pretty good. I would have liked to find out what happened to Lord Ster. Also, if the shroud wearer does not need food or water, why do they still suffer the effects of starvation and dehydration?
I understand that Lord Ster donned the shroud out of fear of ending up like his wife, but that still does not explain why anyone else would want to. Another thing; if the shroud wearer can pass through metal and wood, how could they suffer any wound at all?
Good idea, needs more in depth explanation.
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Yes, there should be a way to activate its power, to not hinder ordinary walking or running, as Obsidian Shadow noted. Maybe the usual command word, brief concentration, the "swimming motions", whatever you prefer.
Still an interesting item, and weird in a way magical items should be. Any second wizard can think of a Cloak of Feather Fall (or Flying for that matter), this item is likely to stay unique. And I like this kind of uniqueness.
Question: Does the wearer actually have to make the motions one makes while swimming or does the cloak do that on it's own? If the former, you would have to have extraordinary stamina and edurance to get anywhere. It's like going to to the store that's 4 miles away; would you rather swim or walk?
Good idea, needs work. Go to Comment
Oh man, I'd completely forgotten about your translator manfred! And the two are so very alike. LOL! My apologies.
It is interesting how the Translator of Political Corectness gets the PCs in bad situations by making bad comunication good, and the Potion of Mis Understanding Languages does that by making good comunication bad.
Now if I can just figure out a way to get the translator to drink the potion... Go to Comment
Yes. This is just that kind of an item, which you can give to your players and laugh when they get themselves into trouble. and who said that being a DM isn't fun, with or without butter?
Seriously then, I don't see anything wrong with this item. It is not powerful and not that kind of an item which would destroy everything immediately. Of course it can get you into trouble, but nothing too overpowerin, I would imagine. I like this item. Go to Comment