White Lion’s Plate (Relic)

Slot armor; CL 15th Weight 50 lbs.; Aura strong enchantment


This full plate armor is plated in platinum with a slight wave pattern, the armor’s surface bears a resemblance to white fur. The armor’s visor is fashioned to look like a male lion’s maned head, and it is hinged so it can be either worn up or pulled down to protect the face.


White Lion’s Plate is +3 rallying full plate armor.

Once every 10 minutes, the armor’s wearer can slam the helm’s visor shut as a standard action, exposing the lion’s head design. When he does, he can attempt to demoralize all enemies within 30 feet, and he gains a competence bonus on his Intimidate check equal to the armor’s enhancement bonus to AC. Once per day, instead of attempting to demoralize enemies, he can take this action to afflict all creatures within 30 feet with fear (DC = 20 + 1 per additional triumph attained).


First Triumph: White Lion’s Plate is +4 rallying full plate. A creature demoralized by the armor’s ability is frightened for the first round of the effect’s duration and is then shaken as normal for the rest of the duration (if any). Three times per day, the wearer of the armor can touch an adjacent ally as a standard action to affect that ally with either break enchantment or greater heroism. This ability can’t be used more than once every 10 minutes.

Second Triumph: White Lion’s Plate is +5 rallying full plate. When the wearer uses the armor’s ability to demoralize enemies, he gains a morale bonus on attack rolls and damage rolls equal to the number of creatures that were demoralized. He also gains damage reduction of the same amount, which can’t be overcome. These effects last for 1 round, but if the wearer successfully hits a foe suffering from a fear effect, the duration is extended by 1 round.

Section 15: Copyright Notice

Pathfinder Adventure Path #128: Songbird, Scion, Saboteur © 2018, Paizo Inc.; Authors: Crystal Frasier and Richard Pett, with Tim Akers, Logan Bonner, Brian Duckwitz, Amanda Hamon Kunz, Troy Lavallee, Patchen Mortimer, and Linda Zayas-Palmer.

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