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Full Quiggle Armour (r99) [Super Rare]View in Item Database
DescriptionThis heavy duty armour is not only stylish, but it will keep your Quiggle safe from harm. Full Quiggle Armour

Quiggle Only


Multiuse


Average Rating [?]
1
Attack N/A
Defense *-water**-water**-water**-air**-air**-air**-earth**-earth**-earth**-light**-light*
Reflect N/A
Effects N/A
Actual Icons
DEFENSE EARTH 3 DEFENSE AIR 3 DEFENSE WATER 3 DEFENSE LIGHT 2
Restocks At Defence Magic
Used By N/A
Special Categorization None
Notes None
Ratings - Full Quiggle Armour
Rating:
1
Price/power (0/5): Way too expensive for what it does, given other options.

Tactical (1/5): A rare example of a full armour that doesn't block physical icons. However, it's outclassed by the Wanderers Cloak, which blocks fire icons as well.

Bonus (1/1): It's good to see TNT deviate from the standard full armour formula every now and then.

Closing remarks: Get the Wanderers Cloak, it's much cheaper and also more effective.

Rated on April 30, 2014

Rating:
1
Overview: Priced in the millions but performing like it should cost tens of thousands, the Full Quiggle Armour is a rarity 99 species armour that's more for collectors than for actual battlers.

The Good: I really like the icons this deflects. 11 total icons is enough to be a viable shield. Blocking the ultra-common earth and water while tossing in some light and air defense is exactly what I'd like to see in an affordable low-end shield.

The Bad: This shield is way top expensive. At the time of me posting this review it costs over one million neopoints, while the Parasol of Unfortunate Demise sells for under 1,000 neopoints. For Neopians that aren't putting together Rarity 99 collections, this shield simply isn't worth it.

The Ugly Truth: Full Quiggle Armour is for galleries only. If it was 10,000np I'd probably give it quite the favorable rating, but at its current price, the Quiggle Armour just isn't worth having in a battling lineup.

Rated on April 6, 2014