This is a record of the Red Mage’s AF4 equipped “Estoqueur” series.
※ AF4 equipment is an abbreviation for Lv80 artifact equipment, which means “special equipment unique to each job”. The artifact equipment is a milestone and a special outfit with a fairly elaborate design. (AF4 is a costume for SHADOWBRINGERS)
Wow, it’s a cool costume like a Les Trois Mousquetaires!
It’s a fashionable outfit.
It is a cool set that seems to have evolved the conventional Red Mage AF costume and made it even more noble.
Red Mage AF4 “Estoqueur” Series
- 【Head】Weathered Estoqueur’s Tricorne
- 【Body】Weathered Estoqueur’s Bliaud
- 【Hands】Weathered Estoqueur’s Gloves
- 【Legs】Weathered Estoqueur’s Bottoms
- 【Feet】Weathered Estoqueur’s Thighboots
- 【Weapon】Weathered Aeneas
These can be purchased at Tempest’s Workbench as you progress through the SHADOWBRINGERS story.
The head equipment is a triangular hat featuring a large feather decoration.
The hat itself is quite large, and the two-color feather decoration and gold embroidery are very fashionable.
I’m cool even if I take off my hat ♪
The torso equipment is a luxurious Bliaud.
The design of the collar is very cute.
The color scheme of red, black and gold creates a very noble atmosphere.
And the structure of the left shoulder is quite elaborate, and it is designed like a half cloak at the back.
This part is cool and my favorite point ♪
It looks like a stage curtain.
Eh, stage curtain! ??
As for the arm equipment, the large cuffs and sleeves of the inner shirt are cute, and it is a design that can be reused for other purposes.
In addition, the long boots with very distinctive foot equipment are very cool.
Every part has a very sophisticated design, isn’t it?
Even if you’re not usually noble, you’ll be happy because it looks noble.
These cannot be dyed, but a version that can be dyed with “Memoria Misera (Extreme)” is available.
Because I want to wear this, I want to do my best as a red mage!
So, it was a record of the Red Mage’s AF4 (Lv80) equipment “Estokuru” series.
▼ Please check the video for the movement of the fabric!