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Armor

From DDO Compendium

In Dungeons & Dragons Online, armor comes in several varieties, from cloth to heavy plate. You can click the links below to get information on the different named armors.

Heavy Armor[edit]

Heavy armor requires the Heavy Armor Proficiency feat. These include types such as plate and half plate armors. Heavy armor and Medium armor give the highest Magical Resistance Rating with no cap enforced. For a list of Heavy Armors available in the game, head on over the Heavy Armor Category.

Medium Armor[edit]

Medium armor requires the Medium Armor Proficiency feat. These include types such as scalemail and breastplate armors. Some armors are categorized as medium even though they are plate or half plate. Heavy armor and Medium armor give the highest Magical Resistance Rating with no cap enforced.For a list of Heavy Armors available in the game, head on over the Medium Armor Category.

Light Armor[edit]

Light armor requires the Light Armor Proficiency feat. These include types such as leather and chain armors. Some armors are categorized as light even though they are scalemail and breastplate. Light armor caps the Magical Resistance Rating at 100. For a list of Heavy Armors available in the game, head on over the Light Armor Category.

Robes[edit]

Robes do not require any feat. They are common for spellcasting classes as they don't have any proficiencies or spell failure. Robes cap the Magical Resistance Rating at 50. For a list of Robes available in the game, head on over the Robe Category.

Outfits[edit]

Outfits do not require any feat. They are common for Monks, as they can be worn while centered. Outfits cap the Magical Resistance Rating at 50. For a list of Outfits available in the game, head on over the Outfit Category.