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Exalted Aegis (unique item)

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Disambiguous.png This article is about the unique shield named Exalted Aegis. For the common shield of the same name, see Exalted Aegis.
Exalted Aegis (unique item)
Exalted Aegis (unique item).jpg
Unique item details
Linked attribute(s): Command
Motivation
Strength
Tactics
Dropped by: Special
Skin: Exalted Aegis


These shields can be obtained in exchange for an Amulet of the Mists from the Adept of Steel or Adept of Spears in the Divine Path. There is a version each for the Strength, Command, Motivation, Tactics attributes.

Shield stats[edit | edit source]

Shield

Crafter Weapon Counterpart[edit | edit source]

Bronze Shields with exactly the same stats are available from:

Shield of the Lion (strength requirement) or Adamantine Shield (tactics requirement) with exactly the same stats is available from Weaponsmith Hahbe in Marga Coast.

Collector Weapon Counterpart[edit | edit source]

Strength Version 

A Wooden Buckler with attributes identical to the Exalted Aegis (strength requirement) is available from collector Maddison in Breaker Hollow.
A Shield of the Lion with attributes identical to the Exalted Aegis (strength requirement) is available from collector Kwesi in The Sulfurous Wastes.

Tactics Version 

A Wooden Buckler with attributes identical to the Exalted Aegis (tactics requirement) is available from collector Healer Silja in Vasburg Armory.
An Adamantine Shield with attributes identical to the Exalted Aegis (tactics requirement) is available from collector Nikun in The Shattered Ravines.

Green Weapon Counterpart[edit | edit source]

Also see Sunreach's Shield.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The art of this shield is from winning entry "Angel Shield" from the Design a Weapon Contest.
  • The art of this shield depicts an angel with wings, but when it is flipped it depicts an evil face.
  • Aegis can be traced back to Hesiod's Theogony, the Greek explanation for the family of gods on Mt. Olympus and the creation of Earth.