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Bronze Armor

USED BY: Anyone
DEFENSE: +5
WEIGHT: 14
BUY: 200 (300) Gil
SELL: 100 (150) Gil
BONUS: None
RESISTANT TO: None
* Amounts in (parenthesis) indicate prices in original NES and PSX releases.
FINAL FANTASY II :: EQUIPMENT :: ARMOR

PRONUNCIATION: bronz AHR-mer
ORIGINAL JAPANESE NAME: Unknown
ORIGINS NAME: Bronze Mail
DAWN OF SOULS NAME: Bronze Armor
ANNIVERSARY EDITION NAME: Bronze Armor

    Bronze Armor was a suit of armor made from a sheet of bronze. Prince Gordon wore this armor when Firion and his friends encountered him in Kashuan Keep, searching for the mythical Egil's Torch.

GAME INFO
    Prince Gordon's starting equipment.
    Purchased at the Weapons Shop in:
     • Salamand

NAME ORIGIN
    Bronze is a yellowish-brown alloy of copper with up to one-third tin. The origin of the word comes from the Persian birinj which means "copper". Armor is a metallic, protective covering worn as defense against weaponry. The word comes from the Latin armatura meaning "equipment".
    In Final Fantasy Origins, this armor was called Bronze Mail. Mail is a flexible armor made up of interlocking metal rings. The word comes from the Latin word macula which means "mesh of a net".

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