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2000g sounds reasonable. I like to use this Sane Magic Prices guide. It is a popular resource, albeit fan-made. The authors have tried to list prices of items with a more sound reasoning. In it, All items which are weapons or armor add the cost of the base weapon or armor that makes them up to their price. And Adamantine Armor is listed at 500g. So, an ...


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It is up to the DM, but do think of your other players, also. There are many who are turned off by things that don't fit into the general medieval D&D theme. So if the hide armor were to be made to look like Batman for instance, I can see that being a problem. Then again, unless you are going to have drawings and minis that look like Batman in your D&...


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Up to you and your DM The rules do not go into details about these sorts of things. The armor section gives a rough description, such as: Hide. This crude armor consists of thick furs and pelts. It is commonly worn by barbarian tribes, evil humanoids, and other folk who lack access to the tools and materials needed to create better armor. But this is ...


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