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Our masterwork Daimyo Class Armors are traditional Edo Era design, crafted to be beautiful works of art and until recently where only sold in Japan. In the Edo Period, the Daimyo spent much of their wealth on embellishing their armor, making it more decorative and less functional. Our Daimyo Class series suits, although fully functional, focus more on beauty than battle readiness. We use a mixture of genuine and luxury synthetic materials to help add an unmatched luster and shine to these striking artisan armors.




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Breath of the Wild is the first Zelda game to offer sets of clothing with unique abilities and set bonuses. For those not versed in RPG terminology, a set bonus is a special skill or boost that is activated when all pieces of a specific armour set are worn simultaneously. In Breath of the Wild, many sets have this type of bonus, but they must first be enhanced at least twice by a Great Fairy (haven't found two Great Fairies yet? No problem, take a look at our Great Fairy guide for help on that front).


Taking into account the purchase of the Everyday Armor T-Shirt was supposed to be for a trip up north for an exceedingly large event I was asked to assist with, the amount of movement and areas I was going to need to "blend in" required something a little more discreet than the average slick plate carrier. In came the EA-T... and it worked a lot better than expected! I was comfortable throughout the entire assignment, covering mileage and flexibility while wearing the armored T-Shirt, and experiencing very little discomfort that I'd have received if I were wearing full on armor and carrier. Yeah, I definitely still felt my body temp to up a few times from all the running around, but it was not something detrimental to the performance. No chafing, no pinching, not even a loss of flexibility would stop me from elating the overall endurance test the armor and shirts went through. I stood next to several of the municipalities throughout the event, and quite a few asked why I wasn't wearing armor... the EA-T-Shirt and accompanying plates were, as a complete package, a success! I was able to educate a few of the individuals on what exactly I had on and guided them to the PBA website where they too could purchase their own. The event was in an area of questionable activities and being able to blend in discreetly definitely had its perks!


Armour is a protective suit worn by Artyom. In Metro 2033, it comes in three different variants: default, stealth, and heavy. In Metro: Last Light, the armour system has been considerably reworked. It returns in Metro Exodus, but has once again undergone fundamental changes to make the experience more customisable.


Note: it is possible to buy armour only in the original Metro 2033 game. In Metro 2033 Redux, the armour system has been removed from the game as both stealth and combat have been made easier. Cosmetic changes to the in-game view models still apply though and will change automatically depending on story progression, similarly to Last Light.


Artyom's default suit. It offers moderate protection from most enemies. It also allows Artyom to sneak better than in the heavy armour, but not as well as when using the stealth armour. Artyom will make noise unless he crouches.


The stealth armour is fitted for those who prefer to go in silent and lurk in the shadows. While it does not offer much protection compared to the heavy armour, the benefit of using this armour is that it is much better at stealth; when in total darkness Artyom can move past everything from patrolling Nazis to a sleeping black librarian.


This armour will keep Artyom undetected in some situations when the rest of the suits cannot. The player may notice that the stealth meter on Artyom's watch will frequently show no light (which means invisibility to enemies). Moving at a normal pace is extremely quiet and footsteps produce little sound. Use silent weapons to maximize the effectiveness of this armour.


The heavy armour is fitted for those who prefer to take out their enemies face to face. It offers good protection, but it is not recommended for stealth since the added weight and gear produces noise. This armour is especially useful when fighting more powerful enemies such as the demon and the librarian. It is basically the core of Ranger armour and has the MOLLE system. Despite its weight, wearing it does not affect movement speed. If you have spare MGR, consider purchasing it at Polis as it helps in the last portion of the game.


Before the final battle at D6, Artyom is geared up in heavy armour. Despite its enormous size and heavy plates of the suit, he is not slowed down by it. On easier difficulties it allows the him to shrug off some of the hits.


Two enemy bosses, one found in the battle of D6 with a flamethrower, and the other wielding a minigun in Heavy Squad, wear yet larger and heavier suits of armour. These suits allow their wearers to resist repeated shots from the Preved, Gatling, Hellsbreath, and explosives. This armour is not available for the player character.


