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Lamellar Armor

Lamellar is a type of armor in which small plates of various types of materials are strung together in parallel rows using fine cord. Lamellar plates can be constructed from lacquered leather, horn, or even stone, though steel and heavier iron are most common. Lamellar armor can be crafted into various shapes, including partial pieces such as breastplates, greaves, or even entire coats. The properties of specific suits and pieces of lamellar armor are determined by their material.

Cuirass: This armor consists of a light breastplate and shoulder guards made from lacquered leather plates bound together and fitted over a silk shirt.

Leather: No additional description was provided in the source material.

Horn: No additional description was provided in the source material.

Iron: No additional description was provided in the source material.

Steel: No additional description was provided in the source material.

Stone Coat: This weighty breastplate consists of lamellar crafted from stones. It is worn in conjunction with kikko leg protectors.