Me, I love love LOVE the Iron Lorica. I dunno why... I guess just get a dark colored shirt underneath, an Ebon Neck Wrap, and a sweet looking Longbow (I actually like the second Longbow, the Plain Longbow) and you've got yourself a pretty cool looking pawn, in my opinion. Looks better on Medium sized characters, rather than big though.
DD:Dark Arisen: GT xX Horris Xx - Pawn: Freyah, Lv 200 Strider Alt GT: StellularDrop87 - Pawn: Alexander, lv 35 Sorcerer (soon to be Warrior)
if it looks good, that's enough justification to use for me. It also depends on where your at in the game. most of the armors have a point in the game where they are the best or close enough to the best to justify using even if they didn't look that good.
But if were talking overall when at endgame then i have i big list of armors: Archer's Silhouettes, Flutter padding(with or w/o shoulder pads), Holy Cuisses, Burnished Bracers, All midnight set, Harpies Cape, Monomi set, assembled breeches, carmines breeches, Direwolf Veil, Coupled Headgear, Meloirean set, Scale Coat, Bronze set, Fake Guards armor, Fop's traveling wears(what I am currently wearing), Masters bracers, Padded Armor, Battle Greaves, Assault boots(actually pretty good), Hard Leather Plate.. thats all i could think of off the top of my head :P
Gamertag: Blaggerflagger, Arisen: Rayn, Companion: Wolf - Lvl: <50 http://imgur.com/piaDmyC
I've been tempted to try some of the old weapons again just to see how ineffective they are now. I've already tried the Kunai. They weren't bad, but that could have been due to my high str stat. Next, the Repellar Bow. It happens to be one of the original DLC that was useful and not suck.
It is defeat that you must learn to prepare for. http://imgur.com/Wbj4sJI GT:DatDarkOne Alt: WraithWings Alt: CujoGojiro