The Cloak of Levitation
Armor (cloth armor), wondrous
Securely displayed within The Sanctum in New York City even the current Sorcerer Supreme could not win over this fickle artifact.
While wearing The Cloak of Levitation gain a flight speed of 45 ft. You also increase your AC by +3 and you have resistance to bludgeoning, piercing, and slashing damage.
Confounding Cloth. The Cloak of Levitation can bind itself around an enemy blinding them quite effectively. It is capable of making an attack with a +5 bonus to hit, on a hit the target is blinded and takes 1d6+1 bludgeoning damage. This is not counted as an action for the player character wearing it. A target may attempt to escape by making a Dexterity or Strength saving throw with a DC of 16 as an action.
Freedom of Movement. The Cloak of Levitation is able to move of its own accord. It has a flying movement speed of 30 ft. when it is not being worn.
Sentience. The Cloak of Levitation is a sentient chaotic good item with an Intelligence score of 16, a Wisdom score of 14, Charisma 18. It has hearing and normal vision out to a range of 60 ft. The Cloak of Levitation does not speak , but it understands many languages and it communicates through simple gestures.
Personality. Described by the Sorcerer Supreme as a fickle thing The Cloak of Levitation accepts no wearer lightly, but it is fiercely loyal and protective when it does allow someone to don it. However it remains willful and is not above dragging a resistant sorcerer like an errant apprentice.
The Cloak of Levitation’s primary purpose is to serve and protect its wearer, even risking its own destruction without a second thought. It will however, sometimes decide on the best course for serving a sorcerer without consulting them.