The 5 best and worst armor sets in Dark Souls 2

In Dark Souls 2, armor sets were better taken apart and used individually, which made all players more or less look like they were dressed after rummaging through the garbage shop of a perfume store after Halloween. Other players sacrificed their best stats in order to use a whole set of armor to look cohesive. This article summarizes the results of the process of figuring out which sets work and don’t work, both visually and functionally.

TOP 5 best armor in Dark Souls 2

Alonnes Captain’s Set

Stat Helmet Armor Physical 53 162 Hit Def 50 153 Slash Def 56 171 Resist 53 162 Magic Def 11 34 Fire Def 17 53 Lightning Def 7 23 Dark Def 11 34 Poison Res 6 17 Bleed Res 12 38 Petrification Resist 0 0 Curse Resistance 0 0 Balance 12 38 Weight 5.1 15.6

No, there are no trousers in the set. Or shoes. Or gloves. There are only two parts in this “set”. Maybe set isn’t quite the right term. Maybe accessories? Whoever is looking for the complete set will join the list of NPCs with a very sad life.

Why did he make the list of the best? In addition to looking great with these dragon duelists, the items are also quite usable. The stats are fantastic so players can use their favorite gear in other slots and still look phenomenal in torso and head.

How to get the Alonnes Captain’s Set

At first, players will have to defeat none other than Sir Alonne himself. After defeating him, Magerold of Lanafir in the Iron Citadel sells the complete set for 74,000 souls. Some players were able to get a piece of the set from Sir Alonne himself in the form of a phantom, but this is considered a glitch.

Set of Auros

Stat Helmet Armor Bracers Leggings Physical Def 46 122 49 70 Hit Def 44 118 37 68 Slash Def 48 128 41 74 Versus 46 123 39 71 Magic Def 16 43 14 25 Fire Def 16 42 13 24 Lightning Def 11 30 10 17 Darkness 17 46 15 26 Poison resistance 13 34 11 20 Bleed resistance 16 44 14 25 Petrification resistance 0 0 0 0 Curse resistance 0 0 0 0 Balance 0 18 6 10 Weight 6 10.1 3.2 5.8

This heavy-looking set of armor is surprisingly mobile. The Auros armor set is well-protected and stands up to the most vicious characters in the franchise – it’s a tempting choice for all players who come across it. Plus, spikes add height!

It’s a controversial choice for one reason only: this armor set has a transparent alternative that some players like to walk around in. But isn’t there a warning story about a proud man and invisible clothes? Fur underwear in this game is not flattering enough to justify the resulting awkwardness.

How to get the Auros set

The first and most common way to get the armor is to get it from the Explorer’s Swarm in the Saints’ Tomb. However, there is a secret way to get the armor. Spend 15,000 souls at Maglin and then come back completely ruined. He will give the player the armor of his best buyer.

Heid Knight Set

Stat Grandhelm Armor Bracers Leggings Physical Protection 59 108 53 63 Hit Protection 56 101 50 59 Slash Protection 63 115 57 68 Standoff 59 108 53 63 Magic Protection 10 18 11 11 Fire Protection 13 16 9 14 Lightning Protection 9 24 12 9 Darkness resistance 18 33 8 19 Poison resistance 19 35 17 21 Bleed resistance 15 27 13 16 Petrification resistance 0 0 0 0 Curse resistance 16 28 14 17 Balance 11 20 8 10 Weight 6.0 10.9 5.4 6.4

This is perhaps the most iconic armor in Dark Souls 2, and rightfully so. The image of a white knight, in which arrows fly, but he continues to fight, despite the pain. If this is not a metaphor for the gameplay of this franchise, then nothing like that.

When it is found, the player will immediately notice a huge increase in defense capability. Two different helmets have “Heide” written on them, so be prepared to customize everything that drops from other cool DLC bosses.

How to get the Heide Knight Set

Unsurprisingly, items of this equipment drop from the knights of the same name. Knights spawn in three locations: the Forest of Fallen Giants, the Lost Bastille, and the Shrine of Winter. To get the full set, use the Bonfire Ascetic, which can reset spawns.

Seth Havela

Stat Helmet Armor Bracers Leggings Physical 110 285 168 168 Strike 95 246 145 145 Slash 125 324 191 191 Counter 110 285 168 168 Magic 15 38 23 23 Fire 16 41 25 25 3 Lightning 20 Darkness Resist 15 38 23 23 Poison Resist 5 11 7 7 Bleed Resist 26 67 40 40 Petrification Resist 11 28 17 17 Curse Resist 11 28 17 17 Balance 19 51 31 31 Weight 7.5 19.5 11.5 11.5

Sometimes players need the biggest and heaviest armor in the game to protect the best classes in the game. When they finally get it, they hold their breath in anticipation. If the whole character build revolves around this armor, will it be good?

Luckily for tanks, there is some fantastic news: Havel’s Set is statistically in perfect order, and its appearance really reflects the style of the game. With extra chains hanging all over the place and a smooth finish, no gamer will be disappointed with this walking cannonball.

How to get the Havel set

A forgotten key in Black Gulch opens several doors that are critical to completing the quest, but one of the most important doors is located in the Chute. Go through the room with the vases to the clay door. The armor is inside.

Seth Vengarla

Stat Helmet Armor Bracers Leggings Physical Def 99 219 77 115 Strike Def 93 207 73 108 Slash Def 105 234 82 122 Resist 99 219 77 115 Magic Def 15 34 12 18 Fire Def 19 42 15 22 Lightning Def 14 30 16 Darkness 15 34 12 18 Poison resistance 14 32 11 17 Bleed resistance 18 40 14 21 Petrification resistance 0 0 0 0 Curse resistance 0 0 0 0 Balance 12 34 8 14 Weight 6.8 15.1 5.3 7.9

Thanks to the underground nature of some of the optional bosses in the series, playing through the game is a messy experience. Therefore, it is very important to have an ordinary appearance; someone is not afraid to get dirty and dirty. Even better, when these smudges and smears can enhance the effect of dirt.

