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Up to date as of January 31, 2010
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From Dofus

Cloaks are a piece of equipment. Most Cloaks can be crafted by tailors and maged by Costumagus'.

List of Cloaks

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Name Lvl Effects Conditions

Adventurer Cloak

1

  • None

Aerdala Cloak

65

  • None

Akwadala Cloak

41

  • None

Alowa Cape

48

  • None

Ambusherot

33

  • None

Ancestral Treecape

114

  • None

Banana Cape

28

Basic Cloak

1

  • None
  • None

Beanie Cape

45

  • None

Bearman Cloak

20

  • None

Beezing Cape

33

  • None

Black Rat Cape

105

  • None

Black Scaracape

53

  • None

Black Wab Cape

46

  • None

Blue Piwi Cape

1

  • None

Blue Scaracape

45

  • None

Bluish Cloak

3

  • None

Bobblecape

33

  • None

Bontarian Cloak

1

  • None

Boowolf Cloak

64

  • None

Bowisse's cloak

20

  • None

Brakmarian Cloak

1

  • None

Cap Cape

80

  • None

Cape Ability

17

  • None

Cape Adossia

80

  • None

Cape Anama

80

  • None

Cape Hernaum

80

  • None

Cape Hillary

34

  • None

Cape Huccino

44

  • None

Cape Hulco

80

  • None

Cape Rice

33

  • None

Cape S'loque

1

  • None

Cape Sulitis

80

  • None

Cape Tenfuture

148

  • None

Cape Ulais

14

  • None

Cape Wuera

80

  • None

Cape Ytal

80

  • None

Cape o' Tbelly

80

  • None

Cape of Good Hope

30

  • None

Cape of Spades

80

  • None

Caposh

33

  • None

Caracape

60

  • None

Caracape Minotoris

121

  • None

Carpet Cape

43

  • None

Chee Cape

185

  • None

Chief Bwork's Cloak

100

  • None

Chogreloting Cheeken Cloak

33

  • None

Cicapeda

30

  • None

Citrus Cape

30

  • None

Cloak Orporal

80

  • None

Cork Cloak

37

  • None

Cracklycloak

46

  • None

Cristalline Cape

21

  • None

Crow Cloak

45

  • None

Crowcape

45

  • None

Dark Cloak

12

  • None

Dazzling Cloak

55

  • None

Deadly Night Cape

190

  • None

Desire O' Ball Cloak

67

  • None

Dispenser of Justice cloak

30

Dofusteuse

6

  • None

Dragon Pig Cloak

103

  • None

Dreggon Cape

127

  • None

Earth Kwape

41

  • None

Eastern Wood Cape

36

  • None

Ellinie Cloak

14

  • None

Elya Wood's Cloak

80

  • None

F-Ha(r)t

80

  • None

Farle's Cloak

80

  • None

Feudala Cloak

92

  • None

Fire Kwape

41

  • None

Flowing Cloak

61

Gobbling Cape

10

  • None

Gobkool Cape

55

  • None

Golden Scaracape

58

  • None

Graytess Cape

105

  • None

Grazor

88

  • None

Great Bluish Cloak

6

  • None

Great Dark Cloak

19

  • None

Great Redness Cloak

16

  • None

Green Piwi Cape

1

  • None

Green Scaracape

45

  • None

Hairy Cloak

63

Hallelujah Cloak

46

  • None

Hooded Cloak

58

  • None

Horn Cape

71

  • None

Ice Kwape

41

  • None

Improved Wooden Wings

30

  • +151~200 Pods
  • +151~200 Initiative
  • None

Indifferent Coney Cape

14

  • None

Inky Veil

191

  • None

Itou Lascione Cape

21

  • None

Jellicape

60

  • None

Jules Yanos' Cloak

54

  • None

K Cape

45

  • None

Kapa Tass

30

  • None

Kitsou Wrap

62

  • None

Koalak Cloak

61

  • None

Kwag'U Cape

50

Legendary Cracklerocape

84

  • None

Little Red Waddling Cape

171

  • None

Mad Boowolf cloak

33

  • None

Mad Tofu Cloak

36

  • None

Maimpa Cloak

36

  • None

Maj'Hic Cloak

34

  • None

Mastralis Croak

127

  • None

Megacape

45

  • None

Minotoror Cloak

109

  • None

Minotot Cloak

156

  • None

Moopet Cape

61

  • None

Moowolf Cape

139

  • None

Mopy King Sovereign Cape

152

  • None

Mori Arty's Cloak

6

Mush Mush Cloak

9

  • None

Mushd Cloak

41

  • None

Nettlez

125

  • None

Noke's Cloak

41

  • None

Ouassingue Cape

97

  • None

Ouginak Cloak

50

  • None

Pandawushu Cloak

10

  • None

Phero-Cape

61

