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Summary

The Guardian Set is one of the many armor sets that can be acquired in the Frontier. This armor set has been in the game since the Pre-Otherworld Update. The Guardian Set is obtainable by purchasing it from The Great Eyeman found in The Town of Right and Wrong.

Wearing the whole set gives you a total of 96 armor points, a bonus of 200 damage for all damage types, and 3 walkspeed. The whole armor set costs 10,000,000 gold.

"The huge helmet of an unusual hero."

The Guardian Helmet is worn in the head equipment's slot. It can provide 16 armor and 55 bonus damage for all damage types.

It is a helmet of a hero, as the description says.

Its price is 1,800,000 gold while its selling price is 180,000 gold.

"The huge torso piece of a divine hero."

The Guardian Torso is worn in the torso equipment's slot. It can provide 38 armor and 55 bonus damage for all damage types.

It is the chestplate of a hero, as the description says.

Its price is 3,850,000 gold while its selling price is 385,000.

"The huge upper-legs of a tall hero. Must be worn with Guardian Lower Legs to look proper!"

The Guardian Legs is worn in the leg equipment's slot. It can provide 30 armor and 55 bonus damage for all damage types.

They are the greaves of a hero, as the description says.

Its price is 3,000,000 gold while its selling price is 300,000 gold.

"The huge lower legs of a big-footed hero. Must be worn with Guardian Upper Legs to look proper!"

The Guardian Lower Legs, most commonly known as Guardian Boots is worn in the feet equipment's slot. It can provide 12 armor, 35 bonus damage for all damage types, and 3 walkspeed.

They are the large boots of a hero, as the description says.

Its price is 1,350,000 gold while its selling price is 135,000 gold.

Trivia

  • Like most items from the Frontier's release to the Otherworld Update, some armor pieces can be acquired from the Otherworld Tower dungeon.
  • It is the first set that had all damage types.
  • It is the only set that has footwear that gives damage.
  • Interestingly, each piece of this set uses a different word to describe the 'hero'.
  • In-game, it is misspelled as "Gaurdian Set" since the release of Fantastic Frontier.

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