Armors or " Protections " for Absolver are covered in this page. There are a total of 9 types of armors found in the game. These armors offers overall protections, as well as protection against blunt damage and cut damage. But wearing too many will weigh you down, reducing mobility and overall attack damage.

Armor can come in two qualities, Clean or Dirty, which can be determined by a white gradient behind the armor in your equipment screen. Asides from appearance, Clean armor will weigh more and have better protection, while Dirty armor will be lighter and have less protection. Clean armor will always have a better ratio of weight:protection. Combat Trials always drop Clean armor.

You can check out this video for an overview of weapons and armor.




The total damage given by a move with a weapon is split between blunt and cut damage.

The weapon define this repartition.


The Mobility acts as an attribute and depends on your equipped weight.

Mobility impacts movement speed and Stamina. Attacks can deal more damage with a better Mobility.


You can be disarmed if you take too much damage in a row.












Red Essence Mask

13.4 4.0 9.4 2.2 Some Oratian mines contain reserves of Red Essence. It is rare, and therefore desirable?

Labyrinth Prospect Mask

Labyrinth Prospect Mask

5.7 4.0 1.7 1.0 Someone has engraved labyrinthic patterns on an orginal Prospect Mask. Maybe to reward those who had faith early ?

Prospect Mask

Prospect Mask

5.7 4.0 1.7 1.0 Mask given by Guides to Prospects who come to Towerpoint without having carved their own. Some say the broken eye was made in homage to Simeon's scars.

Shabu Guard Mask

2.7 2.6 0.1 0.4 Each one has two faces, and sometimes more.

Tear Chief Mask

18.3 1.8 16.5 3.1 Battered iron and straw hair, this makeshift mask was originally part of the armor of a Tearan warchief.

Terra Cotta Mask

5.8 2.3 3.5 1.0 Simple but delicate. Would break easily had it not been enchanted.

Folded Eyes Mask

1.6 1.6 0.0 0.3 Glowing eyes on floating stones, conceived by a twisted soul. Some find it nightmarish; others see it as an omen of knowledge and foresight.

Wild Stag Mask

10.5 4.7 5.8 1.7 Whoever crafted this mask, it seems to be inspired by Adalian shapes. Seems to be an abstract representation of a wild stag's snout.

Forest Spike Mask

2.3 2.2 0.1 0.4 Feathers and colored motifs, it was probably crafted by a Newforest propesct. The centrel spike could be the beak of woodpecker - or tip of a spear.

Newforest Mask

11.6 2.9 8.7 1.9 The silts on the cheeks and the bands of fabric indicate this mask was created by a Newforest craftsman,

Golden One Mask

13.0 2.6 10.4 2.2 An old Adal design, the disk on the forehead symbolizes the connection to the Golden One.

All-seeing Mask

13.0 3.9 9.1 2.2 An essence-infused gem radiates light above this mask; shaped like old representations of the God of Eyes, hinting at an Adalian origin.

Kuretz Mask

13.0 2.6 10.4 2.2 This mask of rare metal belonged to an Absolver, before it was torn away by Kuretz to make it his own. 

Hive Bone Mask

3.1 2.8 0.3 0.5 This organic form wraps around the head of the bearer, gaping holes revealing nothing but emptiness.

Hand of Marek

17.3 1.7 15.6 2.9 Probably inspired by the Tearan legend of Marek, a gigantic hand hugging the face of the bearer. Or is it suffocating it?

Placid Mask

10.5 4.7 5.8 1.7 The bizarre structure of this masks is typical of the geometrical patterns that were fashionable in the last days of the Adalian Empire. Could be a young boy's face.

Silan Mask

5.8 2.2 3.6 1.0 Ivory and gold, only worn by high-ranking Absolvers. The intricate patterns represent phrases of Simeon's teachings.

Oratian Time Mask

8.6 4.3 4.3 1.4 Ever moving, like passing states of mind. No time can actually be read here, apart maybe from that of opportunities seized and missed.

Orate Keeper Mask

10 5.0 5.0 1.7 A symbol of protection from those above. Solid metal provides good protection.

Simeon Mask

9.6 3.4 6.2 1.6 A rarer version of the First Mask, seems made out of alabaster.

Motherland Mask

12.6 7.6 5.0 2.1 Mask sculpted out of wood found floating on Lake Rippa. The shape is a homage to some pagan divinity few remember today.

