- "A suit of armor made from small, interlinked iron rings."
- —Description, Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift
Chainmail (チェインメイル, Chein Meiru?), also called Chain Mail and Chain Plate (チェインプレイト, Chein Pureito?), is a recurring armor in the series. It is often a mid-ranked armor that is used by heavy melee classes such as Warrior and Dragoon, and usually provides decent Defense. It often does not provide any additional bonuses.
- "Mail of interwoven chain links."
Chain Mail is a low-ranked armor that is used by Warrior, Red Mage and their upgrades. It provides +15 Defense, +15 Weight, and is bought in Cornelia and Pravoka for 65 gil (GBA/PSP/iOS versions) or 80gil (other versions).
- "Amor made with chains"
- —Description of Chain Mail
- "Plate that provides brimmings strength"
- —Description of Chain Plate
Chain Mail is a low-ranked armor for Steiner and Freya. It provides +12 Defense and halves Earth-elemental damage, and teaches the abilities Bird Killer and HP +10%. Chain Mail can be purchased at Treno (Disc 2), Lindblum, (Disc 2), and Cleyra for a cost of 1,200 gil.
Chain Plate is a low-ranked clothes, providing +10 Defense, +1 Strength, and increases the strength of Lightning-elemental attacks. It teaches the ability Devil Killer, and can be equipped by Zidane and Amarant. It can be purchased for 810 Gil in Treno (Disc 2), Cleyra, Lindblum (Disc 2), Fossil Roo, and Black Mage Village (Disc 2/3), found in Gargan Roo, or stolen from Beatrix in Burmecia.
Chainmail is a popular lower level armor for heavy melee fighters, distinguished by its cerulean blue hue. Silver Mail is an upgraded version with the same appearance.
- "Armor fashioned from countless interlocking metal rings."
Chainmail is a low-ranked armor that can be bought in Chapter 1 for 4,000 gil and provides +40 HP. In the PlayStation version, the Ringmail is called the Chain Vest. It can be bought in Chapter 1 for 900 gil and boosts HP by 24.
- "Shirt of linked iron rings."
Chain Plate is a low-ranked armor that provides +28 Defense and +4 Resistance. It teaches the Catch ability to the Red Mage and Juggler classes, and can be bought for 900 Gil from the shop, or received as a reward for "Mixed" Treasure Hunts.
Chainmail is a low-ranked Light Armor that teaches the ability Counter to White Monks and Thieves. It provides +28 Defense and +4 Resistance, and can be bought for 220 Gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Clock Gear, Tanned Hide, and Ladies' Tresses.
Chain Mail is a mid-ranked armor, providing 9 Attack, 12 Intelligence, and -1 Agility.
Chainmail is the second weakest armor in the game, being usable at level 5. It provides 9 Defense and can be bought for 54 gil.
- "Armor that combines the protection of iron with the flexibility of chains. For all tribes."
Chainmail is a low-ranked armor that can be used by all races and genders. It provides 13 defense at level 1 and 93 defense at level 30, has one empty slot, and can be bought for 750 gil. It can also be created for 190 gil by using up two Leathers and three Irons. When turned into a jewel, a level 3-9 Chainmail makes a Guard Stone 1, level 10-19 makes a Hard Garnet, and level 20-30 makes a Guard Stone 6.
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Chainmail is a level 8 Light Armor which increases HP by 536. It can be purchased in the shop for 1,500 gil.
Chainmail returns as a level 1 Light Armor that provides +610 HP. It can be obtained by trading 1,000 gil.