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Full Grarrl Armour (r99) [Super Rare]View in Item Database
DescriptionWhy settle for anything but the best? Full Grarrl Armour

Grarrl Only


Multiuse


Average Rating [?]
1.5
Attack N/A
Defense *-air**-air**-water**-water**-water**-earth**-earth**-earth**-physical**-physical**-physical*
Reflect N/A
Effects N/A
Actual Icons
DEFENSE EARTH 3 DEFENSE AIR 2 DEFENSE WATER 3 DEFENSE PHYSICAL 3
Restocks At Defence Magic
Used By N/A
Special Categorization None
Notes None
Ratings - Full Grarrl Armour
Rating:
1
Price/power (0/5): Absolutely terrible for the price. The Shiny Shoal Shell Shield is the one to beat.

Tactical (0/5): Icon types are useful but there's no reason to pay so much for something that can be found cheaply.

Bonus (1/1): Only because I can't give it a 0.

Closing remarks: Get a Shiny Shoal Shell Shield. It does pretty much the same thing.

Rated on April 30, 2014

Rating:
2
Overview: The Full Grarrl Armour is pretty decent for a species defense weapon, however, the price tag puts it in a league it can't compete in.

The Good: A big simple spread of icons means it can block a little of everything. The air/water/earth combo blocks out some common low-level weapons like Scroll of Knowledge or Scroll of the Scholar.

The Bad: At a couple million neopoints, the Full Grarrl Armour is too weak to fight in its price range. Assuming equally-priced sets, a 2m blocker would go up against weapons like Dr. Sloths Personal Bath Buddy, which it can not handle. Basically, the weapon is priced out of the hands of the battlers who would actually use it in the 'Dome. In most cases, cheaper shields like Leaf Shield or Parasol of Unfortunate Demise would do better. To get very similar blocked-icon quantity with the same icon types, the much cheaper Shiny Shoal Shell Shield is the next best thing.

The Ugly Truth: I like the idea of the Full Grarrl Armour for low-level battling, but in its own price range, it can't compete.

Rated on January 31, 2014