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Looking for this armor my character has crafted with before... 
24th-Apr-2006 12:49 pm
There is a type of armor that cuts the amount of time (not the gp cost, just the time factor) to enchant it by half - so if you are crafting 20,000 gp market value worth of enchantments on the armor, it takes 10 days instead of 20. I could have sworn it was spider silk armor, but I'm not sure anymore after scouring through all my books last night. I know it's light armor. I know I've read about this before, but I can't find the book. Does this ring a bell to anyone? What book is this [silk?] armor in? Thanks ahead of time for any input! If you have the page numbers, that would be awesome, but to know what book I need to go through would be fine. I spent forever looking through Forgotten Realms: Underdark last night.
24th-Apr-2006 07:55 pm (UTC)
It sounds like something from Arms and Equipment, but I can't be certain.
24th-Apr-2006 07:57 pm (UTC)
I looked through there too for about ten minutes last night, but I might have missed it. Will check again. >.
24th-Apr-2006 08:23 pm (UTC)
i know in the eberron books there is a fiet that lets you cut the time down but i think its strictly an artificer fiet,i havent seen any specific armor that does that tho
25th-Apr-2006 01:19 am (UTC)
24th-Apr-2006 11:28 pm (UTC)
A gnome-only PrC in Complete Adventurer reduces all crafting times by half. Don't think that's entirely what you were looking for.
24th-Apr-2006 11:49 pm (UTC)
It's from a Dragon Magazine article, as far as I know. One about drow.
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