Decorative armour is obtainable from Castle Wars with silver and gold Castle wars tickets. There are four types available: Basic decorative equipment, Detailed decorative equipment, Intricate decorative equipment, and Profound decorative equipment. They are all different colours and offer different stats, with Basic armour being the lowest-levelled and Profound the highest.
Previously, there were only three sets of armour available. On 27 May 2010, they were upgraded to their current appearance and a fourth set, Profound, was added. Each complete set includes a helm, platebody, platelegs, shield, and sword.
Assuming you win Castle Wars 50% of the time, including the 5 minutes of waiting per round in the waiting room, it would take roughly 72 days of non-stop playing to achieve a full Profound set.
Costs[edit | edit source]
All costs are in Castle Wars tickets.
Boosts[edit | edit source]
Wearing the full armour gives various boosts while wearing the platebody, platelegs, and the shield during a game. The boosts are as follows:
- Basic: gives +10% damage against players in the arena.
- Detailed: gives +15% damage against players in the arena and +10% damage to ballistas and barricades.
- Intricate: gives +20% damage against players in the arena, +10% damage to ballistas and immunity to catapult damage.
- Profound: gives +25% damage against players in the arena, +10% damage to ballistas and immunity to catapult and ballista damage.
Update history[edit | edit source]
- patch 4 August 2014 (Update):
- A typo when trying to equip Castle Wars armour without the required Defence level has been fixed.
- patch 28 April 2014 (Update):
- Decorative armours now give the correct damage bonus in the relevant minigames.
- patch 28 November 2012 (Update):
- We've fixed the decorative armour tooltip so it now displays the correct defence level.