- This item is rewarded with a choice of two augmentations (see below).
|Resale Price: Cannot be sold to NPCs.|
Used in Recipes
Obtained from Desynthesis
How to Obtain
|Cannot be auctioned, traded, bazaared, or delivered.|
- One of the three pieces of Body Armor that can be chosen as a reward for completing A Crystalline Prophecy (Fin.)
|Prismatic Key||Ode of Life Bestowing|
Upon obtaining this equipment, players will be provided with a list of Augments from which they may freely choose to supplement the armor's base attributes. Up to two different augments may be selected:
|Accuracy+10||Attack+10||Ranged Accuracy+10||Ranged Attack+10|
|Evasion+10||Magic Accuracy+4||"Magic Attack Bonus"+4||"Double Attack" +2|
|Critical Hit Rate +3%||"Store TP"+4 "Subtle Blow"+4||Enmity+5||Enmity-5|
|"Fast Cast" effect +5%||"Call Beast" ability delay -15||"Snapshot"+5||"Dual Wield" effect +3%|
|"Blood Pact" ability delay -4||Avatar perpetuation cost -2||"Quick Draw" ability delay -5|
|Pet: Accuracy+15, Ranged Accuracy+15||Pet: Attack+15|
|Pet: Magic Accuracy+7|
"Magic Atk. Bonus"+7
|Pet: "Double Attack" +2|
Critical hit rate +2%
- Augment bonuses to job abilities require access to the job ability to have any effect, they will not allow usage of the job ability.
- Job traits, excluding Dual Wield, will still grant the effect if you do not naturally have the trait however.
The preferred garb of the 'Black Mist' -a lethal band of Near Eastern assassins in the days of the San d'Orian civil war -the mere sight of this Aht Urhganian armor is enough to send a chill up the spine of anyone familiar with its origins. Masterfully crafted from resilient Marid Hide, the black leather is sturdy enough to ward off the most vicious of blows while still allowing the wearer a full range of body motion, a trait valued highly by the expert martial artists who employed it. Weathered by the years, the detachable mythril buttons were designed for use as payment in many a furtive transaction.
Mirke is a female name in Yiddish meaning "bitter" and also is a alternative spelling for Murky in Old English. Warde-cors translates to "bodyguard".