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From Final Fantasy Wiki

Leather Equipment is a recurring type of equipment in the Final Fantasy series, and often shows as the weakest type of armor, tending to be the starting equipment of some characters. The Leather equipment set is made up of Armor, a Cap, Gloves, and a Shield, sometimes called a Buckler.

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Final Fantasy

Leather Armor is the second weakest armor, and the Leather Cap, Leather Gloves, and Leather Shield are all the weakest equipment pieces in their respective equipment categories.

Final Fantasy II

Once again, Leather Armor is the second weakest armor, and the Leather Cap, Leather Gloves, and Buckler are all the weakest equipment pieces otherwise.

Final Fantasy III

The Leather Armor is the third-weakest armor, and the Leather Cap and Leather Shield are the weakest shield and helmet.

Final Fantasy IV

The Leather Garb is the third-weakest armor, and the Leather Cap is the weakest helmet.

Final Fantasy V

The Leather Armor, Leather Cap, and Leather Shield are the weakest equipment pieces in the game. In terms of defensive power, the Gold Hairpin is technically weaker than the Leather Cap, but has a powerful ability that the Cap lacks.

Final Fantasy VI

The Leather Armor, Leather Hat, and Buckler are the weakest armor, although they are considerably stronger than other incarnations of Leather equipment in other games.

Final Fantasy VII

The Leather Glove is Tifa's starting weapon, and is the weakest weapon for her.

Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-

Leather Gloves is the initial weapon for Martial Arts (Male).

Final Fantasy IX

The Leather Wrist, Leather Hat, Leather Shirt, and Leather Plate are all weak armor pieces, only better than the "Hawaiian Gear".

Final Fantasy X

Tidus' shield becomes the Buckler when it has only one ability slot.

Final Fantasy XI

Various types of leather can be made into armor; among the most powerful is the Dusk armor crafted from Behemoth Leather.

Final Fantasy XII

The game has a larger variety of Leather equipment then previous installments. The Leather Shield is the second weakest shield, and the Leather Cap and Leather Clothing are the weakest Light armor pieces. There are also two stronger pieces of Light armor, the Leather Headgear and Leather Breastplate. The Leather Helm and Leather Armor are the weakest Heavy armor pieces.

The Leather Gorget is an accessory.

Final Fantasy Tactics

The Leather Armor is the weakest armor, and the Leather Clothing is the second weakest clothing, with the Leather Plate as the third weakest. The Leather Cap and Leather Helmet are the weakest hat and helmet, respectively. The Leather Cloak is the second weakest cloak.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

The Leather Garb is the weakest clothing in the game.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Leather Armor is the weakest light armor in the game, giving only +24 Defense and +4 Resistance.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Buckler is a Defense-raising artifact, boosting Defense by 1.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King

The Leather Armor is the weakest armor in the game, providing a mere 5 Defense. It can be bought for 42 Gil. The Buckler is the weakest shield in the game and provides 2 Defense, and is bought for 21 Gil.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

The Buckler, Leather Hat, Leather Clothing and Leather Gloves are all Level 1 equipment pieces and are the weakest equipment in the game. The Leather Armor is only marginally stronger than the Leather Clothing and is also a Level 1 equipment piece.

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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Basic armor
Profession: Any Image:NA-icon.png
Campaign: Prophecies, Factions and Nightfall
Bonus: Energy, Energy recovery, Health and
Armor depending on profession
Insignia: NA
Basic armor is an armor function that provides Energy, Energy recovery, Health and Armor bonuses depending on profession. It is available for Prophecies, Factions, Nightfall and Core armors. Every piece of armor other than festival headgear includes the basic armor bonuses. Basic armor does not include bonuses inherent to many insignia, runes, or attributes from headgear.

