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caseybcrocker
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Old November 16th, 2018, 02:37 PM
I'm trying to create a +2 Studded Leather armor magic item. It would have the same ability as the Cloak of Elvenkind with the addition of giving the wearer the ability to turn invisible (per the spell) 1/short rest.

I've got the +2 bonus and the invisibility part figured out, but I cannot figure out how to give the armor the advantage to hide checks like the Clock of Elvenkind does.

Please help!
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Old November 17th, 2018, 05:37 PM
The eval script on the cloak runs at pre-levels/10000 and only has the following:

Code:
      doneif (field[gIsEquip].value = 0)
      doneif (field[gIsAttuned].value = 0)

      #situational[hero.child[skStealth],"Advantage on checks to hide",field[thingname].text]
This is always on while the item is equipped and attuned, if you need to make it only when activated or something, I think we can find some code examples to help out.

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