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#13706289 Mar 23, 2018 at 11:49 AM · Edited over 1 year ago
The Steel Thane
71 Posts
Item Type: Standard Trait, Shield, 1 handed; Barrow-able and Acquirable

Event Gainted/Creator: Crafting Event (3/22/2018) / Fürgas Steelgrasp

Total AP: 2

Effects of AP: +2 Critical Defense

Bonus Effect: (Shield Wall) Allies standing behind the wielder of this shield on a successful defensive roll are also safe from harm. Allied shield users nearby also gain this effect.

Description: "A shield made of enchanted thorium and linden from Loch Modan. All braced with hardened basilisk hide. This shield is not only very strong but is much more flexible than most shields wielded by humans; to better absorb and displace damage rather than splitting. This is thanks to the softer linden wood used instead of harder oak or pine like what most tend to make use of. However, it is still quite heavy.

It's not for most anybody to carry; more fit for Dwarven Kin than Human, Gnome or Elf. Despite the trade-off of weight, this shield is not only fire resistant but provides incredible defense. Able to ward off attacks from much larger enemies, if the wielder is strong enough."


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  • Materials: Enchanted Thorium, Hardened Basilisk Hide, Dun Morogh Deer Leather, Loch Modan Linden
  • Weight: 41 Lbs / 18.5973 Kg
"Cry, 'Havoc', and let slip the dogs of war!" ~William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
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#13706469 Mar 23, 2018 at 03:35 PM · Edited over 1 year ago
Steelwarden
294 Posts
EDITED TO FIT TEMPLATE, you are welcome Furgas, but please list what effects the shield has with 2 AP, AS WELL as if it can be borrowed or acquired!
"The answers are here. I can feel it." - Brann Bronzebeard

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#13706877 Mar 23, 2018 at 11:26 PM
The Steel Thane
71 Posts
Done. ^^
"Cry, 'Havoc', and let slip the dogs of war!" ~William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
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