Talk:Scaplers Cloak (3.5e Equipment)

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Ok, I'm lost as to the 'Back to' thing, if some-1 would get it to where it will pop up under outfits (I know there isn't a magic outfits page, and I can't get it to pop up on the mundane, and I don't know how to add magical --Ryan B. 17:13, 30 March 2008 (MDT)

Done. --Green Dragon 17:56, 30 March 2008 (MDT)
Thanks! --Ryan B. 17:58, 30 March 2008 (MDT)
No problem. As a side comment please sign your posts with --~~~~ so that a link to your user page shows up. --Green Dragon 18:02, 30 March 2008 (MDT)
LOL, yea sorry bout that.... --Ryan B. 18:04, 30 March 2008 (MDT)
If you are already doing that you have a preference selected you may not want, or you entered a "real name" in the "my preferences" area. If you entered a real name replace it with [[User:Kisame93|Ryan B.]]. Thanks. --Green Dragon 18:06, 30 March 2008 (MDT)

Ideas.... Anyone??[edit]

Hey, if you got ideas or Edits that dont envolve Grammar or Spelling, add them under this heading. Thanks, --User:Kisame93 | Ryan B. 19:21, 3 April 2008 (MDT)

First of all, I'd specify exactly how much pockets/strips there are, or what the maximum size for each object is, or at least a maximum weight for each pocket or strip. Otherwise its a cloak with 'tons' of (small) bags of holding.
As for a price; the item kind of resembles a bag of holding, but it's a downgraded version of it (less capacity and no opening portals to the astral plane). I'd set the price at 1000 gp (slightly less than half the bag of holding type I), which puts it at the same cost as a cloak of resistance +1.
As for creation; shrink item comes to mind. This would set the CL at 5, making it a faint transmutation item, costing 500 gold and 40 XP.
So,to summarize; Faint transmutation, CL 5, Craft Wondrous Item, shrink item; Price 1000 gp. --DemonSlayer 13:29, 15 April 2008
Well your right about size and limits on pockets and such, what do you think about 5 straps and 10 pockets? too much or too little? and pockets hold say...oh...5 lbs or less, and straps hold items no larger than a shield, and no more than 20 lbs? also too much or should these hold more?
I dont think shrink item would work, because then they could carry thing like armor inside the cloak, or carry a small fire made into a fabric like material, otherwise that would be great... are there any other wizzy/sorc. spells that would shrink an item, but would work better, i have no ideas, because I play a Druid. --User:Kisame93 | Ryan B. 15:58, 15 April 2008 (MDT)
You're right; this item shouldn't do something silly like turning stuff into a sheet, but compare it with the Glove of Storing. That item also requires shrink item in the manufacturing process, and does pretty much the same as your item... Except of course that the glove has so many more possibilities, since the item held pretty much dissapears altogether. But hey, that's why the cloak costs only a tenth of the glove. Back on topic; the magic item doesn't gain all the powers of the spell, it's just a similar effect.
If you still want a different spell, then perhaps if you twist the spell description a bit you could use secret chest. The bag of holding and handy haversack use that spell, and the portable hole uses plane shift. All three items place the object in something of a demiplane- so if that's what you want, go for it. Keep in mind that those spells would set the cloak at CL 10, medium conjuration and CL 14, strong conjuration respectively.
The pockets and strips thing seems good to me. Be sure to specify the type of the shield, though! I'd say either the size of a Medium buckler or light shield (a heavy shield is stretching it, a tower shield is ridiculous). --DemonSlayer12:07, 16 April 2008 (MDT)

Not Mundane[edit]

It's not mundane if you need a caster level to create it. 18:32, 27 November 2008 (MST)

I'm not sure who put the mundane part there, some other people have been editing this page, as i haven't been on lately. --User:Kisame93 | Ryan B. 18:00, 29 November 2008 (MDT)
I added it there because their is no magical outfits area. I can add it if we need, or is their a magical area which already exists which this would fit into? --Green Dragon 04:25, 1 December 2008 (MST)
It could go into the wondrous items section... --Sabre070 04:52, 1 December 2008 (MST)
Changed it to be in the magical wondrous items section. --Green Dragon 08:34, 1 December 2008 (MST)
Thanks! --Kisame93 | Ryan B. (talk to me) 18:24, 9 December 2008 (MST)
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