Breast plate is in the medium armor category, but when you make it out of mithril, it's light armor
. So she could wear it and still fly and go her unarmored speed, but her AC would go from 26 to 31+enchantments.
I've been pouring over the D&D rules for armor and magical beasts recently looking to buff and advance my Fae character. But from a story perspective, there's not a really a logical reason not to do the same to Cauchemar Tracy, and the real reason is that she's not my character, but if she were
, I'd do things like Mithral breastplate armor, which I am putting on Fae when I get the chance.>similar to Nightmare Moon's helmet and bracers
That's exactly what I was thinking. They are so damned sexy that they really ought to be imitated if for no other reason than aesthetic purposes. GM said we can treat each piece of the armor separately for enchantment purposes, and under my estimation, a horse can support a Chanfron (helmet), criniere (neck plate), and Peytral (chest plate). The alicorns of mlp never use Peytrals (but have those sexy as fuck Chanfrons and in some fan pieces, crinieres), but it seems logical to me. >She'd like the attention
I was thinking that adorning her with armor would be kind of an "I own you" statement that the character might like>Only before major battles
Yeah, that's what I was thinking. Or really any time the characters have five minutes>>38700>>38702>size
I estimate Tracy to be an 80 pound 7-hand Falabella-sized pony in rogue form, a 1900 pound 16-hand Percheron in mount form, and a 900 pound ~14-15 hand Arabian riding horse or 600 pound 13 hand Shetland in any intermediate form.
I don't see much reason to read too much into the size classes. The only strict requirement I see is that a huge creature is at least twice the size of a large one, and a large creature is at least twice the size of a medium one. Other than that, I think we can be reasonable in our interpretations of the creatures.>>38703
In pony form, yes. I still like the Nightmare moon look on a Cauchemar