AndyVV (andyfox) wrote in roleplayers,
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D&D 3.0 question

Recently my druid character made a bit of a foul and the GM said his magic was failing every time, turns out the GM thought I was using a prohibited shield type (my recently aquired magic dragon skin shield).

Now I got confused at this point. I was sure I read somewhere that druids could use any natural material (i.e. not a metal shield) and still be able to cast divine spells... then again I could be falling under the presumption being the mother of all fcuk ups thing :P

Any help as to if it's to the letter of the law and thus I can only use wooden shields or on the other hand if I can use a dragon scale shield?

And if I can do you have a book or net ref I can show him since we both got confused after I sugested the idea I could use it :P

-Andy
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