Xanathar's Guide to Cleavin' a Goblin Clean in Twain (feat. D&D)


#242

Size: 6 ft Wholesale


#243

Come on down to Crazy Grimgar’s Big & Tall Armor Showroom


#244

Oh! No, purchase price stays the same. The whole point is that there’s no such thing as “off the rack” armor (at least not armor that involves a lot of steel), so the fitting cost is included in the PHB listed price. I didn’t realize one could interpret the written rule that way! This is why I posted it though, for playtesting/editing.

If someone wants to actually try playing with these rules… you know… that would be cool… …


#245

nine million ogres in the world and I had to kill one with feet smaller than my sister


#246

There’s no such thing as Ready to Wear in a medieval fantasy world. Any time you buy armor or clothing in D&D, your armourer is adjusting it to fit your body and thats just baked into the price. The use case here is 100% for situations where the armor you already have isn’t available for some reason.


#247

large adult chainmail


#248

Banned from thread for saying “chainmail”


#249

large adult pedantry


#250

My coworker the other day accused me of being a “peedant” and I said “it’s pronounced ‘pehdant’” and I saw my life flash before my eyes


#251

I got u babe


#252

maille

maille

maille


#253

maille


#254

Byrnie or hauberk


#255

why are we making toast all of a sudden


#256

Mail is acceptable also. Maille is just the french word. Might as well insist on meiru


#257

When you use “maille” while otherwise writing English you signal that you’re defintely not talking about a letter you recieved via post.

Maille.


#258

give them a magic tunic to wear but tell them the only downside is it fits like you owned it in highschool


#259

Where are all the magic turtlenecks


#260

+1 cravat


#261

What is the best wizard school. It looks like Abjuration but is it Abjuration?