Assassin's Chain (3.5e Equipment)
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|Aura:||Strong; (DC 12) Conjuration|
|Activation:||None (See text)|
The darkly enameled chains of this chain shirt are quiet as they move, not even a single clink arising as they rustle.
This +2 Mithral Chain Shirt has an no armor check penalty or arcane spell failure chance, besides providing a +2 on hide and move silently checks. Additionally, an assassin wearing this armor adds +1 to the the DC of their death attack.
- Prereqs: Craft Magic Arms and Armor, invisibility, silence
- Cost to Create: 9,500 gp, 760 XP, 10 Days
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