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Dress With Pockets - A Mythical Magic Artifact

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Larisha loved her new dress. That much was apparent to everyone who so much as laid eyes on her. The soft blue fabric gently swayed in the breeze as she made her way across town. The wide grin on her face seemed to brightened as people admired her knee-length treasure.
A member of the city watch held a hand before Larisha, stopping her in her tracks. 
"I love your dress," the voice said. 
"Thanks!" Larisha beamed, "It has pockets!" To showcase the mythical feature, Larisha pushed her dark fingers into the sky-blue fabric, where they disappeared to the knuckle. 

Garlan Greenskin held his hand up in a gesture of friendship, the familiar cant of the theif as natural as his own orcish tongue. Larisha, excited to see her patron, exclaimed a series of noises - not quite speech, but close enough, as she waggled the edges of the skirt. With each wave, a valuable item rolled out onto the orante rug - a marble and gold vase, a bolt of precious silk, a decorative chain of mythril too large to steal by mundane means. 

With raised eyebrows and no small amount of ruddy color on his face, Garlan managed a choked "Nice... dress."
"Thank-you-it-has-pockets!" Larisha said in one small breath. 


Rare Enough to be Sad: I'm lucky to have had a wonderful cast of female players in my tenure as a DM, and one of the things that always gave me a laugh was how excited my players would get when they managed to find a good looking dress that had functional, good sized pockets. It was something of a fantasy - finding the perfect dress. What better to put in a fantasy setting?

Single Page Layout: The entirety of the rules for this magic item and the various bonuses at each rarity is present on this one sheet of paper. Keeping up with the items stored within the dress can be comically fun considering it's much larger than even a traditional backpack, so consider grabbing my Bag of Holding Inventory sheet for an easier time keeping track of things. 

The Original: I never expected my throw-away tweet about the "Dress with Pockets" to spur so many people to create the item on DM's Guild and D&D Beyond, but the creativity of people never ceases to amaze me! This is the original item sheet I made for the Dress with Pockets - it's a good starting point for all of your dress-related designs for 5e D&D. Feel free to use it as you may! 

 
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