Pathfinder 1e: Wrappings, a Monk Magic Item
Let’s face it, monks get the shaft when it comes to magic items built for them. So today I am going to start breaking that by posting magic items designed with them. This one by itself isn’t a magic item, but it can be one. Check it out and see what i mean.
Aura no aura (nonmagical); CL —
Slot feet, head, or wrists; Price 300 gp; Weight —
These nonmagical wrappings are expertly made. When wrapped around one of the slots designated for this item and enhanced with a magical bonus, such as on the Weapons table or the Melee Weapon Special Abilities table in the Magic Items section in the Pathfinder Core Rulebook, it conveys that bonus to unarmed strikes. A creature can have multiple wrappings, each with a different combination of special abilities as long as each different wrappings uses a different body slot. The wearer can choose which wrappings to enhance their attacks as long as all attacks in a single round use the bonuses and abilities grants from only one wrappings. The wearer can choose to enhance their attacks with different wrappings the following round.
This item without any enhancements or special abilities does not convey any bonus to the wearer. Any bonuses or enhancements on these wrappings do not enhance natural attacks nor attacks made with manufactured weapons.
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