An armor quality, sometimes called an armor special ability, was the name of an enchantment that could be placed on a piece of armor. Pieces of armor enchanted in such a way usually made them more resistant to certain types of damage, enhanced the wearer's abilities, or allowed them to hide or creep easier.[1]

Enchantment[edit | edit source]

In order to enchant an existing piece of equipment, a versed enchanter had to use a powerful spell during the process. However, not all pieces of armor could be enchanted. Some specific enchantments were limited to the type of material the armor was made from.[1]

List of Armor Qualities[edit | edit source]

For an extensive list, see Category:Armor qualities

Any Armor[edit | edit source]

Metal Armor[edit | edit source]

  • Blueshine: gave the armor immunity to acid and rusting, and allowed the wearer to hide more efficiently.
  • Everbright: made the armor incredibly bright, as well as providing the wielder with resistance to acid.

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