Museum of Magicks – Duelist’s Gloves
A collection carefully curated by infamous adventurers that include everything from battered trinkets to divine instruments of the gods.
by Mack Eaton Twitter
This old worn white leather glove that has been around for at least a century and represents the sacred ceremony of duels. The Duelist’s Glove has been passed down from great combatants to their successors, becoming property of the next person to defeat them in a duel. Although the glove has been passed down mostly through combat a select few have earned the glove through a battle of wits or other contests.
The Duelist’s Glove can have only one true owner at a time and will keep itself in the possession of the owner while they are alive through magical means by appearing among their belongings if it is ever lost or stolen. To become the owner of the Duelist’s Glove one must win it by victory through a duel. To use the Duelist’s Glove one must issue a challenge to a single opponent and throw it to the ground, the opponent must make a DC15 Will Save or be compelled to partake in the duel, although they may compete by their own volition. The glove remains on the ground until the duel is complete where it may be retrieved by the party who won the duel.
Both individuals in the duel gain advantage on any actions taken against one another that fit within the rules of the duel (ie. combat duel: all attacks have advantage, duel of jokes: all perform actions have advantage). Whoever wins the duel is the rightful owner of the glove and may pick it up or may find it among their possessions should it be left behind.
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