Cuirass, Peascod

A cuirass with specific type of shape featuring vertical central ridge, called the tapul, which split the middle of the breast plate like sloped armor on a tank. This type was very good protection from both missiles and lance strikes. The Japanese adopted the peascod cuirass from Portuguese soldiers, in many cases incorporating foreign made cuirasses into their own ‘modern armor’ panoplies (Toudei-Gusoku), and also copying the design. They called the peascod breast plate specifically Hatomune dô or ‘pigeon breast armor’

Damage Resistance
Armor Weight (lbs) Pierce Cut Slash
Bypass Armor Check Speed Hardness HP
Cuirass, Peascod
15 12 24 36 3 -3 30 10 15