Robe of the
master monk
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Item Type Body armor
Artifact? Yes
Weight 30s
Danger Level 11
Material Nonmetallic

The robe of the master monk is a non-guaranteed artifact. It boosts Willpower and speed, and grants a host of useful resistances. It appears as a robe when unidentified, but can be distinguished from normal robes by its unusual weight.

Desirability[edit source]

It is quite useful, offering speed, Willpower, and many intrinsics, including the coveted resistance to paralysis. Possibly the best armor for Monks, apart from the Robes of resistance. Other classes might prefer armor with better PV.

Guaranteed/Common sources[edit source]

It can be received as a Monk crowning gift.

It can also be granted as a precrowning gift or a reward for making use of a potion of uselessness, generated in a surge of power or greater vault, or generated as random loot (albeit very rarely).

Greater Identify information[edit source]

-------- blessed robe of the master monk (+6, +0) [+8, +4] {Wi+10} (+...-------

It is an artifact.

When worn it modifies DV by +8 and PV by +4.
When used in melee combat it grants a +6 bonus to hit and causes 1d1 points of damage.
When used as a missile it grants a +0 bonus to hit and causes 1d1 points of damage.

It modifies your willpower attribute by +10.
It modifies your speed by +10.
It grants resistance to fire.
It grants resistance to poison.
It grants resistance to cold.
It grants resistance to sleep attacks.
It grants resistance to paralyzation.
It grants resistance to shock attacks.
It grants the ability to see invisible things.
It grants the ability to breath water.
It grants resistance to confusion attacks.
It grants immunity to disease.
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