|Reinforced with magical hard candy from the candy forest. Sticky but strong.|
|On Equip||+30 DEF, -5 DEX|
|Forging Cost||45 / 90 / 400|
|Dismantling Value||15 / 30|
|Drops From||Desire Troll
|Obtained Through||Current offers on RealmEye’s trading pages|
|Drops From||Oryx the Mad God 1
Mid-high level dungeons
|Obtained Through||Grand Bazaar ( 3750 / 500)|
Boasts the highest defense out of any armor in the game, but in return reduces your dexterity by 5, compromising your damage output. As the release of Vital Combat, this armor now can fill the niche of remaining OoC in certain circumstances.
Candy-Coated Armor (commonly referred as CC) is best for Warriors, when paired up with a high-tiered helm. They can sacrifice a little bit of dexterity for a giant step forward on defense, which can be easily reimbursed with their helm. Paladins and Samurai can find a niche use for this armor, as their abilities does not come with any additional defense. While they have lowest dexterity (55 for Paladin and 50 for Samurai) of heavy armor classes, their abilities give extra DEX. Conversely, Knights are poor users, benefitting little from a few extra DEF while struggling with low damage stats already.
With the introduction of Oryx the Mad God 3 and his T15 armors, Candy Coated Armor has essentially been outclassed by the Annihilation Armor. This is due to the latter armor offering a comparable +28 defense without any compromise in offense, making it a powerful end-game upgrade.
Before Exalt Version 22.214.171.124 (Aug 2021), this item was soulbound.
Before Exalt Version 126.96.36.199 (Mar 2022), this item gave -10 DEX.
|Limited Edition Heavy Armors|