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Pineapple Cape

1

  • None
  • None

Pink Piwi Cape

1

  • None

Pirate's cloak

1

  • None

Poak Cloak

22

  • None

Powerful Dazzling Cloak

110

  • None

Prespic Cloak

37

  • None

Purple Cloak

10

  • None

Purple Piwi Cape

1

  • None

Ragoat

181

  • None

Rags

53

  • None

Rat Lord Ceremonial Cape

130

  • None

Red Piwi Cape

1

  • None

Red Scaracape

45

  • None

Redness Cloak

13

  • None

Royal Gobbling Cape

50

  • None

Salt 'n' Battery Cape

44

  • None

Santa Jaws Cape

1

  • None

Shika's Cape

80

  • None

Siks Wonn Ein Cape

42

  • None

Sin Cape

14

  • None

Slait Cape

47

  • None

Small Bluish Cloak

1

  • None

Small Dark Cloak

8

  • None

Small Redness Cloak

8

  • None

Sponge Cape

10

  • None

Swashbucloak

22

  • None

Terrdala Cloak

63

  • None

The Gobb

23

  • None

The Godfather's Cape

48

  • None

The Red Cape

9

  • None

Tofu Cloak

26

  • None

Treecapa

45

  • None

Treecloak

10

  • None

Turkocape

50

  • None

Vampire Cloak

29

  • None

Vampyre Cape

41

Vegicape

58

  • None

Viootifool Cape

45

  • None

Wa Wabbit's Cloak

30

  • None

White Rat Cape

102

  • None

White Scaracape

45

  • None

Wind Kwape

41

  • None

Winter Cloak

1

  • None
  • None

Wooden Wings

20

  • None

Worn Soft Oak Cape

142

  • None

Yellow Piwi Cape

1

  • None
Name Lvl Effects Conditions

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates Enemy
Cape
Japanese {{{japan}}}
Romaji {{{romaji}}}
Location Crystal Temple (Story Mode and Multiplay)
Item Dropped Cure Magicite, Clear Magicite, Raise Magicite
Lift No
Sturdiness Easy to knock over
Rage Time None
Element None
Guard None
Resistant to Nulls all Elements
Story Mode
Play First Second Third
HP 557 1,557 2,557
ATK 0 180 390
DEF 141 279 430
MAG 0 89 187
LUCK 0 0 0
EXP 50 400 800
Multiplay
Mode Normal Hard Very Hard
HP 1,114 3,114 5,114
ATK 0 198 429
DEF 0 0 0
MAG 0 0 0
LUCK 0 0 0
EXP 50 400 800

The Cape is a boss from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates.

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

Contents

Purpose

Capes are the universal symbol of an allegiance to a guild. Each Guild can create a unique look for their cape by customizing the user-defined symbol, colors, detail and cape trim. This symbol also adorns the Guild Menu pop-up window, as well as serving as your Guild's symbol in alliance listings.

Wearing a cape

Guild capes are purely cosmetic and will not grant wearers bonuses or advantages, it is just an indication of which guild you belong to.

Ways to acquire a cape:

  • Join a pre-existing Guild that has already purchased a cape.
  • If you are the leader of a Guild, purchase a cape from the Guild Emblemer.

Displaying a cape

On the inventory window there is a drop down menu next to a checkered cape image that will let you select from one of the following options:

  • Always Show
  • Hide in Towns and Outposts
  • Hide in Combat Areas (Except PvP)
  • Always Hide (Except PvP)

Cape customization

The Guild Emblemer Interface

Capes are customized by going to the Guild Emblemer. Capes can be designed by any member or officer but can only be changed by the guild leader. Designing a cape is free, but each time the cape is changed/created, it will cost 2 Platinum.

Cape detail

All 32 cape details available in Guild Wars

The details of a cape is the pattern which lies underneath the emblem. There are 32 possible details from which to choose. Selecting the detail check box in the Guild Emblemer tool box, clicking on the two single arrows beneath the preview of your character's cape will change the detail pattern. Clicking on the colors or adjusting its brightness with the slider beneath the color tool will preview the cape with that color.

