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This intricate and beautiful attire is both lovely to look at and functional in battle, as it is designed expressly to augment the abilities of a warrior Dancer. Once used by a great Hero of Abyssea, the true potential of this Empyrean armor was sealed but has now been partially released by completing the Trials of the Magians. This armor is also unusual in that it has significant differences in appearance between male and female versions.

This is the +1, or HQ, version of this Empyrean armor set.


Number of Pieces: 5
Cost to store: Not storable with armor depository NPC.
Storage Slip: Moogle Storage Slip 09

CharisArmorSet

A Mithra and male Hume in full Charis attire.

Level Armor Piece
85 Charis Tiara +1 AugmentedRareExclusive

[Head] All Races
DEF: 30 Accuracy +3 Attack +3
"Store TP" +4 Haste+5%
Enhances "Climactic Flourish" effect
Lv. 85 DNC

89 Charis Casaque +1 AugmentedRareExclusive

[Body] All Races
DEF: 58 DEX +8 CHR +8
"Subtle Blow" +7
Enhances "Dual Wield" effect
Enhances "Striking Flourish" effect
Lv. 89 DNC

87 Charis Bangles +1 AugmentedRareExclusive

[Hands] All Races
DEF: 23 DEX +6 AGI +6 Accuracy +5
Enhances "Skillchain Bonus" effect
Enhances "Reverse Flourish" effect
Lv. 87 DNC

83 Charis Tights +1 AugmentedRareExclusive

[Legs] All Races
DEF:43 Evasion +10
Haste +4%
Enhances "Tactical Parry" effect
Lv. 83 DNC

81 Charis Toeshoes +1 AugmentedRareExclusive

[Feet] All Races
DEF: 19 DEX +5 CHR +5
Store TP +4 Haste +3%
Enhances "Feather Step" effect
Lv. 81 DNC

Empyrean Accessories

Armor Piece
Charis Necklace RareExclusive

[Neck] All Races
Enhances "Dual Wield" effect
"Subtle Blow"+5
Lv. 80 DNC

Charis Feather RareExclusive

[Ammo] All Races
DEX +5 Increases Critical Hit Damage
Lv. 84 DNC

Charis Earring RareExclusive

[Ear] All Races
Subtle Blow +3 Conserve TP +2
Lv. 90 DNC

Set Summary

Background

"χαρίς" can mean: "joy", "grace", "beauty", "dance", "celebration". From the verb χαίρω (chairô), meaning to rejoice, to delight; the imperative (χαίρε, χαίρετε (chaire, chairete (s, pl))), literally "rejoice!" was the ancient Greek version of "hello".

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