Tigerskin Greaves

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Toughness +49 Weight 5.6
Physical 3.8 Lightning 2.0
Fire 0.0 Poison 0.0
Water 2.0 Paralysis 0.0
Defense 189    
Requirements
stamina-nioh-2-wikiStamina 14 strength-nioh-2-wikiStrength 14
Special Effect
fixed-property-nioh-2-wiki-guideAilment affliction Duration

Tigerskin 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.

 

Tigerskin Greaves Description

Leg guards made from two half-round plates of iron that come together to form a cylinder, decorated with metalwork and tiger skin. The "tateage" that protect the knees are made of small iron plates stitched together like a tortoise shell. They are part of a set of heavy armor said to have once belonged to the mythical figure, Acala. It was bestowed upon Taira-no-Sadamori by the Imperial Court, and has been a great treasure of the Taira clan ever since. When the Taira clan was wiped out at Dan- no-Ura, this armor was believed to have disappeared.

 

Location: Where to Find Tigerskin Greaves

 

Materials Needed to Craft Tigerskin Greaves

 

Tigerskin Greaves Notes & Trivia

 

 

 
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