Armor and Shields
Dwarven Heavy Plate: is similar to regular Dwarven Plate, except that it has been reinforced (in vulnerable areas) with an additional thin layer of steal ring. It is so heavy that the land speed of its bearer is hampered by an additional 5 feet per round.
Dwarven Plate: is among the sturdiest coats of non-enhanced armor to be found in all of Eriond. The Dwarven technique for strengthening their steal involves a process of lamination in which several sheets of overlapping metal are layered and then forged together
Dwarven Ring: is a larger, thicker variation of chainmail that includes a thin layer of plate to cover the bust of the bearer.
Elven Leaf Weave: is, as the name suggests, a coat of arms woven out of leaves that have been treated through a special alchemical process. A variety of leaves may be used in this process allowing for a wide array of possible shapes and colors for the armor. Leaf woven armor grants its bearer a +5 circumstance bonus to hide checks made while in wooded areas. The wood elves never divulge the secrets of their armor-weaving techniques to outsiders, nor do they ever sell or barter their coats of arms.
Elven Laurel: is similar to Elven leaf weave, but is composed of the thicker and more fibrous leaves of the Laural trees that grow in the Tindor Forest. The Tindoran Laurel leaves are naturally a vibrant shade of forest green, but turn a dark green-black hue once treated. Laurel Leaf armor grants its bearer a +5 circumstance bonus to hide checks made while in wooded or shaded areas. As with the Leaf Weave, Laurel leaf may only be given, never sold.
Fur Cloak: is a form of armor that doubles as a heavy garb to provide protection from the cold (it provides a +5 circumstance bonus on fortitude saving throws against exposure to cold weather. A Fur Cloak may be worn over a coat of armor. When worn in conjunction with other armor, the AC bonuses of both suits stack, however the maximum dexterity bonus of other armor is reduced by 1 as a consequence of the cumbersomeness of the Cloak (the AC bonus of the Cloak does not stack with any armor that does not have an AC bonus of at least +1).
Ivory: is a form of lesser quality armor that is composed of the tusk, bone and skin of the great mastodons that roam the wastes of the north. The armor is composed of two layers, the first of which being the leather of the animal, and the second being strips of overlapping bone or tusk plates. Ivory armor, like other mammoth armor, is crafted and used by the mastodon riders that dwell the Thengloran Wastes. However some coasts of this armor have been acquired by northern traders and as such have filtered into the lands of Mierodran.
Mammoth Hide: is a form of lesser quality armor crafted from multiple layers of stretched mammoth skin and covered with an outer layer of mammoth fur. Mammoth Hide grants its bearer a +5 circumstance bonus on fortitude saving throws against exposure to cold weather. A Fur Cloak may be used in conjunction with Hide, in which case both the AC, and the bonus against cold weather stack. Hide is crafted by the mastodon riders, but is easily acquired through purchase or trade.
Mammoth Leather: is a form of lesser quality armor that is, not surprisingly, crafted from the skin of a mammoth. Like other mammoth armors, this Leather is shaped by the mammoth riders of the wastes, and is among the most common and easily accessible forms of armor within Mierodran.
Etobran Dart Catcher: This wooden +1 Buckler looks somewhat like two teardrops inversely conjoined. The buckler is painted green and has artistic intaglios carved into it that have been filled with silver. It also has a round centerpiece of silver. The shield also has the ability to attract arrows to itself (+1 against all ranged weapons within a 15ft by 15ft radius).
Elven Moon Blossom: A spring green +2 Leaf Weave that has a living moon blossom vine growing within that adheres to the skin of its wearer. The moon blossom offers extraordinary restorative powers: +2 to constitution and fast healing of 2/round.
Elven Shadow Leaf: A jet black+2 Laurel Leaf Weave that blurs the wearer whenever he tries to hide granting him an additional +5 competence bonus to hide checks. Also, the bearer of the armor doubles the concealment bonus granted from shaded areas. In addition, this armor makes little sound, and dampens sounds around it, granting the wearer a +5 competence bonus to move silently checks.
Hallowed Ivory: This is an ornate coat of average quality Ivory armor crafted by the Mammoth riders. It is traditionally reserved for the tribal chieftains, and will not be sold or bartered to outsiders—though on rare occasions it could be given away as a gift.
Herzeglob Scout Skin: This is a masterwork quality coat of studded leather fashioned by the goblins. Dark steel spikes are inlaid into hardened batwing armor which protects the shoulders and torso of its wearer, while softer batwing leather protects other areas of the body.
Herzeglob War Plate: This spiny looking+1 Breastplate (with armor spikes) has been Inlaid with a dark glyph of invulnerability granting the armor and its bearer damage reduction of 5/—.
Igladonian Phalanx: This is a Dwarven masterwork tower shield composed of Sidoren Ash wood overlaid with drethidium. The Shield manages to be both incredibly hard, thanks to the drethidium, yet of little more weight than an average tower shield, due to the Sidoren Ash.
Igladonian Plate: This Dwarven Masterwork Dwarven plate seeks to take advantage of both the strength of drethidium and the light and dexterous qualities of luminied. Plates of drethidium cover vulnerable areas of the body, while luminied covers other portions of the body in other to offset the weight of the harder metal.
Igladonian War Plate: This Dwarven masterwork Dwarven heavy plate is made almost entirely of Drethidium, granting it phenomenal strength, and lending its bearer superior strength at the cost of maneuverability.
Shield of Atoier: This +2 Heavy Wood shield is made of Sidoren Ash and overlaid in the center with gold and green steel. Artistic intaglios have been carved into the Ash, which is then inlaid with either gold or green steel.