Made from imperial silk and varying shades of blue silk and decorated with gold: This armour is designed to help prevent the "Beast-Within" from taking hold. We speak of the blue mage. This mysterious jobclass is feared across Vana'Diel. Veiled with a Keffiyeh like a woman of an oriental seraglio and provided with mysterious skills this set fits perfectly with the blue mage. It boosts all main statistics and gives also an edge for learning and using the bluemagic skill. For a fee you can store the set at any Armor Storer.


Number of Pieces: 5   Cost to store: 1000 gil   Storage marker: Magus Attire Claim Slip

Level Armor Piece
60

Magus Keffiyeh RareExclusive
[Head] All Races
DEF: 23 MP +20 INT +3 MND +3
Enhances monster correlation effects
Lv. 60 BLU

58

Magus Jubbah RareExclusive
[Body] All Races
DEF: 44 HP +12 MP +12 STR +3 DEX +3
Blue Magic skill +15
Lv. 58 BLU

56

Magus Bazubands RareExclusive
[Hands] All Races
DEF: 16 MP +15 Parrying skill +10
Increases chance to learn blue magic
Lv. 56 BLU

54

Magus Shalwar RareExclusive
[Legs] All Races
DEF: 33 HP +20 VIT +3 AGI +3
Spell interruption rate down 10%
Lv. 54 BLU

52
Magus Charuqs RareExclusive

[Feet] All Races
DEF: 13 HP +13 MP +13
Evasion skill +10 Enmity -3
Lv. 52 BLU


Set Summary

Historical Background

The word 'Magus' stands indeed for magician- and wizard-likeness, but it could be that Square Enix named the Blue Mage Artifact Armor set after a certain Final Fantasy character. The Blue Mage had his debut in Final Fantasy V; this game had a job-system, but in Final Fantasy VI was a character, that was a Blue Mage; his name was Strago Magus (in the Japanese Version Stragus Magus), he was a very old talkative man. Since in Final Fantasy was the first Blue Mage with a name, it could be that Square Enix named the Blue Mage Artifact Armor set after his surname.

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