2017-03-03, 02:47 PM (ISO 8601)
Re: Land Druid and it's AC problems
In 1e and 2e, the argument was as follows:
Originally Posted by Socratov
1- Armor making is way more complicated and technologically advanced than most weapon construction; including every weapon that was on the Druid list; so from an anti-technology standpoint it was a lot bigger 'sin'
2- There is a difference between picking up a piece of metal and swinging it around compared to completely covering your body in it in terms of blocking natural energies (which remember armor and magic energies were more of a problem back then)
3- The 'natural spirits' which often empowered Druid magic had lots of rules and taboos which didn't make sense to mortals, metal armor restriction could just be one of them
Last edited by Naanomi; 2017-03-03 at 02:48 PM.