Forged from the scales of the strongest lizards, Dragon Armor is impressive but considered of little use. The design provides reasonable resistance in it's own right, however, the materials used to create it do not provide the same level of bonuses as leather or metal.
All types of armor in a given set come with the same basic resists. For example, a platemail gorget provides exactly the same level of protection as a platemail tunic. Armor that is exceptionally crafted will receive a bonus that is further boosted by your character's Arms Lore skill, while Runic Tools, Imbuing or Runic Re-Forging can be used to send the total resistance level far higher than reachable by crafting, and also to add additional Item Properties.
Parts retain the color of the material from which they are made. Crafted (and not yet imbued) versions can have their durability increased, via Powder of Fortifying, to a maximum of 255 and can be dyed with Pigments of Tokuno. If crafted exceptionally by a GM+ crafter they can hold their maker's mark.
|Type||Equipment Slot|| Blacksmithy|
|Dragon Gloves||Hands Slot||68.9||16||75||2|
|Dragon Helm||Head Slot||72.6||20||75||5|
|Dragon Leggings||Legs Slot||78.8||28||75||6|
|Dragon Sleeves||Arms Slot||76.3||24||75||2|
|Dragon Breastplate||Chest Slot||85.0||36||75||10|