Ichcahuīpīlli (Aztec Armor) (3.5e Equipment)
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Ichcahuīpīlli is multiple layers quilted cotton which is soaked in salt water and then hung to dry so that the salt would crystallize inside of it. One-3 centimeters thick, this material was resistant to obsidian swords and arrows. This armor is relatively easy to make, except that it takes time. These stats you see below is for a medium sized creature. The weight and price change accordingly.
Special: This armor provides the wearer bonus defense against piercing weapons as long as it is worn. The armor grants the wearer a DR 5/Slashing & Bludgeoning.
|Armor Type||Cost||Armor Bonus||Maximum
|Speed (30 ft.)||Weight|
|Light||25 gp||+2||+6||−1||10%||30 ft.||10 lbs.|