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| stats = {{stat|def|43}} {{stat|hp|+25}} {{stat|mp|+25}} {{Resist|Fire|+20}}<br>{{Resist|Lightning|+20}} {{Resist|Water|+20}} {{Resist|Dark|+20}}<br>{{stat|Movement Speed|+12%}}
 
| stats = {{stat|def|43}} {{stat|hp|+25}} {{stat|mp|+25}} {{Resist|Fire|+20}}<br>{{Resist|Lightning|+20}} {{Resist|Water|+20}} {{Resist|Dark|+20}}<br>{{stat|Movement Speed|+12%}}
 
| level = 73
 
| level = 73
| jobs = [[RDM]] / [[PLD]] / [[DRK]] / [[RNG]] / [[DRG]] / [[BLU]] / [[COR]] / [[RUN]]
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| jobs = [[RDM]] / [[PLD]] / [[DRK]] / [[RNG]] / [[DRG]] / [[BLU]] /<br>[[COR]] / [[RUN]]
 
| set = Crimson Scale Mail Set
 
| set = Crimson Scale Mail Set
 
| notes = ''[[Hidden Effect]]''
 
| notes = ''[[Hidden Effect]]''

Latest revision as of 14:20, March 19, 2019

CrimsonCuisses

StatisticsEdit

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Crimson cuissesRareExclusive
[Legs] All Races
DEF: 43 HP +25 MP +25 Trans Fire+20
Trans Lightning+20 Trans Water+20 Trans Dark+20
Movement Speed +12%
Lv. 73 RDM / PLD / DRK / RNG / DRG / BLU /
COR / RUN
View the entire Crimson Scale Mail Set.
See also: Blood Cuisses

Can be stored with a Porter Moogle using Storage Slip 02.

AugmentsEdit

Via Synergy:

Potential Augments
Evasion +1~7
Fast Cast +1~5
Magic Defense +1~5
Magic Accuracy +1~3
Magic Evasion +1~7
Magic Attack Bonus +1~5
Trans Dark +1~6
Trans Ice +1~3
Trans Fire +1~7
Trans Water +2
Trans Light +3
HP +5
VIT +1~7
CHR +2
Resist Bind +1~3
Resist Poison +2
Resist Slow +1~4

Other UsesEdit

Resale Price: Cannot be sold to NPCs.

Synthesis RecipesEdit

Synergy (41-50)Exclamation
Yield: Crimson Cuisses Augmented x 1
Balance: Wind Trans Wind33

Used in RecipesEdit

    • None

How to ObtainEdit

Cannot be auctioned, traded, or bazaared, but can be delivered to a character on the same account.

AbjurationsEdit

Obtained by trading the following items to Alphollon C Meriard at the cathedral in Northern San d'Oria:

Historical BackgroundEdit

Cuisses: Middle English meaning 'a piece of armour for the thigh': from Old French cuisseaux, plural of cuissel, from late Latin coxale, from coxa 'hip'.

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