Emblem

The 174 guild emblems available in Guild Wars

An emblem is the symbol of your guild. There are 174 (173 if you don't count the blank one) possible emblems from which to choose. Selecting the emblem check box in the Guild Emblemer tool box and clicking on any of the emblems at the bottom of the screen will show you how it will look on your cape. Clicking on the colors or adjusting its brightness with the slider beneath the color tool will preview the cape with that color. With each new campaign of Guild Wars, there are contests held to determine new guild emblems that will be available upon release.

Cape trim

All 9 cape trims available in Guild Wars

The cape trim is the outer edge of the cape, the type of trim can be changed but the color can only be changed through special events. There are 9 possible trim designs from which to choose. The two double arrows in the background color check box allow you to change the trims design of your cape.

Cape trims (gold, silver or bronze) are awarded to Guilds that place well in worldwide Guild Battle (GvG) tournaments or championships. Four such championships have occurred:

Position color:

  • The winning players of a season ladder, GvG championship or monthly automated tournament will have their fringe changed to gold permanently.
  • Players that are in guilds from 2nd place to 16th place in the tournament will have their trim changed to silver until the end of the next announced season.
  • Players that are in guilds from 17th to 32nd in the tournament will have their trim changed to bronze.

Background color

The background color is changed by selecting the background color check box. Clicking on the colors or adjusting its brightness with the slider beneath the color tool will preview the cape with that color.

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article is about capes. For items called cloaks, see Cloaks.
This article is about Dye-able capes. For other uses, see Capes.

An ordinary Cape (seen at right) is a basic piece of equipment usually worn by all combat classes, as it provides no penalties to attack or strength and offers slight bonuses to defence.

Bonuses
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  Attack bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged
0 0 0 0 0
  Defence bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged Summoning
0 +1 +1 0 +2 0
Other bonuses
Strength Ranged Strength Prayer Magic Damage (%)
0 0 0 0

Cape Colours

Below is a list of normal cape colours and how to obtain them. White dye cannot be used on capes. Some capes offer certain combat bonuses.

Cape Components Notes
File:cape pink.png
Pink
Pink dye, which is obtainable from Betty in Port Sarim for 20 coins after a player completes The Hand in the Sand. A members-only item. The dye is initially used in The Hand in the Sand to make a truth serum. It is made by using redberries and white berries on bottled water.
File:Cape red.png
Red
Red dye, which requires 3 redberries and 5 coins. Can also be obtained from Thessalia's Fine Clothes in Varrock or as a very rare drop from a Goblin.
File:cape orange.pngOrange Orange dye, a mixture of red and yellow dye.
File:Cape yellow.pngYellow Yellow dye, which requires 2 onions and 5 coins.
File:Cape green.pngGreen Green dye, a mixture of blue and yellow dye.
File:Cape blue.png
Blue
Blue dye, which requires 2 woad leaves and 5 coins. Can also be obtained from the Champions' Guild.
File:cape purple.pngPurple Purple dye, a mixture of blue and red dye. There is a purple dye respawn to the east of the battlefield, near the Spirit tree, south of East Ardougne.
File:cape black.pngBlack Black mushroom ink, pick a black mushroom and use it with your pestle and mortar. Can be obtained from killing a highwayman.

Capes can be dyed to another colour using dyes. Dyeing a cape gives a player 2.5 crafting experience. To make dye, a player must bring ingredients and 5 coins to Aggie in Draynor Village or Ali the Dyer in Pollnivneach, and the player will receive dye.

A player wearing all the basic capes.

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

A cape was an item of clothing. In 22 BBY, HoloNet News ran a piece in their "Life Section" titled "Inside Fashion: Capes are Still Hot!" Lando Calrissian typically wore a cape as part of his outfit. General Grievous sometimes wore a cape as did some of his IG-100 MagnaGuard bodyguards.

Lando Calrissian frequently wore capes.

Appearances

  • Jedi Apprentice: The Dark Rival
  • Jedi Apprentice: The Hidden Past
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Mandalore Plot"
  • Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
  • The Last of the Jedi: The Desperate Mission
  •  Inside Fashion: Cape are Still Hot!HoloNet News Vol. 531 50
  • Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
  • Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

See also


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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

File:Cape.gif
This item is in the Body Equipment class
Cape
Attributes: Arm:1
Weight: 32.00 oz.
Loot value: 0 gp.
Dropped by: Enlightened of the Cult, Ghost, Hand of Cursed Fate, Lizard Snakecharmer, Quara Mantassin, Quara Mantassin Scout, Witch.
Buy from: Rudolph (Edron) 9 gp
Sell to: None.
Notes: This cape is used as a armor, and cannot be used in the arrow slot or amulet slot to provide extra armor.

