Armor

Armor Types – Generally determines manuverablity, Character Class determines which armor type may be worn without penalty.
Armor Rating – This is the amount of damage (per blow/hit) a particular type of armor can absorb.
Armor Class – The higher the number the more damage a particular type of armor can absorb.
Maximum Damage – The maximum amount of damage armor can take before being reduced to a lower Armor Class.
Armor Penalty – Reduction to Dexterity checks and Speed.
Weight – in pounds or percent (%) of the wearer.
Cost – in silver pfennigs.

Light Leather
Armor Armor Rating Armor Class Max Damage Armor Penalty Weight Cost
Leather Cuirass 1 1 10 0 5 12 sp
Quilted Cuirass 1d3 2 10 0 5 15 sp
Quilted Coat 1d3 2 15 0 6 20 sp
Heavy Leather Cuirass 1d3 2 15 -1 10 18 sp
Leather Byrnie 1 1 15 -1 10 18 sp
Quilted Hauberk 1d3 2 20 -1 10 25 sp
Heavy Leather Byrnie 1d3 2 22 -2 15 30 sp
The Rogue class benefit Rogue’s Armor only applies to Light Leather Armors.
Heavy Leather
Armor Armor Rating Armor Class Max Damage Armor Penalty Weight Cost
Cuirbolli Cuirass 1d3+1 3 20 -1 20 45 sp
Ringmail Cuirass 1d6 4 20 -1 10% 65 sp
Ringmail Byrnie 1d6 4 30 -2 20% 175 sp
Light Mail
Armor Armor Rating Armor Class Max Damage Armor Penalty Weight Cost
Scale Mail Cuirass 1d6+1 5 22 -2 18% 80 sp
Brigantine Cuirass 1d6+1 5 26 -2 12% 75 sp
Light Chainmail Cuirass 1d6+1 5 30 -2 12% 100 sp
Scale Hauberk 1d6+1 5 35 -3 25% 350 sp
Heavy Mail
Armor Armor Rating Armor Class Max Damage Armor Penalty Weight Cost
Chainmail Cuirass 1d6+2 6 32 -3 15% 125 sp
Chain Hauberk 1d6+2 6 40 -3 25% 450 sp
Heavy Chainmail Cuirass 2d6 7 35 -3 15% 150 sp
Heavy Chain Hauberk 2d6 7 55 -4 25% 550 sp
Suit of Chainmail 2d6+1 8 65 -4 25% 750 sp
Light Plate
Armor Armor Rating Armor Class Max Damage Armor Penalty Weight Cost
Platemail Cuirass 2d6+1 8 40 -4 18% 200 sp
Plate Cuirass 2d6+2 9 45 -4 18% 250 sp
Suit of Platemail 2d6+2 9 90 -4 25% 1000 sp
Heavy Plate
Armor Armor Rating Armor Class Max Damage Armor Penalty Weight Cost
Field Plate Armor 2d6+3 10 90 -5 25% 1500 sp
Cavalry Plate Armor 2d6+4 11 95 -5 30% 1750 sp
Jousting Plate Armor 2d6+5 12 100 -6 40% 2000 sp
  • Cuirass – Essentially torso, upper abdomen, and perhaps upper arm protection.
  • 3/4 Armor – The equivalent of a coat of armor protecting arms, shoulders, torso, abdomen, and the legs to a bit below the knees – the byrnie, hauberk, etc.
  • Full Armor – Complete protection, with coverings for the legs and feet in the form of mail hose, platemail, or plate armor.

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