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The Armor of Achilles was a breastplate that was part of a set of armor in 5th century BCE Greece.

In the early years of the Peloponnesian War, it belonged to Belos, a member of the Cult of Kosmos, with the other pieces of the set divided among his fellow leaders of the Heroes of the Cult branch. As a gladiator in the Pephka Arena known as the Beast of Sparta, Belos faced the Spartan misthios Alexios in a public duel and was slain. Thereupon, Alexios seized the breastplate for his own.[1]

Armor statistics

Rarity Armor (Lvl 99) Default Engravings Availability
Legendary + % Warrior Damage
+ % Health
Defeat Belos the Beast of Sparta in the Arena


  • The Armor of Achilles is the non-canonical male counterpart to the Amazonian Outfit.



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