The Gaia Gear is an armor exclusive to the Black Wizard. It grants protection against Stone and Quake. It is the strongest armor in the 20th Anniversary version, and grants +35 Defense and +2 Weight. It is found in Lifespring Grotto, or can be won from Undergrounder.
The Gaia Gear, translated as Gaea Gear in the original SNES release, is a light armor that grants resistance against Petrification. There also exists a Gaea Hat in the SNES version, but it was re-translated as the Wizard's Hat. It grants +3 to Defense, Magic Defense, and Magic Evasion, and can be bought for 500 gil in Mysidia.
Gaia Gear retains all of its bonuses from Final Fantasy IV, but instead of protection against Petrify, grants protection from Gradual Petrify.
The Gaia Gear is a robe that boosts Earth-elemental damage dealt by the user. It grants +8 Defense, +10 Magic Defense, and +18 Magic Evasion.
The Gaia Gear is a light armor that grants the wearer the ability to absorb Earth-elemental damage. It grants +53 Defense and +43 Magic Defense. It can be bought from Thamasa in World of Balance or from Nikeah and South Figaro in World of Ruin.
The Gaia Gear is a light armor that teaches the spell Osmose to Vivi, and Support abilities Insomniac and High Tide to all other characters who can equip it. It boosts and absorbs the Earth element, and grants +25 Defense and +2 Magic Defense.
The Gaia Gear is a piece of Mystic armor that grants an HP bonus rather than a MP bonus, as well as a bonus to Magick Power.
The Gaia Gear is a Dancer's robe that can be equipped by Penelo.
The Gaia Gear is a high-rank light armor that grants the ability to absorb Earth-elemental damage and a small MP bonus.
Earth Robe grants +5 Attack, +108 Defense, and +10 Magic.
Gaia Gear is a mid-ranked robe, usable at level 40, and provides 39 Defense. It costs 248 gil to buy.
Earth Robe is a mid-ranked armor that provides 47 Defense, 9 Magic, and 23 Magic Resistance. It takes 1 slot, can be used by all races, and cannot be bought.
The Gaia Gear is a level 55 robe that raises HP by 1,427 and Bravery by 56. It also boosts Magic Defense by 15%.
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