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24-Hour Armor

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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })In fiction, armor is often presented as a piece of everyday attire to be worn wherever you go, like a sweater. This is notoriously common in RPGs, with characters wearing the same armor continuously for weeks. Often characters even sleep in full battle gear. Some RPGs downplay this by having a character in just a breastplate, possibly with shoulder pauldrons and some other odd pieces. Still pretty uncomfortable pajamas.
In Real Life history, while armor was not as unreasonably heavy or inflexible as in popular myth, wearing it for extended periods was far from comfortable. It took time (and in many cases, assistance) to don and remove, and the bulk or stiffness of certain armors restricted one's range of motion to a greater or lesser degree. It could be noisy, what with the clattering of plates and jingling of mail. The weight would tax one's endurance and make one's neck and shoulders hurt after a long time. It could get very hot and sweaty, especially when incorporating a helmet and/or significant padding. Meanwhile, metal parts would become painfully hot or cold to the touch depending on whether you were under scorching sun or in freezing temperatures. Rust was a constant threat to iron or steel armor in the days before stainless steel, so it had to be regularly polished. If you did that right, then protective oil from your greasy mail haubergon would tend to stain you and your clothes. Leather or textile components—including the arming clothes underneath—could soak up sweat or water and begin to stink. In battle, it could become extremely unhygienic: in addition to sweat, people bled inside their armor, and possibly relieved themselves, both because you can't take bathroom breaks in the midst of battle and because sudden terror can *ahem* loosen the bowels. Armor could be deformed or pierced by a mace, axe, polearm, or hammer, causing serious injuries for the wearer. In that case the affected pieces would have to be stripped off the wearer on the way to the surgeon's tent.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Armor could be really expensive, so it had to be treated carefully even when not damaged in a given battle. As the European ironworking industry gradually expanded to meet the increased demands for iron-based armor and weaponrynote  Europe was ridiculously over-iron-ed by world standards even in the 18th century, thanks to technological innovations in smelting and steelmaking. They didn't even have 100 million people, but they had at least a million guns and 10,000 artillery pieces. This is because Europe had been at war with itself practically non-stop for the better part of a millennium, somehow without a single continent-spanning Empire coming into being as a result of it (as per the world norm) standard-issue sets of plate became more common but remained a significant investment. Therefore, after a military campaign, tournament, or training exercise, armor would be removed, cleaned thoroughly, repaired as necessary, and packed away for safekeeping until the next engagement. People hardly ever wore armor when they didn't need to: they wore it when they had to protect themselves (or at least appear in a military parade), and they took it off as soon as they didn't need it. On the rare occasions where they did sleep in it out of dire necessity, you can bet that it wasn't much fun.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })This trope doesn't normally apply to certain types of armor that are designed to be less fully protective and easier to wear in civilian life: certain people do actually wear a light-duty Bulletproof Vest all day, and during The Renaissance some people wore doublets made of mail or small plates sewn inside of fabric that acted like low-profile stab-proof vests. The trope proper is about characters relaxing in the kind of equipment that real people wouldn't wear unless they were on military duty, although the aforementioned concealed armors may qualify as downplayed examples if their wearers even sleep in them too.
It may be justified in the case of magical armor; the enchantments may not only increase defense, but also make it more comfortable than normal armor. Another common justification is that that they literally can't take it off, either because it's a Clingy Costume, or because the wearer is a Dark Lord on Life Support and the armor is keeping them alive. Perhaps the most mundane and realistic explanation is that the wearer is camping in hostile territory or being targeted by assassins, so that they dare not remove it for any length of time until the threat is gone. It may also be justified for Powered Armor or a Man in the Machine if they're designed with extended occupancy in mind, incorporating things like climate control and sanitary waste removal. Often a symptom of Limited Wardrobe. 24-Hour Armor combined with the Rule of Funny may result in Boogie Knights. Can overlap with the Ermine Cape Effect and Loafing in Full Costume: warriors in fiction are often shown wearing the full armor of their profession to distinguish them to the audience, even at peaceful events such as banquets or weddings to which real life warriors wear their nicest civilian dress, or at most their fancy dress uniform and sidearm.
If someone spends time in the vicinity of a suit of Animated Armor without knowing its true nature, their working assumption will probably be that it's a person wearing 24-Hour Armor. See Pillow Pistol and Can't Bathe Without a Weapon for people who have their weapons with them even as they sleep or bathe, respectively.
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Aside from Masamune and Kojuro in some scenes (and anybody who happens to be injured and bedridden), the cast of Sengoku Basara are always dressed ready for battle. It becomes pretty ridiculous when characters are shown to take their shoes off indoors, but keep their helmets on.
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In The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess one can clearly see Link has chainmail under his tunic, and presumably a doublet under that or it'll be mighty uncomfortable.
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Though the titular Goblin Slayer doesn't sleep in his armor when he's home, whenever he's adventuring and the moment he gets up at home he is always wearing the armor, to the point where he feels uncomfortable without it on (basically, the only time he's seen not wearing the armor is if it's been damaged and he's waiting for it to be repaired). When asked by his companions if he'd feel more comfortable without it, Goblin Slayer bluntly tells them that he's vastly more comfortable in the knowledge that if he was suddenly attacked, he would be safe from goblin weapons. Considering how sadistically-clever goblins tend to be with traps and ambushes, this is totally justified.
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Guild Wars 2 used to have "town clothes", a special kind of equipment that characters could switch into out of combat, automatically switching to armor in combat. The system saw little use even among roleplayers, as there were very few customization options for these, and those that existed were only available through the gem store, so most roleplayers just used armor pieces for non-combat clothes instead. Eventually the town clothes system was removed, and the outfits themselves were converted into either skins for armor pieces or items that changed the appearance of the entire set of armor, both in and out of combat.
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Monster X in The Bridge has organic armor in the sense he's partially encased in a bony gear that forms gauntlets, a chest plate, a helmet, etc. Even though it's fairly clearly armor as he has skin beneath and between it, he can't take it off because it's fused to his body.
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Played straight in most iterations of Monster Hunter: saving the game involves sleeping in a bed, which means the player-character flops into bed in whatever they happen to be wearing at the time, which may include heavy armor with a full-face helmet. (Weapons, however, disappear into hammerspace, because it's pretty painful to fall on your sword even when it's sheathed.)
Downplayed in Monster Hunter Portable 3rd: taking a bath, which grants a temporary stat boost, causes the player-character to automatically doff their armor in favour of a Modesty Towel. They still sleep in full armor, though. Generations, which sees the return of Yukumo Village, allows the player to take off their waist and foot armor to enjoy a footbath.
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In Destiny and its sequel, you’re always wearing your armor no matter what you’re doing, though you at least take off your helmet when in the Tower or Reef, as well as during certain cutscenes. Can be downplayed if you wish, as some armor sets (mostly Warlock ones) could pass as fancy-looking street clothes. Lampshaded and parodied a few times, such as a lore entry that implies Lord Shaxx somehow has sex while clad in full combat armor.
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Both played straight and averted at various points in The Senkari, in which for most of the time the characters wear normal street clothes, only opting for armor when they know they'll need it in advance. However during the Flashback Freija seems never to take her armor off.
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A Brighter Dark
During the previous war Nohrian boarder guards remained in their armor for long periods in case of an attack. This ceased after Mikoto created the barrier and the threat of Hoshdian attacks stopped.
Silas wears his armor at practically all times, a habit Benny theorizes he developed from always being on the road and in danger of bandits or animal attacks during his knight training.
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In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, while Link can change in and out of armor and other, more comfortable sets of clothes at any point, there's nothing stopping him from wearing heavy armor at all times and even when sleeping in a bed.
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Mount & Blade does this, where both nameless NPCs and the player can be found wearing their armor day in, day out. It isn't unheard of for a player to go around in heavy armor for months on end, and short of a few instances (namely training), your minions will never change their clothing either. The active exception to this lies in the named lords, who will wear full battle kit when in the field, and suitably fancy clothing when standing around in a castle keep.
