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Armor is equippable garments that provide protection from damage and are divided into Helmets, Body Armor and Leggings. This page has a complete list of all armour in the Jagged Alliance series.

Jagged AllianceEdit

HelmetsEdit

Body ArmorEdit

ConsumablesEdit

Jagged Alliance 2Edit

HelmetsEdit

Body ArmorEdit

LeggingsEdit

AttachmentsEdit

ConsumablesEdit

[1] Coated items can only be obtained/created in Sci-Fi gameplay.

NotesEdit

  • Like most items, armor can degrade with use, and if slogged through water. Armor in poor condition has a poorer protection rating, and has a chance to completely fail to protect the user at all. All armors can be repaired by a mercenary with sufficient mechanical skill and a Tool Kit, or barring that, paying a visit to a repairman such as Perko.
  • Armor in Jagged Alliance 2 has a hidden coverage rating in addition to its protection rating. This coverage rating combined with your armor status and degradation will have major effects on whether the armor protects a mercenary at all. Keeping armor in good repair is thus key for using it effectively.
  • Armors are heavy, and a full set of helmet + vest + leggings weighs a substantial amount, something to be wary of if a mercenary has a low strength.

Jagged Alliance 2? v1.13Edit

Helmets

  • Clothing Items (Officer's Cap, Fur Hat, Black Cap) - minimal protection (2-5%), looks fashionable
  • Painted Steel Helmet - a regular steel helmet with camo paint
  • Ghillie Hood - minimal protection (1%) + 20% camoflage
  • SWAT Helmet, Twaron Helmet - helmet counterparts to the SWAT and Twaron vests.
  • Dyneema Helmet - similar variant of Spectra Helmet
  • EOD Helmet - renders user nearly impervious at the cost of extreme bulkiness and weight

Body Armor

  • Clothing Items (Leather Jacket, Dress Uniform, Officer's Coat) - minimal protection (2-5%), looks fashionable
  • Ghillie Suit - minimal protection (1%) + 50% camoflage
  • Zylon Combat Vest, Field Uniform - camo woven tops with some kevlar protection and pockets
  • SWAT Vest, Twaron Vest - variants of the Guardian vest, with varying amounts of coverage, reliability and ease of movement.
  • Dyneema Vest - variant of Spectra Vest with less bulkiness and less coverage
  • EOD Vest - renders user nearly impervious at the cost of extreme bulkiness and weight

Leggings

  • Leg Protectors - cloth kneepads that offer basic protection.  Can be attached to other leggings to increase overall protection.
  • Ghillie Leggings - minimal protection (1%) + 30% camoflage 
  • Zylon Combat Vest, Field Uniform - camo woven tops with some kevlar protection and pockets
  • SWAT Leggings, Twaron Leggings - leg counterparts to the SWAT and Twaron Vests.
  • Dyneema Leggings - variant of Spectra Leggings with increased bulkiness and coverage
  • EOD Leggings - renders user nearly impervious at the cost of extreme bulkiness and weight

Attachments

  • Titanium Plates - less protective, lighter variant of ceramic plates.  Can be repaired.
  • Camo Cover Mk I and II - helmet attachments that add to overall camoflage.  Cannot be attached to painted steel helmets, Ghillie hoods, SWAT helmets or EOD Helmets.

Jagged Alliance: Back in ActionEdit

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