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Author Topic: Representing partial armour in Lion & Dragon  (Read 646 times)


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Representing partial armour in Lion & Dragon
« on: August 06, 2021, 01:37:19 PM »
For the most part, I like the armour types in Lion & Dragon; they match up better with history than the usual mish-mash one usually sees in D&D. 

I'd really only change one thing...

Suppose I want to represent a character wearing only a steel plate cuirass, or a cuirass with armharness and sallet--what AC should this grant?

I seek an official ruling from the Pundit.