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Blue Snow is a naturally powdery substance often found in mines near and around polar ice caps, that like blue ice can be melted down and forged like steel. It can be forged with steel to make any armor or weapon that can normally be made of steel, though it does not have any significant effect when used to make weapons. Armor made from blue snow is considered masterwork. When used to make armor, the armor cools the wearer in hot and dry climates, this acts as a none magical endure elements effect for temperatures ranging from 70-160 degrees Fahrenheit. It also gives a +2 to fortitude saves for temperatures above 160 degrees Fahrenheit. The armor also sparkles giving the wearer a competence bonus to bluff checks based on the weight of the armor: +2 for light armor, +4 for medium armor, and +6 for heavy armor.
Druids can also wear armor forged entirely out of blue Snow as it is not metal, such armor takes on an unatural solid white color as the snow loses it's blue tint.
Blue snow has 10 hit points per inch of thickness and hardness 8.
armor cost: Double masterwork cost when forged with steel, triple masterwork cost when made entirely out of blue snow.