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Fallout

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Robes
File:ROBEINV.gif   File:Steelmonk.gif   File:Robed.gif
AC bonus: 5
Damage Type Damage Resistance Damage Threshold
normal: 20% 0
laser: 25% 0
fire: 10% 0
plasma: 10% 0
explode: 20% 0
electrical: 40% 0
weight: 10 pounds
cost: $90

Robes are a kind of armor in Fallout and Fallout 2. They are robes from the Children of the Cathedral.

Locations

  • Fallout: The Followers of the Apocalypse have some robes in their base at the Boneyard. You can also get the robes if you kill some Children of the Cathedral. A set can be found on some shelves in a locked room in the Children's hospital in the Hub, providing easy access to the Master at relatively low levels.

Notes

The robes can be used as a disguise in the Mariposa Military Base and the Cathedral.

Armor of Fallout
Armor of Fallout 2

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

The Black Robe

Robes are a recurring type of Body Armor on the series. They are often used exclusively by magic jobs, like the White Mage, the Black Mage, and the Summoner. Examples of recurring Robes in the series are the White Robe, the Black Robe, the Luminous Robe, and the Robe of Lords.

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Appearances

Final Fantasy

Main article: List of Final Fantasy Armor#Body Armor

Robes appear as armor for the Black Mage and White Mage classes.

List of Robes:

Final Fantasy II

Main article: List of Final Fantasy II Armor#Body Armor

Only two robes appear in this game: the White Robe and the Black Robe.

Final Fantasy III

Main article: List of Final Fantasy III Armor#Body Armor

Robes appear in this game as a type of armor preferred by mage-type jobs.

List of Robes:

Final Fantasy IV

Main article: List of Final Fantasy IV Armor#Robes

Robes can be equipped by Tellah, Porom, Palom, Rosa, Rydia, and Fusoya, though they are sometimes exclusive to some of these characters.

List of Robes:

Final Fantasy V

Main article: List of Final Fantasy V Armor#Robes

Robes can be equipped by magic-based jobs, such as White Mages, Black Mages, Time Mages, Summoners, Blue Mages, Red Mages, Chemists, Geomancers, Bards, Dancers, Oracles, Cannoneers, Necromancers, and Mimes.

List of Robes:

Final Fantasy VI

Main article: List of Final Fantasy VI Armor#Mage Robes

Robes can be equipped by Terra, Celes, Mog Gogo, Strago, and Relm, although the best are exclusive to the latter three.

List of Robes:

Final Fantasy IX

Main article: List of Final Fantasy IX Armor#Robes

Robes can be equipped by mage characters like Dagger, Vivi, Eiko, and Quina. The name of the robe indicates who can equip it.

List of Robes:

Final Fantasy XI

A subclass of the "Body" category of equipment, they usually include mage-oriented armor for all Mages, Puppetmasters, and Scholars. Jobs like Dark Knight and Monk can equip some robes, but there isn't much reason to.

Higher level non-job specific robes include:

  • Morrigan's Robe
  • Errant/Mahatma Houppeelande
  • Oracle's Robe
  • Dalmatica
  • Ixion Cloak
  • Goliard Saio
  • Shadow Coat

Final Fantasy XII

Main article: List of Final Fantasy XII Armor#Body 3

Robes appear as Body Mystic Armor in this game, and can be equipped by any character as long as he/she has purchased the necessary Licenses. This is the weakest type of armor, defense-wise, but is good for mage characters, since it provides the greatest magick defense and magick power boosts.

List of Body Mystic Armor:
  • Cotton Shirt
  • Lightwoven Shirt
  • Silken Shirt
  • Kilimweave Shirt
  • Sheperd's Bolero
  • Wizard's Robes
  • Chanter's Djellaba
  • Mage's Habit
  • Enchanter's Habit
  • Sorcerer's Habit

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

Main article: List of Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings Armor

Kytes and Ashe B'nargin Dalmasca can equip Robes. They have high Magick Defense and low Defense.

List of Kytes' Robes: List of Ashe's Robes:
  • Samite Coat
  • Carmagnole
  • Cleric's Robes
  • Glimmering Robes

Final Fantasy Tactics

Main article: List of Final Fantasy Tactics Armor#Robes

Robes can be equipped by mage jobs, as well as Knights.

List of Robes:

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Main article: List of Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Armor#Robes

Robes can be equipped by any magic-related jobs.

List of Robes:

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Main article: List of Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift Armor#Robes

Again, robes can only be equipped by magic-related jobs.

List of Robes:

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

There are many different types of Robes in RuneScape. Many of them are members-only. Some also give a prayer bonus.

Non-Members

Members

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SWG Wiki

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From SWG Wiki

Items > Clothing > Robes

Some cloaks are outerwear that tend to cover most other clothing and are open at the front, similar to some long Jackets and Cloaks; however, most fully cover the body. They can be worn by most species.


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