So, in my setting, there are magical weapons, armor, tools, and jewelry. They are quite the standard fare, ranging from swords that can cut better to amulets that let you breath underwater and the like. The more mundane magical items are quite cheap to buy and produce, while the fancier ones will tend to be more expensive, out of reach from simple peasants and the like. However, there will inevitably be highly successful knights, kings, and protagonists that will be able to have a large number of these magical items.
Aside from the standard logistical limitation of making such magical items rarer and more expansive, I would like other reasons for why a person is unable to wear so many different magical items.
- These magical items are created by taking an item and making it magical by applying runes and stuff onto it. This should not be needed to answer the question, but it is here nonetheless
- It would be best if the answer could be general, and not need the specifics of how the magic works, but for those who wish to provide a more specific answer to this question, here it goes.
- Everything in the World has, and is made of Mana at the basest level, as such, when you manipulate Mana, you manipulate the things which the Mana was tied to, which is done by magic. Pretty rudimentary stuff.