Resplendent silver armor vulnerable to lightning.
Silver Breastplate (銀の胸当て, Gin no Muneate?), also known as Silver Cuirass, Silver Hauberk, Silver Corslet, Silver Chestplate, Silver Chest Plate, and Silver Plate, is a recurring light armor in the series.
A breastplate made of silver.
Silver Cuirass is a low-ranked armor that provides 10 Defense, -5% Evasion, 5% Magic Defense, and -1 Intelligence/Spirit. It can be bought for 200 gil (400 in the NES/PSX version) at Bafsk, or found at Snow Cave, Paul's House, or Unknown Cave.
Silver Breastplate is a mid-ranked armor that provides 7 Defense, 4 Magic Defense, 5% Evasion, 2% Magic Evasion, and is strong against attacks from Ghouls. It can be bought for 2,000 gil at Kaipo and Baron, or found at Adamant Isles Forest, Cave of Eblan (Edge's Tale), or Underground Waterway (Edward's Tale). It can be equipped by everyone except Calca and Brina.
Must be polished regularly—but what a shine!
Silver Chestplate is a low-ranked armor for Vaan, which in its base form provides 27 Defense, 18 Magick Defense, +10 Magick, +5 Mind, and weakness to Lightning-elemental attacks. It can be bought in the Sky Saloon in Chapter 4 for 1600 gil, or found as a treasure in Mission 3-2.
A leather breastplate reinforced with silver. For all tribes.
Silver Corslet is a mid-ranked armor for all races that provides 45 Defense and 7 Magic.
Silver Hauberk is a low-ranked vest that provides 10 Defense, 5 Evade, and 3 Magic Defense.
A cuirass made of beautifully shining silver which is highly regarded as a valuable piece of art. It is especially popular due to the ornate designs carved on its surface, which often depict the goddess of was as a tribute. However, as it is the case with any other silver equipment, the silver cuirass will lose its luster when left unkempt. For this reason, many wealthy owners of this piece employ experts in silver polishing under their services.
Silver is a chemical element with the chemical symbol Ag and atomic number 47. A soft, white, lustrous transition metal, it possesses the highest electrical conductivity of any element and the highest thermal conductivity of any metal.
Silver often carries connotations of "second-best," especially when contrasted with gold.