Bracelet enchanted with a protective charm. Casts Protect and Shell on the wearer.
Protective Armlet (まもりのうでわ or 守りの腕輪, Mamori no Udewa?, lit. Defense Bracelet), also known as Guard Bracelet, Defense Bracer, and Guardian Bracelet, is a recurring accessory in the series. It usually provides Auto-Protect and Auto-Shell to the user.
Guard Bracelet is a relic that provides Auto-Protect and Auto-Shell. It can be found in Narshe, stolen from Fiend Dragon, dropped from Wrexsoul, won from the Dragon's Neck Coliseum by betting the Hero's Ring, or Metamorphed from Holy Dragon and Alluring Rider. It can be equipped by everyone.
Defense Bracer is an accessory that provides Auto-Protect and Auto-Shell, and when three are consumed by a monster, it learns Auto-Wall. It can be dropped from Valefor in the Fiend Arena (rare), stolen from Valefor (rare), bribed from an Adamantoise (normal; 32,972 gil and Oversoul; 103,250 gil), Heavy Sallet (Oversoul; 51,650 gil), and Ultima Weapon (137,200 gil), or as a random prize from winning the Youth League Tournament.
Protective Armlet is an accessory for Penelo that gives the support ability Auto-Regen which provides Regen to her group. It can be bought for 1,600 gil at Tomaj's Sky Saloon shop after the start of Chapter 5, and from completing Mission 4-4.
A bracelet embedded with deep crimson jewels.
Guardian Bracelet is an accessory that provides immunity to Immobilize and Disable, and can be bought for 7,000 gil at an outfitter after meeting Cardinal Delacroix, and found as rare treasure inside Lionel Castle.
Protective Armlet is a level 60 bangle that provides +287 HP, +60 Defense, and Regen +10%. It can be obtained from the shop by trading 135,000 gil, Imperial Guard, Carbuncle's Gem, and Girl's Dream x5.
A bracer with a beautiful silver shine. Equipping it grants both physical and magical protection, as it automatically casts the protect and shell spells on the wearer. Apparently, the ancient race that forged this brace was often caught in vicious battles that left their mark for posterity. The evidence of these encounters found in literature and locations such as ancient ruins leave no doubt that they involved a clash among powers much greater than those we know today.