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So long as the player doesn't actively take their armor off, this is played straight in Dark Souls. This is justified, however, because one of the perks (one of the few) of being undead seems to be never needing to sleep or have food/drink. And besides that, in the world of Dark Souls, wearing your armor all the time is probably a good move....
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Fallout: Equestria:
Steel Rangers never take their armor off around enemies, not even the helmets. Since they view everyone as enemies, they always have their armor on—it's not until halfway through the story that Littlepip sees one without armor.
Steelhooves is a Steel Ranger, but he's also a Canterlot Ghoul created by a flood of the Pink Cloud. Since the Cloud has a nasty habit of fusing materials together, his undead flesh is now fused with his armor, and impossible to take off. Thankfully, the armor was designed to be worn indefinitely, and has plenty of food, waste disposal, healing, and repair systems.
Fallout: Equestria - Project Horizons: Averted for the most part - characters put on their armor when needed and take it off when not. But when cybernetic augmentations are introduced, their deteriorating effect on one's mental health is largely attributed to the impossibility to remove them and just feel like a flesh-and-blood creature anymore.
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Fire Emblem games typically have knights walk around in full suits of armor, even in conversations outside of battle.
Justified in the case of the Black Knight aka Zelgius of Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, who stays in his armor all the time to hide the fact that he's a Branded and doesn't age as quickly as most beorc do.
A particular amusing case is Jagen of Mystery of the Emblem and its remake. He's still dressed in full, relatively heavy-looking battle armor like he was in the preceding games... except here he is in poor health, is just a tactician and advisor, and thus cannot and does not fight at all. For Mystery it may be enforced by technological limitations with limited space for superfluous portraits on a SNES cartridge, but New Mystery is a Nintendo DS game and doesn't have the same excuse at all. Though it does allow for one particular moment towards the late beginning of the second DS game where Jagen threatens General Lang with a duel, causing Lang to run away.
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In Origins, a Mass Effect/Star Wars/Borderlands/Halo Massive Multiplayer Crossover, Shepard lampshades wearing armor everywhere save aboard Normandynote in the first game—then notes given present circumstances it might be a good habit to take up again. Zaeed Massani specifically "wore his [armor] everywhere" as well.
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Mentioned in Fullmetal Alchemist, with people wondering how the heck Al can wear that bulky suit of armor 24/7. Of course, we all know the reason for this...
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8-Bit Theater has Fighter, whose armor somehow thwarts Black Mage's stabbing attempts even while he's asleep.
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Half-Life 2 occurs over three days and two nights (Episode One and Episode Two extending this to four or five days) from Gordon's point of view, yet he is always in the HEV suit after first acquiring it. Granted, he doesn't go to sleep either other than by being knocked out between episodes.
When he reaches Black Mesa East, Eli Vance mentions getting him "out of that hazard suit and back into your lab coat", but the action picks back up before that has a chance to happen.
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In Metroid: Other M her suit appears to be of the Hard Light variety and she can summon or dismiss it at will. She's wearing the skintight Zero Suit underneath, and we also see her wearing ordinary clothes in some scenes.
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In Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha, Fate almost constantly wore her Barrier Jacket even outside of combat and only ever dematerialised her gloves and cape when not fighting. This is used to show how single minded she was in capturing Jewel Seeds and the fact that, at the time, she was little better than a Child Soldier. It's not surprising that, after her Heel–Face Turn, Fate is shown wearing casual clothing when not wearing her school or TSAB uniforms.
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In Dragon Age: Inquisition, the player changes into plain clothes while at the Inquisition headquarters (Haven and later Skyhold). Bizarrely, on most missions where you're invited to a ball or other social event, you stay in armor, except for one story mission where you and your companions wear formal attire instead.
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Averted in Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun: Mugen is out of his samurai armor when discussing plans at the safehouse.
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Anarchy Online before system to change your appearance to one set and having stats from other set and equipping single piece or set of armor could take days/weeks/months of effort no sensible player would remove any of it. And in lore there are rings which can't be even removed without destroying them.
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One of Cracked's 31 Life Lessons You Can Only Learn From Video Games is that "real men sleep in their armor."
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In Red vs. Blue, it's heavily implied that the main characters rarely, if ever, take off their Powered Armor. To the point that one character being a robot went completely unnoticed for months and best friends genuinely don't know what race each other are. Although in that case, Church didn't know Tucker's first name either, so you could just chalk that up to him being his usual unobservant self. Once CG began to be used, some of the Freelancers' faces have been shown, but like the Reds and Blues (and, really, Master Chief as mentioned in the Halo entry above), they seem to much prefer to just leave it on at all times. As the armor in question is supposed to be designed for comfort even when being worn for long periods, it's at least partially explainable.
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The dwarfs of the Discworld wear armor of variously improbable sorts—including iron boots in some cases—for purely cultural reasons. Wearing a helmet and chain mail everywhere you go is just an integral part of being a dwarf. Meanwhile, the wearing of excessive armament among the young is referred to as 'clang'; i.e. unusually literal Bling of War.
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In Kid Icarus: Uprising, Magnus brings attention to the fact that Pit enters hot springs completely dressed. Pit remarks that angels should always be ready for action.
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In Final Fantasy III, it is quite amusing to see your characters lying in bed during a cutscene, wearing full Dragoon or Dark Knight armor.
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Lampshaded in Final Fantasy XII, when one of the Arcadian soldiers got so tried of wearing his armor he got a civilian to pose as him while he lounged about.
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You can invoke the trope or avert it in Final Fantasy XIV thanks to the glamour system. While most players will keep their armor as is, others may change them for a more casual look or even something very skimpy like swimwear. When you decide to log out at an inn, your character will get on the bed to sleep, even if they're in a full suit of armor. One sidequest has you partaking a dip in some hot springs with a few other characters and you're given the choice to change your gear for the scene if you want to play the trope straight or avert it.
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Depending on the class, a character in World of Warcraft can be wearing the most outrageously huge armor you've ever seen, but still be able to disco your face off. When was the last time you took off your Shoulders of Doom except to change into a stronger set?
Of course, this doesn't apply to the roleplaying crowd on WoW. They blow hard-earned gold on random pieces of low-level cloth armor (which goes for quite a lot on the AH due to appropriate appearance) just to avert this trope.
The Armory system encourages your character to wear his best armor at all times, even when sleeping in an inn. Your equipped items are available for all the world to see, and if you're wearing a flimsy nightgown instead of your Item Level 359 Epic Breastplate of Major Pain Infliction, the other players will call you names, kick you out of dungeon groups inside of the first 5 seconds, etc..
But if a player still insists on roleplaying, a Druid can just say he sleeps in his Bear/Cat/Moonkin form. His robes/armor simply disappear until he changes back.
Downplayed by the Transmogrification system, which allows you to restyle any piece of armor as long as it's the same class (that is, plate can look like any other piece of plate armor)... for a price. And the most recent version of the system allows you to hide any piece of armor except the pants— meaning you can pull off the Conan look if you want to now. It just doesn't look like you're wearing all that plate... just a set of (quite possibly scanty) leggings.
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The Mandalorian: Due to the Empire hunting them and various other dangers, the Mandalorian clan in the series has a strict rule: Never remove your helmet where anyone can see, ever. If you do, you're not a Mandalorian any more, and you can never put it back on. Taking it off while alone is fine, and of course necessary for eating. It's unclear if this is a rule all Mandalorians have adopted, or just this clan.
It is however acceptable if the only others around are one's clan. (i.e if you're only around other Mandalorians)
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Inuyasha:
Inuyasha wears a special kimono, the Robe of the Fire Rat, that doubles as full body armor. On the rare occasion he removes any of it, it's only the top outer layer and only when his human companions need protection from things youkai and half-youkai can resist. Otherwise, he sleeps in it and on one occasion was seen scrubbing himself in a pool of water... while still wearing it.
