|For the robe that was cut from Fallout Shelter, see Elder Lyon's robe.|
A variant of the classic blue elder robes, this one is a triple-layered outfit. The base is a black, reinforced jumpsuit with combat boots, with a loose beige robe and high collar worn underneath, reinforced with metal components like the recon armor. A blue overcoat is worn on top, providing additional protection from the elements, with an utility belt fitted with various devices and tools, depending on the elder's preference.
A cosmetic item, with a Damage Resistance of 3. The armor is not intended to be obtained in normal gameplay, as it does not have a unique icon (uses the Vault 101 jumpsuit's) or a female version of the armor. If a female character equips it, they will appear with no right hand and wear the Vault 101 jumpsuit. Finally, the large sleeves will clip and cover the Pip-Boy screen, making it impossible to use. Hotkeying the armor first is a good way to avoid problems.
Worn by Elder Owyn Lyons at the Citadel. They can only be obtained by planting an armor with a higher Damage Resistance on him. It is possible to obtain two copies, by stealing one, then finishing the game and beginning Broken Steel.
When dropped, it is identical to a Vault 101 jumpsuit in appearance.
- Stealth Boy, the part of the robes covering the Pip-Boy disappear while the Pip-Boy is in use. [verified] The armor covers the Pip-Boy, making use of the Pip-Boy somewhat tricky, but in some rare cases, such as the use of a
- If worn by a female, the right hand disappears in first and third-person. Brass knuckles and spiked knuckles cause visibility (see image below). [verified]
- If a male NPC wearing this were to have his head shot off, it would then transform into an indescribable metallic object. [verified]
- Appearance of the robes.