Tonlet

A tonlet is a skirt of sorts made from chain links. It is often used by foot soldiers for additional protection, and is typically hung over their legs and any other armor they might be wearing, reaching almost to their feet. The primary drawback to wearing the tonlet is that it significantly reduces mobility by adding extra weight as well as by limiting movement.

If draped over another suit of armor, a tonlet’s armor bonus stacks with that of the original piece. An enchanted tonlet is stackable with enchanted armor, although the enhancement bonuses do not stack, only the armor bonuses.

If stacked with other armor:
• -4 to max Dex bonus of original armor; can’t go below 0
• -3 to armor check penalty of original armor
• +10% to arcane spell failure percentage of original armor
• Speed (30 ft.): 20 ft.; (20 ft.): 15 ft.

Tonlet: 50 gp, +2 Armor Bonus, -4 Max Dex Adj., -3 AC Penalty, 10% Arcane Spell Failure, 10 lbs.

Tonlet, Short:

Mounted soldiers sometimes wear lighter, shorter versions of the tonlet, but these pieces are rare, as the protection they offer becomes nearly negligible with the modifications made to them.

If stacked with other armor:
• -2 to max Dex bonus of original armor; can’t go below 0
• +5% to arcane spell failure chance of original armor
• Speed reduced to (30 ft.): 20 ft.; (20 ft.): 15 ft. if stacked with armor weighing more than 25 lbs.

Tonlet, short: 75 gp, +1 Armor bonus, -2 Max Dex Adj., -1 AC Penalty, 5% Arcane spell failure, 7 lbs.

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