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Lords of the Fallen: How to Get the Lord Armor Set

Have your character look like a Rhogar fighter using the Lord Armor in Lords of the Fallen.

You’ll amass quite a lot of equipment in Lords of the Fallen, and some offer decent benefits for your playthrough. There’s one, however, that looks really cool as hell (figuratively speaking). Our guide discusses how to get the Lord Armor Set in Lords of the Fallen, as redundant as that phrase sounds. It’s one of the outfits worn by a secret starting class, though you can also obtain it while exploring.

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How to Get the Lord Armor Set in Lords of the Fallen

The Lord Armor Set can be found in the Bramis Castle zone. Bear in mind that Bramis Castle only becomes accessible at the end of the campaign. I don’t want to spoil all the major details, but the most straightforward way of getting there is by cleansing all five beacons. However, there are other actions that you can take while going through the campaign, which might lead to a different conclusion.

Now, instead of focusing solely on just the Lord Armor Set in Lords of the Fallen, I’ve opted to also list down the other items that are part of the full complement. Also, if you’re already in Bramis Castle, you might want to collect the Conflagrant Seer Armor Set, too.

Where to Find the Lord Axe

Once you get past the area with the lava flows, there’s a section where you climb up the steps leading to the castle entrance. You should see this loot orb in that area.

Watch out since the castle interior is full of Sinner-bosses-turned-non-elite-variants that will cause headaches. There were a few times when I had to run back to a waypoint/bonfire due to so many dangerous enemies.

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Where to Find the Lord Armor, Gauntlet, and Leggings

Once inside the castle, head to the back of the grand hall near the lever (which you do need to pull just to rotate the spiral staircase). Before you go upstairs, though, check the side room for a chest that’s guarded by a Proselyte enemy.

Where to Find the Lord Catalyst and Lord Mask

Once you’ve pulled the lever to rotate the main staircase, head to the top and check the opposite chamber that has a statue of the king and queen. Off to the side, you’ll see a chest that has the Lord Catalyst.

From there, continue through the opening in the collapsed section. It will lead you to a bedroom that has the Swaddling Cloth quest item, as well as the Lord Mask.

Condemned Armor Set Stats and Resistances

The Lords of the Fallen Lord Armor Set consists of the following (as noted above): Mask, Armor, Gauntlet, Leggings. Of course, you’ve also got the Lord Axe and Lord Catalyst just for kicks.

If you wear all the gear pieces, you’ll gain the following stats:

  • Defenses: Physical 423, Holy 134, Fire 414, and Wither 263.
  • Resistances: Smite 57, Bleed 66, Burn 251, Ignite 262, Frostbite 149, and Poison 140.

I really like the look of the Lord set, since it makes your character look like a deranged demon. I should note that the Lord is, technically, the secret class that focuses on the Rhogar/Inferno magic, which is why the gear pieces offer a lot of fire defense, along with burn and ignite resistances.

Still, I should remind you that there are other secret classes in the game whose armor sets can be acquired through exploration. These are the Radiant Purifier and the Putrid Child.

In any case, that’s everything you need to know about how to get the Lord Armor Set in Lords of the Fallen. For other tips and tactics, you can visit our LotF guides hub.

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Jason Rodriguez is a game reviewer and guides writer from the Philippines. With around 5,000 published articles, he's freelanced for numerous outlets, including GameSkinny, GameSpot, Polygon, IGN, PCGamesN, PC Invasion, and more.