Ring of Deception (3.5e Equipment)

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Ring of Deception: To whom ever wears the Ring of Deception is to be treated as the opposite Alignment. If he is evil he would be considerd good. If he is good he would be considerd evil.

Example: If the person is evil and puts the ring on he would be considerd good. Therefor can not be affect by spells and abilities such as Detect evil or smite evil.

Note: The wear must still act his orginal Alignment

CL {{{cl}}}; {{{prerequisites}}}

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