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Planeshifter Outfit

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This clothing designed to protect the wearer from changing planertemperatures. It consists of heavy pants, a light coat, a speciallytreated leather apron, thick gloves, a hood, and goggles.
Special Properties: The planeshifter outfit gives the wearer a +2 bonus on Fortitude savesfrom sudden changes in the climate while traveling from plane to planeas well as sudden changes of climate within the plane.
Cost: 40 gp.
Weight: 16 lb.
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Joined: 2004-06-16
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It is the standard price for this type of clothing. Even in planscape 40 gp is alot for your common guy on the street.

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Joined: 2004-06-29
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Even if the pricing is standard for clothing, we're talking about a benefit to saves that applies to weather spells as well, since they do create sudden changes in the climate.

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By Emperor Xan: "Even if the pricing is standard for clothing, we're talking about a benefit to saves"

The cold weather outfit from PHB gives a Fort save bonus.

The price is fine IMO, but the concept isn't. How do you make a mundane item that protects you from different climate changes? Not even a low-level spell can protect you from both heat and cold at the same time... so how do you do it with an apron & goggles? What's it treated with?

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Seems to be underpriced to me.

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