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|This article is about specific armor art types. For general information on armor, see Armor. For skill and equipment effects mentioning the word "armor", see Armor (rating).|
Categories of armor types
|By Profession||Standard Armor||Elite Armor||By Campaign|
| Core Professions
Warrior armor (QR)
Prophecies-specific sets and the PvP sets which share their art are omitted from this table. They are listed on the profession-specific armor pages.
Armor types by acquisition
Armor sets available in the beginning areas of each campaign are Standard armor, available in armor ratings ranging between 5 and 80 depending on player profession and armor crafter. The first armor available to new players for purchase is Standard armor.
- New roleplaying characters will not have access to Max Armor until they reach one of the game's major trading centers, where it costs 1 a piece, plus common and rare materials. PvE players can also exchange for Max Armor at collectors in harder-to-reach areas, but these armor pieces cannot be upgraded with insignia.
- PvP characters are automatically equipped with Max Armor.
- Elite Armor is always maxed, while Standard Armor can range from the profession's minimum to maximum.
- The first place in each campaign where its possible for characters to get max armor is Droknar's Forge in Prophecies, Kaineng Center in Factions and Consulate Docks in Nightfall. Many players run to these locations at an early level to maximise their character's chances of survival.
Elite armor always has the max armor rating and offers the same functionality as Standard Max Armor, but provides a more stylish design at significantly greater costs (both materials and gold). Elite armor is often called "15k armor" because of the 15 platinum price per piece on most Elite armor sets. Many, but not all, armor sets have corresponding Elite and Standard versions. Elite Armor is available to PvE characters through armor crafters who are deep into the campaign plot, and to PvP characters as a PvP reward.
Each profession also has its single, unique Obsidian art style. Obsidian armor is profoundly expensive, requiring numerous Globs of Ectoplasm and Obsidian Shards, in addition to other common and rare crafting materials. Obsidian armor is only available from the Eternal Forgemaster in the Fissure of Woe, and requires a lengthy set of prerequisite quests before the forge can be opened. All Obsidian armor possess the maximum armor rating available for each profession. Obsidian armor is often called "Obby armor" or "FoW armor" as it can only be crafted in the Fissure of Woe.
In addition to their default armor, all Nightfall heroes have an alternate set of armor obtained in one of the three Nightfall challenge missions as well as an alternate set of armor obtained in the Domain of Anguish. Likewise, all Eye of the North heroes have two additional sets of armors: Brotherhood and Deldrimor Armor.
There are two categories of PvP-Reward armor. Basic armor includes numerous Standard and Elite armor types and costs 20 tournament reward points per piece. Fancy armor is not available until a player has purchased 50 pieces of Basic armor on their account. The names, costs, and skins of Fancy PvP-Reward armor can be found here.