Divine Protection is one of the three Armor Packs available as downloadable content for Dragon's Dogma. It was released on June 26, 2012.
Only purchase this DLC separately if playing the original Dragon's Dogma game.
- "These armour packs will not only keep you protected, but keep you fighting in style. Makes new armor for Fighters, Striders, and Mages available for purchase at The Black Cat in Gran Soren. As a bonus, you get one of each of the 15 armors for free! Make sure to check your item storage. Just look for the blue-green icons!"
- This bonus can only be applied once per saved data. If the items are discarded or given away during gameplay, they will be lost. If purchased by a Dark Arisen player, no content will be added to the game. This is DLC ONLY for the original version of the game.
- Priced at: $2.99 (Xbox 360 and PS3)
One of each of these Complete Armor Sets extra armor pieces will appear in your Item storage upon purchase of the pack, with extra armor available to buy from Montebank at The Black Cat in Gran Soren for the prices listed.
- As of Dark Arisen, this is no longer be given for free and will need to be purchased from The Black Cat.
- Please note that all items stats listed below are based on the un-upgraded versions.
|Hero's Armor Set||Armor worn by a great hero of lore as he set off to slay a dragon.||Sword and longsword users||98||-|
|Emissary Armor Set||Light armor worn by the duke's elite personal guard.||Daggerists||67||-|
|Ancient Armor Set||A robe once worn by an ancient practitioner of forbidden magick now lost to time.||Spellcasters||21||-|
|Marshal's Bracers||Sleeves reinforced for battle with extra metal plating.||Melee vocations||5||-|
|Crimson Jerkin||A vest woven over iron plates, built to withstand assault from the dragon itself.||All Vocations||5||-|
- This DLC pack is paired with Demon's Protection, which contains other similar armor sets, albeit with a more villainous theme.
- While these armor sets are not particularly strong, they provide decent resistance against certain elements and/or debilitations. Whilst each set is intended for different vocations, many of their parts (such as cloaks) can be worn by additional vocations than the ones listed above.