Incaelo of House Bonisagus was a researcher who acquired lycanthropy due to a magical accident during his apprenticeship. His specialty in magical animals and transmutation were a natural result. During his experimentations, he decided to create a cloak that would allow his companions to share his wolf-transformative abilities. Unfortunately, there were some side effects.
Cloak of the Woodland Prowler (Creo Corpus [Animal] 25)
R: Touch, D: Sun, T: Individual
This appears to be a heavy mantle made of wolf-skin, carefully preserved. Pulling the cloak around yourself, you transform yourself into the shape of a wolf. The spell can be ended early, by peeling the wolfskin off. Due to Incaelo's sigil, the wolf's eyes reflect the current phase of the moon, even when the moon is not visible.
(Base 10, +1 Touch, +2 Sun, once per day)
Side Effects table (1d10)
1 Exaggerated Sigil: While transformed, the wolf's fur is a pale white and a dark black, patterned like the current phase of the moon.
2-3 Minor Flaw: After the effect is ended, the wearer's body hair is thicker and heavier for a few days.
4-5 Minor Side Effect: Nearby felines are curious about the transformed wolf, though not necessarily hostile or friendly.
6 Minor Benefit: After the transformation is ended, the wearer retains a strong ability to identify things by scent, and remembers scents smelled in wolf-form.
7 Major Flaw: The enchanted item doesn't transform into the wearer as part of the spell, and in fact the wolf ends up wearing a wolf-fur mantle. The spell ends if the mantle is removed.
8 Major Side Effect: The transformed wolf's howls are exceptionally pure and melodic, and carry quite far.
9 Major Benefit: While transformed, the wearer retains their human mind. In addition to languages, they retain their knowledge of Organization Lores and Area Lores.
10 Fatal Flaw: The transformation is strangely incomplete, and only the parts of the body covered by the short mantle actually transform, generally the head and chest and arms, leaving the rest of the body still human. This also works if the wolf-fur mantle is wrapped around the middle as a skirt, and its even more disturbing to behold.