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Stats

Profession Type Armor Head Chest Arms Legs Feet
Core Professions
WarriorWarrior Inherent 25...80 Armor +20 (vs. physical damage)
RangerRanger Inherent 15...70 Energy +5 Energy recovery +1
Armor +30 (vs. elemental damage)
MonkMonk Inherent 5...60 n/a Energy +5 Energy +5 Energy recovery +1 Energy recovery +1
NecromancerNecromancer
MesmerMesmer
ElementalistElementalist
Guild Wars Factions
AssassinAssassin Inherent 15...70 n/a Energy +5 n/a Energy recovery +1 Energy recovery +1
RitualistRitualist Inherent 5...60 n/a Energy +5 Energy +5 Energy recovery +1 Energy recovery +1
Guild Wars Nightfall
ParagonParagon Inherent 25...80 n/a Energy +5 Energy +5 n/a n/a
DervishDervish Inherent 15...70 n/a Health +25 Energy +5 Energy recovery +1 Energy recovery +1

Prophecies and Factions

  • Basic armor is inherent to the armor and thus cannot be salvaged or replaced.
  • All armor comes with the Basic armor function.

Core (Obsidian)

  • Basic armor is inherent to the armor and thus cannot be salvaged or replaced.
  • Armor can be purchased with the basic armor function and either:
    1. an inherent bonus, or
    2. an empty Insignia slot that the user can add an Insignia to.
  • The headgear can be purchased with the basic armor function, an inherent Attribute bonus, and either:
    1. another inherent bonus, or
    2. an empty insignia slot that the user can add an Insignia to.

Nightfall and PvP

  • Basic armor is inherent to the armor and thus cannot be salvaged or replaced.
  • Nightfall and PvP armor comes with the basic armor function and an empty insignia slot that the user can add any Insignia to.
  • Nightfall and PvP headgear comes with the basic armor function, the Attribute function and an empty slot for Insignia.

Name variations

Core Professions

Campaign Warrior Warrior Ranger Ranger Monk Monk Necromancer Necromancer Mesmer Mesmer Elementalist Elementalist
Prophecies Recruit's Cap Ranger Mask, Simple Mask Monk Scalp Design, Believer's Scalp Design Necromancer Scar Pattern, Crude Scar Pattern Mesmer Mask, Discreet Mask Third Eye
Ringmail, Chainmail, Soldier's Rawhide, Leather Roughspun, Monk Initiate's, Necromancer's Dilettante's, Stylish Apprentice's, Elementalist's
Factions Recruit's, Warrior's Greenhorn's, Ranger's Vassal's, Monk's Initiate's, Necromancer's Fledgling's, Mesmer's Apprentice's, Elementalist's
Nightfall No name variations

Prophecies

  • Name variations listed above are for armor sets with the basic armor function without any additional inherent bonus.
  • Chainmail Helm for Warrior does not come with the Armor +20 (vs. physical damage) bonus.
  • Ringmail starter armor for Warrior comes with an Armor +10 (vs. physical damage) bonus instead of Armor +20 (vs. physical damage).

Factions

  • Name variations listed above are for armor sets with basic armor stats without any additional inherent bonus.
  • Recruit's starter armor for Warrior comes with an Armor +10 (vs. physical damage) bonus instead of Armor +20 (vs. physical damage).

Nightfall

  • All armor comes with the basic armor function and an empty insignia slot that the user can add any Insignia to.
  • Istani starter armor for Warrior comes with an Armor +10 (vs. physical damage) bonus instead of Armor +20 (vs. physical damage).

Factions Specific Professions

Campaign Assassin Assassin Ritualist Ritualist
Factions Tenderfoot's, Assassin's Pupil's, Ritualist's
Nightfall No name variations

Factions

  • Name variations listed above are for armor sets with basic armor stats without any additional inherent bonus.

Nightfall

  • All armor comes with the basic armor function and an empty insignia slot that the user can add any Insignia to.

Nightfall Specific Professions

Campaign Paragon Paragon Dervish Dervish
Nightfall No name variations

Nightfall

  • All armor comes with the basic armor function and an empty insignia slot that the user can add any Insignia to.

