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This very rare set of cloth-type armor is one of three used to create Morrigan's Robe Set. See also Bodb's Robe Set and Nemain's Robe Set. All of its pieces are dropped in Salvage and, despite their purpose, are solid pieces of low-level equipment on their own.

Number of Pieces: 5

Cost to store: Can be stored by Ghanraam (Aht Urhgan Whitegate (K-10) upper floor)

Level Armor Piece
35 Macha's Crown RareExclusive

[Head] All Races
DEF: 8 MP +1 INT +1 Magic Accuracy +1
Lv. 35 BLM / RDM / BLU

35 Macha's Coat RareExclusive

[Body] All Races
DEF: 21 STR +1 INT +1 MND +1
Lv. 35 BLM / RDM / BLU

35 Macha's Cuffs RareExclusive

[Hands] All Races
DEF: 7 MP +1 Accuracy +1 Attack +1
Lv. 35 BLM / RDM / BLU

35 Macha's Slops RareExclusive

[Legs] All Races
DEF: 14 MP +1 INT +1 MND +1
Lv. 35 BLM / RDM / BLU

35 Macha's Pigaches RareExclusive

[Feet] All Races
DEF: 5 MP +1 STR +1 Enmity -1
Lv. 35 BLM / RDM / BLU

Set Summary

Historical Background

Macha is a presumed goddess of ancient Ireland, associated with war, horses, sovereignty, and the sites of Armagh and Emain Macha in County Armagh, which are named after her. A number of figures called Macha appear in Irish mythology, legend and historical tradition, all believed to derive from the same deity.

The goddess Macha was the daughter of Ernmas, of the Tuatha Dé Danann. She is often mentioned together with her sisters, the Morrígan and the Badb; the three are often considered a triple goddess associated with war. O'Mulconry's Glossary, a thirteenth century compilation of glosses from medieval manuscripts preserved in the Yellow Book of Lecan, describes Macha as "one of the three morrígna" (the plural of Morrígan), and says the term Mesrad Machae, "the mast [acorn crop] of Macha", refers to "the heads of men that have been slaughtered." A version of the same gloss identifies Macha with the Badb, calls the trio "raven women" who instigate battle.