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Restored Dragoncraft Armor

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Restored Dragon Relics[edit]

Restored Dragon Relics can be obtained by completing Epic Gianthold quests. At the end of each quest, you have a chance to loot one or more relics. At the end of the chain you are offered 4 of each type of Restored Relic in the chain rewards list.

Turn in 10 Restored Dragon Relics to receive an armor. All are ML:23 and bind to character on equip.

The armor comes in several varieties:

  • Breastplate - AC 20, MDB 6, ACP 2, SF 25%
  • Docent - Adamantine Body +20, Mithral Body +9
  • Leather Armor - AC 13, MDB 14, SF 15%
  • Plate - AC 26, MDB 1, ACP 4, SF 35%
  • Robe - AC 9

All Restored Dragoncraft Armors share the following properties:+6 Enhancement BonusIcon tooltip.png+6 Enhancement Bonus: +6 enhancement bonus to Armor Class., Fortification +100%Icon tooltip.pngFortification +100%: This suit of armor or shield produces a magical force that protects vital areas of the wearer much more effectively. When a critical hit or sneak attack is scored on the wearer, there is a 100% chance that the critical hit or sneak attack is negated and damage is instead rolled normally., Protection +7Icon tooltip.pngProtection +7: Passive: +7 Deflection bonus to Armor Class., Shield +6Icon tooltip.pngShield +6: While this item is equipped, you are partially protected by a field of magical force which can deflect enemy attacks. This item provides a +6 Shield bonus to Armor Class. It does not stack with an equipped shield.

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