A white cape that protects the wearer against silence. No matter how amazing a mage may be, no spell can be cast when his or her voice is sealed away. Wearing the white cape can offer some solace to those who fear being the target of a monster's silencing attack. All warriors should take great care not to end up in a position where they cannot launch an attack or use any type of restorative magic by falling pray to silence.
The White Cape (ホワイトケープ, Howaito Kēpu?), (not to be confused with the White Robe) is a recurring accessory in the Final Fantasy series. It usually provides moderate protection from various status ailments and gives well-rounded stat boosts.
Flowing white silk cape. Prevents imp and silence.
The White Cape is a Relic which provides protection from Imp and Silence, and also increases Defense by 5, Magic Defense by 5, and Magic Evasion by 10%. It can be bought in Nikeah and Mobliz for 5,000 gil.
The White Cape grants immunity to the Silence status, and can be bought for 3,000 gil on the Celsius from Barkeep, in Kilika (Chapters 1/3/5), or Bevelle (Chapter 2). It can also be found on Mt. Gagazet (Chapter 2), stolen from Flailing Ochu or Aculeate (Oversoul), dropped from Tomb, or bribed from Cephalotus.
White Cape is an accessory that grants resistance to Fog by 30% to 45%, depending on its level, and can be upgraded to the Effulgent Cape by using the Perovskite catalyst. The White Cape can also be bought from B&W Outfitters in the Retail Network for 3,000 gil.
An extraordinarily thin and beautiful silk-like cape woven from the fiber of echo herbs. To prevent Silence, it simply covers the mouth of its wearer.
White Cape is a basic accessory that increases Magic Defense by 5%. It can be obtained from the shop by trading 1,300 gil, Reflex Powder, and Mana Powder.
The White Cape adds +3 DEF and grants immunity to Silence. It can be obtained from a treasure chest found in a building at the northwest of Royal Capital Grandshelt. (The chest is hidden in the wall in the topleft section inside the building).