Helmets protect the head of the wearer, however they do not add to overall defense. Their statistics are only utilised when struck on the head. Not all opponents will aim attacks at the head, but leaving it unprotected will definitely be considered an open invitation by many more experienced and skilled opponents.
- (DR) Damage Resistance - usually less than most armor DR, so even if you fail to score a critical hit, you'll cause more damage if you can actually hit someone's head.
- Hardness - measures your helmet ability to resist a damage during head aimed attacks.
- Versus critical (vsCritical) - the heavier the helmet is, the better it protects you against Critical Strikes, but the more it limits your field of vision.
- THC penalty - a helmet's design may limit your vision, thus reducing your to-hit chance.
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Turbans protect against the desert sand; Hoods protect identity and modesty. None of these can be crafted.
|1100||Hood - Originally designed to protect the face during sandstorms, hoods later became popular among those wishing to conceal their identity, such as thieves and assassins.
|1103, 1104||Silk Ordu Helmet - A common male/female silk hat of the Ordu, good for keeping the sun off and your hair in place.
|1121||Open Hood - Originally designed to protect the face during sandstorms, hoods later became popular among those wishing to conceal their identity, such as thieves and assassins. This version shows the face of the character (like Varro's pic).
|1200||Simple Turban - A simple linen head wrap. Originally worn by the desert folk to protect against the harsh sun and constantly blowing sand, the turban's use spread after the War, which turned many green plains into scorched and dusty wasteland.
|1201||Simple Hood - An unadorned cloth covering for the head and neck worn by many women.
|1202||Expensive Turban - The turban is a linen head wrap originally worn by desert folk to protect against sun and sand. This fancier version was adopted by wealthier folk, who are never content to clothe themselves in merely functional garb.
|1203||Expensive Hood - A cloth covering for the head and neck. The expensive hood of a woman of means is distinguished by its softer material and cloth-of-gold lining.
|1204||Noble's Turban - A long silken cloth wound around a richly decorated cap, the noble's turban is a decorated descendant of the original head wrap used by desert folk to protect against the harsh sun and constantly blowing sand.
|1205||Odalisque Headdress - An elaborately decorated and veiled silk headdress.
|1206||Loremaster's Turban - A simple linen head wrap originally worn by desert folk to protect against the harsh sun and constantly blowing sand. Loremasters, who are often to be found in the desert hunting for artefacts, were the first in the Empire to adopt the turban.
|1207||Loremaster's Hood - A traditional headdress favored by women. For some, covering the hair is a sign of virtue or piety.
|1208||Iskefe - A simple hat in the shape of a truncated cone.||Cloth||1||0||5||0||File:Iskefe.png|
Light helmets meant for combat.
|1101||Leather Barbari Helmet - Basic leather headgear adorned with bull's born. Among the barbarians, this type of helmet is worn only by the bull killer himself.||Leather||2||5||15||1|
|1102||Heavy Barbari Helmet - Strike fear into primitive foes with this heavy leather helmet adorned with a bull's horns!||Hardened Leather||3||10||15||2|
|1105||Leather Numeri Helmet - The Numeri were not know for the quality of their gear, but this leather helmet comes with a decorative spike on top.||Leather||2||5||15||1|
|1106||Heavy Numeri Helmet - A heavy leather version of the Numeri Helmet, topped with a fanciful metal spike.
|1110, 1111||Leather Ordu Helmet - The distinctive male/female conical leather helmet of the Ordu, with neckguard. Beware, lest you be mistaken for an Ordu at a distance.||Leather||2||10||25||2|
|1112, 1113||Studded Ordu Helmet - A heavier version of male/female Ordu hat.||Hardened Leather||3||15||25||3|
- Metal: type - Each "higher" metal increases the damage range or damage resistance by 1. So, whereas a bronze gladius does 2-9 points of damage, an iron gladius does 3-10, steel 4-11, and so on.
|1107||Murmillo Helmet - A full helmet commonly used by murmillo gladiators, sporting a high angular crest and a broad curved brim. Vision is somewhat impaired by its full facial visor, penetrated by narrow gratings for the eyes.||Bronze||6||30||70||10|
|1108||Auxiliary Helmet - A serious helmet for the fighter unconcerned with decorations and ceremonies, the Auxiliary helmet is reinforced with a metal ridge along the cranium for extra protection against overhead strikes.||Bronze||5||25||60||8||File:Auxiliary Helmet.png|
|1109||Phrygian Helmet - A very unusual piece of headgear, this helmet sports a high, conical peak resembling a common peasant hat, and a next-to-full facemask offering a combination of defense and relatively unimpaired vision.||Bronze||5||25||60||8|
|1114||Legionnaire Helmet - The standard helmet of the Imperial Legions offers basic protection and cheek guards. The face is open, allowing for maximal field of view.||Bronze||3||15||40||4|
|1115||Attic Helmet - A full metal helmet with cheek and nose guards and a front-to-back horsehair crest.||Bronze||5||25||60||8|
|1116||Centurion Helmet - Traditional centurion helmet with a distinctive, transverse horsehair crest -crista transvera- which allowed legionnaires to recognize centurions in the chaos of battle.||Bronze||3||15||40||4|
|1117||Praetorian Helmet - Traditional helmet of the Praetorian guards with a distinctive reinforced fore-grip and a front-to-back decorative crest.||Bronze||3||15||40||4|
|1119||Lamellar Ordu Helmet - A metal Ordu helmet.
||Bronze||4||20||40||5||File:Lamellar Ordu Helmet.png|
|1120||Imperial Helmet - The heavy helmet of the Imperial Guards, with nose and cheek guards and the unmistakable double horsehair crest.||Bronze||4||30||40||4||File:Imperial Helmet.png|
|1129||Wolf Helmet - A wolf skin worn over a standard iron helmet to terrify your enemies. In the long forgotten days, such helmets were worn only by standard bearers. These days, it's a fashion statement.
|UNQ_Zagros||Zagros' Helmet - An exceptionally well-crafted iron murmillo helmet, allegedly belonging to a long dead arena's champion named Zagros.
|not 1132||Warrior's Crown - An exceptional blue steel helmet that provides protection without obstructing its wearer's vision. A long time ago one of the arena champions was crowned with it; since then it was passed from one champion to another until Kadmos walked away with it.
||Blue Steel||8||75||60||0||File:Warrior's Crown.png|