This is a record of the Japanese-style Sengoku samurai warrior armor “Genta of Fending” series for tanks.
Oh, it’s a military commander-like armor from the Warring States period in Japan! that’s cool!
The armor is cool, but if Norirow-san wears it, it’s just a Japanese-style doll.
“Genta of Fending” series
- 【Head】Genta Kabuto of Fending
- 【Body】Genta Oyoroi of Fending
- 【Hands】Genta Kote of Fending
- 【Legs】Genta Tsutsu-hakama of Fending
- 【Feet】Genta Sune-ate of Fending
These are the equipment for the tank.
This equipment can be obtained in exchange for the “Delta XX” series such as “Deltascape Lens” and “Deltascape Shaft” that can be obtained with Deltascape. (Exchange place is Kugane or Rhalgr’s Reach)
The head equipment is a military commander-like helmet from the Warring States period of Japan, and is well built.
The shape of the helmet is very beautiful, isn’t it?
The torso equipment is also a fairly well-built Japanese-style samurai armor.
Somehow the color is sober.
Is that so? I think it’s good to have a realistic feeling!
Although it cannot be dyed by itself, the “Genji of Fending” series, which can be dyed, is available at Deltascape (Savage).
The shoulder rest is also well made and the curve is very beautiful.
There is a coat of arms of some country on the back.
The equipment around the waist is quite large.
The image of Sengoku warlords’ armor is that there is little metal.
Is it surprisingly light and easy to move?
The foot equipment has a double belt, so it seems to be quite fashionable and reusable.
Here, I brought the dark knight’s weapon “Odenta Kai“.
By the way, “Genji XX” is a name you often hear in the FF series, but “Genta” is a name you don’t often hear, right?
I think both Genji and Genta are derived from eight types of armor called “Genji Hachiryo”.
Is that so! When I think about the origin of the name, I’m more and more attached to it. It makes me happy to wear this ♪
When you wear it, it looks like a Japanese doll and looks weak.
So, it was a record of the Sengoku warrior-style tank armor “Genta of Fending” series.
▼ Please check the video for the movement of the armor!