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Concept art from Final Fantasy III.

This thin armor is imbued with powerful Reflect magicks.

The Mirror Mail or Reflect Mail (リフレクトメイル, Rifurekuto Meiru?) is a recurring heavy armor in the series. When equipped, it grants the Reflect status to the wearer.


Final Fantasy III[]

The Reflect Mail can be found in Saronia Catacombs, Sunken Cave, Ancient Ruins and Lake Dohr. It can be equipped by Onion Knights, Freelancers, Warriors, Red Mages, Knights, Dragoon, Vikings.

In the NES version, it provides 20 Defense, 12 Magic Defense, and 12% Evade. In the 3D versions, it provides 30 Defense, 30 Magic Defense, Intellect and Mind +2, and protects against some statuses.

Final Fantasy XII[]

In the original version, Mirror Mail is a heavy armor that provides 43 Defense and 6 Strength, and grants the Reflect status to the wearer. The armor requires the Heavy Armor 6 License to equip, which costs 45 LP. It can be purchased for 8,100 gil at the Phon Coast and Archades, via Hunt Club, and drops from Mirrorknights in the Feywood.

In the Zodiac versions, Mirror Mail now provides 44 Defense, 6 Strength, grants Reflect, and requires the Heavy Armor 7 license for 60 LP. It can be bought in the Phon Coast and Archades for 7,500 gil, found as a treasure in Phon Coast (Caima Hills) and Tchita Uplands (Sundered Earth), and drops from Mirrorknight (3% chance). It is also a rare steal from Cubus in Trial Mode Stage 28. It can be equipped by the Uhlan, Knight, Time Battlemage, Foebreaker, and Black Mage.

Final Fantasy Tactics[]

Armor with the power to reflect magick used on the wearer.


The Mirror Mail (Reflect Mail in the PlayStation version) is one of the best pieces of body armor. It grants a HP boost of 130 and automatically gives the Reflect status. Only Knights, Dragoons, and Samurai can equip them. Mirror Mails can be purchased for 18,000 gil from castles after the events at Fort Besselat.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance[]

Lighter armor imbued with a magical reflection aura.


The Mirror Mail grants Auto-Reflect to the wearer and provides +36 to Defense and +8 to Resistance. It can be obtained by completing the mission "Armor & Turtle" which requires Adamant Ore and Rat Tail.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift[]

The Mirror Mail grants Auto-Reflect and provides +40 Defense and +6 Resistance, the character wearing the armor will cause the spell aimed at him to be reflected back to the caster instead. It can be obtained through the bazaar by spending a Storm Sigil, Platinum, and a Windslicer Pinion. It does not have to be remade after purchasing.

Final Fantasy Legend III[]

Mirror provides +12 Defense and +12 Magic Defense and also have immunity against the Mute.

Dissidia Final Fantasy[]

The Mirror Mail is a level 72 heavy armor that increases HP by 2,246 and Magic Counter damage by 30%. It can be obtained from the shop by trading 17,330 gil, a Flame Armor, Wargod Bone x3, and a Cyan Gem.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy[]

Mirror Mail is a level 60 chestplate that provides +2322 HP, +69 Bravery, -1 Defense, and +2% Bravery Boost on Stage Destruction. It can be obtained by trading 101,200 gil, Hydra Mail, Kujata Horn, and Sky Pirate's Dream x5.

Final Fantasy Record Keeper[]

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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[]

A set of heavy armor from another world. It boosts DEF and SPR when worn. Though its name would suggest it could reflect magic, unfortunately, it has not been confirmed as having such an effect. It is unknown where its name came from, but there are some who think it comes from the way it reduces damage taken from enemies so much that it's seemingly reflected away from the wearer.


Reflect Mail is a Heavy Armor obtained during the Final Fantasy III event, The Crystal Tower. It provides 46 DEF and 10 SPR.



Mirror armor were a series of metal plate armor fashioned from highly polished plates of metal, developed throughout Eastern Europe and Central Asia. In addition to providing protection physically, mirrors included into its design were have also said to have provided protection against malevolent supernatural forces and curses.