Armor of the Feathered Wing (5e Equipment)
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Armor (magnificent half-plate), legendary (requires attunement by a creature with a flying speed)
Considered a divine treasure to many, the Armor of the Feathered Wing is a set of armor forged directly in the Elemental Plane of Air, not only giving its wearer protection from incoming attacks but a burst of speed and stronger control while flying as well. Stories even tell of the armor being forged by the aarakocra goddess Syranita herself, giving it an other-worldly presence when worn. The flexible, metal-like material that the armor is made out of is unknown and has yet to be identified.
This armor was designed for use by inhabitants of the Elemental Plane of Air. As such, this set of armor was designed to be worn by humanoid bird-like races such as the aarakocra. The set of armor does not include footwear, does not need to be altered to fly in, and has been forged to accommodate wings, tail feathers, or other appendages that assist in flight. While you wear this armor, you have a +2 bonus to your AC.
Wings of Steel. Wearing the armor grants you an additional 10 feet of flying speed and a +3 bonus to Dexterity (Acrobatics) checks. Additionally, while worn, you are immune to being grappled and restrained and gain advantage on all Dexterity saving throws while flying or hovering in the air.
Flyby. You don't provoke opportunity attacks from other creatures when you leave their range while you are flying.