Sesshoumaru never removes his armor. On one occasion he's badly injured, his armor is smashed and he's forced lie in one spot for a day or two; he still doesn't remove the armor. The only time he doesn't have armor is when he assumes his true form as a giant dog demon. This is more or less shape-shifting and his clothes disappear and reappear when he changes back and forth from human to dog.
Kouga has never been seen without his armor.
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Emberverse: Dies the Fire frequently mentions how hot and uncomfortable — as well as how necessary — armor is in a world where technology has suddenly been reduced to the level of the Middle Ages.
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In The Circumstances Leading to Waltraute's Marriage, the Valkyrie Waltraute never removes her armor, and thinks doing so would be a blasphemy. The other Valkyries are more relaxed about wearing armor. When Waltraute is married to Jack Elvan, she eventually, nervously, gives him permission to remove it, but they are interrupted and she changes her mind.
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In Is This a Zombie?, Eucliwood always wears her armor, as it's necessary for her to limit her power.
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It's possibly apocryphal in-universe, but in Knights of the Old Republic 2, Mandalore supposedly never takes his full body armor off. It's for a good reason - he doesn't want anyone discovering he's Revan's old buddy Canderous.
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All of The Xtacles in Frisky Dingo, who never take off their futuristic armor and helmets. They can barely tell each other apart, or have much of a reaction when one of their own dies.
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Although he doesn't wear it in bed, Uhtred of The Saxon Stories has mentioned putting his mail on first thing in the morning and wearing it all day despite there being no risk of combat. The reason being that mail is bloody heavy, and he needs to be fully accustomed to moving around in it.
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Fallout: New Vegas has a couple of chilling examples of this in its expansions:
Dead Money has Hazmat suits with a design flaw causing the latching components to seize up, trapping the wearer inside. Those unfortunate enough to be wearing the suits when the bombs fell became more or less immortal in their hermetically-sealed environment. As they lost their sanity, the Ghost People were born.
Old World Blues features the Y-17 Trauma Harness, powered suit prototypes designed to be placed on an injured soldier in combat so that he could be 'walked' back to a friendly area in relative safety. Unfortunately, there were a couple of minor flaws in the Trauma Harness - namely an overly sensitive and aggressive self-defense system, the possibility of it activating without a set base to walk back to, and a lack of recognition on whether or not the inhabitant of the suit was, in fact, alive. Thus, the Big Empty is packed with autonomous harnesses ferrying around skeletons.
Not quite as chilling, Brotherhood of Steel soldiers do indeed sleep in power armor. In Fallout 4, however, the player must exit their power armor before sleeping. Brotherhood companion Paladin Danse presumably gets out of his power armor at bedtime if the player is romancing him, but he's apparently pretty good about getting up and putting it back on just before you wake up.
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Parodied in Undertale: according to Sans, his brother Papyrus never takes off his "battle body", even though it's actually just an outfit the two made on a costume party and not actual armor.
Downplayed while combined with Ermine Cape Effect with Asgore, whom we first see tending flowers in his garden... while wearing full armor, along with a crown and Badass Cape. However, he knew he was going to fight the player soon, his armor is probably magical anyway, and the Golden Ending shows him without armor. Strangely, he is barefoot even with the armor.
From the Royal Guard, Lesser Dog and Greater Dog are almost always seen wearing armor, (in the latter's case, at the end of their fight they're shown to actually be a small dog wearing large armor), as are the guards encountered in Hotland. Undyne, however, changes out of her armor after her boss fight.
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Stormtroopers are usually shown as staying in armor while on hostile planets. Star Wars: Allegiance sort of uses this trope by mentioning a regulation that stormtroopers, even off duty, must wear their armor when not in the barracks. It turns out that the captain of this particular Star Destroyer hates seeing stormtroopers wandering around in armor, but the troopers won't agree to be confined to barracks, so they're allowed out in plainclothes.
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Deputy Travis Junior on Reno 911! is alway seen wearing light body armor over his uniform even when in the station. It should be noted, however, that most police departments in the United States discourage this practice as it can encourage certain segments of society to start taking potshots at officers.
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In Schlock Mercenary, Tagon's Toughs wear their fullerene-cloth Powered Armor all the time. Subverted in that with the helmet and gloves retracted, the armor is indistinguishable from an ordinary uniform anyway.
Their heavy armour is even more so, able to act as a completely self-contained life support system, even capable of recycling bodily waste back into food, water, and air.
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Power armor in Duumvirate is a closed system which can be worn for weeks at a time, but starts to stink after a while. This is also a setting in which children's everyday clothing is comfortable, blade-resistant, Class IIIA body armor.
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Exalted
The Terrestrial Exalted's favored magical jade-alloy armor is stated to be as comfortable as normal clothing, and the Solar Exalted have a specific magic power they can take to make armor-wearing less of a nuisance, or just send it Elsewhere.
There's also discreet Essence armor, an artifact that negates the issue entirely—the "armor" is just a matched set of bracers and anklets, which project a force field over the wearer in combat situations. For this reason, as well as the fact that it is much easier to conceal than normal armor, it is highly prized by spies, diplomats, martial artists, and anyone else who might want the protection of armor without the hassle of a cumbersome, conspicuous suit of plated metal.
Another option is silken armor. It's artifact clothing made of a special kind of magical silk which offers the protection of light armor.
The First and Forsaken Lion, for defying his Neverborn master, was permanently welded into his armor, among other things. But he's the ghost of a former Solar Exalted, so the mundane problems don't apply.
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Overlord. The armor never comes off, except when it's time to get jiggy wit' it. Oh yeah. Even then it's only implied. You never actually see the Overlord without armor.
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Zig-zagged in Elantris. The Derethi religion is heavily focused on war and conquest, so high-ranking priests vestaments include heavy armor. However, wearing a full suit of plate armor at all times is cumbersome and unpleasant, so most wear lighter fake armor. Of course Hrathen further subverts this when it turns out he actually wears his real armor at all times, to the surprise of another Derethi priest.
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In the Vorkosigan Saga, space armor is designed to be able to be worn for extended periods of time. The protagonist, Miles, is so short that once in a while he has to wear a suit of armor loaned from the shortest woman he can find, and therefore with the wrong sex's "plumbing".
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In Path of Exile, one of your Heist partner-in-crime, Huck, says he's so used to wearing armor that he feels less comfortable out of armor. That said, he wouldn't sleep in full platemail. He wears a chainmail for that.
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Bioware can't seem to make up their mind about this trope. In Dragon Age: Origins, anyone equipped with armor wears it 24/7. The player can manually give party members normal clothes (or strip them to their underwear), but there is no practical reason to ever do so.
The armor goes away for a moment when the main character and Love Interest decide to do some sparring. It's back on when they wake up the next morning. Because the first thing anyone does after sex is put on their armor, then lie back down, right?
It does make an effort with some of the NPCs though, the landsmeet members for instance are all in normal clothing when you meet them in the city and full armor at the landsmeet itself. Arl Eamon wears normal clothes normally, fancy chainmail to the landsmeet and a suit of full plate when preparing for battle.
There's a scene early on when the main character wakes up without wearing armor. An entire conversation goes by this way, and when it's time to hand control over to the player there's a scene shift and the character is back to wearing full armor again.
Dragon Age II plays this mostly the same way but with one exception: Hawke will wear casual clothes while at home (Gamlen's house or the Hawke estate). The Companions, on the other hand, will wear their armor 24/7 (except the love interests). Even then, the only ones wearing armor heavier than street clothes are Aveline and Sebastian, and the only times you see Aveline out of your party she's on the clock for the city guard.
In Dragon Age: Inquisition, the player changes into plain clothes while at the Inquisition headquarters (Haven and later Skyhold). Bizarrely, on most missions where you're invited to a ball or other social event, you stay in armor, except for one story mission where you and your companions wear formal attire instead.
