Hoods/Hats

Description:

Rogue Cowls
This dark brown cowl is meant to be worn on the head and over the shoulders as a broad hood. It was crafted by the gnomish thief and illusionist Brein Chestnut. Brein used the cowl on his own adventures for several years before his childhood sweetheart convinced him to settle down. He gave the cowl to his nephew, Chirchet, who in turn sold the items for a large stretch of farmland.
Stats- This +2 AC gives an extra +7 to Sneak, Blindness and Color Spray 1/day

Thieves Hood
There is no honor among thieves. Perhaps that is why the Thieves Hood has been imbued with magical properties to protect the wearer from their own ilk
Stats- immunity to backstab and poison, can cast true sight 3/day

Rogue Hood
Bards and rogues alike are known to reminisce on ‘the glory days’ and the stories of an ancient guild so magnificent it outfitted even its lowliest members with the most incredibly wonderus wares. Though there is little contained in historical documents to verify such a golden age, the occasional discovery of one of these Thieves’ Hoods is enough to keep the tales in circulation.
Stats- This hood gives immunity to Knockdown and Poison, gives a +2 to Open Lock and Search, +1 bonus to Concentration.

Cowl of Warding
This headpiece of fine black cloth covers the wearer’s face completely. The wearer of the cowl is protected by a mind blank spell and acts as if wearing a ring of freedom of movement. Originally designed by clerics of Mask, more recently these cowls have been commissioned from Amnish spellcasters by the local Shadow Thieves.
Stats- Freedom, Mindblank constant

Cyclocone
Properly a hat, not a helm, the Cyclocone is a wizardly item of impressive power. The wizard Bemban of Immersea was known to be quite fond of these pointed hates both for their apperance and their power. Many wizards sought their own Cyclocones, but their distincitive appearance soon became the butt of many jokes among adventurers. Bemban grew senile in his later years, and left most of his fortune to private mages in the hopes that they would continue to make his favorite magical hat.
Stats- +1 to AC, Wearer can cast Whirlwind

Cowl of Warding
This headpiece of fine black cloth covers the wearer’s face completely. The wearer of the cowl is protected by a mind blank spell and acts as if wearing a ring of freedom of movement. Originally designed by clerics of Mask, more recently these cowls have been commissioned from Amnish spellcasters by the local Shadow Thieves.
Stats- Immunity to Mind Affecting spells, grants constant effect: Freedom

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Hoods/Hats

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