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Cloaks (also referred to in the game as light armor, or before the November 10th update, simply clothes) are the lightest type of body armor, preferred by non-fighter class customers. Specifically, cloaks will be requested by the Bard, Evoker, Healer, Illusionist, Monk, Ninja, Shaman, Sorcerer, and War Wizard classes.

There is a relatively wide variety of cloaks in Swords & Potions (including a large number of token recipes), ranging from the very simple plain clothes to the expensive token lord of darkness. All cloaks are made by the tailor, with some magical cloaks also requiring inputs from the sorceress.

In a very confusing move, the monk armor is a cloak (despite being named "armor"), but the monk's cloak is not a cloak (it is classified as medium armor), which means that monks will not buy it, making it doubly-incorrectly named.

The following table shows the properties of all cloaks in Swords & Potions. Token recipes are indicated by blue shading.

Name Market price Token recipe? Crafted by Mithril D. blood Gems M. feathers Value per rare
Apron 675 no T --
Cloak 325 no T --
Cloak of concealment 2600 25 T 1 2600
Cosmic apparel 13390 50 T+S 1 2 1 3350
Dark robe 3690 25 T 1 3690
Elemental wonder 27280 no T+S 5 5 2730
Evoker's robe 1140 no T --
Ifrit's flaming apparel 23000 100 T+S 2 2 1 2 3285
Invisibility robe 16000 100 T+S 2 1 2 3200
Leather coat 775 no T --
Lord of darkness 31015 100 T+S 2 3 2 3 3100
Lord's robe 1440 25 T --
Monk armor 1955 25 T --
Plain clothes 130 no T --
Priest's robe 695 no T --
Rich cloak 1350 no T --
Sky mantle 33160 no T 4 15 1745
Smith's apron 7675 50 T+S 2 3840
Vest of lies 6105 50 T 1 6105

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