Armor of the Ruined Realm
Koram and the gnome thief Nudge were deep in conversation.
‘But it isn’t that heavy!’ Koram said loudly.
‘I am a gnome! I cannot carry human-sized armor!’ whined Nudge.
‘What’s the problem?’ Chalk asked.
‘I am trying to get this little knucklehead to help me acquire a set of magical armor!’ replied Koram hotly.
‘Maybe we can all try to steal this armor…,’ began Chalk.
Suddenly a figure dressed in impressive plate armor appeared from around the corner of the narrow alley. The stranger drew a mighty sword. Suddenly three more knights appeared out of thin air, these also drew swords.
‘This is the armor, right?’ the sorcerer asked.
This set of heavy plate armor was forged ages ago for the prince of a long forgotten land. It is said that a great druid and an enchanter worked together with the armoursmiths to make this legendary suit of armor, which is truly magnificent. It is also rumored that there are many knockoffs out there, made either to emulate or fool those looking for this armor.
Benefit: In addition to weighing only half as much as normal plate armor, the Armor of the Ruined Realm also has the following qualities:
1) Once per day the wearer may root themselves to the earth and may not be knocked down, but may move normally, each step still holding the wearer to the ground.
Twice per day the armor can regenerate 1d4+2 hit points per turn for 4 turns.
Three times per day the armor can be used to Mirror Image as if cast by a 4th level Illusionist.
Copied versions of this armor may have one or two of these qualities and often way only one third less than normal plate armor.
Usable by: Anyone who can wear plate armor.