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[[List of Final Fantasy IV armor#Lustrous Helm|Lustrous Helm]] is the starting helmet for [[Paladin (job)|Paladin]] [[Cecil Harvey|Cecil]], and provides 7 Defense, 2 Magic Defense, -10 Evasion, 1 Magic Evasion, +3 Spirit, and resistance against attacks from [[Undead]] monsters. It can only be bought in [[Mysidia (Final Fantasy IV)|Mysidia]] for 4,000 gil.
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[[List of Final Fantasy IV armor#Lustrous Helm|Lustrous Helm]] is the initial helmet for [[Paladin (job)|Paladin]] [[Cecil Harvey|Cecil]], and provides 7 Defense, 2 Magic Defense, -10 Evasion, 1 Magic Evasion, +3 Spirit, and resistance against attacks from [[Undead]] monsters. It can only be bought in [[Mysidia (Final Fantasy IV)|Mysidia]] for 4,000 gil.
   
 
In the 3D versions, Lustrous Helm instead provides no Magic Defense and the Spirit boost is no longer given.
 
In the 3D versions, Lustrous Helm instead provides no Magic Defense and the Spirit boost is no longer given.
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[[List of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time armor#Paladin Helm|Paladin Helm]] is the strongest helmet for Clavats during Normal mode playthroughs of the game, and provides 1 Attack, 30 Defense, 1 Magic, 1 Magic Resistance, +20 to [[Dark (element)|Dark]] resistance, and has two slots available.
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[[List of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time armor#Paladin Helm|Paladin Helm]] is the strongest helmet for Clavats during Normal mode playthroughs, and provides 1 Attack, 30 Defense, 1 Magic, 1 Magic Resistance, +20 to [[Dark (element)|Dark]] resistance, and has two slots available.
 
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EoT Paladin Helm

Paladin Helm in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time.

A helmet that perpetually radiates a holy light. For Clavats only.

Description, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time.

Lustrous Helm (ひかりのかぶと, Hikari no Kabuto?), also known as Paladin Helm, Paladin Helmet, Light, Paladin, Helm of Light, and Light Helm, is a recurring helmet in the series.

Appearances

Final Fantasy IV

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Helmet resistant against undead attacks.

Description

Lustrous Helm is the initial helmet for Paladin Cecil, and provides 7 Defense, 2 Magic Defense, -10 Evasion, 1 Magic Evasion, +3 Spirit, and resistance against attacks from Undead monsters. It can only be bought in Mysidia for 4,000 gil.

In the 3D versions, Lustrous Helm instead provides no Magic Defense and the Spirit boost is no longer given.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

IVTAY wiki icon Lustrous Helm is a mid-ranked helmet that provides the same bonuses as in the previous game, and is initially equipped on Cecil, this being the only copy of it in the game. It can also be equipped by Ceodore and Kain.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates

CCRoF wiki icon Paladin Helm is the strongest helmet for Clavats during Normal mode, and provides 38 Defense and is acquired through crafting through the Templar's Helmet scroll.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time

CCEoT wiki icon Paladin Helm is the strongest helmet for Clavats during Normal mode playthroughs, and provides 1 Attack, 30 Defense, 1 Magic, 1 Magic Resistance, +20 to Dark resistance, and has two slots available.

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Pictlogica Final Fantasy

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Etymology

The helm has been known as Paladin. The paladins, sometimes known as the Twelve Peers, were the foremost warriors of Charlemagne's court, according to the literary cycle known as the Matter of France.

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