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|Fine||15 gp||+4||4-1/2 lb.||1|
|Diminutive||15 gp||+4||4-1/2 lb.||2|
|Tiny||15 gp||+4||4-1/2 lb.||5|
|Small||30 gp||+4||22-1/2 lb.||10|
|Medium||30 gp||+4||45 lb.||20|
|Large||60 gp||+4||90 lb.||40|
|Huge||120 gp||+4||225 lb.||80|
|Gargantuan||240 gp||+4||360 lb.||160|
|Colossal||480 gp||+4||540 lb.||320|
This massive wooden shield is nearly as tall as you are. In most situations, it provides the indicated shield bonus to your AC. However, you can instead use it as total cover, though you must give up your attacks to do so. The shield does not, however, provide cover against targeted spells; a spellcaster can cast a spell on you by targeting the shield you are holding. You cannot bash with a tower shield, nor can you use your shield hand for anything else.
When employing a tower shield in combat, you take a –2 penalty on attack rolls because of the shield’s encumbrance.
These are the prices for this item when made with specific materials or enhancements.
|Crystal, Deep||1,030 gp||10||60||No rusting|
|Crystal, Mundane||180 gp||8||50||No rusting|
|Darkwood||630 gp||5||20|| Half weight,|
reduced armor check penalty (2; min 0)
|Bonus Value||Additional Cost||Hardness Increase1||Additional hp1|
|+11 or more|| + bonus squared
× 10,000 gp
|+ enhancement bonus × 2||+ enhancement bonus × 10|