Stone Lamellar Armor (4e Equipment)
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|Stone Lamellar ()||+7||-2||-1||45||45 lb.||Stone, Primitive||Scale|
Stone lamellar armor is constructed from rectangular stone plates laced together with bronze wire. It is similar to, but heavier than, scale armor and constructed by cultures who do not have access to iron.
Stone Lamellar is considered to be light armor for the purpose of attacks that target the wearer.
When an critical hit is scored against your AC while you are wearing this armor, you can either accept the result or make the attacker reroll the attack. If you force a reroll, you must accept the new result and after the attack your armor breaks. Broken armor provides only half its normal AC bonus (rounded down) and looses its enhancement, properties and powers. It can be repaired during an extended rest. [[category:]]
Magic Stone Lamellar
|Burial armor of Emperor Qin (Chinauniquetour)|
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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