Ghost of Tsushima: Traveler’s Attire
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Ghost of Tsushima: Traveler’s Attire

Armor

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Ghost of Tsushima's Traveler’s Attire is an armor received as a gift from a merchant in Hiyoshi Survivor Camp. It is one of the most special and unique armors in the game because of its bonuses.

Perfect for those with a long journey ahead.

Traveler’s Attire Bonus

You need to fully upgrade the armor to receive the maximum value of the bonus attributes. 

  • Track Artifacts with the Guiding Wind
  • Traveling clears 30% more fog of war on the map
  • Controller will vibrate when within 60m of an Artifact

Traveler's Attire Pulses

The Traveler's Attire is the most special body armor because of its Pulse mechanic. It's like a detector for special items like artifacts.

Most body armors have a variety of damage and defense bonuses, but with this attire, you get an item tracking ability.

Acquiring the Traveler’s Attire

You can acquire it as a gift from this merchant in the Hiyoshi Survivor Camp.

Merchant: Lord Sakai...? You survived the invasion?

Jin: So far. Have we met before?

Merchant: No, my lord. But I watched you ride into battle. Please accept this gift. If you wear it, they say a spirit will lead you to whatever you are looking for.

Jin: Sounds like something you could use yourself.

Merchant: Not with Mongols prowling the countryside. But if it leads you to any flowers, bring them to me, or other traders. We can use them to fashion dyes.

Jin: I remember that. Thank you.

Upgrading the Traveler’s Attire

To fully upgrade the Traveler’s Attire, you will need crafting materials.

Traveler’s Attire II

Traveler’s Attire II has the following bonus attributes.

  • Track Artifacts with the Guiding Wind
  • Traveling clears 20% more fog of war on the map
  • Controller will vibrate when within 30m of an Artifact

Traveler’s Attire III upgrade costs:

  • 250 Supplies
  • 10 Linen

Traveler’s Attire III

Traveler’s Attire III has the following bonus attributes.

  • Track Artifacts with the Guiding Wind
  • Traveling clears 30% more fog of war on the map
  • Controller will vibrate when within 30m of an Artifact

Traveler’s Attire III upgrade costs:

  • 500 Supplies
  • 20 Linen
  • 10 Leather

Traveler’s Attire IV

Traveler’s Attire IV has the same appearance as the Armor III. The change is in the bonus attributes.

Traveler’s Attire IV has the following bonus attributes.

  • Track Artifacts with the Guiding Wind
  • Traveling clears 30% more fog of war on the map
  • Controller will vibrate when within 60m of an Artifact

Traveler’s Attire IV upgrade costs:

  • 750 Supplies
  • 30 Linen
  • 20 Leather
  • 6 Silk

Armor Dyes

You can customize the appearance of Traveler’s Attire using Armor Dyes.

Fiery Searcher

You can buy Fiery Searcher for 10 flowers from the Village Merchants.

Adventure's Fortune

You can buy Adventure's Fortune for 10 flowers from the Village Merchants.

Graceful Pathfinder

You can buy Graceful Pathfinder for 10 flowers from the White Dye Merchant.

Journey into Night

You can buy Journey into Night for 10 flowers from the Black Dye Merchant.

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