Amulet of Proof Against Location and Detection
Ring of Warmth
2 +3 Daggers
12 +1 Throwing Stars
Whip of Entanglement
Potion of Dragon Sight
Wand of Frost (Charges Remaining: 87)
Oil of Fiery Burning
Scroll of Creation
3 diamonds (1,000 Gold each)
+3 Leather Armor
Lute of Charming
Ring of Wizardry (Doubles all 3rd Level Spells)
Potion Extra-Healing (3 Doses)
Gauntlets of the Bear
Staff of the Woodlands.
Cloak of Protection + 2 (Did not add to character as it’s useless even for saves as Sirene already wears a Ring of Protection +2)
Pearl of Sirines
+3 Scale Mail Armor of Absorption vs. Energy Drain
+3 Small Shield of Throwing
+2 Battle Axe of Demon's Fire
+2 Long Sword
+2 Staff of Battle
Brooch of Shielding
Cloak of Protection +2
Ring of Animal Friendship
Ring of Protection +2 x2
Potion Of Sweat Water
1 Potions of Extra-Healing
3 Potions of Clairaudience
Scroll of Animal Growth
Scroll of 5 Mage Spells: Firewater/ Flaming Sphere / Chain Lightning / Sequester / Volley
Conall’s Holy Symbol
Haila’s Spellbook* (*Who is carrying this?? so I can add to Character sheet) MONEY
Alexandrite (100gp). *1,925 Platinum Pieces
*2,500 Gold Pieces
*2,000 Silver Pieces
*(Added to party funds)
Posted on 2012-04-24 at 06:26:29.
Edited on 2012-04-24 at 06:45:00 by TannTalas
I've always understood the Cloak of Protection to stack with the Ring (and some other stuff).
The description in the DMG does assert: 'This device can be combined with other items or worn with leather armor. It cannot function with any sort of magical armor, normal armor not made of leather, or with a shield of any sort.'
This is one of those differences from 3rd and 3.5, which made this kind of thing more restrictive.
But I don't mind if you want to rule otherwise (DM's prerogative).
And Sirene's carrying Haila's spellbook (I think that's what was agreed at any rate).
Posted on 2012-04-24 at 07:19:05.
Edited on 2012-04-24 at 07:26:36 by Ginafae
That’s all true however in effect the Cloak of Protection is the same as a Ring of Protection and acts as such and if you read the description of the ring you’ll see that multiple rings or items of Protection do not stack but the stronger + Protection item functions.
As for the scrolls along with the other items, I have yet to hear from Brianna on if she wants anything so I'm keeping them in the pot for now.
Potion Of Sweet Water:
This liquid is not actually a potion to be drunk (though it tastes good). Sweet water is added to other liquids in order to change them to pure, drinkable water. It will neutralize poison and ruin magical potions (no saving throw). The contents of a single container will change up to 100,000 cubic feet of polluted, salt, or alkaline water to fresh water. It will turn up to 1,000 cubic feet of acid into pure water. The effects of the potion are permanent, but the liquid may be contaminated after an initial period of 5d4 rounds.
Well the text does specifically say rings, not any magical item of protection.
Posted on 2012-04-24 at 08:59:51.
Eol Fefalas Keeper of the Kazari RDI Staff Karma: 458/28 8308 Posts
My vote doesn't count...
...cuz I'm just a lurker buuuuut, from everything I've read, bonuses from a ring of protection +2 and a cloak of protection +2 would not stack... Now, if there was some even minor difference between the two - a ring of protection +2 and a cloak of protection against evil +4, for example - the "basic" protection bonuses still wouldn't stack but the cloak would provide an extra +2 vs evil beings.
Again, I'm not a rules lawyer and would likely allow the cumulative bonus as part of a "house rule" or something but that's just because I don't particularly care for the "limitations" (why give the item away when it's going to do nothing, right? Bonuses should either stack or, conversely, the enchantments on each should be made to conflict and "cancel each other out" (magic is a quirky thing, after all)... But, like I said, I'm no DM, nor am I a rules lawyer or exceedingly well versed on the workings of magic... Feel free to ignore me.