Playing a high Int character and not able to lug around as much magical armour and equipment as everyone? What if there was a lightweight alternative article of clothing that offered up a tactically useful place to have some magic?
Star Shine’s DMs Guild supplement Murmermel’s Guide to Masks offers up 37 enchanted masks for 5th edition.
These accessories are all listed as family-friendly and appropriate for games that involve children or young people. They’re not those sort of masks.
- Mask Of The Leporidae – Jump like a rabbit!
- Trapeze Troupe’s Textile – Improve your acrobatics!
- Jostica’s Jestering Joke Jacket – Subject your foes to hideous laughter!
- Field Medic Mask – Heal everyone around you!
Designer Star Shine as another reason for publishing a $4.99 supplement on enchanted masks, and that is they are becoming part of our regular non-TTRPG lives.
Surely, there’s no harm done if as an entirely optional D&D item they exist? It’s a way to start normalising masks, and that’s why Murmermel’s Guide family-friendliness is important. If your youngsters are a bit cautious about wearing their masks, then having their D&D characters wear them first and benefit from the mask’s magical properties may help put them at ease.
Sound logical and wise? You can pop over to the DMs Guild and check out this optional guide at your leisure.
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