Sand Tribe Mask

10.2 4.1 6.1 1.7 Tribal shape, usually chosen by nomads from Ripa when taking the Vow.

Mask of Talem

5.8 3.5 2.3 1.0

Fractured, shattered, this mask was broken and pieced back together more than once - just like it's owner has fallen many times, only to stand back up again

Barapha Mask

5.0 3.0 2.0 0.8 Most feel uneasy when confronted to this strange mask from Barapha.

Lost Prospect Mask

13.5 2.7 10.8 2.2 Reflects the broken spirit of Lost Prospects, light losing itself in the darkness.

Forest Dweller Mask

2.7 2.4 0.3 ? Reflects the habits of Newforest hunters, hiding by night to catch their prey.

Metal Teeth Mask

6.8 4.4 2.4 1.1 Tear novice who want to show their ferocity often bear metal teeth.

Silly Face Mask

6.4 4.5 1.9 1.1 Druids in the forest enjoyed taking inspiration from animals. In this case, a frog.

Upside Down Mask

16.0 2.4 13.6 2.7 Tears flowing down on a golden forehead. Cutting attacks seem somehow deflected by it.

Elohim Mask

5 3 2 0.8 Made of delicate porcelain, it's features are almost life-like. Seems puzzled by an age-old dilemma: should one always follow the instructions of one's creator?

Rengkok Mask

15.1 4.5 10.6 2.5

Essence-infused mask created by the Eastern tribe of Reikon. Certainly won't inspire trust; we can't be betrayed if we were never friends?

Cartel Mask

17.7 3.5 14.2 3 Before the Downfall, the Nekro drug was initially used by Essence miners to stay awake during their long shifts. It was soon peddled in the streets of Raslan by gangs of ruffians wearing the Cartel mask.

Rooster Mask

7.2 6.5 0.7 1.2 Usually worn with a jacket, it walks a hot line between amusing and strange. Doesn't grant any special abilities besides making your enemy feel uneasy.

Bullet Kin Mask

23.7 7.1 16.6 4.0 Created by the Lead Lord in his First Chamber, it is actually made of copper. Heavy or not, when you wear it you can dodge, but you still can't roll.


Oratian Operative Mask

17.2 6.9 10.3 2.9

Oratian Operatives work in teams of three, often wearing masks to conceal their identity. Lo Wang, High Guard of the Orate, is believe to have once said: "I will wear this mask when wild hogs can fly."

Ice Mask

8.8 3.5 5.3 1.6 Ice infused with Essence dust, and a gem on the forehead. A complex incantation keeps the ice cold, even in the warmest weather.


Bird Doctor Mask

14.2 5.7 8.6 2.4 The skull of a large bird was used to create this grotesque and fearsome mask.



12.6 6.3 6.3 2.1 Burnt wood, with a strange glow coming from inside. Some say its the spirit of the dead, other say it is just Essence shining. 


Night Owl Mask

3.4 3.2 0.2 0.6 Forest Dwellers loved owls, and their unblinking eyes were considered as a sign of perspicacity. This one seems malevolent though?


Dead Inside Mask

5.1 2.8 2.3 0.8 Under even the most delicate faces only ever lies cold and hard bone.

 Devil Mask

7 4.2 2.8 1.2 The Prospect who created this mask is undoubtedly Oratian: the fangs of the devil are typical of their northern mythology.

Candles Mask

7.4 5.9 1.5 1.2 These candles burned long ego enough for thick drools of wax to drool over their base. Now looks like a screaming face under a crown of ashes.

Anlek's Eye Mask

13.4 2.4 11 2.2 Made of solid gold, this Mask was created by a Prospect who clearly worshipped Anlek - and was also very wealthy.


Thorns Mask


4.6 4.1 0.5 0.8 Delicate and subtle, it is also harsh and spiky. A heartbroken lover is said to have carved it before becoming a Prospect, and it has been coming out of the Fold ever since.


Sea Guardian Mask

14.6 2.2 12.4 2.4

Mask inspired by the traditions of Sea Guardians, which persisted long after the Downfall, and the disappearance of their order.


Toddler Mask

9.8  6.4 3.4   1.6

Carved ivory, it used to belong to a rich Uringal who lost a young child, and decided to join the Absolvers.


Kalos Mask

 9.9 4.5 5.4  1.6

Adalian craftsmen had mastered the Kalos method, mixing Essence and Glass to create mesmerizing effects. This one was inspired by the descriptions of the visions provoked by Essence Dust incantations.


