You’ll find quite a few attires in Lords of the Fallen that are worn by starting classes. One, in particular, is used by a secret archetype, a wielder of Umbral magic, and it can be yours through exploration. Our guide discusses how to get the Putrid Child Armor Set in Lords of the Fallen.
How to Get the Putrid Child Armor Set in Lords of the Fallen
The Putrid Child Armor Set can be found in the Abbey of the Hallowed Sisters zone. You can expect a long trek just to reach this part of Mournstead. Here’s a quick summary:
- Buy the Pilgrim’s Perch Key for 9,500 Vigor and open the door near the Bellroom vestige waypoint.
- Continue onward to defeat the Sacred Resonance of Tenacity in the upper section of Pilgrim’s Perch, as well as the Abiding Defenders in the Manse of the Hallowed Brothers.
- The back garden of the Leprosarium has two paths: one to the Tower of Penance, where you’ll encounter the Blessed Carrion Knight, and another to the Abbey of the Hallowed Sisters.
Proceed further into the Abbey until you reach an inner courtyard, where you’ll spot a large tree with red leaves. At the cliffside area, there’s a hallway with various crates and barrels strewn about. This actually leads to the back of the Abbey, which is only accessible if you switch to the Umbral Realm.
In the Umbral Realm, you’ll be able to climb up sinewy ladders and pull platforms to reach the opposite side of the chasm. You should then see your loot in a small nook down below, which nets you the Putrid Child set.
Putrid Child Armor Set Stats and Resistances
The Lords of the Fallen Putrid Child Armor Set consists of the following: Mask, Robes, Arm Wrappings, and Leg Wrappings. If you wear all the gear pieces, you’ll gain the following stats:
- Defenses: Physical 104, Holy 195, Fire 189, and Wither 361.
- Resistances: Smite 102, Bleed 143, Burn 173, Ignite 102, Frostbite 247, and Poison 235.
To be fair, I doubt that the Putrid Child Armor Set can ever replace the Cursed Armor Set, as the latter offers better defense overall. However, I did like a couple of things. The first is that each piece weighed less than most other options, which meant that I didn’t need to worry too much about encumbrance. The second all boils down to aesthetics. Wearing the full set truly makes you look like a denizen of the shadow realm.
As an aside, the Putrid Child Armor Set is just one of the attires worn by secret starting classes. You might also want to find the full outfits used by the Radiant Purifier and the Lord.
In any case, that’s everything you need to know about how to get the Putrid Child Armor Set in Lords of the Fallen. For other tips and tactics, you can visit our LotF guides hub.