Return of the Tyrant
Robe of the Archmagi
a black robe that does cool stuff
This normal-appearing garment can be white (45%—good alignment), gray (30%—neutral, but neither good nor evil, alignment), or black (25%—evil alignment). Its wearer gains the following powers:
1. It serves as armor equal to AC 5.
2. The robe confers a 5% magic resistance.
3. It adds a +1 bonus to saving throw scores.
4. The robe reduces the victim’s magic resistance and saving throws by 20%/-4 when the wearer casts any of the following spells: charm monster, charm person, friends, hold monster, hold person, polymorph other, suggestion.
The color of a robe of the archmagi is not determined until it is donned by a wizard. If a white robe is donned by an evil wizard, he suffers 11d4+7 points of damage and loses 18,000-51,000 experience points at the DM’s discretion. The reverse is true with respect to a black robe donned by a good aligned wizard. An evil or good wizard putting on a gray robe, or a neutral wizard donning either a white or black robe, incurs 6d4 points damage, 6,000-24,000 experience points loss, and the wearer will be moved toward the alignment of the robe by its enchantments (i.e., he will feel himself urged to change alignment to that of the robe, and he will have to make an effort to maintain his old alignment).
The party confiscated this robe off Baron Castillo during the fight for Salamanca’s treasure. The robe is black in color. Eeeevil.