1. Baal Armor
a suit of full plate armor of plain unpainted metal, fashioned to look like Collin de Plancy's depiction of Baal. [link]
the left pauldron being made to look like a toad's head while the right a cat's. the helm encloses the entire head, and rests on a rather tall gorgette, with the front being a mask of a man's face, and on its top, a crown. the Baal design is finished off at the cuirass' waist, where ten small ornamental legs protrude all around. the suit's greaves and boots are also high heeled, in such a way to make them look like demonic cloven feet.
2. Slavic Armor
a partial suit of armor based on old Slavic designs, but refurbished to be more like gothic plate-mail
3. Mage Armor
a suit of armor made of twisted and warped plates of metal, with wispy and curved lines engraved all around, flowing to the armor's many curves and contours. when this suit is equipped by trained mage the entire suit lights up as its engravings glow with arcane energies. the flow of the carvings aren't just for show though, as they are ideally placed to direct and better control the flow of the magickal energy in the most efficient way possible.
4. Frog Armor
a simple suit of stout plate-mail. its namesake is mostly in due part to its helmet and gorgette's design combination, as it looks like a frog's head with its throat puffed up as it croaks.
5. Totem Armor
just like the Mage Armor in its energy directing design, this suit however is much more stout and defensive in nature, its large size deflects blows easily, and it's boots are designed to resist being knocked down. it also seems to have a mind of its own, as its main quirk is the towering sun icon atop the helm, with most of the suit's arcane energy directed there, it seems to lash out arcs of magickal energy as hostiles seemingly on its own will.
6. An assortment of helmets