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Depending on whether a DM allows some of the above items, another option could be Umbrite.
I’ve got a Vampire BBEG that I’m building. I’m looking at using Umbrite in its armor, & possible plus an amulet & woven into its clothes.
As the DM running the campaign with this BBEG, I’m looking for a fair way to adjudicate it’s benefits.
As written, Umbrite provides +3 to Hide, and shadows are deeper & darker for 5ft radius as light is dimmed. So I’m thinking Vampire could gain 3 rounds of protection from sunlight, max, from say a 1# amulet or wrist guard or whatever (destroying the item). That gives it 18 seconds to react if surprised or from initial attack, thereby eliminating a one-shot-killed event after genius BBEG after 18-month campaign.
Thoughts on this idea?