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All purposes, period. Say an armor crystal can only go on light armor: does that fall under the category of “movement or other limitations”? Yes, it does: it’s a limitation on the armor’s ability to carry this armor crystal. Anything that is restricted to a particular weight class of armor is affected by mithral. In effect, mithral breastplate is a light ...


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There is no rule. The "push, drag or lift" phrase assumes that the creature is standing on solid ground. There is nothing in the text to suggest that it was intended to apply to flying movement, and the physics of lifting a heavy object while standing is entirely different than the physics of flight. A locomotive engine, for example, can easily pull a ...


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There is no rule that applies any stricter carrying capacity for flying creatures, so you'd default to the standard carrying capacity on p.176 of the PHB. Picking up and carrying a character would fall under push, drag or lift, so it would be 30 times the pteradon's Strength score, or 360 lbs. At that weight, the creature's speed is reduced to 5 ft. Below ...


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Unless the backpack becomes a creature unto itself (via something like animate objects) it does not have a 'maximum' weight. Mostly because going down to that granular a level for random equipment is generally not worth the effort it would take. And, as you, yourself, pointed out, different materials can weigh different amounts, so there is no "standard" ...


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This URL: http://www.wayfair.com/Fine-Art-Tapestries-Celtic-Tapestry-3436-WH-FAT2469.html offers for sale a 15 sq ft tapestry which weighs 4 pounds (5 including the rod at the top). It sounds like the tapestry you describe is five times as large, and it might be difficult to fit the rod in the character's pack. As to the price of your tapestry, let me ...


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100 pounds, per Ultimate Equipment. Technically that's for a 10x10 tapestry, so you can do Math (tm) and determine yours is 75 lbs if you'd like. Real tapestries were wool and heavy by design, not like cheap modern cotton reproductions. There's no set cost, just like there's no cost for "a painting" or "a gem." It depends how rare and fine it is. I'm ...



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