There are various different types of armor in Throne Of Lies. The gender of your character depends on which armor you wear. Currently, all armors cost 50gp each, except the Squire's Plated Armor, which your character starts with. You can equip them in the customization menu, where you can also equip weapons.
Squire's Plated Armor (Male)
The Plate is a bit rusty, it smells of cabbage, the elbows squeak. However, it's shinier than expected and it was passed down for free! Includes a plate helm with an exposed face.
Obsidian Plate Armor (Male)
Those wielding this fine, obsidian armor shows royal advocacy to the Throne, backing the King's army. Crested with amber, this signifies both strength and nobility. Includes an ornate, face-covered helm.
The Feathered Huntress (Female)
These feminine, leather guards are both trendy and useful. This is the ideal weight between the look of both power and nobility. Includes a loose hood.)
Swiftfox Leather Cuirass (Female)
There is no finer leather in the realm than that of the Swiftfox. This gear is for the lady with tricks up her sleeve, providing protection and mobility, while slimming to the waist.
Elite Guard's Standard (Male)
The King's chosen wear this plated armor, shielding the bearer's face from harm, withholding any need for a "poker face". When times get tough, you will always appear steadfast.
Elite Officer's Standard (Female)
The standard issue battle armor for the castle's Elite Officers. In the tradition of gallant knights of yore, this armor offers maximum protection but minimal mobility.
Aegis of Dawn (Female)
The shining of the fearless warrior, the Aegis of Dawn is a relic of ancient royalty that has protected female fighters of Castle Adiart since the Princess recast it.
Drake-Hide Leather Tunic (Male)
Lined with the scales of young dragons, the Drake-Hide Leather Tunic affords ultimate protection in battle without limiting mobility. But only a knight brave enough to kill a dragon may wear it... or sell it.
Basalt Armament (Male)
Constructed from igneous volcanic rock found on the Island of Kama, the Basalt Armament allows for stealthy travel in and out of Castle Adiart. It may be wise to keep it out of the hands of assassins.
Crimson Regalia (Male)
The garb of nobles at leisure, the Crimson Regalia favors Style & comfort over protection. While a Noble's boots may be coated with dust from the market, the fine silk & sturdy leather clearly mark their status.
Noble's Gown (Female)
The luxurious velvet gown of the noblewoman is a status symbol known throughout the kingdom. The silken blouse laces up in the front & is covered by a fox fur lined vest for all seasons.
The Wealthy Merchant (Male)
Made from the finest materials & sourced from silk markets around the world, the clothing of the Wealthy Merchant displays the wealth and status of anyone who can afford to wear it.
Kirtle of the Devout (Female)
Blessed by the favor of the Gods, the Kirtle of the Devout is a flowing, medieval garment that showcases brilliant colors, allowing women to stand out from the crowd as a member of the chosen.
Fancy Jack (Male)
Rumors persist that the decapitated ghost of Fancy Jack, the first castle butler, still roams the halls. Just a head keeps him from rejoining the court.
First Mate's Garb (Female)
The first mate is ready to take the helm or keelhaul a stowaway at any moment's notice. Some say it's bad luck to have a woman on a ship. She agrees...for her enemies.