Coats are a type of clothing in Fable II.

Types of Coat Edit

Black wheel gang coat

Attractiveness 10%

Archmage Robe

Attractiveness 10%
Poshness 5%
"There was a time when Will users were rather ostentatious as this elegant but overblown robe testifies."

Assassin Coat

Evil 5%
"Lurk in the shadows, slip undetected into homes, and slaughter your targets in silence in this fetching coat."

Chicken Suit Body

Ridiculousness: 20%

Croptop Jacket

Attractiveness 10%
"Show off your abs or your sagging gut with this cheeky yet stylish jacket."

Cuffed Overcoat

Attractiveness 5%
Poshness 5%
"Smart and functional, this stylish overcoat features oversize cuffs designed to draw the eye away from your freakishly large hands."

Double-belted Jacket

Attractiveness 10%
"Haute but never flashy, the short sleeves show off the arms as the sharp coattails complement the broadsword."

Hal's Body Armour

Attractiveness 10%

Highroller's Coat

Attractiveness 5%

Highwayman Coat

Attractiveness 10%
"The perfect coat to stalk the roads looking for travellers to rob and murder"

Monk Robes

Good 10%
"It's no wonder these soft robes are favoured by the monks of the Temple of Light."

Noble Gent's Coat

Attractiveness 15%
Poshness 10%
"Being a gentleman and a snob, you're too posh to wear anything but the best. This coat marks you as one of Albion's elite."

Patchy Coat

Attractivness: -10%

Ranger Coat

No effects

Shadow-worshipper Robes

Evil: 10%
The posh twits at the Temple of Shadows may only be playing at being evil."

Spire Guard Overcoat

Aggressiveness: 10%

Will User Robe

Attractiveness 5%
"Don't allow non-will-conducive cloths to cramp your magical style."

Knothole Armour

Attractiveness 10%
Aggressiveness 5%

Ad blocker interference detected!

Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.