Royal Knight Armor (Altered) is a Chest Armor in Elden Ring. Royal Knight Armor (Altered) is part of the Royal Knight Set Armor Set, and is a Medium Weight chest piece that strikes a good balance between Physical and Magical defense. Royal Knight Armor (Altered) is an armor piece worn over or around the player's torso to obtain an increase of defense and resistance. It also changes the appearance as well when it is equipped. Some armor pieces may be available to both genders, but may be slightly different for male and female characters.
Silver armor of Loretta, a knight who served Miquella's Haligtree.
Loretta, once a royal Carian knight, went on a journey in search of a haven for Albinaurics, and determined that the Haligtree was their best chance for eventual salvation.
Where to find Royal Knight Armor (Altered) in Elden Ring
The Royal Knight Armor (Altered) Chest Armor can be found at:
- Boc the Seamster can alter the original Royal Knight Armor, if you have it in your possession.
Royal Knight Armor (Altered) Set in Elden Ring
- Royal Knight Armor (Altered) is a piece of the Royal Knight Set
- The rest of the set is composed by the Royal Knight Helm, Royal Knight Gauntlets and Royal Knight Greaves.
Elden Ring Royal Knight Armor (Altered) Notes & Tips
- Sell Value: 1,000
- Can be altered to Royal Knight Armor
- Poise Updated to patch 1.07
The comment below stating poise and focus values was written before the poise adjustments of 1.07, so it obviously is no longer up-to-date (it was at the time).
Currently (as of 1.08, since 1.07), altering the armor decreases every attribute except poise. Altering the armor actually INCREASES poise in this case. Poise increases by 4 from 24 to 28, so altering the armor may be well worth considering, depending on your other gear, if you want to hit a moderate poise threshold for PvP while looking unreasonably fancy.
Focus and Poise are incorrect on this page. Altering the armor leaves you with 32 Focus and 21 Poise.
Poise gets reduced by 3 points from 24 to 21 when removing the cape, which seems like a rather big difference to me, considering the weight only changes by -0.5. Note that this -3 poise penalty puts the set below the 51 poise threshold.