Drangleic Mail
drangleic mail

In-Game Description

Traditional Drangleic armor.
Belonged to Captain Drummond.

Drummond's ancestors have served Drangleic
for generations, principally as defenders
of the great fort, but Captain Drummond
is the last in this proud line.

Availability

Forest of Fallen Giants treasure after the Pursuer boss area. Can be found on a corpse after falling through a hole in the floor to a small series of ledges.

General Information

Part of the Drangleic Set.

Name Physical Defense Elemental Defense Resistance Poise Durability Weight Attributes Required Physical DEF Bonus
Drangleic Mail 195/184/211/199 32/32/28/32 33/42/0/0 28 90 14.5 -/-/-/- A

Upgrades

Requires Twinkling Titanite.

Name Physical Defense Elemental Defense Resistance Twinkling Titanite Souls Cost
Drangleic Mail +0 195/184/211/199 32/32/28/32 33/42/0/0 - -
Drangleic Mail +1 214/202/232/218 35/35/30/35 36/46/0/0 1 1150
Drangleic Mail +2 234/220/253/238 38/38/33/38 39/50/0/0 1 1430
Drangleic Mail +3 253/249/274/258 41/41/36/41 42/55/0/0 2 1720
Drangleic Mail +4 273/257/295/278 44/44/39/44 45/59/0/0 2 2290
Drangleic Mail +5 293/276/316/298 47/47/42/47 49/64/0/0 3 2580

Key

Physical Defense:

The Physical Defense attribute dictates how resilient the piece of armor is to a certain physical damage type.
The physical stats for a piece of armor are W / X / Y / Z:

  • W is base Physical DEF
  • X is defense vs. striking attacks
  • Y is defense vs. slashing attacks
  • Z is is defense vs. thrusting attacks
Elemental Defense:

The Elemental Defense attribute dictates how resilient the piece of armor is to a certain elemental damage type.
The magical stats for a piece of armor are W / X / Y / Z:

  • W is defense vs. magic attacks
  • X is defense vs. fire attacks
  • Y is defense vs. lightning attacks
  • Z is defense vs. dark attacks
Resistance:

The Resistance dictate how resilient the piece of armor is to status ailments.
The properties for a piece of armor are W / X / Y / Z:

Poise: Dictates how resilient the piece of armor is to hitstun. A higher poise gives a greater chance that the player will not be interrupted or staggered when hit.
Durability: The durability of the armor. The effectiveness of the armor will severely deteriorate when the durability falls below a certain threshold, and the armor will become unusable and need to be repaired by a blacksmith once it reaches 0. Durability deterioration that does not reach 0 will be automatically repaired upon resting at a bonfire.
Weight: The weight of the piece of armor. Note that equipping over certain amounts of your equip burden may alter movement and roll speed, as well as other factors when playing the game.
Attribute Requirements:

Determines how high certain attributes must be in order to wear the armor effectively. Most pieces of armor do not have any such requirements.
The required attributes are W / X / Y / Z:

Physical DEF Bonus: The influence of the character's Physical DEF stat on the effectiveness of armor worn.
The possible ratings (from greatest bonus to least bonus) are: S, A, B, C, D, E.
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