In Metro Exodus, armour returns, though once again the system has been altered extensively for a more varied experience. This time players can modify the armour worn by Artyom at workbenches, affecting its stats and that of other pieces of equipment, which can result in a number of different suits for different play styles.


In Metro Exodus, the upgrades focus mainly on the carrying capacity of various items, with less attention given to actually upgrading armour protection or reducing visibility. Three out of four armour options provide +2 to the actual armour protection stat, with only the consumables carrier providing no protection bonus. There is one upgrade for the gas mask/helmet which increases armour protection as well.


The Knight Shop are the largest stockist of historical replica armour for sale in the UK. Our diverse range caters for Reenactors, Live Action Role Players (LARP), Collectors, Stage Fighters (Theatre) and T.V. producers.


We stock armour, helmets and shields from most historical periods including the Greek, Roman and Viking eras. We sell a huge selection of hand-crafted off-the-peg medieval plate armour from world-class manufacturers such as GDFB and Marshal Historical.


Our articulated and wearable armour is perfect for a variety of uses. It is great for battle re-enactment but also makes for a great display piece. It is available in a variety of thicknesses such as 14, 16 and 18 gauge covering safety requirements for most re-enactment groups.


But where do you buy dyes from? Surely all merchants sell these shiny new items, right? Wrong. While we have seen instances of dyes appearing in regular merchant inventories, most of the time you will only be able to find them at the Dye Merchant, who is located in Beauclair Port. To find the Armor Dye Merchant, head to the location we've marked on the map above.


Which is the best Elden Ring armor set for your character? Choosing the right armour is an important consideration at any point in your Elden Ring playthrough, because the armour you wear affects a great many things. Not only does strong armour allow you to soak up more damage, but many armour sets give you boosts to your resistances to various status effects such as bleed and poison, along with boosts to character attributes such as Intelligence or Faith.


Because your choice of Elden Ring armour should depend on your playstyle, we've included a variety of armour types in the below list, ranging from heavy tanky armour suits to lightweight and spellcaster options, and covering everything from the early-game to the late-game.


This set boasts all-round great damage reduction stats for both physical and magical damage, and also provides a good amount of robustness to help counter bleed attacks and frostbite. It's quite rare for the Twinned Armor set to not be the best armour in your inventory by the time you get your hands on it, so it's definitely a worthy contender for the title of best early-game armour in Elden Ring.


To get the Twinned Armor set, you'll need to either kill D when you first meet him in Limgrave, or simply progress through Fia's questline until you receive her dagger. Hand the dagger to D, then reload the area and head past Hewg to find a newly opened room where D lies dead on the floor. You can then pick up D's Bell Bearing, along with the entire Twinned Armor set.


If you then proceed to give the Twinned Armor to D's brother at the Siofra Aqueduct, you can claim it back by finding Fia in Deeproot Depths, asking for a hug, then defeating the Lichdragon Fortissax. After that, reload the area and you'll find that D's brother has returned and slewn Fia in her sleep. At this point you can either attack D's brother and kill him to retrieve the Twinned Armor, or simply reload the area once more to find him gone and the Twinned Armor Set on the floor where he previously stood.


The Carian Knight Set is another powerful early-game armour set which provides slightly less physical damage protection than the Twinned Armor Set, but in return provides greater magical protection and for less overall weight.


Carian Knights are enchanted warriors who swore allegiance to the Carian royals in Liurnia. As such, their armour provides more of a balance between physical and magical protection than most knightly armour you'll find at this stage of the game. It's a great armour set to use, no matter your choice of Elden Ring build.


You can find the entire Carian Knight Set in Raya Lucaria Academy in the centre of Liurnia of the Lakes. From the Church of the Cuckoo Site of Grace, proceed through the graveyard until you reach the large gates. Then head immediately right around the edge of the gates, and drop down onto the platform just below. Follow the platform to find a group of Glintstone Zombies worshipping a large gravestone. At the foot of this gravestone is the Carian Knight Set of armour. 041b061a72


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