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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight has the title character, Gawain, doing this while searching for the green chapel.
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Referenced in a Dragon article by Robin D. Laws about the difference between a dungeon crawl and a swashbuckling adventure, which opens with a humorous exaggeration of the average dungeon delver's attitude to armor: "So what if, in return for that additional protection, they had to give up bathing?"
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In the Shining Force games you see all your men relaxing in the HQ, they are of course in full armor even then they should be safe.
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Iron Man's suits of armor sometimes employed this trope. Originally, due to his heart condition, he had to wear a chest piece under his shirt which doubled as his chest plate. Other versions were skintight, allowing him to wear full suits under his clothes. When he's equipped with Extremis, the armor is expressly a part of his body. Most armors also come equipped with a music playlist for long flights, or even noise cancellation equipment if he wants to take a nap. War Machine also had this type of armor during his "cyborg" period.
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With the setting being based on Dungeons & Dragons, this is only to be expected of the cast of The Order of the Stick, the characters who routinely wear light-to-no armor (Hayley, Elan, Vaarsuvius) are often shown in different outfits. Roy and Durkon, in particular, are almost always wearing their armor except for a few special occasions. Even in the desert. Or on board ship, although having prepared water walk helps with that one...
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Ratchet is forced to wear armor at all times during his unwanted stay at DreadZone. The helmet is removed when he's outside of the arena, but the rest stays on. When he first learns this, he... doesn't react well.
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Partially averted in Dwarf Fortress. Your militia take a small morale penalty if made to wear their armor when not on duty, but there are no other ill-effects apart from them moving more slowly.
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Lampshaded in Fallout 2 when your character wears Power Armor in New Reno:
On the other hand, when you have sex with someone the game subverts the trope and awakens you naked (well, as naked as you can get in Fallout, anyway) with your armor close to your bed.
The New Reno hookers will mock you no matter what you're wearing. It's just that armor gets the more amusing jabs.
Justified in the case of Frank Horrigan. He's a cyborg supermutant whose armor also acts as a life support system. Even if he wanted to remove his armor, he probably couldn't without risking death.
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Not quite as chilling, Brotherhood of Steel soldiers do indeed sleep in power armor. In Fallout 4, however, the player must exit their power armor before sleeping. Brotherhood companion Paladin Danse presumably gets out of his power armor at bedtime if the player is romancing him, but he's apparently pretty good about getting up and putting it back on just before you wake up.
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In The Venture Bros., Hank Venture once found a Strength Suit and wore it for weeks afterwards without getting it off. The other characters started to mention his stench, and when the suit was stolen from him, it was shown that his limbs had severely atrophied.
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Man-Bot from Freedom Force wears his Power Armor constantly. Considering he starts exploding due to Energy X Power Incontinence if he takes it off, he probably considers the constant discomfort worth it.
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Justified in the case of the Black Knight aka Zelgius of Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, who stays in his armor all the time to hide the fact that he's a Branded and doesn't age as quickly as most beorc do.
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Berserk shows that Guts rarely takes his armor off - which makes some sense, because he is constantly at threat of being attacked by demons. Other than that, it's usually averted, as most of the armor-wearing cast members only do so in battle.
Ever since Azan was kicked out of the Holy See he has kept his helmet on at all times, possibly out of shame, and was even once seen sleeping in full plate armor. He even eats while wearing the helmet.
Griffith hasn't been shown without armor since his incarnation. He doesn't wear his helmet when not in battle, and was seen without his gauntlets once, but that's it.
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King's Quest (2015) takes this to ridiculous levels. All the Knight Hopefuls are clad from head to toe in shiny plate armor that they never take off. No, not even the helmets. Or when they're crawling through damp caves. Or when racing on a track. Or playing board games. Said armor doesn't restrict their movements, seems to weigh nothing, and must be very thin indeed considering some of the knights' outer extremities. Contrast with Graham, whose sole "knightly" equipment is his Badass Cape of Holding.
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Averted in Avatar: The Last Airbender. In the episode "The Boiling Rock", two of the heroes infiltrate the eponymous prison, and, as they go in to the guard lounge to gather information, are told to take off the helmets and relax by the regular guards. The hero with the well known face in the Fire Nation is able to make up an excuse about always wanting to be prepared in case of a surprise attack and the veteran guards laugh it off as an overly by-the-book rookie and let him leave it on without further comment.
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Shining Force III opens during peace talks but everybody is in full armor, possibly to present a show of force. Later they show characters sleeping in bed in full armor.
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Double H in Beyond Good & Evil wears his suit of armor everywhere. Apparently, in the depths of the manual, it's Hand Waved that he rarely takes it off because he enjoys the empowered, manly feeling wearing armor gives him.
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In a Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode, Weyoun finds Damar in bed wearing his uniform, including the boots and armored chestplate!note The meta-reason for this was probably that making someone up as a Cardassian is expensive and time-consuming enough when it's just the face and neck. To make things sillier, Weyoun sneeringly examines what appears to be an article of flimsy, revealing clothing... implying that Damar has possibly engaged in some sort of sex acts with someone the night before, while presumably still fully dressed and in armor. Although that wouldn't be entirely out of character for Damar.
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Democracy: In all scenes they appear, the Spartans are seen wearing an armor.
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The Legend of Zelda:
In The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess one can clearly see Link has chainmail under his tunic, and presumably a doublet under that or it'll be mighty uncomfortable.
Ganondorf is also guilty of this: in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, he wears the exact same armor even after the time skip (the only addition being a brand new cape). In Twilight Princess, he wears a different set of armor...but he's apparently worn that for decades.
In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, while Link can change in and out of armor and other, more comfortable sets of clothes at any point, there's nothing stopping him from wearing heavy armor at all times and even when sleeping in a bed.
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Halo:
Master Chief John-117 very rarely takes off his armor. In the games, he's only had his helmet off four times total, and his full armor off once, at the end of Halo 4. In the Expanded Universe, he occasionally takes it off, but he's spent so much time in it, his skin looks bleached, due to lack of exposure to the sun.
The series has gone to rather absurd lengths to keep ol' John as The Faceless. Case in point: Halo 2 starts off with the MJOLNIR armor worn during the first game having been junked just before the MC is going to an award ceremony in his honor. His choice of attire for this prestigious public occasion? A new set of MJOLNIR armor, with the helmet clamped securely on at all times. At this rate, either Haloid is canon, or he's cripplingly shy.
This is all justified though, as he and the other Spartans literally feel as if they are without their skin when taking off their armor, simply because the armor forms so perfectly onto them that they don't even feel the difference, except for the fact that armor multiplies their strength, resistance, etc. And since they've had it on so long, when they take it off, they feel extremely slow, powerless, and vulnerable even with all their already superhuman features.
Every Forerunner, be they warrior, builder, scientist, etc. wore a suit of armor for their entire lives. Justified, since it's the reason they live so long and don't need to sleep, and contains their own personal AI with a massive store of knowledge. At one point, some females are seen wearing ceremonial garb, but even then, it's only colorful cloth suspended over their actual armor.
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In Steve And Carlos, this trope definitely seems in effect as the title characters are wearing their armor when they have absolutely no reason to while stranded alone together on an island without even any evidence of fauna to worry about.
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It gets worse in Mass Effect 2. Some armors come with the extra special function of completely non-removable helmets. This does not, however, prohibit Shepard from drinking or embracing former loved ones right through their helmet. 3 has the same issue in some cases, such as giving a romanced Jack a "Shut Up" Kiss at the end of the Grissom Academy level, but at least you can switch your helmet from "Default" to "Off In Conversations", which prevents that problem at the expense of a bit of immersion-straining.
This trope is both played straight and inverted in Mass Effect 2. The inventory system from the first game is gone, so all of your squadmates go out in whatever they wear on the Normandy. So Zaeed, Grunt, and Garrus (except for the aforementioned romance scene) always wear full armor. On the other extreme, Jack goes into battle essentially topless.
