Zorvab the Axebringer sat confidently upon the warhorse and looked down upon the squad of warg-riding goblins and hobgoblins.
‘That braided leather charm will help you get thtrough them and we can get out of here,’ said the Scholar of Wexos.
‘It was kind of you to loan it to me for this task, I look forward to cutting through them,’ replied the warrior.
The illusionist regarded his mount, a ragged mule that needed a good brishing to remove the tangles and burs.
‘No problem,’ he replied, not really picturing his attempt to cut through the monsters to be as gallant or impressive as Zorvab’s ride would be.
Leather of the hide of catoblepas decorated with beads and enchanted by three magi, this rare magic item is highly coveted. If you luck into one someone will want to relieve you of it.
Benefit: This enchanted item, when tied into the mane or on the fringe of a riding beast of animal Intelligence or lower makes that creature docile to the one who tied it on. The beast will not buck or try to dislodge the rider and will be so reliable that anyone fighting from the beast’s back will receive a +1 to Hit and Damage. If put on a creature of higher than animal Intelligence that beast will receive a 1d4 boost to Intelligence and usually a bad attitude and will allow a rider…as long as the creature chooses to.
Usable by: Anyone.