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Boots of Levitation
Class: Relic
Value: 10,000 gold
When worn, these boots allow you to walk across water, same effect as the "Water Walk" spell.

"Visiting a local wise man, you explain the intent of your journey. He reaches into a chest withdrawing a pair of boots which he hands to you."
Boots of Polarity
Class: Relic
Value: 6,000 gold
Worn on the feet, these boots increase your magic resistance by 15%.

"A nomad trader seeks protection from a tribe of goblins. For your asssistance, he gives you a pair of finely crafted boots made from the softest leather. Looking closely, you see fascinating ancient carvings engraved on the leather."
Boots of Speed
Class: Minor
Value: 6,000 gold
Worn on the feet, these boots increase your hero's movement rate over land by 600 points; about 6 steps on clear terrain.

"Visiting a local wise man, you explain the intent of your journey. He reaches into a chest withdrawing a pair of boots which he hands to you."
Dead Man's Boots
Class: Major
Value: 6,000 gold
Worn on the feet, these boots increase your necromancy skill by 15%. This is part of the Cloak of the Undead King combo artifact.
"Discovering a pair of beautifully beaded boots made from the finest and softest leather, you thank the anonymous donor and add them to your inventory."
Dragonbone Greaves
Class: Treasure
Value: 2,000 gold
Worn on the feet, this item increases your knowledge and power skills by +1. This is part of the Power of the Dragon Father combo artifact.
"You trip over what seem to be the bones of a large Dragon. Upon further examination, you discover the bones to be a pair of greaves."
Sandals of the Saint
Class: Relic
Value: 8,000 gold
Worn on the feet, the Sandals of the Saint increase all four primary skills by +2. This is part of the Angelic Alliance combo artifact.

"A nomad trader seeks protection from a tribe of goblins. For your asssistance, he gives you a pair of finely crafted sandals made from the softest leather. Looking closely, you see fascinating ancient carvings engraved on the leather."

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