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JLIST chemical protective gear is designed for continuous wear; there is a straw/emergency induction port in the pro-mask so you can drink without taking it off.
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Mass Effect has it both ways. Shepard, Ashley, and Kaidan wear exceptionally bulky armor when out on a mission, but automatically change to a much lighter uniform when on your home ship. Members of alien races, like Garrus and Wrex,note Well, Krogan Battlemasters don't get to be Wrex's age without being excessively paranoid. He probably doesn't take it off to bathe. (It's likely that he doesn't bathe at all). still seem to wear their armor all the time. In Tali's case, it's implied that taking off her armor in an Earthlike environment would be fatal.
In Mass Effect 2 it's revealed that all Quarians have to wear armor all the time due to their weak immune system, even in their own environments; so it's likely that, yes, Quarians may literally eat, sleep, bathe and even... Well, you know... In their armor, which Tali uses to troll Liara at one point. Mass Effect 3' shows that they can also drink alcohol through their armor. Very carefully. Using an Emergency Induction Port.note That's a straw
Also, Tali finally gets one of two lines sans radio voice in ME3 at the end of The Rannoch campaign. Your decisionsnote through all three games decide if that line makes you happy or not.
Their high tech suits are also specifically designed to be lived in, with lots of conveniences like evironment control and neuro stimulators to help them simulate the experience of touching each other. They're also made of a thinner flexible material unlike the bulky plate that other characters wear. The suits have become part of their culture.
Mass Effect 2 has Garrus wearing lighter clothing if you invite him up for a cuddle in a female romance plot. It's pretty much the day wear you see regular turians walking around in. Krogan also wear regular clothing, but it looks a lot like their armor.
And Shepard sees fit to wear their armor and weapons to formal situations, like for being appointed to the position of Spectre. Some people try to justify this with the claim that full combat armor is the unofficial Spectre equivalent to dress uniform. It kinda makes sense, as Spectres are all about being badass, so being seen wearing armor all the time, making them look always prepared would probably only enforce that. The books seem to confirm this. Saren is always seen in his armor no matter what, however a krogan battle master doesn't wear any armor when meeting with his employer.
For heavier armor too, it's important to note that the in-game justification is that nanotechnology allows for highly effective modular and self-repairing plates (or some such) as well as that most of the protection actually comes from very tiny force field emitters. Thus their armor is less 'armor' and more hardened space suits than anything else. Wrex gets both a handwave and a justification in that he fought a battle with a rival mercenary... for several days straight.
It gets worse in Mass Effect 2. Some armors come with the extra special function of completely non-removable helmets. This does not, however, prohibit Shepard from drinking or embracing former loved ones right through their helmet. 3 has the same issue in some cases, such as giving a romanced Jack a "Shut Up" Kiss at the end of the Grissom Academy level, but at least you can switch your helmet from "Default" to "Off In Conversations", which prevents that problem at the expense of a bit of immersion-straining.
This trope is both played straight and inverted in Mass Effect 2. The inventory system from the first game is gone, so all of your squadmates go out in whatever they wear on the Normandy. So Zaeed, Grunt, and Garrus (except for the aforementioned romance scene) always wear full armor. On the other extreme, Jack goes into battle essentially topless.
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Many games in the Shining Series have a main character in full body armor, once the characters get promoted the armor just gets bulkier.
In the Shining Force games you see all your men relaxing in the HQ, they are of course in full armor even then they should be safe.
Shining Force III opens during peace talks but everybody is in full armor, possibly to present a show of force. Later they show characters sleeping in bed in full armor.
Initially averted in Shining Wisdom where Mars awakes up and starts the game wearing an old-fashioned nightgown; but then played straight almost immediately afterwards as you have to sleep to begin a night-shift, which of course you do in full armor.
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The Ruby-Spears version of Mega Man never takes off his armor for any reason whatsoever. The only time we see his household civilian robot appearance at all is during the pilot (which has some elements that never return again anyway).
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Rogue Legacy. No one of Johannes' descendents (including of course every character the player controls) is ever seen without his/her armor on including his/her lover and kids during the ending sequence.
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Played for comedy in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, where the protagonist complains at great length about how excruciating it is to wear knight's armor while traveling cross-country and trying to sleep.
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Used deliberately in The Lord of the Rings, in which the steward Denethor surprises onlookers by revealing that, despite being mostly confined within the kingdom's walls, he always wears chainmail under his clothes lest he become a pushover. (It's one of the strongest hints that Denethor is becoming quite unhinged.)
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Mega Man in Mega Man: Defender of the Human Race spends the majority of his time in his armor. Unlike other versions of Rock/Mega/Aki, he wasn't rebuilt with the ability to switch between his human and warrior forms at will. This causes him a little distress at times as it reminds that he can't really go back to being just Rock until Dr. Wily is defeated. By Episode 17, Dr. Light begins working on subverting this trope by creating an upgrade that would allow Mega Man to change forms at will and restores Rock to his human form after the arrest of Dr. Wily.
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In RuneScape, the Raptor is always seen wearing his armor, even when the other legendary heroes are dressed more casually. Fans have questioned whether he's human, or even if he exists under the armor.
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In Final Fantasy IV Cecil goes to sleep wearing his armor in an early cutscene. There are two reasons he has to wear it: One, he feels as though he must, because he wants to atone and we only get to see his face after he does so and two, it's implied it's actually strapped to his skin.
This is actually a plot point in The After Years. Since Kain always wore concealing Dragoon armor in the first game, very few if any people recognize him without it, even in his hometown where they've been wishing he'd return for years, though the fact that he hasn't been seen in years also helps (a few former party members either do recognize him or at least find him familiar, but he typically deflects the conversation until the reveal.) Likewise for Golbez. Since he was always in his Tin Tyrant armor in the first game, nobody except for one character very importantly connected to him, has any idea who he is until he reveals it, although again, like with Kain, none of the characters have seen him in 17 years either.
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Steiner from Final Fantasy IX, much to the amusement of the main character.
Contrast with Beatrix, his fellow military officer and rival, who wears no armor whatsoever.
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Fallout: Equestria - Project Horizons: Averted for the most part - characters put on their armor when needed and take it off when not. But when cybernetic augmentations are introduced, their deteriorating effect on one's mental health is largely attributed to the impossibility to remove them and just feel like a flesh-and-blood creature anymore.
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In A New Hope, stormtrooper officers Jir and Praji were wearing black officer's uniforms when Darth Vader assigned them to find the droids on Tatooine, though Praji later appeared in the usual white armor for his mission.
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Barik of Tyranny, in his case because it's an amlgamaton of steel stuck to him by the Edict of Storms that he can't take off. And combined with an aversion of Nobody Poops; despite his best efforts to keep his armor clean, it smells foul. The Bastard's Wound expansion reveals why he cannot remove the armor. Graven Ashe's Aegis, which heals the wounds of the Disfavored, considers Barik's armor to be part of his body due to the Edict of Storms' magic interfering with the Aegis. Any attempt to remove or destroy the armor is "healed" by the Aegis. Removing the Aegis is the only way to free Barik.
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Brucho from the semiobscure Australian claymation series Plasmo was only ever seen in his 24-hour helmet. He even wore it in the bath.
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Radiant Historia has Alistel army commanders who have been explicitly moved to permanent desk jobs still wear full combat armor. A justified example, as Alistel has such a strong military tradition it's quite possible combat gear is the uniform all the way up to the top. Granorg, by contrast, has its noncombatant governors in much less practical finery.
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The tabletop game Iron Heroes averts the trope, in that sleeping in your armor leaves you tired and less effective. It also plays it straight-the Armiger class, whose entire schtick is the maximisation of armor effects, later gains the ability to sleep in their armor without penalty.
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In Tales from My D&D Campaign, the Orc Scorpion Armor is enchanted to let you sleep in it if you want.
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In Planet Explorers, players can wear armor permanently, even while sleeping out in the cold on a hard wooden bed, and seem to suffer no ill effects whatsoever.
