How to Play Midgaard
The Midgaard Players' Guide
Equipment and Attributes
Certain Items when worn or held will cause certain of your attributes to
change dynamically. There are many of these, of course. But, there
are certain categories of Items which all tend to have a similar impact. Here
are the most common:
Items containing Ruby: increase
intelligence Items containing Emerald: increase
wisdom Items containing Sapphire: increase
dexterity Items containing Cobalt: increase
constitution Items containing Topaz: increase
strength Items containing Amber: increase
charisma (Some) items containing Ivory, Ebony, or Titanium: increase max health and energy
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