Extraordinarily beautiful full-body armor that uses layer upon layer of plates forged from mythril produced in Eisenberg. This armor can withstand slashing, piercing, and bludgeoning attacks by exploiting the repulsive force between two separate pieces of mythril steel when subjected to an impact.
Mail crafted from mythril.
Mythril Mail is a mid-ranked armor that provides 18 Defense, -8 Evasion, and 8 Weight. It can be bought for 7,500 gil (6,000 gil in Easy Mode) at Crescent Lake or found at Mount Duergar. It can be equipped by the Warrior, Knight, Ninja, Red Mage, and Red Wizard classes.
Armor made of mythril.
Mythril Armor is a low-ranked armor that provides 10 Defense, -14% Evasion, 5% Magic Defense, and -20 Int/Spr. It can be bought for 700 gil (1,000 gil in the NES and PSX versions) at Altair and Machanon, found at Deist Cavern, or dropped from Sergeant and Beast Devil.
Armor of mythril, resistant against ghoul attacks.
Mythril Armor is a low to mid-ranked armor that provides 13 Defense, 4 Magic Defense, -10 Evasion, 2 Magic Evasion, and resistance to attacks from Ghouls. It can be bought for 17,000 gil at Mythril or dropped from Mythril Golem. It can be equipped by Cecil, Kain, and Cid. In the 3D remakes, it no longer carries the -10 Evasion penalty.
Mythril Armor returns as a low-ranked armor, providing the same stats as in the previous game. It can be bought for 17,000 gil at Mythril, dropped from Mythril Golem, or found in Mount Ordeals during Kain's Tale or in Rydia's Challenge Dungeon. It can be equipped by Cecil, Kain, Cid, Ceodore, Luca, and Golbez.
Armor forged from mythril.
Dazzling plate mail forged entirely from mythril.
Mythril Mail is a low-ranked heavy armor that provides 51 Defense and 34 Magic Defense. It can be bought for 3,500 gil at Maranda and Narshe, stolen from Proto Armor, or Metamorphing Magna Roader (Purple), Trapper, Onion Knight, Magitek Armor, Sky Armor, Satellite, Dropper, Schmidt, Onion Dasher, Pluto Armor, Heavy Armor, Chaser, Fortis, Junk, Magna Roader (Red), Garm, Dueller, Magna Roader (Brown), InnoSent, Death Machine, and Metal Hitman. It can be equipped by Terra, Locke, Edgar, Cyan, Celes, and Setzer.
Armor made of mythril.
Mythril Armor is a low-ranked heavy armor that provides 15 Defense, halves Water-elemental damage, and teaches the abilities Cover and Jelly. It can be bought for 1,830 gil at Lindblum (after disc 1), Alexandria, Treno (disc 3/4), and Esto Gaza (disc 3, before Desert Palace), or stolen from Thorn. It can be equipped only by Steiner and Freya.
Armor made from the valuable metal known as mythril. It is surprisingly light and sturdy.
Mythril Armor is a low to mid-ranked armor that provides +50 HP. It can be bought for 2,000 gil at an Outfitter after the 2nd battle at Merchant City of Dorter in Chapter 2 or found as rare treasure at Araguay Woods and Mining Town of Gollund.
Armor made of mythril. Lighter than it looks. For all tribes.
Mythril Armor is a low to mid-ranked armor that provides 60 Defense.
Armor forged of mythril. Lighter than it appears. For all tribes.
Mythril Armor is a mid-ranked armor that provides 51 Defense and has one available slot for jewels. It can be equipped by all races.
Mythril Armor is a low to mid-ranked armor that provides 15 Defense and 3 Magic Defense.
Mythril Armor returns as a level 1 heavy armor that provides +1168 HP, -22 Bravery, and is 1/3rd of the "Mystic Mythril" set. It can be obtained from the shop by trading 13,000 gil, Iron Armor, and Mythril x2.
Armor that shines in a beautiful silver hue. Similar to other equipment made of mythril, this piece of armor is light and easy to handle. Mythril has been known as magical silver due to its ability to retain its luster, a trait it shares with gold. Since ancient times, the dwarves have associated the gold they mine with the sun, while they link mythril to the moon. That association, however, gradually made its way to the human world, and explains why the mythril armor sports the carving of a moon on its surface.
mithril" is a metal found in many fantasy worlds. It was originally introduced by the fantasy writings of J. R. R. Tolkien, being present in his Middle-earth. It resembles silver but is stronger than steel, and much lighter in weight than either. The author first wrote of it in The Lord of the Rings, and it is retrospectively mentioned in the third, revised edition of The Hobbit in 1966. In the first 1937 edition, the mail shirt given to Bilbo is described as being made of "silvered steel". The name mithril comes from two words in Sindarin—mith, meaning "grey" or "mist", and ril meaning "glitter".The word "mythril" or "