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Titan Cuirass

Titan Cuirass

Balance 51
Weight 40
Cost 5000
Class 4 Heavy Armor
Special -
Defences
Strike 60
Slash 84
Fire 51
Lightning 62
Poison 56
Holy 62
Arcane 63

 Titan Cuirass is a Chest Armor in Salt and Sanctuary.

 

 

Massive iron plate armor worn by Armor Guardians.

Wearing this monstrosity requires unparalleled armor skill and an immense amount of endurance, but the benefits quite literally outweigh the drawbacks.

 

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Location/Where to Find

  • The entire Titan's set can be found in the Castle of Storms, after defeating the boss and obtaining the jagged key. From the sanctuary, go left and take the stairs down to a room directly below the sanctuary with an Armor Guardian and two Emberskulls. Open the door to the left with the jagged key and proceed to the room under the one with the Armor Guardian. Beware of the traps, but you will find the Titan Set in the chest at the right end of the room.

 

 

Titan Cuirass Upgrade Table

 

  Strike Slash Fire Lit Poison Holy Arc

0

60 84 51 62 56 62 63

I

66 101.6 61.7 75 67.7 75 76.2

II

72.5 122.9 74.6 90.7 81.9 90.7 92.2

III

79.8 148.8 90.3 109.8 99.2 109.8 111.6

IV

87.8  180.0 109.3 132.9  120.0 132.9 135.0

V

96.6 217.8  132.2 160.8  145.2 160.8 163.4 

VI

 106.2  148.8  90.3  109.8  99.2  109.8  111.6
VII  116.9 163,6 99,3 120,8 109,1 120,8 122,7

 

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    • Anonymous

      08 Feb 2018 09:46  

      I would have to say, looking at all the heavy armor sets. This is the better one out of the late tier sets you can acquire.
      Idano about any one else but i see a running theme that all 5th tier gear is... surprisingly... bad to there level 4 counter parts.
      the exception being some weapons but... it seems far more beneficial to use the level 4 variants regardless of items.
      But i digress..

      Simply put out of all the heavy armors, this is your best well rounded heavy armor. Not to mention it has the most balance of any heavy armor. Which... most people would say well "GIT GUD" (thanks combat tab) & simply don't get hit. But if you are going heavy armor the idea is for the armor to protect you from hits so you can be a tank-y bad-ass. And Well simply under that notion I would not look past this set being your prime choice when it comes to heavy armor.

      I would also say keep the "Frayed Sugegasa" as early on trying to wield this set & be effective in combat can be taxing with out it.

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