Armor Class 5e (AC) Mechanic Overview | DnD Mechanics ...

Below is a table of the different types of non-magical armor that can be found in D&D 5e, before choosing to wear a certain type of armor, make sure that your class has proficiency in it, and that you meet any other requirements such as the minimum STR requirement for Heavy Armor and only being able to equip non-metal armor for Druids.

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Robe of Useful Items | D&D 5th Edition on Roll20 Compendium

Robe of Useful Items. This robe has cloth patches of various shapes and colors covering it. While wearing the robe. you can use an action to detach one of the patches, causing it to become the object or creature it represents. Once the last patch is removed, the robe becomes an ordinary garment. In addition, the robe has 4d4 other patches.

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Collector's Coat (5e Equipment) - D&D Wiki

The coat is filled with empty trays, tiny boxes, bags, vials, small flasks, pouches, skins, sacks, jugs, holders, jars, small bottles, flat padded boxes to hold many tiny figurines etc. The coat is heavy and counts as padded armor, partially to protect the wearer but mostly to protect its contents. The weight only counts for the empty coat.

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Armor | D&D 5th Edition on Roll20 Compendium

Fantasy gaming worlds are a vast tapestry made up of many different cultures, each with its own technology level. For this reason, adventurers have access to a variety of armor types, ranging from leather armor to chain mail to costly plate armor, with several other kinds of armor in between. The Armor table collects the most commonly available types of armor found in the …

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Clothing, cold weather - Equipment - D&D Beyond

Clothing, cold weather. This outfit consists of a heavy fur coat or cloak over layers of wool clothing, as well as a fur-lined hat or hood, goggles, and fur-lined leather boots and gloves. As long as cold weather clothing remains dry, its wearer automatically succeeds on saving throws against the effects of extreme cold (see " Extreme Cold ").

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Magic Armor and Weapons – 5th Edition SRD

Armor (scale mail), very rare (requires attunement) Dragon scale mail is made of the scales of one kind of dragon. Sometimes dragons collect their cast-off scales and gift them to humanoids. Other times, hunters carefully skin and preserve the hide of a dead dragon. In either case, dragon scale mail is highly valued.

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Magic Item (5e): Dashing Trench Coat of Flourishing! : DnD

The Dashing Trench Coat of Flourishing is a long, flowing, leather trench coat decorated in brilliantly woven designs and vibrant colors. It counts as a magic set of +1 leather armor for the purposes of identification and determining AC bonus.. Properties:. Dashing: The design and coloration of this trench coat make it stand out in any situation resulting in disadvantage on …

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Armor of Invulnerability - Magic Items - D&D Beyond

Armor (plate), legendary (requires attunement) You have resistance to nonmagical damage while you wear this armor. Additionally, you can use an action to make yourself immune to nonmagical damage for 10 minutes or until you are no longer wearing the armor. Once this special action is used, it can't be used again until the next dawn.

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dnd 5e - Does coating your armor in silver add any effects ...

dnd-5e armor special-materials. Share. ... you could in fact hurt a Werewolf or Fiend with your armor. I would imagine the cost to coat or make the spikes silver would be very high. ... there's no special effect official listed in D&D 5th edition for silvered armor. However, certain armor types, such as scale mail, come with gauntlets, which ...

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Hunter's Coat | Critical Role Wiki | Fandom

The Hunter's Coat is a suit of magical leather armor described in the Explorer's Guide to Wildemount. It has not yet appeared on Critical Role.. Features. While wearing the coat, you gain a +1 bonus to armor class. The coat also has 3 charges. When you hit a creature that doesn't have all its hit points with an attack, you can spend a charge to deal an extra 1d10 necrotic …

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Greatcoat (5e Class) - D&D Wiki

When you multiclass into the Greatcoat class, you gain the following proficiencies: light armor, Martial weapons Back to Main Page → 5e Homebrew → Classes This page may resemble content endorsed by, sponsored by, and/or affiliated with the Greatcoats franchise, and/or include content directly affiliated with and/or owned by Sebastien de ...

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Armored Coat – d20PFSRD

Medium Armor Cost 50 gp; Weight 20 lbs. Armor Bonus +4; Max Dex Bonus +3; Armor Check Penalty-2 Arcane Spell Failure Chance 20%; Speed 20 ft./15 ft.. This sturdy leather coat is reinforced with metal plates sewn into the lining. An armored coat is more cumbersome than light armor but less effective than most medium armors.

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Armored Coat – d20PFSRD

Armored Coat. Medium Armor. Cost 50 gp; Weight 20 lbs. Armor Bonus +4; Max Dex Bonus +3; Armor Check Penalty -2. Arcane Spell Failure Chance 20%; Speed 20 ft./15 ft. This sturdy leather coat is reinforced with metal plates sewn into the lining. An armored coat is more cumbersome than light armor but less effective than most medium armors.

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The Coat of Many Sides (5th Edition) : DnDHomebrew

The item is made for Fifth Edition. Coat of Many Sides Requires Attunement. A worn down patchy coat with many rips, tears, and holes that have been patched over with pieces of different cloth, fabric, and leather. There are a great many pockets inside the coat. While the coat is in your possession, you can speak the command word (turn) and turn ...

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dnd 5e - Can my players coat a +1 Plate Armor with ...

Adamantine Armor is "Uncommon". +1 Armor is "Rare". +2 Armor is "Very Rare". +3 Armor is "Legendary". If we believe these values, then adding adamantine to armor is not even as good as a +1. (But you should still consider the new +1 adamantine plate armor to be a "very rare" item.) There are some interesting questions here about how the process ...

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