Where to Find Samurai Armor in Elden Ring, Best Samurai Armor Sets

Armors in Elden Ring play an important role in defending you against the enemies and providing classy looks for your character. Some of these armors are obtained with the class you choose or found in different locations. This guide teaches you where to get Samurai Armor in Elden Ring and briefly discusses its stats as well.

Where to Find Samurai Armor in Elden Ring

There are two sets in Elden Ring that perfectly fit a samurai theme. These are the Land of Reeds set and the White Reed set. Let’s take a look at where you can find both these sets in Elden Ring.

Land of Reeds Armor Set Location

The Samurai or Land of Reeds Armor Set is one of the best armor sets available in the game’s early stages. It provides decent protection and light to have it on your character.

The Samurai class initially comes equipped with the Land of Reeds Armor set. It is the starting armor for the Samurai class, but there is another way of obtaining it in Elden Ring.

You can buy the Land of Reeds armor in Elden Ring from the merchant located in North Caelid, located just next to the Isolated Merchant’s Shack Site of Grace. You will be able to interact with the merchant at any time other than night.

The cost of the full armor set will be 4500 Runes. Pay up, and you will now have the Land of Reeds or Samurai Armor.

White Reed Armor Set Location

Helm, Chest Armor, Gauntlets, and Leg Armor are the four armor parts that make up the White Reed Armor set.

The Spiritcaller’s Cave in the Mountaintops of the Giants contains the White Reed Armor, White Reed Gauntlets, and White Reed Greaves. They’re discovered on a body in a vast tunnel full of spirit wolves. To access this cave, you’ll need two Stonesword Keys.

At Mountaintops of the Giants, defeating Bloody Finger Okina yields the Okina Mask. The White Reed Armor Set weighs 19.8

Best Samurai Armor Sets in Elden Ring

The best armor sets for the Samurai class apart from Land of Reeds and White Reed Armor Sets are mentioned below:

These armor sets all boast great damage negation and poise. Though they all are on the heavier side and so you’ll need quite a lot of endurance and high equip load to actually equip and make the most out of them.