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Tales of the Five Hundred Kingdoms: Justified in One Good Knight. The knight Sir George wears armor at all times, ostensibly for protection from surprise attack. It has a second, equally useful function: to conceal the fact that "George" is "Georgina". Additionally, the suit is enchanted with spells which make it comfortable to wear.
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In Dragon Ball Super we get to see a Saiyan from another universe, who doesn't wear the standard armor of Frieza's army. Instead he wears a different pattern of armor, that Vegeta quickly identifies as Saiyan traditional armor before they joined Frieza's organization.
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Kevin from Daria is never, ever shown without his football pads. Except when he was kicked off the football team after breaking his leg.
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In Top 10: The Forty Niners, Steelgauntlet is said to never, ever remove his bulky Powered Armor due to disfiguring burns he received in an explosion. In reality, he's actually a robot, possibly the very first to possess full sentience, masquerading as a human to avoid the common anti-robot prejudice of the time.
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The Elder Scrolls
You can choose to play it straight as the Player Character throughout the series. There is nothing preventing you from wearing armor at all times.
In terms of NPCs, it is played with by different games within the series. Morrowind has static NPC's who play this trope straight. Oblivion and Skyrim's NPC's have more elaborate schedules and usually avert the trope by removing their armor and switching to more comfortable clothes when going to sleep, but you'll still come across the odd NPC (usually a generic bandit or some such) sleeping in their armor.
In Daggerfall, Ebonarm, the god of war worshiped in the Iliac Bay region, is "never seen" without his suit of dark ebony armor. He also has an ebony sword permanently fused to his right arm.
There's also an amusing armor-related story among the many, many in-game books readable detailing a master of heavy armor called "Hallgerd's Tale". Also a particularly epic case of Right Through His Pants.
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In A Song of Ice and Fire
The Ironmen fighting in the Neck have to wear their armor all the time for fear of poison arrows from guerrilla crannogmen.
Victarion Greyjoy wears full plate armor during boat attacks, which is very rare due to fears of drowning if you get pushed into the water. Because he's a devout followers of the Drowned God, though, he considered drowning a holy way to die. Despite the risk, being in full armor while others aren't does give him a significant advantage in the battles we see him take part in, and he mentally notes his respect for a young knight he faces who also elects to wear his full armor aboard his ship, thinking that he's "almost Ironborn."
Ser Robert Strong, the newest member of the Kingsguard, had apparently has never been seen removing his armor for any reason. Kevan Lannister notes this oddity, as well as the fact that Strong never talks, eats or sleeps, and begins to have doubts about whether he's an actual human.
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The warrior Heracles in One Piece has always been seen in full-body armor and a helmet.
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Kingdom Come: Deliverance plays this straight as an Acceptable Break from Reality, as despite the game's heavy emphasis on realism, needing to take Henry's armour off to sleep would be annoying and have no benefit. This is also played straight for soldiers and guards, presumably so you can't dominate fights without using stealth by doing them at night.
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Ratchet & Clank:
Ratchet wears armor during most of his appearances, even in circumstances where it doesn't make much sense, like the heroes' HQ or a civilian town (granted, he's in danger in those too). Considering the time he spends in those places, and that his ships usually don't have enough room to change, one wonders how he satisfies his... bodily functions.
It's the Personal Hygenator that takes care of that.
Ratchet is forced to wear armor at all times during his unwanted stay at DreadZone. The helmet is removed when he's outside of the arena, but the rest stays on. When he first learns this, he... doesn't react well.
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The inhabitants of Bara Magna in BIONICLE rarely take off their armor, which is justified by how dangerous the planet can get. And before that, all the inhabitants of the Matoran "universe" also wear armor all the time. Some of it is justified because it is part of their bio-mechanical bodies, but those who wear additional armor is ever seen to take it off, even though they are mentioned to clean or repair it.
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In The Dreamland Chronicles, Alexander wears his magical armor whenever he's there - that, or in some rare instances only his boxers. Probably justified in that a) it's magical armor, and b) he doesn't eat, sleep, or defecate in Dreamland. On the other hand, he cuddles with his love interest while wearing the armor, so it has to be magically cuddly, too.
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Trollhunters:
In season 2, Jim spends several episodes (and over two weeks in-universe) in his armor while trapped in the Darklands. Despite it normally being Instant Armor, it's an important plot point that he can't ever take it off, since the amulet he uses to summon it is out of reach. Since it's magic, presumably the various problems that could arise are covered by A Wizard Did It.
In the last few episodes of season 3, Jim's armor seems permanently fused to him after he becomes a troll. He tries to pry the amulet off at one point, but can't. Word of God after the series ended explained that the amulet was simply responding to his emotional state, trying to "protect" him from his fears over becoming a troll. After he calmed down, it operated normally.
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Karin Aoi from DNA² would even sleep in her armor if she could, and only removed it of her own volition once. Justified as it's a futuristic armor that is rather comfortable to wear.
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Inverted in the Teen Titans episode "Cyborg the Barbarian", where Cyborg is transported into the past. While the barbarians he befriends take off their armor at the end of a battle, Sarasim remarks that it is sad that Cyborg's armor cannot be removed as it's part of his body — he is a Twenty Four Hour Warrior and must have trouble being outside of battle.
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Ganondorf is also guilty of this: in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, he wears the exact same armor even after the time skip (the only addition being a brand new cape). In Twilight Princess, he wears a different set of armor...but he's apparently worn that for decades.
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In Death Star, it's mentioned that one of the first things TIE pilots learn to do when on-call is to sleep in full battle gear (except the helmet) to save time if the scramble alarm is sounded. However, their gear isn't so much armor as life-support and protection against vacuum, since unlike X-wings, TIE-fighters don't have onboard life-support systems.
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Although a downplayed example, in the prologue of Birth by Sleep, Ventus wakes up in his bed with the exact same model as normal. Although his outfit mostly looks comfortable, he is still wearing pieces of his Keyblade Armour, including one pauldron and both sabatons.
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The knights in Excalibur are the poster boys for this. They eat, sleep, quest and have sex while wearing armor. After several of them spend years questing for the Holy Grail, their armor has become all rusty.
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In Demon's Souls, Garl Vinland is always clad in armor even while relaxing beside Astraea. Justified since he has to be ready to defend her as her bodyguard at all times and because he wouldn't be able to survive in the poisonous environment of his and Astraea's new home without his armor's enchantments.
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In The Unusuals one character has a fear of dying at 42 (his father and grandfather died at 42, and he's now 42) so he wears a bulletproof vest at all times, even at home.
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Game of Thrones: Soldiers are often seen wearing their armor even when it would be unusual for them to do so, due to Limited Wardrobe.
Bronn wears his armor even when he's relaxing and trading stories with Tyrion.
King Renly Baratheon doesn't seem to have any formal clothing other than his armor in Season 2.
Janos Slynt also wears his chainmail while having dinner with Tyrion.
Most of the northmen are at least in gambesons, the heavy padded garment typically worn beneath heavier armor, even Bran, a boy who is paralyzed.
Ser Jorah Mormont is a notable exception: the fact that he's stripped down to cloth garments in the hot Dothraki Sea shows his adaptability, and when he puts it all back on, you know he's expecting a fight.
Of particular note is Stannis Baratheon, who wears his black and grey mail and plate armor with the sigil of the flaming heart on his chest in almost every single scene he's in. Across 3 seasons! Even the robes he wears have metal plates mounted to the chest.
Since his resurrection and exit from the Watch, Jon has worn the Stark standard-issue Brown coat-of-plate for every scene in Season 6, whether he's eating, resting or fighting. Considering that he got stabbed with only a peascod protecting him the first time, this might count as Properly Paranoid.
Queen Visenya Targaryen preferred plate and mail to gowns.
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In Hero the King of Qin has justifably worn his armor day and night for the past three years, ever since a failed assassination attempt. He also does not permit outsiders to come within ten to a hundred steps of him.
