An incredibly heavy helmet supported by the shoulders. Opens out when not in battle.
A barrel-shaped basket helm, mainly used by cavalry. High defense but very hard to see out of.
Its large visor deflects the sun during long battles. The large cheek guards offer extra protection.
A beautiful piece, but its total coverage of the ears may make hearing orders a little tricky.
Created for use in jousting tournaments. Heavily decorated, with a space for the wearer's crest.
A helmet with a crest and visor. Best to leave it open when not in combat.
Exactly who this is, no one knows. But their latent power can still be strongly felt.
Frog Mouth Helm
A lancer's helmet, its opening is angled up rather than forward so one can lean forward.
An iron hlmet created by an ancient empire. Also protects neck and cheeks, offering solid defense.
Used by a certain country to train elite secret agents by using sensory deprevation on children.
Light and easy to wear, cheap and easy to find. Just don't expect it to protect your head that well.
Lobster Tail Pod
This helmet takes its name from the movable neck guard attached to it.
Said to belong to a general whose neck was twisted. Still infused with his rage.
Pumpkin is so popular, he became a mask! What fun! Trick or Treat?
A helmet with slits to see out of. Decorated beautifully, also used for formal occasions.
It's going too far when a school uniform includes a cap.
A shaman's stone mask, used in rituals where the heart of the victim is offered to a dark god.
A type of cowboy hat. Although all bear the same name, weather, wind conditions and job affect style.
The mask of a spirit native to a Far East island. Often appears in traditional Noh plays.
A helmet from centuries ago, with moustache and beard modeled onto it. Makes anyone look manly.
Invented by a comedian in the East, perhaps the joke doesn't translate very well.