Aba of Fair Winds

Wondrous item, rare (requires attunement)

This light, flowing silken robe has a lining of parchment-hued silks dyed with maps and charts covering an area 1,000 miles across, marking major islands and currents throughout that area. What at first glance might appear like simple wrinkles and blemishes in the silk shift and change position in response to weather conditions (such as clouds, rain, and wind) in the region. While you wear the aba of fair winds, you gain the following benefits:

  • You gain a +2 bonus to Wisdom (Survival) and other ability checks to navigate within the area depicted on its lining and to avoid natural hazards in that area.
  • You gain a +4 bonus to Wisdom (Survival) checks made to predict future weather conditions in the region.
  • You can make a DC 15 Wisdom check (with a +2 bonus from the above benefit) to plot the best possible course for a wind-propelled ship you are piloting within the region. Until the next time the ship makes port or landfall, the ship’s waterborne speed increases by 10% (decreasing the number of days required for the journey for the purpose of long-term travel by 10%).

Admiralty Parade Kit

Wondrous item, very rare (requires attunement)

This tailored formal dress uniform includes a woolen long coat, polished buckles and clips, and aiguillettes and epaulettes of golden braid. An admiralty parade kit can be worn over light armor, completely concealing the armor’s appearance if you wish.

While wearing an admiralty parade kit you are surrounded by an aura of power and authority, granting advantage on Charisma-based skill checks. At the same time, each round as a bonus action you can grant one ally that can see and hear you a bonus d4 that they can roll and add the result to one attack roll or saving throw that they make before the beginning of your next turn.

If you are in aquatic terrain or on board a ship and can smite or use a similar ability (GM’s discretion), that ability functions as if you were one level higher.

If this ability is a spell that designates a creature as your quarry, such as, hunter’s mark, it is treated as if cast with a spell slot 2 levels higher.

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