Full Elden Ring Armor Sets Catalog and Locations Guide

This guide will show you all Elden Ring Armor Sets available in the game – a full catalog with high-quality images of the front and back visuals as well as detailed descriptions and information on where and how to get the sets!




Elden Ring has a vast collection of armor sets you can wear, and continues the tradition of “if you see it, you can wear it” like other From Software games. There are some exceptions, particularly with enemies that have less humanoid appearances, but usually enemies have a chance to drop a piece of the armor set they’re wearing upon being defeated.

For friendly NPCs and more unique enemies like bosses, these are typically obtainable through specific drops where you’ll get most or all of the armor set at once. In this guide, I’ll be showcasing all the different armor sets you can get in the game from both front and back and where you can find them. In addition, I also have some tips on how you can make farming for a specific set more efficient at the end of this guide.

Some sets, particularly lighter ones, do not contain a full set of 4 pieces of gear. In order to be on this list, the armor set must contain at least 3 unique pieces, though there might be a couple of 2-piece sets that slipped through the cracks. I will specify when armor does not contain a full set of 4 pieces or when a specific piece is located elsewhere. The only 3 armor sets that are missing from this list are regular Duelist, High Page, and Goldmask.

This list is ordered with the heaviest armor sets at the top and lightest at the bottom and should be pretty close to the exact order you see in your inventory. I have also put character names in parentheses next to the name of the armor set in case you are looking for the armor worn by a specific character.

Armor Sets Full Catalog


Click on a thumbnail image to see the full info for the armor set, including high quality images from the front and back of the character and detailed instructions where and how to obtain the gear.

This guide will show you all Elden Ring Armor Sets available in the game – a full catalog with high-quality images of the front and back visuals as well as detailed descriptions and information on where and how to get the sets!

Elden Ring has a vast collection of armor sets you can wear, and continues the tradition of “if you see it, you can wear it” like other From Software games. There are some exceptions, particularly with enemies that have less humanoid appearances, but usually enemies have a chance to drop a piece of the armor set they’re wearing upon being defeated.




For friendly NPCs and more unique enemies like bosses, these are typically obtainable through specific drops where you’ll get most or all of the armor set at once. In this guide, I’ll be showcasing all the different armor sets you can get in the game from both front and back and where you can find them. In addition, I also have some tips on how you can make farming for a specific set more efficient at the end of this guide.

Some sets, particularly lighter ones, do not contain a full set of 4 pieces of gear. In order to be on this list, the armor set must contain at least 3 unique pieces, though there might be a couple of 2-piece sets that slipped through the cracks. I will specify when armor does not contain a full set of 4 pieces or when a specific piece is located elsewhere. The only 3 armor sets that are missing from this list are regular Duelist, High Page, and Goldmask.

This list is ordered with the heaviest armor sets at the top and lightest at the bottom and should be pretty close to the exact order you see in your inventory. I have also put character names in parentheses next to the name of the armor set in case you are looking for the armor worn by a specific character.
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