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It's a bit of work but look up Iron Wood, both the spell from 3.5 and the actual tree,. I hope this hint helps. It's, as this is how I dealt with it for my players. I made a whole quest out of it, so my druid could feel stronger about it.

I did consider just giving it to him but decidedecided that it was an old art from a time long forgotten and would have to be researched and relearned. The armor was easy to find but the spell took some time.

He was so happy with the idea that he crafted his own armor from wood and magic. It was equal to full plate in all respects except it was wood and not metal.

It's a bit of work but look up Iron Wood both the spell from 3.5 and the actual tree, I hope this helps. It's how I dealt with it for my players. I made a whole quest out of it, so my druid could feel stronger about it.

I did consider just giving it to him but decide that it was an old art from a time long forgotten and would have to be researched and relearned. The armor was easy to find but the spell took some time.

He was so happy with the idea that he crafted his own armor from wood and magic. It was equal to full plate in all respects except it was wood and not metal.

It's a bit of work but look up Iron Wood, both the spell from 3.5 and the actual tree. I hope this hint helps, as this is how I dealt with it for my players. I made a whole quest out of it, so my druid could feel stronger about it.

I did consider just giving it to him but decided that it was an old art from a time long forgotten and would have to be researched and relearned. The armor was easy to find but the spell took some time.

He was so happy with the idea that he crafted his own armor from wood and magic. It was equal to full plate in all respects except it was wood and not metal.

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It's a bit of work but look up Iron Wood both the spell from 3.5 and the actual tree, I hope this helps. It's how I dealt with it for my players. I made a whole quest out of it, so my druid could feel stronger about it. I

I did consider just giving it to him but decide that it was an old art from a time long forgotten and would have to be researched and relearned. The armor was easy to find but the spell took some time.

He was so happy with the idea that he crafted his own armor from wood and magic. It was equal to full plate in all respects except it was wood and not metal.

It's a bit of work but look up Iron Wood both the spell from 3.5 and the actual tree, I hope this helps. It's how I dealt with it for my players. I made a whole quest out of it, so my druid could feel stronger about it. I did consider just giving it to him but decide that it was an old art from a time long forgotten and would have to be researched and relearned. The armor was easy to find but the spell took some time.

It's a bit of work but look up Iron Wood both the spell from 3.5 and the actual tree, I hope this helps. It's how I dealt with it for my players. I made a whole quest out of it, so my druid could feel stronger about it.

I did consider just giving it to him but decide that it was an old art from a time long forgotten and would have to be researched and relearned. The armor was easy to find but the spell took some time.

He was so happy with the idea that he crafted his own armor from wood and magic. It was equal to full plate in all respects except it was wood and not metal.

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It's a bit of work but look up Iron Wood both the spell from 3.5 and the actual tree, I hope this helps. It's how I dealt with it for my players. I made a whole quest out of it, so my druid could feel stronger about it. I did consider just giving it to him but decide that it was an old art from a time long forgotten and would have to be researched and relearned. The armor was easy to find but the spell took some time.