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This is a page on what is the Best Looking Armor for Geralt in the game The Witcher 3. Read on to learn which is the best armor you can equip that shows the best look for geralt.
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There are a lot of armors available in the game The Witcher 3. Choosing the best look for geralt may be difficult because of the sheer amount of choices. Below is a list of all the best armors you can equip to get the best appearance for geralt.
One of the best looking armor for geralt is definitely the Grandmaster Ursine Witcher Gear because of its bulky and strong appreance. This armor is used by witchers from the School of Bear.
The default armor at the beginning of the game is definitely one of the best looking armor in the whole game. Howerver, the default armor will not be able to keep up with the stats of the enemies later in the game. If you are interested in maintaining the original look of Geralt in Witcher 3, you can use the Viper Witcher Gear. This armor set shares the same look as the default armor you have at the beginning of the game and has better stats.
You can also equip the Manticore Witcher Gear if you want the nostalgic vibe from the older witcher game. The Manticore Witcher Gear shares the same look as the default armor of Geralt from the Witcher 1.
Unlike normal and relic equipments, most of the Witcher Gear Sets changes its appearance after reaching the Mastercrafted Rarity. Keep this in mind if you want to change your overall look while equipping the same witcher gears.
You can also get the Professor's Spectacles by joining the auction during the quest called Open Sesame! for 350 crowns.
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|How to Make Money Fast||Can You Cook Food?|
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