Enchanted Traveler's Fort (5e Equipment)

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Cost: 3000
Weight: 4000 lbs


Hit Points: 600 AC: 30 Resistances: All damage types(By taking off damage resistances, the price can be lowered by 100 per resistance taken off)


The Traveler's Fort is a 30 foot cube, with a ladder leading up to a second and third floor, both of which are 20 foot cubes. It also has a ladder on the third floor that leads to the roof. The roof has a wall big enough to offer 3/4 cover to most creatures, and is small enough for most creatures to shoot a ranged weapon or spell over. The third floor of the Traveler's Fort has every artisan's tool built into it, along with navigator's tools, a forgery kit, an herbalism kit and a poisoner's kit. The second floor has beds and a storage area. The first floor of the Traveler's Fort has stations that generate 1d4 + 2 5e SRD:Healer's Kit every dawn. (capacity can be increased at a cost{25GP per extra d4})


The Traveler's Fort can be turned into a stationary fort temporarily. This increases it's AC to 50 and increases it's Hit Points to 1500, but reduces it's movement speed to 0. It can be reverted back to it's original form at any time, stopping these changes.
Speed: 70 Feet

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