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Shelter Shingle
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manfred's comment on 2002-12-19 06:12 AM
No, may be definitively useful for invading a powerful magic-user's or a dragon's lair. Get in and take care that it will be found. Ever heard of the Trojan Horse? Better have a cover inside, if the 'new owner' takes a peek! Go to Comment
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DaWergyling's comment on 2002-12-14 07:26 PM
This makes me think of two spells in the 3e spell lists: Mordenkainen's Magnificent Mansion and Phase door. Go to Comment
Shelter Shingle
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MoonHunter's comment on 2006-03-21 07:32 PM
I voted this one quite high when I voted on it oh so many years ago.

I had, to be honest, forgotten about it. Had I seen it come up on a random list, I would of HoHed it too. Go to Comment
Shelter Shingle
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Ylorea's comment on 2003-09-25 10:59 AM
I see a thousands and thousands of uses for this teriffic item... ;+)) Go to Comment
Shelter Shingle
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Cheka Man's comment on 2006-03-20 08:13 PM
Make sure if you hide in it that it does not get jammed shut. Go to Comment
Shelter Shingle
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Pariah's comment on 2006-01-11 10:14 PM
Yeah. I can see it being used as a Trojen by some creative players. And it kinda reminds me of the DnD spells too. Go to Comment
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valadaar's comment on 2014-07-04 12:14 PM
Another variant of the Portable Hole, useful and with lots of potential. One day the door could open somewhere else entirely.

"After all, how many vertical surfaces can one find in the forest?"

Plenty, they are called trees :)
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Shelter Shingle
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Ramhir's comment on 2010-09-27 10:02 PM
I liked the door. It made me think. Perhaps one of cloth that had to be unfolded and rubbed against the rock? Or one that folded up several times so as not to be so bulky? How about one that, after you were inside, could be taken off the wall and stood in the corner, making the door outside vanish?

I had one, The Playroom, that was 2 inches tall. When stood on the ground and opened with it's key, it became a children's nursery. Great for adventuring mothers. Go to Comment
Laughter is a Serious Buisiness
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Barbarian Horde's comment on 2005-08-05 05:58 AM
Maybe the good priests have stolen it so that the evil priests can return it and they too may have peace.

Thevail Go to Comment
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Strolen's comment on 2002-12-23 10:51 PM
Just a simple fun adventure and you can be as silly as you want.

Eggs of a Juniper bird that when cracked are the most horrid smelling thing you ever did smell.

Gorgan snails, their slime is some of the most slippery stuff you will ever find.

Wasteview Cricket, when startled it makes a horribly high chirping sound, and they are almost impossible to catch and they just keep chirping and chirping... Go to Comment
Laughter is a Serious Buisiness
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Ria Hawk's comment on 2002-11-05 09:31 PM
I like it! Go to Comment
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Cheka Man's comment on 2004-07-17 08:33 PM
I love this idea.I give it 5/5. Go to Comment
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valadaar's comment on 2011-05-18 07:00 PM


A neat little side quest - good for novice adventurers.


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Laughter is a Serious Buisiness
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Wulfhere's comment on 2011-05-19 12:13 PM


I really like the idea, but the typos and spelling errors are a bit distracting.  Can you give it a once-over to clean them up?  Then I can give it the high score it deserves.


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Marek's Bear Skin
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Strolen's comment on 2002-11-02 10:32 AM
Having the spirit of a bear in a cloak could be very interesting. I am thinking uncontrolled rage of somesort during a fight when the bears power and strength take over somewhat. Wearer gets much more stronger and somehow attains the mass of the bear able to overpower previously very strong opponents. Would be quite a surprise when a modestly built person starts overpowering a huge opponent.

Thinking the spirit of the bear searching for a worthy owner could actively do it in the dream world. Pretty much invading the dreams of those he finds worthy and 'calling' for them in cryptic dream messages. Perhaps it is lost somewhere, or its current owner does not respect it properly. Could be a hook for a nature oriented character and help bring the characters somewhere. Go to Comment
Marek's Bear Skin
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manfred's comment on 2002-12-19 06:11 AM
A dream quest was maybe at the creation of this item. Shamen may know about it, and one not so worthy may seek it. Given this job, you also start having mysterious dreams. When you finally get it, it slowly becomes clear it does not want that new owner. But it rightly belongs to him (may be Mareks heir). After/if it is given he may die a sudden death at the claws of a bear... Go to Comment
Marek's Bear Skin
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Agar's comment on 2004-07-23 03:16 AM
In the spirit of Capt Penguin:

Bumpity-Bump-Bump-Bump! Go to Comment
Marek's Bear Skin
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DaWergyling's comment on 2002-12-19 04:22 PM
hmmm. An item wanting to kill someone..... Interesting Go to Comment
Marek's Bear Skin
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CaptainPenguin's comment on 2004-07-23 03:35 AM
Very interesting.
It isn't just "Summon Bear". It actually summons the bear's spirit, and the cloak comes alive. That is cool.
Thank you for bumping, Ags.

4/5. Go to Comment
Marek's Bear Skin
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Ylorea's comment on 2003-09-01 07:59 AM
The thing I realy like about this item is that it may eventualy "die" and be destroyed.

My personal interpretation would be: piercing damage always deals one point of damage towards the destruction of the cloack.
Slashing damage deals full damage towards destruction and blunt damage deals no damage towards destruction of the cloack.
After all, piercing damage only makes a small hole, whereas a slashing weapon makes a large rip.

What I do not like is that the owner of the cloak will have to bash down the cloak if it did not "die" in battle. I would say the owner will have to prove to be worthy to the cloak and then he/she can command it back to being a cloak. Typical wearers would have to be druid's, Rangers, Barbarians, Shamans and the like, not fighters, roque's, arcane magic users and such. Go to Comment
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