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The Stormrider Boots are a pair of boots found by the Mighty Nein in Vokodo's lair which allow limited flight and can cause lightning damage.

Description[]

After Caleb Identified the boots, his initial description was: "can cause you to fly. They make you harder to hit, and they crackle with electricity when a hostile creature comes within range of you."[3] The flight lasts for one round[4] and can be at least ninety feet in distance.[5]

History[]

The Mighty Nein found the boots in Vokodo's treasure trove. Caleb identified and kept them.[6] They were used for the first time in the fight againt the undead Avantika and Uk'otoa's minions aboard the Midnight Hammer, when Caleb used them to fly ninety feet in a loop that caused two of the attacking enemy to suffer 9 points of lightning damage each, although they were able to attempt attacks of opportunity on him as well.[7]

Caleb also used them to fly while exploring the ruins of "A5" on Eiselcross.[8] Later, near the ruins of Aeor, the party encountered Gelidon once again, and Caleb used the Stormrider boots in an attempt to distract the dragon.[9]

When the party set an ambush for the pursuing Tombtakers, Caleb armed the intuit charges then ignited his boots in order to escape the chamber without triggering them.[10]

References[]

  1. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 197.
  2. See "A Fog Lifted" (2x106) at 2:19:56.
  3. See "A Fog Lifted" (2x106) at 2:19:21.
  4. See "A Fog Lifted" (2x106) at 2:19:56.
  5. See "A Heart Grown Cold" (2x113) at 32:37.
  6. See "A Fog Lifted" (2x106) at 2:19:21.
  7. See "A Heart Grown Cold" (2x113) at 0:32:33.
  8. See "Under Timeless Ice" (2x116) at 1:01:04.
  9. See "Fair-weather Faith" (2x123) at 0:48:03.
  10. See "Hunter and Hunted" (2x133) at 3:16:41.

Art:

  1. Fan art of Caleb using the Stormrider Boots, by CT Chen (source). Used with permission.
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