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Legacy of Kain: Never mind cursed "Paladin" Malek. The very protagonist Kain goes on 24/7 in any kind of armor he wears. Of course, it might somehow be justified by his being a (Nosgothan) vampire...
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In terms of NPCs, it is played with by different games within the series. Morrowind has static NPC's who play this trope straight. Oblivion and Skyrim's NPC's have more elaborate schedules and usually avert the trope by removing their armor and switching to more comfortable clothes when going to sleep, but you'll still come across the odd NPC (usually a generic bandit or some such) sleeping in their armor.
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Averted in A Dance with Rogues. Whenever your character is in bed (whether sleeping or doing other things one does in bed), the game removes whatever you have equipped in your armor/clothing slot and blacks out the general area.
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Erza in Fairy Tail is almost always in armor. She only wears something else on rare occasions when she wants to look nice, once while in a construction uniform, or to sleep/shower. In her case she feels unsafe without it after being a child slave, and has the special power to switch between sets at will. However her usual attire is just a single light breastplate over a regular clothes. She only puts on the elaborate huge head to toe armor sets during battle.
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While it is not as egregious as it could be, Kingdom of Heaven has many instances of this trope, with knights variously treating their mail armor as streetwear, business suit, and suitable formal dress for any occasion. Tiberias, for example, wears it on his office job.
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Warhammer 40,000 heavily abuses this trope, but then, it is mentioned that most of these armors are designed to be worn for an extended periods of time,
Space Marine offers complete recycle facilities not unlike Fremen stillsuits. Flavor text and other media confirm that Space Marines do indeed take their armor off when not fighting people. Their everyday attire depends on what the culture of their chapter is - the Salamanders, who hail from the blisteringly hot world of Nocturne go everywhere in loincloths, the monastic Dark Angels wear robes, the Ancient Grome-esque Ultramarines wear tunics etc.
Like with everything, Chaos takes this trope to the utter screaming extreme, with numerous individuals wearing the same armor for thousands of years.
The Thousand Sons Chaos Marines essentially are suits of armor. Killing a Thousand Son Chaos Marine will result in an expulsion of dust from the suit through the wound.
In the case of the ones dedicated to Khorne, their armor has actually become part of their body and can't be removed, ever. They somehow eat their recycled waste forever.
Every single Daemon Marine (Warp Talons, Mutilators, Obliterators, and Daemon Princes) all have this and Clingy Costume due to the nature of the warp basically blending them, the armor, and daemons into one being.
The Imperial Guard is confusing. While many troops appear to be wearing armor along with a uniform, the 'flak armor' can be the uniform. While there may be harder and extra sections for them to wear, it's possible a uniformed Imperial Guardsmen is an armored one. On the other hand, it's kinda useless against many small-arms, let alone heavy weapons. The universe never really states if flak armor can be comfortable enough to wear all the time; but carapace armor, which is much more likely at stopping small-arms, is said to be heavy, cumbersome and uncomfortable, as Ciaphas Cainnote  HERO OF THE IMPERIUM once noted.
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Chrono Trigger zig-zags with this trope. First, the game features Informed Equipment, so the player doesn't see the armor that the party picks up. The most knightly character, Frog, wears a breastplate as seen in character illustrations, so this is less severe than full-body mail would be. Finally, Lucca sleeps without her helmet, making her case an aversion.
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In Minecraft there is no reason to not wear armor if you can. It's better to sleep with armor on, in case a monster appears in your bedroom that night.
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The Remoras of the Great Ship universe never take off their Powered Armor space suit, spending entire lives (including their birth) within it . Part of it is from living in the pure vacuum of the outer hull of a Planet Spaceship, and the other is cultural; asking a Remora to take off their suit is one of the most offensive things a person can say, and outright impossible without heavy-duty cutting tools. The issue of burial rights generally doesn't come up, because the number one cause of Remora death is being turned into a impact crater from interstellar rock slipping past the Greatship's point defenses and colliding with the hull.
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In How to Train Your Dragon most of the residents of Berk besides Hiccup have armor or at least horned helmets as part of their Limited Wardrobe.
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Laios in Delicious in Dungeon is hardly ever seen out of his armor. He even sleeps in it occasionally!
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Averted in A Dragon in Shining Armour. The Royal Knights only wear their armor when they're on duty, sparring, or out on a mission. Otherwise, they wear more casual clothes.
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In Perfect Dark, Joanna (Agent Dark) wears an armored Spy Catsuit at all times except when missions call for some sort of disguise. (And even then, she sometimes steals someone else's uniform and wears it over her armor.)
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Justified in Crysis 2 with Alcatraz's Nanosuit, since it's the only thing keeping him alive after his grievous wounding at the beginning of the game. He later discovers that the suit is compensating for the otherwise fatal injuries by growing into his body.
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In The Legend of Dragoon, the main character wears red armor all the time, full plate mail, though it's a well-customized fit.
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Sun King Aster in the Erenor series is an example of this. Supposedly, his armor is 10 times lighter than steel, but no accounting for comfort.
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Justified in Villains by Necessity with the Black Knight Blackmail, who is clad head-to-toe in all-concealing magic plate armor that has been welded shut, with enchanted rings that keep him from needing to eat or sleep. He never shows his face nor even so much as says a word until the climax, of course so that even his name is just a bad joke one of his traveling companions made up (though he visibly shakes with suppressed laughter when he hears it).
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In Dragon Ball both Saiyan (except for Goku) and members of Frieza's army (that for a long time included also the Saiyan) are rarely seen without armor, even when they've become so strong that it could as well be paper. Shown most clearly by Vegeta, who actually needs a reason not to (when he's in a healing tank he has to be naked, he didn't have any armor available when Frieza and King Cold came to Earth, and was forbidden by the rules of the Tenkaichi).
In Dragon Ball Super we get to see a Saiyan from another universe, who doesn't wear the standard armor of Frieza's army. Instead he wears a different pattern of armor, that Vegeta quickly identifies as Saiyan traditional armor before they joined Frieza's organization.
Taken Up to Eleven with Mosco, Universe 3's God of Destruction, who does this to the point that it's a minor plot twist that he even is wearing armor; everyone (in and out of universe) had assumed he was a robot, when he's really just an imp wearing Powered Armor.
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In Dragon Half, little Pia's parents told her never to take off her armor. She never does, not even when diving into a lake. Needless to say, she didn't float.
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Averted in Trials of Mana. Not only do characters take off their armor to sleep, most of them sleep in their underwear. Which does not include a bra for Riesz or Angela. If using an emulator, you can even turn off the right sprite layer to see how they sleep. The 2020 remake plays it straight however - staying at an inn will give you a brief scene of your party in bed still dressed in their normal attire, which is particularly absurd for Duran, and doubly so if he's using the Duelist outfit.
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Master Chief John-117 very rarely takes off his armor. In the games, he's only had his helmet off four times total, and his full armor off once, at the end of Halo 4. In the Expanded Universe, he occasionally takes it off, but he's spent so much time in it, his skin looks bleached, due to lack of exposure to the sun.
The series has gone to rather absurd lengths to keep ol' John as The Faceless. Case in point: Halo 2 starts off with the MJOLNIR armor worn during the first game having been junked just before the MC is going to an award ceremony in his honor. His choice of attire for this prestigious public occasion? A new set of MJOLNIR armor, with the helmet clamped securely on at all times. At this rate, either Haloid is canon, or he's cripplingly shy.
This is all justified though, as he and the other Spartans literally feel as if they are without their skin when taking off their armor, simply because the armor forms so perfectly onto them that they don't even feel the difference, except for the fact that armor multiplies their strength, resistance, etc. And since they've had it on so long, when they take it off, they feel extremely slow, powerless, and vulnerable even with all their already superhuman features.
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Yaiba: Onimaru Takeshi is always seen with his Scary Impractical Armor on.