Older Risryn Mask

6.8   3.4 3.4 1.1

A lone warrior used to wear this ages ago in the barren landscapes of Donze Valley, long before her namessake became legend.


Ripa Warrior Mask

5.6   3.9  1.7  0.9

It seems that a Ripan warrior became a Prospect once, and had the typical Ripan headscarfs enchanted, the inner surface of the cloth becoming linked to the Fold during the Ceremony.


Forest Dancer Mask

1.9   1.8 0.1  0.3 

Paper scrolls were often tied to the dancer's crowns, but never all around the face. This variant must have been created specifically for the Prospect Ceremony.


Deep Sea Mask

 18.4 5.5  12.9  3.1 

Painted wood, with an essence stone, this was clearly inspired by the strange species finding their way in the nets of Ripan fishermen.


Baroque Eye Mask

 6.5 2.9   3.6  1.1

Typical Adalian design with rich golden engravings. Is this eye following you, or is it just an illusion?


Roots Mask

5.6   4.8  0.8 0.9 

Rumors speak of sentient plants in Newforest, their roots sometimes hiding treasures like the Pimodan falcon's egg. Could this be one of them?


Mirror Mask

15.8   5.5  10.3  2.6

Made of glass and metal, it cracks regularly but seems to fix itself magically.


Infinity Reflection Mask

 11.4  11.4  0 1.9 

It is easy to lose oneself when staring at these reflections multiplying to infinity. Nothing from the outside would reflect in this strange mirror.


Metal Roar Mask

24.4  6.1  18.3  4.1 

From the blazing forges of Karshi blacksmiths, this Lion face is a tribute to the great beasts roaming in the desert. The mane is made out of thin plates of battered metal.


Fool's Mask

9.1   5  4.1  1.5

This mask was clearly inspired by Green Yowl, a popular character of Adalian children stories, famous for his silly jokes and goofy demeanor.


Horned Beast Mask

 11.1  5  6.1 1.8 

Legends speak of large beasts with huge horns which used to roam in the icy plains of the Motherland, terrorizing fishermen. They are long gone, but seem to inspired this mask.


Wise Witness Mask

 18.2  6.4 11.8 

Don't hear, don't see, don't speak: as a rule, Uringal townspeople avoided testifying after witnessing a crime.


Tear Prisoner Mask

 11  6.6 4.4  1.8 

These were used by Tearan tribes when transporting their prisoners and were fixed to their faces by metal bands. It seems that a twisted mind decided to use one as their Prospect mask.


Hypnosis Mask

9.1   5.9 3.2  1.3 

Seems charming and innocent at first, but don't stare at it too long, or you risk losing yourself in this twisted gaze.


Ethnic Mask

7.7   5  2.7 1.3 

Typical from early Adalian craft, this relic is probably much older than the Empire itself.


Beetle Mask

 15.8  6.3 9.5  2.6 

Strange alloys give an iridescent shine to this mask, shaped in the form of an alien beetle.


Tarylia Mask

6.5  3.9   2.6  1.1

The tarylia was a popular instument in Uring that became used in the whole Adal Empire. A music-loving Prospect must have had this one enchanted.


Pinurol Mask

 10.3  6.2 4.1  1.7 

Long before the birth of the Empire, nomadic tribes used to wander in the Great Desert beyond Ripa. Their medicine men used to wear such masks.


Pinurak Mask

 10 1.7 

Long before the birth of the Empire, nomadic tribes used to wander in the Great Desert beyond Ripa. Their medicine women used to wear such masks.


Forest Shaman Mask

1.6 1.4 0.2 0.3

The lines on the hood represent the path followed by the Shaman when performing his duties. Features are hidden, not for hunting purposes, but to avoid recognition by evil forces.

Ripan Assassin Mask

11.1 8.3 2.8 1.8

This mask belonged to Kizza, an infamous Ripan assassin who disappeared and is rumored to have become a high-ranking Absolver. It features golden beads on the side of the hood, one for each target eliminated by its owner.

Adalian Carpenter Mask

11.6 7.5 4.1 1.9

This makeshift mask seems to have been consolidated with metal, fabric, and tar, which a Prospect decided to have enchanted.

Essence Prospector Mask

13.5 3.4 10.1 2.2

Prospectors used Essence torches, mounted on their heads, to locate promising Essence veins in the thin shafted of the Adalian mines.

Guide Scholar Mask

8.1 6.5 1.6 1.4

Covered by a hood, this mask of cracked minerals features a strange rune at the center. This symbol was taken from the incantation that caused the Downfall.

