I have thought of two new modifier types. They are
These are only for armours, and shouldn't have smith's scrolls.
The small has some more annoying specifications. If it is small, it is will not be put-on by clicking the air. It will need to be put-on in the inventory GUI slot for that piece of armour. As well, if it is tiny, it will be entirely useless. The third will be tight. This will act like curse of binding, with 1 in 3 chance of being placed in the slot. This set of modifiers will be a 0.8 % chance in Uruk and Elven armor, a 5% chance in human armor, a 43% chance in orc armors, and 72% chance in Dwarven.
The large type would be an almost-as-annoying modifier that would make the armour fall-off the wearer. This would be Large, the first in the set. And the chance would be 1 in 3 chance that it will fall-off. The second will be Roomy, and the chance will be 2 in 3 and the third shall be massive, 90% chance of it falling off. Now, this would be 0.2% chance in dwarven, 5% chance in human and 34% chance in Uruk and Elven.