You find a thick fur cloak. Rolled up and placed over an arm it offers some protection in place of a shield.
The cloak acts as armour and provides a +1 modifier to you Warrior's toughness.
Each time it is used, roll 1d6. On a 4, 5, or 6 it remains effective and cane be used again. On a 1, 2, or 3 it is ruined and must be discarded.
Use until destroyed, then discard.
1). The cloak is trimmed at the neck in the white fur of some creature, dog or perhaps winter hare. It has a gold clasp and chain which are worth some coin in their own right and across the bottom hem is a strip of red cloth with a pattern sewn in gold thread.
The cloak was the property of a rich dilettante who had the sudden whim to be an adventurer. His fate is unknown, but his cloak is recognizable to those living nearby and if taken to his family a reward would be given and perhaps an incentive or offer of employment to find out what happened to this spoiled nobleman.