Super Armour

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Super Armour
Icon Super Armour
AKA Golden Armour
Flavour text Worth its weight in gold.
Type Armour
Made in The Time Machine, the Ripper
Service price 150G per 100 HP
Appears in MediEvil 2 MediEvil 2
MediEvil 2019 icon.png MediEvil (2019)
"Hmmm, it looks to be made of the same material as your shield. Interesting, it should afford you much greater protection."
Professor Hamilton Kift, about the Super Armour.

The Super Armour was a special set of armour created by a time paradox.


Two Dans merge.

The Super Armour was unintentionally created after Sir Dan defeated The Ripper: upon saving Princess Kiya by travelling back in time, the Dan from the past shook hands with the Dan from the future, resulting in the two instantly merging into one and creating the armour in the process.


MediEvil 2

The Super Armour first appears in the loading screen for The Time Machine level. It is obtained and equipped automatically after finishing The Time Machine, the Ripper. Once obtained, it is impossible for Dan to return to wearing his regular armour on that playthrough. However, Dan can still wear his other disguises on top of the Super Armour.

The armour functions similarly to a Life Bottle, providing Dan with an additional 500HP. This is indicated by a gold trim around the Life Bar. The armour can be repaired by the Spiv. Repairing 100 of the armour's hitpoints costs 150G.

MediEvil (2019 remake)

The Super Armour was made available as part of the Digital Deluxe Edition of the remake. It can be used in the full game but also the Short-Lived Demo. Wearing the armour provides a 10% increase in value to all collected treasure and also increases the prices at Merchant Gargoyles by 10%.[1][a] It is therefore advised that players take off the armour while shopping. Wearing the armour can be useful when trying to obtain the Sir Moneybags trophy.

Behind the scenes

In other media

2012 – PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale

The Super Armour was available as a pre-order bonus costume for Dan to wear in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. It was later made available for purchase as part of the Costume Super Pack along with all the other pre-order costumes, the Heroes Costume Pack with costumes for Nathan Drake, Sackgirl and Cole MacGrath as well as a standalone purchase.[2]


Main article: Images of the Super Armour

In other languages

MediEvil (2019 remake)

Language Name
Arabic درع فائق
dire fayiq
Bulgarian Супер броня
Super bronya
Croatian Superoklop
Czech Superbrnění
Danish Superpanser
Dutch Superpantser
Finnish Superpanssari
French (France) Super armure
German Superrüstung
Greek Σούπερ Πανοπλία
Soúper Panoplía
Hungarian Szuperpáncél
Italian Super armatura
Japanese スーパーアーマー
Norwegian Superrustning
Polish Superpancerz
Portuguese (Brazil) Superarmadura
Portuguese (Portugal) Super Armadura
Romanian Super-Armură (finalizată)[b]
Russian Суперброня
Spanish (LatAm) Superarmadura
Spanish (Spain) Superarmadura
Swedish Superrustning
Turkish Süper Zırh

MediEvil 2

Language Name
French (France) Super armure
German Super Rüstung
Italian Super corazza
Portuguese (Portugal) Super Armadura
Russian Супердоспехи
Spanish (Spain) Súper Armadura


  1. The prices displayed in the Merchant Gargoyle store do not show the 10% increase, but it is charged when actually buying an item.
  2. The Romanian translation says "finalised" in brackets. This was likely meant to be removed at some point, but was not, even on the latest patch version (1.02).

See also


  1. Mugendramon, Super Armour DLC post-release info compilation on /r/MediEvil (Reddit). Published December 1, 2019. Retrieved May 5, 2024.
  2. Ashrat, Jawad, 'Heads-up' PlayStation Store update 20th February 2013 on PlayStation.Blog.Europe. Published February 20, 2013.


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