An armlet adorned with diamonds.
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- 2 Gallery
- 3 Etymology
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Diamond Armlet is the strongest arm armor in the NES and PSX versions, being beaten out by several other pieces of equipment in later remakes. It provides 34 Defense, -1 Evasion, and 1 Weight, and can be equipped by all classes. It can be found in the Sunken Shrine.
Diamond Bracers is a mid-ranked arm armor that can be bought for 10,000 gil on the Invincible or Ancient Ruins, or found at Sunken Cave and Temple of Time. In the NES version it provides 6 Defense, 12 Magic Defense, resistance to Lightning-elemental attacks, and 12% Evade.
Armlet resistant against lightning.
Diamond Armlet is a high-ranked armlet that provides 6 Defense, 8 Magic Defense, 6 Magic Evasion, and resistance to Lightning-elemental attacks. It can be bought for 4,000 gil at Tomra or by recruiting Fusoya. Everyone except Cecil and Kain can equip it.
In the 3D remakes, it provides the same stats, obtainability, and equippability, but now provides 10 Evasion.
Diamond Armlet provides 6 Defense, 8 Magic Defense, 6 Magic Evasion, and resists Lightning. It can be found in Kain's Challenge Dungeon, the Impact Crater during the Lunarian Tale, or in the Agart Subterrane. Everyone except Cecil, Kain, and Ceodore can equip it.
A girl's best friend.
In the original version, Diamond Armlet is an accessory that provides higher quality items from treasures most of the time. It requires the Accessories 18 license to equip and can be bought for 20,000 gil at Dalmasca Estersand, found at Tchita Uplands (Garden of Life's Circle), drops from Mom Bomb (3% chance), and from the Hunt Club sidequest.
In the Zodiac versions, Diamond Armlet provides immunity to Lightning-elemental attacks and still affects treasure loot. It requires the Accessories 3 license to equip, and can be bought for 12,000 gil at Phon Coast, drops from Mom Bomb (3% chance), and is found at Dalmasca Westersand (Windtrace Dunes), Zertinan Caverns (Sandfalls), and Pharos - Subterra (Penumbra - North). It is also available in Trial Mode Stage 1, in one of two chests, and is stolen from Dheed in Stage 67. It can be loaded into the main game after completing the stage(s) in The Zodiac Age.
Diamond Armlet is only effective when equipped on the party leader, or on Vaan when in towns. It affects the item content when the treasure (1) spawns (2) is not gil. Two items are available, usually splitting the chance in a 90–10 fashion (original) or 95–5 fashion (Zodiac), with the higher chance usually being a Knot of Rust. The two items can also be the same item. Cerobi Steppe is a notable area where all treasures can have a rare item when the Diamond Armlet is equipped, however, the chance to get the rare treasure from these chests is still very low.
In the original release, the Diamond Armlet increases the gil amount that chests give, but in the Zodiac versions, the gil amount is unchanged. One notable use for the Diamond Armlet in the Zodiac versions is the Trial Mode treasures, which can change quite drastically with it equipped. Whereas the player could ruin their chances at some treasures in the original version by equipping or not equipping the Diamond Armlet when looting a treasure, the Zodiac versions have various "fixed" treasures that always yield a certain item or ability no matter if the player has a Diamond Armlet equipped. The exception to this is the new invisible super equipment, which are mostly Easter eggs as they appear to be items used for testing the game and thus don't have models.
A bracelet embedded with shining magickal jewels.
Diamond Armlets is the strongest gauntlet for Lilties, providing 22 Defense.
Diamond Armlet is an accessory that provides 7 Defense and 5 Evasion.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Etymology[edit | edit source]
diamond is a metastable allotrope of carbon, where the carbon atoms are arranged in a variation of the face-centered cubic crystal structure called a diamond lattice. Diamond is the birthstone for April.In mineralogy,