special_materials

  • Feldren’s Weave
    Despite their appearance, dragons aren’t lizards. Male dragons, in particular, are endowed with a magnificent mane. Kel Feldren discovered that dragon hair, harvested from this mane, retained many of the properties of the dragons themselves, and may be woven into a silk-like cloth. Feldren’s Weave, as it is called, is fireproof, and resistant to tearing, and is also quite warm. It does not, however, do a very good job protecting the individual wearing the cloth from the heat of fire. This, in addition to the relative difficulty in obtaining it, has made it a rare material, used mostly in specialty applications.
    immune to fire damage, resistant to energy damage
  • Dragon Hide
    Dragon hide is a tough leather, and like the dragons themselves, is immune to fire. Unlike Feldren’s Weave, however, dragon hide does a reasonable job insulating against heat. It make serviceable armor, and is often used by adventurous sorts to gains its protections.
    immune to fire damage, resistant to energy damage
    grats wearer fire resist 20 and energy resist 10 (stacks with fire resist)
  • Skelped Dragon Hide
    Dragon hide is thick, and not suited to all uses. By separating the hide into several sheets, it may be made thinner and more pliable, as well as provide a little more of this rare material. Skelped dragon hide is used by the rich to hold pots and other hot objects, as clothing and sometimes to insulate rooms.
    immune to fire damage, resistant to energy damage
    grants wearer fire resist 5
  • Truesilver
    Long ago, the dwarves found a way to refine silver into a very pure form, through a chemical and magical process. This silver is a brilliant white-blue, and glows eerily in moonlight. This refined silver is called truesilver, and otherwise shares the same properties of common silver.
  • Mithril
    It is disputed as to whether or not the dwarves or the elves invented mithril, but both races use it often. Mithril is tempered truesilver. While it otherwise retains the properties of truesilver, mithril is as hard and strong as steel.
    Weighs half as much as steel

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