Greater Good Greaves

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Toughness  +47 Weight 5.4
Physical 3.8 Lightning 0.0
Fire 0.0 Poison 2.0
Water 2.0 Paralysis 0.0
Defense 186    
Requirements
stamina-nioh-2-wikiStamina 12 strength-nioh-2-wikiStrength 12
Special Effect
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Greater Good Greaves is a Heavy Foot Guards in Nioh 2. Foot Guards protect the feet of the player and can have varying degrees of quality and level, just like Weapons. In addition, they can provide Toughness bonus, physical, and elemental protection to your character. Heavy Armor, Usually provides better protection, at the cost of movement and dodge speed. Toughness makes you deplete less Ki when Blocking, so if you wish to Block more often, consider wearing Armor that provides more. Usually the heavier Armor the better.

 

Greater Good Greaves Description

Shin guards that use the same scale construction as the cuirass with black lacquer iron plates tied together with cord, designed to be easy to get on and off. This armor was employed by Tokugawa leyasu, who led the council of five elders appointed under the rule of the Toyotomi, leyasu started out as a minor feudal lord of Mikawa. After navigating all manner of obstacles, he gained influence and began a campaign to bring peace to the land for the greater good. Befitting his strong, silent character, his armor was lacquered an imposing black and strengthened with beautiful iron and leather scales.

 

Location: Where to Find Greater Good Greaves

 

Materials Needed to Craft Greater Good Greaves

 

Greater Good Greaves Notes & Trivia

 

 

 
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