All 5 races in full Commodore Attire.

A set of rare armor obtained exclusively through Dynamis, wearable only by high-level Corsairs. This set strengthens the Corsair's image of naval commander quite effectively, with the colour scheme shifting from the old light-brown tones of the Artifact set set to rich, navy blue fabrics, deep brown leathers and white cloth trimming. The set particularly enhances a Corsair's relevant stats by providing a respectable boost to STR, AGI, and Ranged Attack/Accuracy, while also providing bonuses to both Melee Accuracy and Attack.

Number of Pieces: 5 Cost to store: 1000g

Level Armor Piece Dynamis Zone
75 Commodore Tricorne RareExclusive

[Head] All Races
DEF: 24 HP +10
Ranged Attack +8
Augments "Phantom Roll"
Lv. 75 COR

74 Commodore Frac RareExclusive

[Body] All Races
DEF: 45 STR +3
Accuracy +8 Ranged Attack +8
Enhances "Random Deal" effect
Lv. 74 COR

72 Commodore Gants RareExclusive

[Hands] All Races
DEF: 14 HP +12 AGI +2
Ranged Accuracy +5
Enhances "Snapshot" effect
Lv. 72 COR

71 Commodore Culottes RareExclusive

[Legs] All Races
DEF: 30 HP +22 STR +3 AGI +3
Attack +3 Evasion +3
Lv. 71 COR

73 Commodore Bottes RareExclusive

[Feet] All Races
DEF: 16 HP +12 DEX +3 INT +3
Accuracy +5 Enmity -3
Lv. 73 COR

70 Commodore Belt RareExclusive

[Waist] All Races
DEF: 4 STR +4
Ranged Accuracy +8
Ranged Attack +5
Lv. 70 COR


Set Summary

Historical Background

The rank of Commodore derives from the French commandeur, which was one of the highest ranks in orders of knighthood, and in military orders the title of the knight in charge of a commenda (a local part of the order's territorial possessions). Commodore is now used as a military rank in many navies for officers whose position exceeds that of a navy captain, but is less than that of a rear admiral. An American commodore, like an English commodore or a French chef d'escadre, is but a senior captain, temporarily commanding a small number of ships, detached for any special purpose. They hold no permanent rank, recognized by government, above his captaincy; though once employed as a commodore, usage and courtesy unite in continuing the title.

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