Elden Ring - Top 10 Armor Sets You Can't Afford To Miss

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there there is a whole lot of armor in Elden Ring, and while a lot of it's awesome, a lot can also be really hard to get. Hi folks, it's Falcon, and today on the game ranks are 10 armor sets you can't afford to miss. Just for a little context What we're going to do here is focus on armor that is easy to pass by, not necessarily sets that look the coolest out of all the armor or even some of the best sets in the game that you get from things like beating bosses, because you don't really have to do anything special to get those.

You just buy them from the finger reader at the round table after killing the boss, so there's not a lot to talk about there. That being said, this is stuff that you can miss that's not particularly difficult to miss, may even be kind of difficult to get, and on top of that, all this armor is stuff that is actually really good to have at number 10 blide.

Set One of the coolest armor sets in the game also happens to be one of the hardest to get. If you want to look just like the half-wolf Warrior, then you're going to have to work for it. The only way to get this armor is to complete Randy's entire questline, which is one of the longest and most involved quests in the entire game.

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You just do what you feel is right after. One last time, he's gone mad after losing his master, and the only way to calm him down is unfortunately to kill him. If you do manage to defeat him, you get his entire armor set minus one piece, which is the head that is actually found elsewhere on a random body on top of some ruins near Silvos's.

And with that, you've got a complete blide costume. Even though his story ended kind of tragically, the actual set is really cool and really easy to miss. At number nine is lusat said. For the most part, the armor you wear doesn't matter all that much in this game. In general, if the armor is heavier, then it offers more protection than light.

That's about it. So the only thing you really have to worry about with armor is if you've got a high enough equip load to wear it. Otherwise, it doesn't really matter what you want to wear, especially in the long run, but sometimes certain armor sets can provide additional bonuses that can be very helpful depending on how you've built your character, and this set in particular, combined with a loose staff, can be incredibly powerful if you're playing as a magic user.

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To get this wild-looking armor, you need to complete Sallen's. Thankfully, it is shorter than Ronnie's, but it has just about the same amount of cryptic BS in it. At a certain point, she wants you to find a new body for her, and you have to find an illusionary floor to get it. Just look up a guide.

It doesn't really matter which. Return to the spot where you found her loose on the Salia Highway. The body will have disappeared, but in its place you'll find a bag containing an entire armor set. With it equipped, you will look like a truly insane person, an archmage. You get a huge boost to Loosat's magic at the cost of additional FP consumption, which when combined with Loosat's death, which also gives you a boost of magic, can really make you a force to be reckoned with.

And number eight is Lionel's, set for people who really like heavy armor, like heavy armor, or just miss the Onion Knight from Dark Souls. This armor set is really worth hunting down. It's found in a random bed near the lower Capital Church site in Lendell, the Royal Capital , and this armor set's thankfully pretty easy to find if you know where to look.

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It looks goofy as hell, but that's also kind of part of the charm. And number seven is the white Reed set. Now we've mentioned some heavy armor and some magic armor. One thing that hasn't come up is armor that's good for dexterity. One of the all-time greats is found near the end of the game on the Mountaintop of the Giants, and while it takes going to two completely different locations to complete the set, it's very worth it in the end.

To get the first part of the white read set, you need to go to the spirit collar cave beside the big frozen lake area. It's the place that requires two stone swords to get inside. After you fight this guy called Inaba, who drops the body legs and arm pieces of the armor to get the head piece, you'll have to go all the way up the mountain just before the Boss Arena to the Church of Her Pose, where you'll get invaded by Bloody Finger Okina.

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If you manage to kill him, that'll get you the mask, along with an incredibly good katana called the Rivers of Blood. The mask itself is really useful because it boosts dexterity by three while lowering focus a little, but all the focused effects are resistance to sleep and madness, and these are probably the two rarest status effects in the game, so not really a big negative.

It's just an all-around good set of armor for anyone who wants to insert a little sakuro into their game. I kind of really enjoy how they've managed to incorporate little pieces of different parts of all of their games into this series in ways like this. And number six is the mushroom set. Another bizarre one, but this time it actually serves a useful function.

To get it, you need to explore this miserable dungeon called the Seawater Cave, which is a place filled with annoying Mushroom Men and poison floors, but if you're thorough enough, you'll be able to collect this set, which is. I mean, pretty disgusting looking to wear, but it offers some pretty high resistance bonuses.

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Now the immunity is especially high, and that's what protects you from stuff like poison and scarlet rot. Having this armor equipped for areas like the lake of rot can make getting around significantly easier. There are a lot of poison swamps in this game, so having some kind of protection from them is really handy.

It doesn't offer a lot of physical protection, but if all you're trying to get through is like a really annoying swamp, this armor set can be an absolute godsend. And number five is the twin set. One of the coolest armor sets we've ever seen from software is this one, the twin set, which literally looks like it's got two people merged together into one set of armor.

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It's just so unique that the first time we saw it, we really had to know how to get it. Once again, it's not. It's like uniquely good armor; you can get the kinds of effects that it has elsewhere, but it's also strange and cool looking, and we kind of just wanted to have it. Normally it's worn by D, this weird guy that just hangs out in the round table hold, but if you manage to start up Fia's questline, she'll give you a dagger, but she says it needs to be returned to its owner.

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