Armor is what determines your strength in Knights & Dragons, excluding Pets and Trinkets.

Nemesis.png Nemesis Armor

Common.png Common Armor

Uncommon.png Uncommon Armor

Rare.png Rare Armors

Super rare.png Super Rare Armor

Ultra rare.png Ultra Rare Armor

Legendary.png Legendary Armor

Epic.png Epic Armor

Dragonforged-1.png Dragonforged Armor

Shadowforged.png Shadowforged Armor

Overview[edit | edit source]

All armors in game have the following:


  • How strong your armor is in terms of stats - some are stronger on attack, some on defense.

Plus (+) Version:

  • The better version of your armor! If the armor is craftable, this is unlocked when your armor reaches a certain level (see below).

Plus Plus (++) Version:

  • An even better version of your armor! Only available for certain Dragonforged and Epic armors.


  • Element beats element! This gives your armor a weakness and a strength against others!

Plus Version[edit | edit source]

Almost all armor has a "plus" version, this version is achieved by leveling a armor to a certain level or by achieving top ranks in Guild Wars or Raids.

Rarity Required Level Level Max
Common 10 30
Uncommon 10 50
Rare 15 50
Super Rare 15 50
Ultra Rare 20 70
Legendary 35 70
Epic 35 99
Dragonforged 35* 105
Shadowforged 35 99**

All armors that are craftable (including a select few Dragonforged) may unlock a plus version after reaching the above levels.

*Dragonforged+ armor may only be obtained through Chance Chests, by achieving top ranks in raids/wars (top rewards are now Shadowforged, but lower ranks can still receive + versions) and for a select few that were craftable through Heroic Mode.

**Shadowforged armor includes 10 levels of Ascension after level 99 (achieved by using Silver Coins).

The Big Four[edit | edit source]

These Rare Armors are recommended for beginning players:

For more information, go to the Big Four page.

The Bigger Four[edit | edit source]

These Ultra Rare Armors are good for mid-level players:

For more information, go to The Bigger Four page.

Elements[edit | edit source]


Go to the Elements page to learn more about your elements.

Kaleidoscopic Armors[edit | edit source]

Kaleidoscopic/Starmetal armors have an elemental advantage over all elements, except other Starmetal armors.

Armor Stats Calculation[edit | edit source]

In an attempt to assist players with figuring out the maximum stats you will have with your armor, Ring/Amulet Set and Set Bonus, I have created the following page. Go here.

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