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Warrior Warrior

Ranger Ranger

Warrior headgear Ranger headgear
Prophecies Ringmail | Soldier's | Chainmail Rawhide | Leather (Collector) | Leather
Factions

Ascalon | Krytan | Tyrian
Shing Jea | Canthan | Kurzick | Luxon
Elite Kurzick | Elite Luxon | Elite Canthan

Ascalon | Krytan | Tyrian
Shing Jea | Canthan | Kurzick | Luxon
Elite Kurzick | Elite Luxon | Elite Canthan

Nightfall

Istani | Sunspear
Elite Sunspear | Vabbian | Ancient | Primeval

Istani | Sunspear
Elite Sunspear | Vabbian | Ancient | Primeval

Core Obsidian Obsidian

Monk Monk

Necromancer Necromancer

Monk headgear Necromancer headgear
Prophecies Roughspun | Monk (Collector) | Monk Initiate's | Necromancer's (Collector) | Necromancer's
Factions

Ascalon | Krytan | Tyrian
Shing Jea | Canthan | Kurzick | Luxon
Elite Kurzick | Elite Luxon | Elite Canthan

Ascalon | Krytan | Tyrian
Shing Jea | Canthan | Kurzick | Luxon
Elite Kurzick | Elite Luxon | Elite Canthan

Nightfall

Istani | Sunspear
Elite Sunspear | Vabbian | Ancient | Primeval

Istani | Sunspear
Elite Sunspear | Vabbian | Ancient | Primeval

Core Obsidian Obsidian

Mesmer Mesmer

Elementalist Elementalist

Mesmer headgear Elementalist headgear
Prophecies Dilettante's | Stylish (Collector) | Stylish Apprentice's | Elementalist's (Collector) | Elementalist's
Factions

Ascalon | Krytan | Tyrian
Shing Jea | Canthan | Kurzick | Luxon
Elite Kurzick | Elite Luxon | Elite Canthan

Ascalon | Krytan | Tyrian
Shing Jea | Canthan | Kurzick | Luxon
Elite Kurzick | Elite Luxon | Elite Canthan

Nightfall

Istani | Sunspear
Elite Sunspear | Vabbian | Ancient | Primeval

Istani | Sunspear
Elite Sunspear | Vabbian | Ancient | Primeval

Core Obsidian Obsidian

Assassin Assassin

Ritualist Ritualist

Assassin headgear Ritualist headgear
Factions

Shing Jea | Canthan | Seitung
Exotic | Imperial | Kurzick | Luxon
Elite Kurzick | Elite Luxon | Elite Canthan
Elite Exotic | Elite Imperial

Shing Jea | Canthan | Seitung
Exotic | Imperial | Kurzick | Luxon
Elite Kurzick | Elite Luxon | Elite Canthan
Elite Exotic | Elite Imperial

Nightfall Vabbian | Ancient Vabbian | Ancient
Core Obsidian Obsidian

Paragon Paragon

Dervish Dervish

Nightfall Istani | Sunspear | Elonian
Elite Sunspear | Vabbian | Ancient | Primeval
Istani | Sunspear | Elonian

Elite Sunspear | Vabbian | Ancient | Primeval

Core Obsidian Obsidian
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Runescape

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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

The leather gloves

Leather gloves are basic gloves worn on the hands that offer slight bonuses to Defence. Players can make these gloves through the Crafting skill at level 1 from soft leather, granting 13.75 Crafting experience. A player must have a needle and a thread to make them. They can also be found in the Varrock museum, on the wall of materials needed to clean the rocks.

Leather gloves can be fished with the big fishing net (giving no fishing experience). They also respawn south of the Edgeville bank and in Father Urhney's hut in the Lumbridge Swamp.

There was an infinite stock of them at Thessalia's Fine Clothes. Now there is only 10 in stock. Players who have completed the Digsite quest may obtain them from the tool rack in the Varrock Museum (but they will need to drop the gloves to obtain more than one).

The Canifis gloves are coloured versions of these gloves.

Leather gloves are the only kind of food that Creeping hands will eat.

Bonuses
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A player wearing leather gloves on the hands.
A player wearing leather gloves on the hands.
  Attack bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged
0 0 0 0 0
  Defence bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged Summoning
0 +1 +2 0 0 +1
Other bonuses
Strength Ranged Strength Prayer Magic Damage (%)
0 0 0 ?

Locations

This item can also be bought or sold at:

or get it free outside the bank in Edgeville

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