, when shredded and used during the enchantment of the armor is a powerful catalyst in giving the armor the ability to hide it's true form with that of regular clothing.

The fibers leave no visible trace to the normal person.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2001 2:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Speaking reagents, and of Chameleon's what uses does it's relative the Basilisk have?

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tykeal
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2001 2:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well you could use the eyes of a basilisk in the enhancement of armor to make it Invulnerable (see Invulnerability DMG <186 {sorry can't remember the exact page}). This gives a 5/+1 damage reduction according to the description. Afterall, stone is rather invulnerable and since the eyes are the weapons...

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