Vengarl’s set looks like a fantasy hunter’s dream come true. The character looks stylish, dressed in a bear skin, with the head of an animal above his face. The layer of chain mail underneath the hide makes the armor stand out even more.

Where to buy Vengarla set

It is known that Vengarl was divided into two parts. Naturally, to get this set, you need to visit both places. Talk to the head of Vengarl in Shadowwood until she has no dialogue options left, after which she will hand over the helmet. The rest of the items can be obtained from the body of Vengarl, which is located by the fire in Freya of the dear duke.

TOP 5 worst armor in Dark Souls 2

Seth the Robber

Stat Hood Armor Bracers Pants Physical Protection 22 57 33 33 Hit Protection 24 62 36 36 Slash Protection 22 56 32 32 Standoff 20 53 31 31 Magic Protection 11 28 16 16 Fire Protection 9 22 13 13 Lightning Protection 8 21 12 12 Darkness Resistance 9 24 14 14 Poison Resistance 9 23 13 13 Bleeding Resistance 9 23 13 13 Petrification Resistance 0 0 0 0 Curse Resistance 0 0 0 0 Balance 0 0 0 0 Weight 1.2 3.1 1.8 1.8

Have you ever loved how a character fights the best bosses in the game, but wish they had a piece of equipment that made their elbows look fluffy and massive? Not? But some designers felt it necessary to fulfill this unwanted desire.

Aside from the cartoony look of the joints, the stats of this gear are simply unforgivable. Elemental defense is weak, and physical defense, despite being medium armor, is on par with some light armor in the game.

Lion Mage Set

Stat Robe Bracers Skirt Physical Def 39 25 25 Strike Def 41 26 26 Slash Def 36 23 23 Standoff 36 23 23 Magic Def 37 24 24 Fire Def 30 19 19 Lightning Def 31 20 20 Dark Def 37 24 24 Resist poison 17 11 11 Bleed resistance 17 11 11 Petrification resistance 20 13 13 Curse resistance 45 29 29 Balance 0 0 0 Weight 2.2 1.4 1.4

The problem is that this set of armor does not match its appearance. The top and bottom look a bit disheveled, but the pristine gold bangles add an element of class to a look that is completely devoid of class.

Some say it’s the best game in the series, but it’s definitely not because of this armor set.

Seth Pharaam

Stat Helmet Armor Bracers Leggings Physical Protection 47 124 46 78 Hit Protection 45 118 44 74 Slash Protection 51 133 50 83 Standoff 48 126 47 79 Magic Protection 11 28 10 18 Fire Protection 12 30 11 19 Lightning Protection 7 18 7 12 Darkness Protection 11 28 10 18 Poison Resistance 9 24 9 15 Bleeding Resistance 12 33 12 20 Petrification Resistance 0 0 0 0 Curse Resistance 0 0 0 0 Balance 9 24 11 11 Weight 4.8 12.6 4.7 7.9

Faraam’s set is insanely heavy for the way it looks. And if physical protection justifies this problem, then elemental protection sucks. If you move around in such a slow armor, then hitting the elements is almost guaranteed. A lot of gamers would like to ask FromSoftware what they were thinking when they came up with these statistics.

Anything above the waist has no pretensions to style, but nothing below the zipper makes sense. Are those blue jeans? Are those smudged cowboy boots? And why is there no teal and silver white when the rest of the outfit is silver white?

Set Girmov

Stat Helmet Armor Bracers Boots Physical 86 129 129 59 Strike 86 129 129 59 Slash 90 135 135 61 Counter 82 123 123 56 Magic 12 19 19 8 Fire 11 17 17 8 Lightning 10 15 15 7 Darkness resistance 12 9 9 8 Poison resistance 24 36 36 17 Bleed resistance 19 28 28 13 Petrification resistance 13 19 19 9 Curse resistance 13 19 19 9 Balance 19 26 26 14 Weight 8.2 12.3 12.3 5.6

The Dukes of Hazzard is an American action comedy television series that delighted viewers from 1979 to 1985. One of the characters on the show was the infamous Daisy Duke, who wore short jeans that were further cut until they were too short for grandma’s comfort.

In 2014, Dark Souls 2 introduced a Gyrm armor set, a heavy armor suit, a massive Viking-style helmet, and… Daisy Duke’s trademark cropped denim shorts.

Combine that with the option to include biker gloves, and the result is the most confusing armor combo in the entire game. It’s so ridiculous to use the best bows of the game while wearing this monster.

Set of demons from the plavil’n

Stat Helmet Armor Bracers Leggings Physical 129 252 149 149 Strike 116 255 135 135 Slash 142 304 164 164 Counter 129 186 149 149 Magic 18 35 21 21 Fire 24 66 39 39 Lightning 20 Darkness Resist 18 35 21 21 Poison Resist 12 24 14 14 Bleed Resist 28 54 32 32 Petrification Resist 18 36 21 21 Curse Resist 18 36 21 21 Balance 15 39 23 23 Weight 9.0 17.6 10.4 10.4

Any fan of the game knew that this entry was only a matter of time. And here it is, the infamous Smelter Demon Kit. The stats are terrible for a bulky armor, and the open mids are an odd choice. But, sorry for all that, it’s still the worst armor in the game.

The helmet is a pair of horns with an extruded hole in the center for the face. There is no getting around this not-so-thinly-veiled resemblance to the back of human anatomy. This armor will be the butt of jokes for years to come.

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