Guide Witness Mask

12.2 7.9 4.3 2

On rare occasions, Guide Witnesses decide to become Prospects, and choose to wear this ivory mask wrapped under a hood.

Forest Healer Mask

13.8 7.6 6.2 2.3

Forest Healers were thought to wield mystical powers, capable of both healing and cursing, and wore a special headdress to impress their people. Don't hold their gaze for too long.

Tear Tyrant Mask

25.6 4.9 19.7 4.1

Closely resembles the helmet of Calner, who disappeared after successfully invading Karshi. Could he have decided to renounce his previous life, and become a Prospect?

Corrupted Scholar Mask

1.4 0 1.4 0.2

As he was experimenting with Openings in the Cave Temples, a Guide was exposed to Arcell's corruption. Gleam erupted from the Fold, coating his face like a demonic helmet, and he now defends the entrance to the Fold for his master.

Corrupted Tearan Mask 9.1 1.8 7.3 1.5 The Tearan Absolver who was wearing this mask ended up corrupted by Arcell. Slivers of Gleam have now grown from under his hood.
Fountain Mask 18.1 1.8 16.3 3 Some strange enchantment seems to have water flowing from the holes on this mask? Don't drink from it though.
Live Drops Mask 7.8 4.7 3.1 1.3 A simple wooden mask, covered with strange droplets that seem to have a life of their own.

Adal Chimney Mask

16 6.4 9.6 2.7

This mask looks strangely like the typical Adalian chimneys? Is that smoke coming out from it?

Moodswing Mask

8.1 4.5 3.6 1.4

Carved wood resembling a sneering face. Or is it smiling? Surprised maybe?

Molten Essence Mask

13.6 6.8 6.8 2.3

Looks similar to lamps which became popular during the high times of the Adal Empire, often used to ease children into sleep. It was enchanted as a mask a while ago.


    • Anonymous

      03 Oct 2018 18:13  

      Clean/Dirty? I always said Broken or Fixed. I mean, it doesn't have you clean the armor for Fragments, it has you repair it. Also, this page really needs an update, as does the rest of the wiki. I would do it myself, but I have no experience editing wikis.

      • Anonymous

        17 Jul 2018 17:00  

        If any one has the devil mask on ps4, I would trade anything for it/teach moves. I've got the crow medicine mask. Doc_Proc95

        • Anonymous

          08 Jul 2018 02:07  

          gotta say it would be nice if all this got updated there are a influx of new players from ps4 and more information would be helpful.

          • 06 Oct 2017 12:32  

            I wish you couldn't get the same item from PvP more than once because l have like 10 of the same exact belt, and i don't mean recolors I mean the SAME one. It would still take you like 200 ranks to get all the stuff which is still quite a lot.

            • 26 Sep 2017 01:02  

              The actual name of this item is "Forest Dweller Gloves". I'm not sure how to edit the title of this page (I'm new to editing wikis), so if someone more experienced could change it, it would be much appreciated!

              • Anonymous

                05 Sep 2017 10:25  

                BIG INFO: I've noticed there are two types of the same equipment (not including masks) : clean (or new) and unclean (or old/worn out). As stated the unclean equipment is usually dirty or torn and the clean equipment is well clean and doesn't usually have any worn out features. An easy way to tell what kind you have is to look in your inventory, and the clean equipment will have a pale white aura around it when you select it to be worn, whereas the unclean equipment will not. The clean equipment will have the correct colour that is displayed in the equipment selection menu when you wear it but the unclean equipment will not. Plus the clean equipment will have better stats.

                • Anonymous

                  05 Sep 2017 02:25  

                  From experience and considering the way moves are learnt in this game, I think it would be prudent to say that if an enemy is wearing something they have a chance to drop it. I get the feeling masks are an exception but it appears most standard non-boss enemies drop the gear they wear. What I would really like to know is whether the colour they are wearing will match the colour of the item dropped...

                  • Anonymous

                    02 Sep 2017 22:06  

                    i really do wish they put some more weapons and armor in game instead of pvp cause I'm really tired of pvp farming

                    • Anonymous

                      01 Sep 2017 02:41  

                      The mask after the motherland mask on this list, mask #22 is the "Sand Tribe Mask"
                      Description reads: Tribal shape, Usually chosen by nomads from Ripa when taking the Vow.

                      Credit: SkyOFFXan

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