places to put your spirit sheathe


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spirit sheathe is interesting because its very very vague, it gives examples but the actual description is extremely vague to the point where if you can convince your GM, you can have a spirit sheathe on anything.

example, being a hold scarred orc id have lots of scarring, having one scar as a healed flap/pocket that i use for my spirit sheathe, rub back of my neck? nope pulling a 4 foot sword out of my neck.


For the sake of cringe/crass comedy, the first thought that came to my mind upon reading this thread title?

Right next to the pants zipper, or on the inside of a robe/kilt/etc.

I mean hey, it's bound to catch enemies off-guard isn't it?


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Honestly in the boot. I don't know why, but the image of someone kneeling down, and then rising with a huge honkin' sword is rad as heck.


Inquisitive Tiefling wrote:

For the sake of cringe/crass comedy, the first thought that came to my mind upon reading this thread title?

Right next to the pants zipper, or on the inside of a robe/kilt/etc.

I mean hey, it's bound to catch enemies off-guard isn't it?

I was thinking of using an orc necksplitter and storing it within a neck scar.

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Hammer Space!


Sticking out of your neck like you were stabbed seems cool.


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Put it in the center of your tunic and then Utena yourself.


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In your top hat of course.


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Cyouni wrote:
Put it in the center of your tunic and then Utena yourself.

"You can draw or return a weapon in a spirit sheath as an Interact action, as can anyone else holding the object bearing the sheath."

I read this as you can put it in your party member's armor while they're sleeping and then you can Utena them!


I demand a full magic girl cut scene with flashing shapes and colors, some spinning and slight nudity with the scepter being spit out of my familiars mouth.


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If your ratfolk? Cheek pouches, of course!


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I am surprised that pants zipper came before cleavage to be honest

classic would be your sleeve

cheek pouches are not bad either - mouth in general would look weird for the enemy, like a reverse sword-swallower


In a cool hat. So when you do a fancy bow, taking of your hat, when you pass it in front of your hand you suddenly have a sword.
All Swashbuckler should dip into Magus just for that feat.


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For slightly gross, pull it out of your nose.

Honestly, I would be tempted to put it in the ear mostly because it would be fun describing sheathing the weapon.


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Kalaam wrote:

In a cool hat. So when you do a fancy bow, taking of your hat, when you pass it in front of your hand you suddenly have a sword.

All Swashbuckler should dip into Magus just for that feat.

Godric Gryffindor must have been a Magus.


Goblin magus, wear a mask. Pull you sword out of your nose.

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Ventnor wrote:
If your ratfolk? Cheek pouches, of course!

I had thought similarly, but for a Gourd Leshy. Obviously Leshies don't make stellar magi (unless you're dual-classing Investigator to stack everything on Int I guess) but it's still a cool look. Especially if you use your actual head-slot to hold yer book!

Oo, maybe a Goblin who grew up in a Gourd Leshy commune of some kind, and wanted to store stuff in their head too! Lucky save with the magic there, or things could have gone very differently...

BretI wrote:
Honestly, I would be tempted to put it in the ear mostly because it would be fun describing sheathing the weapon.

Hah, or behind like a magician! Good place to put a Starknife or other disk-shaped weapon. Or in an earring!

Another fun idea could be a cane. People expect a dinky lil sword-cane but, nope, greatsword.

Honestly, part of me just wishes that there was an upgrade in the form of a a Spirit Bandolier. I just want to play a bola-bombing flame-flinging arcane bounty hunter! I have a whole character design! I just... y'know... forgot to check the specific wording of Quick Draw/Quick Bomber, and I don't think that adding Juggler into the mix is feasible or character-friendly on top of everything else, even with Free Archetype or similar.

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