Obsidian Greaves

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Toughness  ?? Weight 5.6
Physical 3.8 Lightning 2
Fire Poison
Water Paralysis
Defense    ??  
Requirements
stamina-nioh-2-wikiStamina 10  strength-nioh-2-wikiStrength 10
Special Effect
fixed-property-nioh-2-wiki-guideSamurai from Dark Lands

Obsidian 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.

 

Obsidian Greaves Description

Shin guards consisting of a hinged pair of iron plates that close to form a cylindrical shape. The knee protectors are adorned with the Oda family crest. This armor was worn by a named Yasuke, the Obsidian Samurai, who was African origin who served under Oda Nobunaga. He arrived in Japan as a servant of an Italian missionary. When he met Nobunaga, the warlord took a liking to him and employed him in his military. Yasuke was a huge man, lauded as having the strength of ten men. This equipment was commissioned by Nobunaga especially to accommodate the Obsidian Samurai's large frame.

 

Location: Where to Find Obsidian Greaves

 

Materials Needed to Craft Obsidian Greaves

  • ?? x2, ?? x4, ?? x6, ?? x1 
  • ??

 

Obsidian Greaves Notes & Trivia

 

 

 
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