Beautiful curves of silvery metal make this suit of armor a sight to behold on the battlefield.
Armor made of platinum.
Platina Armor is a mid-ranked armor that provides 36 Defense, nullifies Ice-elemental damage, and teaches Beast Killer. It can be bought for 10,500 gil at Daguerreo, and can be equipped by Steiner and Freya.
Platinum Armor is a high-ranked armor that provides 47 Defense and +7 Strength. It requires the Heavy Armor 7 license to equip, and can be bought for 9,300 gil at Archades and Balfonheim Port, or from the Bazaar from the "Platinum Gear" set. The set includes Platinum Helm, Platinum Armor and Platinum Shield, and requires Storm Magicite x6, Tanned Giantskin x6 and Insect Husk x2 to make for 19,120 gil.
In the Zodiac versions, Platinum Armor now provides 49 Defense and +7 Strength, and requires the Heavy Armor 8 license to equip. It can be bought for 8,500 gil at Archades and Balfonheim Port, from the Bazaar from the "Platinum Gear" set, found at Tchita Uplands (Fields of Eternity), or from the Hunt Club sidequest.
Brilliantly shining armor made of a lustrous white alloy of mythril and platinum.
Beautiful opal armor with exquisite curves.
Opal Armor is a mid-ranked heavy armor that provides 42 Defense and 3 Magic Resistance.
Platinum Armor is a mid-ranked heavy armor that provides 42 Defense, 3 Resistance, and teaches Tank for 200 AP to Defenders, Lanistas, and Ravagers. It can be obtained from the Bazaar from the "Silver-sheened Armor B" set.
Opal has an armor icon before its name. This armor provides 18 defense points and can be bought for 3,000 GP in the weapon shop to the west of Mt. Rocks.
Platinum Armor is a mid to high-ranked armor that provides 22 Defense and 5 Magic Defense.
Platinum Armor is a level 60 heavy armor that provides +2897 HP, +34 Bravery, and Physical Defense +5%. It can be obtained from the shop by trading 121,960 gil, Flame Armor, Gorgon Eye, and Hero's Desire x5.
Platinum is a chemical element with the chemical symbol Pt and an atomic number of 78. Its name is derived from the Spanish term platina, which is literally translated into "little silver".