- Common Armor
- Uncommon Armor
- Rare Armor
- Super Rare Armor
- Ultra Rare Armor
- Legendary Armor
- Epic Armor
- Nemesis Armor
Armor is the heart of fighting in knights and dragons. It determines the strength of your knights and with that the outcome of your battles.
Every armor type has its own specifications. They consist of attack and defense values and an element category. Armors with higher attack and defense values are generally stronger than armors with lower attack/defence values. You can increase the attack/defense values of your armors by enhancing them. The outcome of individual battles is influenced by the Elements of your armor. Every element is weak against armor of one element and strong against armor of another element. Every armor contains 1 or 2 elements.
Many sets of armor have a stronger form which is indicated by a "+" after its name, eg "Wing Warrior's Armor+". If the armor can be crafted and it has a plus version you can unlock the ability to craft this stronger armor by enhancing its basic version to a certain level. After the basic version is sufficiently enhanced you will receive a message indicating the + version is unlocked. Once the "+" version is unlocked all armors you craft of that type will be "+" armors.
The levels required to unlock the + version are:
- Level cap: 30 -----> unlocked at level 10.
- Level cap: 50 -----> unlocked at level 15.
- Level cap: 70 -----> Storyline Ultra Rare 3 star armors unlocked at level 20.
- Level cap: 70 -----> Epic Boss Legendary 4 star armors unlocked at level 35.
- Level cap: 99 -----> + version currently not able to be crafted.
In Knights & Dragons armors are categorised by Rarity. Lower rarity armors are easier to obtain by beginning players, higher rarity armors usually require more effort and trickery. Generally the higher the rarity category, the higher the strength of an armor. But that is not always the case. Every armor type has its own stats (attack/defense values). Some are atypically strong for the category and some atypically weak. Plus versions of lower categories are often stronger than normal versions of higher categories. A few craftable storyline armors are known for that. They are described as the Big Four and the Bigger Four.
Usually all armors in a certain rarity category have the same number of enhancement levels. Fusion Boost Armor is an exception. Although Fusion Boost Armors are categorised as Super Rare Armor they do not have the for that category usual 50 enhancement levels, but only 1.
How to ObtainEdit
You can obtain various armors by
- Crafting it from materials you gather in the Boss Drop Locations on the map
- Crafting it from materials you get by defeating Epic Bosses
- Fusing other armors in the Fusion Masters workshop
- Opening Chance Chests
- Deserving rewards in Arena battles or Guild Wars
Not every armor is craftable, not every armor is fusable and you can not win every armor all the time.
For an up-to-date, searchable and sortable list of armours, including by elements and rarity, please consult this Armour Chart (external link).