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Wearing the whole set gives you a total of 78 armor points, as well as a total of 210 additional melee damage points and +2.4 HP Regen and +15% Endurance points. The whole armor set costs a whopping total of 12,400,000 gold.
 
Wearing the whole set gives you a total of 78 armor points, as well as a total of 210 additional melee damage points and +2.4 HP Regen and +15% Endurance points. The whole armor set costs a whopping total of 12,400,000 gold.
   
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The Guild Knight Helmet is worn in the head equipment's slot. It can provide 15 armor and 70 bonus damage for melee and +0.8 HP Regen and +5% Endurance
 
The Guild Knight Helmet is worn in the head equipment's slot. It can provide 15 armor and 70 bonus damage for melee and +0.8 HP Regen and +5% Endurance
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Its price is 3,800,000 gold while its selling price is 1,000,000 gold.
 
Its price is 3,800,000 gold while its selling price is 1,000,000 gold.
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=== Trivia ===
 
=== Trivia ===
 
* Other viable methods of acquiring the Guild Knight set includes but not limited to the Grand Treasure Chests, Firefly Quest, and/or the Otherworld Presents.
 
* Other viable methods of acquiring the Guild Knight set includes but not limited to the Grand Treasure Chests, Firefly Quest, and/or the Otherworld Presents.

Revision as of 15:47, January 13, 2019


Summary

The Guild Knight Set is one of the many armor sets that can be acquired in the Frontier. The armor set was introduced during the Otherworld Update The Guild Knight set can be purchased from Strangeman or from Vhitmire, traveling shopkeepers that can be found in various spots of the Frontier.

Wearing the whole set gives you a total of 78 armor points, as well as a total of 210 additional melee damage points and +2.4 HP Regen and +15% Endurance points. The whole armor set costs a whopping total of 12,400,000 gold.

"The garnished helmet of the Guild Knight. Despite his name, the Guild Knight was a singular entity, a lone thief who stole from powerful guilds throughout his life."

The Guild Knight Helmet is worn in the head equipment's slot. It can provide 15 armor and 70 bonus damage for melee and +0.8 HP Regen and +5% Endurance

It is a garnished Helmet of a lone thief who stole from powerful guilds, as the description says.

Its price is 4,200,000 gold while its selling price is 1,200,000 gold.

"The garnished platebody of the Guild Knight. Despite his name, the Guild Knight was a singular entity, a lone thief who stole from powerful guilds throughout his life."

The Guild Knight Platebody is worn in the torso equipment's slot. It can provide 35 armor and 70 bonus damage for melee and +0.8 HP Regen and +5% Endurance

It is a garnished Platebody of a lone thief who stole from powerful guilds, as the description says.

Its price is 4,400,000 gold while its selling price is 1,400,000 gold.

"The garnished platelegs of the Guild Knight. Despite his name, the Guild Knight was a singular entity, a lone thief whole stole from powerful guilds throughout his life."

The Guild Knight Platelegs is worn in the leg equipment slot. It can provide 28 armor and 70 bonus damage for melee and +0.8 HP Regen and +5% Endurance

They are garnished Platelegs of a lone thief who stole from powerful guilds, as the description says.

Its price is 3,800,000 gold while its selling price is 1,000,000 gold.

Trivia

  • Other viable methods of acquiring the Guild Knight set includes but not limited to the Grand Treasure Chests, Firefly Quest, and/or the Otherworld Presents.
  • The Guild Knight was one of the three teased armor sets during the development of the Otherworld Update, alongside with the Chasm Magus set and the Crabsuit set.
  • The Guild Knight is mistaken as a "Guardian 2.0" set due to its similar appearances.

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