Armor is a type of equipment in the Final Cross series that raises defensive stats such as Defense, Evasion, and Magic Defense. These items also usually grant bonuses against or even complete immunity from elemental damage or certain status changes.In Final Cross Armor also grants bonuses towards HP and MP, depending on the type of armor worn.


There are two types of armor available, Heavy Armor and Light Armor, both with their own skill tree and associated perks. Both types have their advantages and disadvantages. Use of the Steed Stone can negate many of the disadvantages of heavy armor.

Heavy ArmorEdit

Main Article:Heavy Armor
Advantages  Disadvantages 
  • Offers a greater variety of armors available to craft.
  • Makes more noise than light armor, so sneaking is harder.
  • Offers much more protection from physical attacks.
  • Slows down movement much more than light armor.
  • Stamina is drained much  quicker while sprinting.                

Light ArmorEdit

Main Article:Light Armor
*Advantages  *Disadvantages 
  • Much lighter than heavy armor.
  • Offers much less protection from physical attacks.
  • Makes less noise than heavy armor, so sneaking is easier.
  • Offers fewer variety of armors available to craft.
  • Less stamina is drained while sprinting.

Armor SetsEdit

Main article: Armor Sets 

An armor set is defined as a complete set of armor that includes one matching armor piece for the head, chest, hands and feet.

There are several different armor sets available in Final Cross, both in heavy and light variants. Certain armor sets can provide special bonuses if the full set is worn. See the main article for a full list.


Main Article:Headgear


Main Article:Cuirasses


Main Article:Boots


Main Article:Gauntlets


Main Article:Shields