This round shield is formed to resemble the shape of a roaring tiger's face and is hewn in stripes of gold and onyx. It was forged by Dwarven craftsmen from Ran-Gra-Kham, and presented to the architect who designed the 50-foot walls that surround the land. He has since passed, and this shield was kept in a trophy room within his high mountain sanctuary until it was recently stolen.
When using the Defend move with the Tiger Shield, you may roll+CHA instead of +CON. In addition, add the following to the list of options: Frighten a weakened opponent into running away.
The front of this hardened leather armor is shaped to look like a grimacing face while the back is covered in "hair" of rattling bones on leather thongs. It has been pierced many times by arrows. A good blacksmith could repair it for 300 gold coins (or 100 coins for materials if you are skilled and do so yourself). When worn while Making Camp, an invisible watcher will take watch for you; the party gains an additional 1d4 hp if they're not interrupted. If a threat approaches, the bones will rattle and scare away the intruder or alert the party as if a 10+ had been rolled.
In addition, the wearer gains +1 hold when Defending, even on a miss.
This round shield is made of the finest silvers and appears to have the face of the moon worked subtly into its shine. It was once wielded by the ancient lunar priestess Sareen who passed it to a warrior woman she found worthy after winning the freedom of her queendom.
At the beginning of a dungeon or campaign, roll 1d8. On an 8, the moon is full and the shield emits a strong beam of silver light. It also grants 2 armor instead of 1. On a 1, the moon is new and hidden. The shield is matte rather than having its normal sheen, and the wielder is invisible whenever they are not moving. If the moon's phase is established in the world or scenario due to other circumstances, follow that rather than rolling.