Belts in Solasta: Crown of the Magister features various belt armor pieces that provide defenses and additional bonuses to the playable character, you can equip Belts or Girdles here. Armor grants defenses against various enemies and also provides different fixed and random modifiers that affect the player stats.

Armor pieces are usually obtained as rewards from completing quests, purchased from merchants, looted from various locations, or are dropped by enemies and bosses. This page will indicate a list of all the Belts in Solasta: Crown of the Magister which will include its description and values. You can find detailed information on its location and properties on each individual page linked below.

Categories of Armor in Solasta

  • Heavy Armor: Of all the armor categories, heavy armor offers the best protection. These suits of armor cover the entire body and are designed to stop a wide range of attacks. 
  • Medium Armor: Medium armor offers more protection than light armor, but il also impairs movement more. 
  • Light Armor: Made from supple and thin materials, light armor favors agile adventurers since it offers some protection without sacrificing mobility. 
  • No Armor: This kind of basic clothing does not offer any natural protection 
  • Shield: A shield is made from wood or metal and is carried in one hand. You can benefit from only one shield at a time.

Armor Slots in Solasta

Armor can also be equipped as different articles of clothing that are fitted to different slots. These are sorted into the following categories. 

How to get Armor in Solasta

Armor in Solasta can be either found, looted from Enemies, purchased or are received as rewards for completing various quests and tasks. Players may encounter Merchant NPCs and Vendors such as Gorim Ironsoot. Merchants that man a General Store for Adventurer's may have some weapons available for purchase. Aligning with the vendor's Factions may even earn you a better deal for their wares. Other than purchasing them, they can be looted from enemies after battle or found in hidden highlighted areas or items such as baskets and drawers as you progress through the main campaigns or the different quests in the game. 

How to choose your Armor

Much like Weapons in Solasta, characters will need to have the appropriate proficiency to equip certain Light to Heavy set Armors. Proficiencies for equipment are granted by Classes during Character Creation, but some can also be gained from Races and SubracesBackgroundsSubclasses, and Feats.

Armor Proficiency SRD 5.1

Anyone can put on a suit of armor or strap a shield to an arm. Only those proficient in the armor’s use know how to wear it effectively, however. Your class gives you proficiency with certain types of armor. If you wear armor that you lack proficiency with, you have disadvantage on any ability check, saving throw, or attack roll that involves Strength or Dexterity, and you can’t cast spells.

 

 

Solasta All Belts

 

 

Comparison Table

Quick Search of All Belt Armor

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Name Effect Value Weight
Belt of Giant Strength (Fire) Your Strength scrore is 25 while you are wearing this belt. It has no effect on you if your STR score is already 21 or higher. 8000 gold currency icon solasta wiki guide 2 lb.
Belt of Giant Strength (Hill) Your Strength scrore is 21 while you are wearing this belt. It has no effect on you if your STR score is already 21 or higher. 1000 gold currency icon solasta wiki guide 2.1 lb.
Belt of Giant Strength Stone ??? ??? ???
Belt of Dwarvenkind ??? ??? ???



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