Incorporating real life bone armor into your imaginary setting

Over at Gonzo History: Gaming Edition, James Holloway talks about the discovery of bone armor in Siberia and then creates a game item based upon it for use in his games, along with a compelling and awesome backstory for the item. I personally love incorporating real life artifacts and gear into my games, and I’m a sucker for items that have history in games. The Bone Corselet of Zothul has been created for Dungeons & Dragons 3.5, but there’s little that stops it from being used with other versions of the game or D&D-alikes.

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