Radiant Set

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Radiant Set
Radiant-Set.jpg

Set Bonus

Disguise; Bone Atk. Up (80% damage increase)

Games

Location

Items

Cost

2400 Rupees
9 Luminous Stones

Dyeable

Yes

Enhanceable

Yes

Related

The Radiant Set is an Armor set from Breath of the Wild and Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.

Appearances

Breath of the Wild

The Radiant Set can be purchased from Greta at the Gerudo Secret Club in Gerudo Town. In addition to being expensive, costing 2400 rupees to purchase the full set, Link will also need to provide Greta with 3 Luminous Stones for each piece of armor that he purchases.

Equipment

Image Item Cost (Rupees)
Radiant-mask.png
Radiant Mask
800
3 Luminous Stone
Radiant-shirt.png
Radiant Shirt
800
3 Luminous Stone
Radiant-tights.png
Radiant Tights
800
3 Luminous Stone

Upgrades

The items in this set can be upgraded by a Great Fairy Fountain and cost Monster Parts to upgrade. Enhancing items requires that you have unlocked as many fountains as the desired star-level. Upgrading the set offers the Disguise bonus but only for Stal-type enemies and the Bone Attack Up bonus when all pieces have been enhanced at least twice as well as the listed increase in armor strength. This provides an 80% increase in damage when using bone weapons.

Tier Armor Materials
5 5 x Luminous Stone
3 x Bokoblin Guts
★★ 8 8 x Luminous Stone
3 x Moblin Guts
★★★ 12 10 x Luminous Stone
2 x Molduga Guts
★★★★ 20 20 x Luminous Stone
1 x Lynel Guts

Dyes

The items in this set can be dyed at Kochi Dye Shop in Hateno Village. A depiction of the colors for each piece can be found on their respective page.

List of Set Bonus Weapons

Age of Calamity

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Trivia

  • The set is based on the appearance of Mexican Luchadors and traditional Mexican makeup worn during the Día de los Muertos festivities.
  • The set is somewhat impractical due to the fact that the game's progression makes the player phase out the use of bone-made weapons in favor of other more durable and stronger metal or ancient weapons. The fact that the game encourages the player to scavenge for monster parts also implies that the non-engagement of Stal enemies may be of little consideration. As such, there's a significant possibility that the player may not use the set even if upgraded.
  • The set's bonus of blending in with Stal enemies is further amplified by obtaining the DLC-exclusive Majora's Mask, which amplifies the effect to include all monsters except Guardians.