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Armour is a Character Stat and one of the two factors (the other being Might) that influences how much incoming Common Damage is mitigated (reduced). This value changes depending on level, equipment, buffs and debuffs.

Beorning-icon.png Burglar-icon.png Captain-icon.png Champion-icon.png Guardian-icon.png Hunter-icon.png Lore-master-icon.png Minstrel-icon.png Rune-keeper-icon.png Warden-icon.png
Beorning Burglar Captain Champion Guardian Hunter Lore-master Minstrel Rune-keeper Warden
Light Armour-icon.png Light Armour
Medium Armour-icon.png Medium Armour
Heavy Armour-icon.png Heavy Armour
Shields-icon.png Shields L:15 L:20
Heavy Shields-icon.png Heavy Shields L:15
Shields-icon.png Warden's Shields
• Starting proficiencies
• L:? Level at which you can learn armour proficiency

There are many different styles of armour within the lands of Middle-earth. In order of increasing quality, they can be acquired via:

  • General vendors;
  • World drops;
  • Quest rewards;
  • Reputation vendors;
  • Crafting, either by a Tailor (Light and Medium Armour with the use of boiled leather) or a Metalsmith (Heavy Armour with the use of metal ingots);
  • Skirmishes and instances (end game only; crafted gear is better at lower levels).
Light Armour
Rough Cloth Outfit Armour.jpg Quilted Outfit Armour.jpg Linen Outfit Armour.jpg Cotton Outfit Armour.jpg Traveller's Outfit Armour.jpg
Explorer's Outfit Armour.jpg Scholar's Outfit Armour.jpg Pristine Outfit Armour.jpg Radiant Outfit Armour.jpg
Medium Armour
Padded Outfit.jpg Leather Outfit.jpg Tough Leather Outfit.jpg Sturdy Leather Outfit.jpg Outriders' Outfit.jpg
Skirmisher's Outfit.jpg Hunter's Outfit.jpg Campaigner's Outfit.jpg Protector's Outfit.jpg
Heavy Armour
Bronze Outfit.jpg Iron Outfit.jpg Crafted Outfit.jpg Steel Outfit.jpg Defender's Outfit.jpg
Dwarf-iron Outfit.jpg Westernesse Outfit.jpg Elven Soldier Outfit.jpg Elven Knight Outfit.jpg