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Armour (1)

When it comes to physically representing cloth armour, there does need to be a distinction between normal clothes and the cloth armour. The core rules document give a few examples of lightweight armour from history.
A gambeson would not necessarily need to be worn as the top layer of costume, but you will be needed to point it out if a referee suspects “shenanigans” when a mage is taking a physical beating.

Costume Standards (1)

When it comes to physically representing cloth armour, there does need to be a distinction between normal clothes and the cloth armour. The core rules document give a few examples of lightweight armour from history.
A gambeson would not necessarily need to be worn as the top layer of costume, but you will be needed to point it out if a referee suspects “shenanigans” when a mage is taking a physical beating.

Mage (1)

Mages only wear cloth armour because they cannot cast spells at all wearing anything heavier than cloth. Technically they could wear heavier armour but they would need to remove it before casting spells.
There are no penalties for casting spells whilst wearing cloth armour.
Category: Mage

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