From Magic Vestment:
Target: armor or shield touched
You imbue a suit of armor or a shield with an enhancement bonus of +1 per four caster levels (maximum +5 at 20th level).
An outfit of regular clothing counts as armor that grants no AC bonus for the purpose of this spell.
It would appear that Magic Vestment can target three things:
- Something that qualifies as "armor."
- Something that qualifies as "a shield."
- Something that qualifies as "an outfit of regular clothing" via an exception.
Coat of Many Stars reads as follows:
Coat of Many Stars (Su): You conjure a coat of starry radiance that
grants you a +4 armor bonus. At 7th level, and every four levels
thereafter, this bonus increases by +2. At 13th level, this armor
grants you DR 5/slashing. You can use this coat for 1 hour per day per
oracle level. The duration does not need to be consecutive; it can
instead be spent in 1-hour increments.
The question is threefold:
- Based on the first line about conjuring a coat, does the revelation create an actual "coat" or is this just fluff text using the word "coat" to describe the field of radiance?
- If a coat is created, does it qualify as "an outfit of regular clothing" for the purposes of Magic Vestment despite being a supernatural conjuration with several special properties?
- If not, does the use of the term "armor" in the 13th level clause qualify the coat as "armor" or "a suit of armor" for Magic Vestment?