A set of rare armor only wearable by high-level Ninja's. The set is a striking red and tan color, a significant change from the subdued blacks and grays of the Ninja Garb, despite both sets sharing a similar model.
This set is unusual in that the precise bonuses that were only granted depending on the time of day are now mostly fully available. The Ninja can count on significant increases to HP, Attack and Accuracy, Ranged Attack and Accuracy, Vit and Ninjutsu Skill, along with permanent enhancements to Dual Wield, Ninjutsu damage and Ninja Tool Expertise (as long as the appropriate pieces are equipped).
This is the stage 1 +2 version of the Relic armor set.
- For the normal version, see Koga Garb Set.
- For the +1 version, see Koga Garb +1 Set.
- For the stage 2 +2 verison, see Koga Garb (Augmented) +2 Set.
- For a side by side comparison of the Koga Garb sets visit Koga Set Comparison.
Number of Pieces: 5
Cost to store: Not storable with armor depository NPC.
Storage Slip: Not storable on a Moogle Slip.
Level Armor Piece 90 90 90 90 90
- Defense +172
- HP +94
- STR +20
- DEX +7
- VIT +9
- AGI +15
- Evasion +21
- Attack +20
- Accuracy +24
- Ranged Attack +12
- Ranged Accuracy +12
- "Subtle Blow" +5
- Ninjutsu Skill +15
- Haste +4%
- Enmity +4
- Dust to Dawn: Parrying Skill +12
- Enhances Ninjutsu damage
- Gives +10 MAB to Ninjutsu spells.
- Enhances "Dual Wield" effect
- +10% Dual Wield.
- "Ninja Tool Expertise"
- About a 33% chance the Ninjutsu does not use the required tool.
"Koga", in terms of Ninja, refers to the Kouka-Ryuu (Koga-Ryu), one of the most prominent schools of ninjutsu. 'Koga' itself has several meanings, from 'Old River' to 'Steel Fang'. Kouka, developed from a town of the same name within Rokkaku, focuses its training on disguise, escape, concealment, explosives, medicines and poisons, and the staple ninja weapons of short-bladed katana and shuriken. When Rokkaku began to ignore the leadership of the Ashikaga shogunate, the Kouka ninja were conscripted by the Rokkaku for civil war. Their tactics and success in the guerrilla war made them notorious throughout the country.