This is a “Troll Belt”. It is made from the intestines of a troll. In my description, I said that it appears that they are still wet and slimy. (I knew the player receiving it and knew he would love that. Feel free to give the description your own touch.)
If you have read my post on the Troll Gloves, you will already know a bit about Sigrin. I am not going to repeat it all here, but I will say he is a halfling Mage of great creativity and ambition. This is another item he created while completing the quest to clear the troll caves. Again the party was resting from battle. Sigrin had been standing a bit too close when a death blow was landed on a troll. Annalisa had swiped her sword across the trolls belly, spilling it’s guts and, unfortunately for Sigrin, flinging a bit of them in his direction. As he began to remove a particularly long piece of intestine from his shoulder, inspiration struck. He already knew magic could be used to aquire some of the troll abilities for himself, but worried that whatever he made for himself would be stolen. (Sigrin was not the most trusting sort.) “But,” he thought, “Who would steal anything as disgusting as this?” Grinning, he set to work enchanting the item, pouring his magical energy in to it. (Even more then he did for the gloves. This was for HIM, after all.)
When I created them for my player, he was still at a rather low level, so the properties are not that great. But this can easily be altered to suit someone of a higher level.
Ability Bonus: +2 to constitution (Adds a small amount of health to the wearer, but only when they are actually worn.)
Regeneration: 1 hit point per round (The wearer will regain a small amount of life each turn)
Penalty: -1 to Charisma (The wearer will lose a small amount of charm, and may not be as likeable.)
It can easily be altered in many ways. It can add armor class, or even strength. The only important thing, I think, is to keep at least one point of regeneration and the charisma Penalty. Those properties are what make them Trollish.
If you like this, check out my “Troll Gloves” for monks.