Armor in Dark Souls 3 provides the player with protection against damage and resistance to Status Effects, and adds Poise. In addition, armor is also a cosmetic choice, and individual pieces can be mixed and matched to create an optimized setup, from a defensive and fashion perspective. Contrary to past installments in the series, armor cannot be upgraded. To view individual pieces of armor please see the Helms, Chest Armor, Gauntlets and Leggings pages.




    • Anonymous

      19 Apr 2018 14:10  

      For a sweet ds2 "The pursuer"
      Lothric knight helmet
      Lorian chestpiece
      Black Knight Gauntlets
      Black Knight Leggings

      for equipment you can use

      cathedral greatsword
      curseward greatshield
      Add some pale resin for some extra flare and you're set.

      • Anonymous

        16 Apr 2018 12:58  

        1: Firelink helm, Thorns armor, Slave knight hands, Lorian legs
        2: Sunset helm, Vilhelm armor, Slave knight hands, Morne legs

        • Anonymous

          08 Mar 2018 14:05  

          Fallen Knight helmet
          Fallen Knight chestpiece
          Fallen Knight Leggings
          Fallen Knight Gauntlets

          Add Irithyll straight sword and the grass shield and you can costplay as a Basic ds3 player

          • Anonymous

            02 Mar 2018 12:03  

            This comment section is a prime example as to why the Dark Souls PvP community is one of the worst communities out there. Nothing but twelve year olds or 20 year old greasy neckbeards saying "Git gud" "Casual" "You use __ weapon/armor? Kill yourself!"

            I am honestly ashamed to play the same games as the people in this community at times.

            • Anonymous

              22 Feb 2018 17:22  

              Sage's Big Hat
              Black Hand Armor
              Legion Gauntlets
              Sellsword Leggings
              Use the Crow Quills or the Estoc and you have yourself one sweet fashion

              • Anonymous

                17 Jan 2018 03:47  

                Any9ne got any info on the beat weight/poise ratio armor? And yes, poise is useful if you want to use heavy weapons.

                • Anonymous

                  12 Jan 2018 13:00  

                  Samurai: sages hat, nameless knight armour, fallen knight gauntlets, Alva leggings and a katana and glaive. PS un equip the glaive when not using look better

                  • Anonymous

                    22 Dec 2017 08:12  

                    If you're going for a fashion armor, I recommend filling EVERY SINGLE ARMOR SLOT. If any part of your body has no armor, you will take extra damage, which is very very bad.
                    If you must do it, I recommend using our crown to avoid extra head damage, master gloves for wrists, loincloth for legs, and masters for body. As little as you may care about defense, it is still extremely helpful to help you take a hit or two more.

                    • Anonymous

                      11 Oct 2017 01:10  

                      I'm upset that there are so few helmets with tassels.
                      It's a tradition for my chosen undead to wear a tasselled helmet.
                      ds1 was the helm of Artorias
                      ds2 was the heide knight iron mask

                      • Anonymous

                        19 Sep 2017 03:31  

                        I'm looking for gear that almost look like glass and as a glowing light in the chest piece does anybody know what that is

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