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Message hats are [[magic item]]s created by [[hat magic]]that can be used by anyone, including non-[[caster]]s to send and recieve small items, like messages and [[gem]]s. They are divided into two categories. Abjure hats are for sending and conjure hats are for receiving. Some hats are dual use, able to both send and receive. To send something, the user must wave the wand associated with the hat and say "Hoffa". To receive, the other person must wave their wand and say "Livingstone".
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Message hats are [[magic item]]s created by [[hat magic]] that can be used by anyone, including non-[[caster]]s to send and recieve small items, like messages and [[gem]]s. They are divided into two categories. Abjure hats are for sending and conjure hats are for receiving. Some hats are dual use, able to both send and receive. To send something, the user must wave the wand associated with the hat and say "Hoffa". To receive, the other person must wave their wand and say "Livingstone".
It is possible for these hats to give an armor bonus.
It is possible for these hats to give an armor bonus.

Revision as of 04:14, 22 April 2013

Proposed Canon

Message hats are magic items created by hat magic that can be used by anyone, including non-casters to send and recieve small items, like messages and gems. They are divided into two categories. Abjure hats are for sending and conjure hats are for receiving. Some hats are dual use, able to both send and receive. To send something, the user must wave the wand associated with the hat and say "Hoffa". To receive, the other person must wave their wand and say "Livingstone".

It is possible for these hats to give an armor bonus.

Real World References

"Hoffa" is a reference to a Teamster leader who famously disappeared. "Livingston" is a reference to an explorer who was famously found.

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