Spidersilk Cloth Armor (4e Equipment)
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Spidersilk Cloth Armor
|Check||Speed||Price (gp)||Weight||Properties||Base Type|
|Spidersilk Cloth Armor (Light)||+0||—||—||10||4 lb.||Durable 2||Cloth|
Spidersilk armor is woven from the finest strands of monstrous spider silk. Due to the difficulties in extracting and processing substantial amounts of spider silk, it takes dozens of people working over several years to create the cloth required for one piece of armor.
Spidersilk gives added protection by absorbing some of the force from attacks. The first time you take damage during an encounter, reduce that damage by 2. The armor then loses this property until you repair it during a short rest or extended rest. Enchanted spidersilk provides greater damage absorption when it is enchanted. Add the enchantment bonus of the armor to the durability rating.
- Armor Training Feat
Special training is required to use and repair spidersilk armor. The feat presented below allow you to use this item without restriction.
Magic armor adds an enhancement bonus to AC. Magic appears at higher levels and grants higher armor bonuses than its mundane counterpart. Magic armor always has an enhancement bonus, and the price of the armor material is incorporated into the overall cost of the magic armor.
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Armor Training Feats
Armor Proficiency: Spidersilk Cloth Armor
Prequisite: Proficiency with cloth armor
Benefit: You gain proficiency with spidersilk cloth armor.