Ring of Bending Over (5e Equipment)

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Ring, Very rare (Requires attunement)

While not attuned to this ring, it provides only a +2 bonus to Strength checks made to restrict a creature's movements (Such as the Grapple action). While attuned, this ring provides the "Bend Over" ability.

Bend Over. As a bonus action, you can touch another creature and force it to make a DC 20 Strength saving throw. On a success, nothing happens and the creature is immune to Bend Over for 24 hours. On a failure, the creature's body is forced to bend over, effectively making them prone. This effect lasts until the end of their next turn.

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