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
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One way that non-Transformer species seem to have influenced Cybertronian culture is the relatively rare occurrence of Transformers wearing clothing, as most prefer to be naked.

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Capes

Optimus and Megatron: Slaves to Fashion

From time to time, some high-ranked Cybertronians tend to wear capes. Presumably, they are a symbol of office, as only generals, commanders, and other such leaders have been seen sporting them. Exactly what material these capes are made from is unknown, but one presumes that Earth-style fabrics are likely extremely rare on Cybertron (which could make the capes even more special, considering).

  • Optimus Prime and Megatron wore capes while serving as the leaders of the Cybertron Alliance. Prime's was purple (the Decepticon color), while Megatron's was red (the Autobot color). Whether this was a symbol of high office or just a desire to look pretty is unknown.
  • Starscream wore a cape, large shoulder pads, and a crown at his coronation as Decepticon leader. The crown alone survived Galvatron's blast, only to be crushed under his feet.

Trenchcoats

You better accept the terms, or...

Quite a few characters have been depicted wearing trenchcoats, mostly when involved in detective work or similarly secretive activity.

  • Nightbeat has been drawn quite a few times wearing a trenchcoat and fedora, due to their connection with detective fiction. He pulls it off pretty well, actually.
  • The Micromaster Air Strike Patrol wore trenchcoats and fedoras while trying to pass as human professional wrestlers. Interestingly enough, these coats somehow obscured large physical protrusions on their bodies (jet intakes, wings, etc.). The Interplanetary Wrestling Championship!

Pretenders

No, really, thanks. I got to go now.
  • Most of the Pretender toys have clothing molded onto their Pretender shells. Naturally, it's only pretend clothing, being part of the Transformers' shells (which themselves might be considered a form of clothing).
  • In the TV commercial for the Pretenders, the human Pretenders can take off and reveal the muscle of the outer shells.
  • In Super-God Masterforce, human Pretenders wear clothes in their everyday lives as normal humans.
  • Cloudburst also wears normal clothing in Marvel Comics continuity. Recipe for Disaster!


Ponchos

*In crusty Mexican accent* Buenos días.
  • The Jointron brothers have been shown wearing ponchos and sombreros, as well as using mariachi-style guitars and maracas. This is both hilarious and racist.
  • Lockdown wore a poncho when he showed up on the remains of the Nemesis in reference to the Man With No Name from the spaghetti western A Fistful of Dollars. A Fistful of Energon


Helmets, hats and masks

This didn't happen. This didn't happen. This didn't happen.
  • During the Dark Ages, Jetfire sported a face-mask resembling his original toy, which was later upgraded into a fully removable helmet that he wore along with detachable armor. Skyfire (comic issue) He would also wear a helmet (based on that of his Classics toy) during the events of Stormbringer.
A cap-like helmet
  • Bulkhead wore a beret while indulging in his artistic tendancies. He was probably trying to be like human artists though.
Note: The significance of the principal two Transformers' heads really being helmets (in IDW continuity, at least) has not been expanded upon.


Holidays

  • The magic of Christmas once made Optimus Prime dress up in a festive outfit. Obviously, the big guy is a little too open to suggestion. The same holds true for Grimlock, it seems.


??????

Robot dancing!?

Sometimes, people on Earth wear clothing to look like various Transformers. Sometimes this is hot, sometimes this is sad.

Others

Hey, cover up! There are children watching!
Me Grimlock say it fun to learn! (Because knowledge is power!)
  • Grimlock is a king of fashion, at times wearing a crown, a bandana, an apron, and... err...
  • The Maximal Elders wear robes. They have their reasons, and they do not concern you.
  • The exo-structures of the members of Council of Ancients resemble robes. They also have their reasons.
  • The Space Mini-Con Team and Armada Sureshock have disguised themselves as humans using large, heavy jackets, coats, baseball caps, hats, sunglasses, and other items of clothing to try to blend in with other people in robot mode.
And yet, somehow not as ludicrous as the other Time Cop.
  • Six-Speed's curiosity about human clothing led him to examine the closets of his human friends Bud and Coby. However, his attempt to dress like a human basically amounted to putting random articles of clothing on his limbs, looking more ridiculous than clothing-wearing Transformers normally do. Which is kinda amazing.


See Also

  • Christmas - Some Transformers will dress up for the holiday.

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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From City of Heroes Wiki

Overview

Cape is used to mean:

  1. an optional costume part
  2. slang used by some gangs for a Hero character

Cape Mission

See Also

  • Obsidian Farmer's Guide to/Database of Capes

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