Bracelets of Freedom

Wondrous item, uncommon (requires attunement)

These delicate arm-wrappings are made of finely spun silver and are as delicate as spider silk. They are difficult to detect even on close inspection, granting the wearer advantage on Dexterity (Sleight of Hand) checks to hide them. The bracelets of freedom do not radiate magic when worn. The wearer gains advantage on Dexterity checks made to escape from manacles, rope, chains, and similar restraints, as well as being grappled. If the wearer is proficient in Sleight of Hand he can use his proficiency bonus for that skill rather than a Dexterity check to escape. If the wearer successfully escapes his restraints, he can attempt a Sleight of Hand check to loosely replace the bonds, causing them to appear as if they were still holding him, but he can slip out of the bonds at any time as a bonus action or reaction.

If escaping from bonds would make noise or draw attention, the wearer gains advantage on Stealth checks to escape from bonds quietly and without notice.

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