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Agile Breastplate: 400
Masterwork: 150
Dragonhide: 550 (double cost)
Wild: 9000 (+3)

Total: 11000

Is my math right?

What about for fullplate?

Fullplate : 1500
Masterwork: 150
Dragonhide: 3300 (double cost)
Wild: 9000 (+3)

Total: 12300

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The big deal here is that magic armor must have at least a +1 enhancement bonus before magic armor special abilities can be added to it. (That is, as per here, "A suit of armor with a special ability must also have at least a +1 enhancement bonus.") This increases the price of both armors substantially.

That agile breastplate…

  • An agile breastplate has a price of 400 gp.
  • A masterwork agile breastplate has a price of 550 gp.
  • My reading of the special material dragonhide is that armor made from it is already masterwork therefore a dragonhide agile breastplate has a price of 1,100 gp, double that of the masterwork agile breastplate, and it counts as masterwork.
  • Magic armor must have a magic enhancement bonus of at least +1 before magic armor special abilities can be added to it, so a +1 wild dragonhide agile breastplate has a price of 17,100 gp. That is, 1,100 for the nonmagical-but-alread-masterwork dragonhide agile breastplate plus 16,000 gp for the magical +1 enhancement bonus and the magical virtual +3 enhancement bonus of the magic armor special ability wild.

…and that suit of full plate

  • Full plate has a price of 1,500 gp.
  • Masterwork full plate has a price of 1,650 gp.
  • Dragonhide full plate has a price of 3,300 gp.
  • +1 wild dragonhide full plate has a price of 19,300 gp.
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