Here’s our ranking of the best Cloaks in Dragon’s Dogma 2

Here’s our ranking of the best Cloaks in Dragon’s Dogma 2
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Written by 

Jack Roberts

Published 

29th Mar 2024 13:57

There’s plenty of opportunity to serve some looks in Dragon’s Dogma 2, and finding a stunning cloak to strut around in is just one of them – so I’m here to break down the best Cloaks that will have you giving Arisen realness in no time.

While Cloaks provide little physical defence in the game, they do a fantastic job of increasing your elemental and debilitation resistances, making them a perfect way to complete any ensemble.

5 best Cloaks in Dragon’s Dogma 2

Ceremonial Cape

Ceremonial Cape in Dragon's Dogma 2
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This is the Cloak that I wore for the majority of my time as an Archer build. While it may only resist petrification (something that will come in handy later in the game), the green and gold weaving is to die for if you’re creating a canny Robin Hood Archer.

Comforting Neck Wrap

It’s rare for a Cloak to have more than three resistances, but the Comforting Neck Wrap does just that, with protection against Blighted, Petrification, Silence, and Sleep. While it may not seem like much, this lovely cape is one of the best if you’re struggling against enemy debilitations.

Guerco Peafowl Feathercloak

Not only does the Guerco Peafowl Feathercloak boast an assortment of resistances to the elements, but it also looks fantastic, with feathers fluttering in the wind as you traverse the land. If you’re a fan of the feathered cloaks in Game of Thrones, Bloodborne or Elden Ring, then this is by far the best one to grab.

Moonhowl Cape

The Moonhowl Cape is by far one of the best capes you can secure in Dragon’s Dogma 2, as it bolsters your resistance to both the hottest and coldest elements and debilitations. While it won’t be available to you until you enter Battahl, and it’s a little on the expensive side, it’ll be worth it when you’re being torched and chilled from every direction.

Redwolf Cape

No, it’s not the Red Wolf of Radagon (although that would also be very cool). The Redwolf Cape is a fantastic Cloak for when you’re being Tarred by enemies. Not only does it resist the tarring itself, but should you be hit with a flame, it also resists that, meaning that flame is pretty useless against it.

All Cloaks in Dragon’s Dogma 2

The Shadewalker Neck Wrap in Dragon's Dogma 2
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While you’ve seen what we feel are the best Cloaks in Dragon’s Dogma 2, you need to make your own mind up about which ones you want to try out, so below you’ll find the full list of Cloaks the game has to offer, as well as the effects they provide.

Cloak

Resistance

Abyssinal Neck Wrap

Blighted

Sleep

Admiral’s Mantle

Drenched

Tarred

Ascendant Cloak

None

Azure Shawl

Cold

Frostbite

Sleep

Ceremonial Cape

Petrification

Champion’s Mantle

Lightning

Comforting Neck Wrap

Blighted

Petrification

Silence

Sleep

Commander’s Mantle

Cold

Frostbite

Petrification

Silence

Dashing Capelet

Heat

Sleep

Torched

Drakescale Capelet

Heat

Torched

Duty’s Mantle

None

Expeditioner’s Cloak

None

Fair Cloak

Lightning

Sleep

Feathered Shawl

Blighted

Drenched

Petrification

General’s Mantle

Lightning

Blighted

Glorious Cape

Tarred

Guerco Peafowl Feathercloak

Cold

Lightning

Frostbite

Heraldic Cape

Silence

Hide Cape

Heat

Tarred

Torched

Hollow Cape

Silence

Sleep

Homespun Cloak

Drenched

Tarred

Imperial Shoulder Cape

Petrification

Sleep

Kindred Cape

Heat

Torched

Legacy Cloak

Blighted

Legend’s Mantle

Petrification

Linen Cloak

Drenched

Silence

Sleep

Lupine Cape

Cold

Drenched

Frostbite

Monarch’s Mantle

None

Moonhowl Cape

Cold

Heat

Frostbite

Torched

Murky Grouse Feathercloak

Drenched

Silence

Philosopher’s Cape

Petrification

Silence

Pioneer’s Cape

Drenched

Tarred

Redwolf Cape

Heat

Tarred

Torched

Regal Cloak

Lightning

Saint Idreum’s Stole

Silence

Saurianscale Cape

Heat

Blighted

Torched

Sentinel’s Shoulder Cape

None

Shadewalker’s Neck Wrap

Cold

Frostbite

Soft Neck Wrap

Cold

Drenched

Frostbite

Uniters Mantle

Cold

Frostbite

Velvet Cape

Drenched

Silence

Tarred

Vermundian Cloak

Lightning

Drenched

Tarred

Voyager’s Cape

Cold

Frostbite

Silence

Warbler Capelet

Lightning

Blighted

Drenched

Tarred

Waterfowl Cloak

Cold

Frostbite

Silence

Sleep

Wayfarer’s Cape

Lightning

Blighted

Windbreaking Cloak

Cold

Blighted

Sleep

Wyrmhunter’s Cloak

Heat

Lightning

Torched

Wyrmwing Cape

Heat

Torched

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If you’re on the hunt for more build guides to continue to serve looks with, be sure to check out our Dragon’s Dogma 2 homepage where you’ll find guides on the Thief and Magick Archer classes, as well as an explainer on the monstrous Dragonsplague.

Jack is a Guides Writer at GGRecon. With a BA (Hons) & MA in English and Creative Writing, he was also the Gaming Editor for The Indiependent. When not pondering which game has the best cup of coffee (and drinking far too much of it himself), he can often be found playing Dead by Daylight, Street Fighter or making yet another build in Bloodborne.

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