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Urthblood, the titular character of The Urthblood Saga, is never seen without the blood-red armor that's his namesake. It is described as only encasing his upper body, so it's not quite as uncomfortable as it might have been otherwise, but it still can't be very pleasant. He does not sleep in it however because, apparently, he never sleeps.
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The gods in the remake of Clash of the Titans can be given a pass because gods can presumably wear whatever they want. Though their super shiny plate armor looks a bit out of place anyway, consider they're wearing it a good thousand or so years before it was actually invented.
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In The Legend of Korra, police chief Lin Beifong wears armor any time she isn't sleeping, even to high-society parties. However, being made of the same kind of metal she's used to bending, it's not restrictive at all to her. She briefly gets sealed in it when Amon takes away her bending, which is needed to take the thing off.
Lampshaded in this comic by makani.
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Red Dead Redemption II: While not quite armor, everyone sleeps in their normal attire. This can include heavy leather or fur coats, vests, gun belts (with guns), boots, and spurs. Averted in the Patch 1.21 version, in which almost the entire Van der Linde gang walks around or sleeps in their nightclothes all through the night until early morning.
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Zig-zagged in the original PlanetSide. Being set in a Forever War with Resurrective Immortality where people rarely live for more than a few hours at a time, it's not uncommon for people to be in combat armor for their entire short lifespan. However, players respawn in so called "pajamas"; fatigues with a simple bullet proof vest and minimal weapon holster points, which would presumably be used outside of combat. Played straight in Planetside 2, as while it tones down the armor that players wear, all classes - bar the skintight Infiltrator armor - wears at minimum a Cool Helmet, a breastplate, and combat boots on top of fatigues or spandex.
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In Sinjid, Warlord Izumi wears his armor at all times out of awareness that the Imperial Army, who he betrayed out of fear of losing the war they were fighting against the Shogun, were tracking him down and would eventually find him, and wanted to be prepared at all costs.
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Dragon Age II plays this mostly the same way but with one exception: Hawke will wear casual clothes while at home (Gamlen's house or the Hawke estate). The Companions, on the other hand, will wear their armor 24/7 (except the love interests). Even then, the only ones wearing armor heavier than street clothes are Aveline and Sebastian, and the only times you see Aveline out of your party she's on the clock for the city guard.
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In Homestar Runner, The King of Town's Knight is always seen wearing his armor (basically an elongated helmet to make up for the lack of arms), to the point that he wears outfits over it at times.
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In GURPS Time Travel, the authors suggest telling players who insist that their characters never remove their full plate armor that said character has now developed a full-body fungus.
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Star Wars Legends:
Stormtroopers are usually shown as staying in armor while on hostile planets. Star Wars: Allegiance sort of uses this trope by mentioning a regulation that stormtroopers, even off duty, must wear their armor when not in the barracks. It turns out that the captain of this particular Star Destroyer hates seeing stormtroopers wandering around in armor, but the troopers won't agree to be confined to barracks, so they're allowed out in plainclothes.
Other sources avert this by saying that Stormtroopers (especially the non-clone ones) wear a standard Imperial officer's uniform while off-duty (a Stormtrooper private is of the same status as an Imperial Army lieutenant, as both positions require one to have attended a Military Academy).
In Death Star, it's mentioned that one of the first things TIE pilots learn to do when on-call is to sleep in full battle gear (except the helmet) to save time if the scramble alarm is sounded. However, their gear isn't so much armor as life-support and protection against vacuum, since unlike X-wings, TIE-fighters don't have onboard life-support systems.
Hardcore Mandalorians won't take off their armor. Ever. Makes you wonder where little Mandalorians come from...
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Doctor Doom apparently never removes his armor. It includes various high-tech systems allowing him to feed and survive despite the inconvenience this should have.
This is a consequence of his Crazy-Prepared nature; the things his armor is designed to protect him from include having somebody else remove it while he's captured or temporarily helpless, and being mind-controlled into removing it (he can take it off, but the process won't be quick or convenient and usually involves great damage to his surroundings).
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Initially averted in Shining Wisdom where Mars awakes up and starts the game wearing an old-fashioned nightgown; but then played straight almost immediately afterwards as you have to sleep to begin a night-shift, which of course you do in full armor.
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In Daggerfall, Ebonarm, the god of war worshiped in the Iliac Bay region, is "never seen" without his suit of dark ebony armor. He also has an ebony sword permanently fused to his right arm.
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In StarCraft II, we have Tychus Findlay who is literally welded into his marine armor. The armor works as a sort of mobile prison, and there are systems to shut off his major organs should whoever released him find that he isn't to be controlled anymore.
This is actually the lore for all Marines in at least the original game. The majority of Marines are convicts serving life sentences who are fitted into armor that cannot be removed and forced into the army until they're killed.
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Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan: as seen in this page, an extremely minor character is wearing full armor for no reason except to be one of the many oddballs in a gang of thieves.
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King Arthur and his knights in Merlin (1998) seem to wander around in mail at all times, from feasts (which may fall under Ermine Cape Effect for a warrior-king) to more... intimate moments. It's hard to imagine how much of a Moment Killer it would be if you need to call your squire in to help you Slip into Something More Comfortable.
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Two worlds in the Kingdom Hearts series, Space Paranoids and The Grid (both from the same film franchise), will force the player party to wear armor during their visitsnote but not the summonable characters or Dream Eaters. This is mainly played for Rule of Cool, and is justified from the films.
Although a downplayed example, in the prologue of Birth by Sleep, Ventus wakes up in his bed with the exact same model as normal. Although his outfit mostly looks comfortable, he is still wearing pieces of his Keyblade Armour, including one pauldron and both sabatons.
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Krill armor in Sigma Star Saga may not be 24-hour (inasmuch as we're shown Krill beds but never shown any Krill sleeping in them), but the Krill treat it as standard clothing, and an NPC's dialogue snippet informs the player that some Krill even shower with it on. It helps that it enhances the wearer's physical capabilities.
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For a time in Captain America, Cap had to wear twenty four hour armor to be able to move. Most people don't want to think about it.
Captain America's regular costume includes something like chainmail, and he wears it like a second skin. Partly justified by his peak human strength.
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According to the narrator the powered armor in Starship Troopers can keep a Space Marine alive for up to a week, albeit in increasing discomfort.
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Acceptable Breaks from Reality
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 Baldur's Gate (Franchise) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Disgaea (Franchise) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Spellforce (Franchise) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Goblin Slayer / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Skeleton Knight In Another World / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Death Star / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Oathbringer / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Orlando Furioso / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Sir Gawain and the Green Knight / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Solo Leveling / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Star Wars: Allegiance / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 The Elder Scrolls In-Universe Books / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 The Elenium / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 The Lost Stars / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Tunnel in the Sky / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Steve And Carlos (Machinima) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 AboutRoleplayingGames
seeAlso
24-Hour Armor
 Claymore (Manga) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Delicious in Dungeon (Manga) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Inuyasha (Manga) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Metroid: Samus and Joey (Manga) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 The Penumbra Podcast (Podcast) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Elemental Doom (Roleplay)
seeAlso
24-Hour Armor
 Masada / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 The Mandalorian / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Rifts (Tabletop Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Angélique (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Ar tonelico II: Melody of Metafalica (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Beyond Good & Evil (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Bravely Second (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Cantr II (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Darkest Dungeon (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Dead State (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 DUST 514 (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Dynasty Warriors (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 EXA_PICO (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Freeman Guerrilla Warfare (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Galaxy Fraulein Yuna (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 GreedFall (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Gunlord (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Halo 2 (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Mount & Blade (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Planet Explorers (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Ratchet: Deadlocked (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Sakura Dungeon (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Sinjid (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Styx: Master of Shadows / Videogame / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 XCOM: Enemy Unknown (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Rogue Legacy (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 AKnightsDevotion
seeAlso
24-Hour Armor
 Summer Rose Court (Visual Novel) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Flash-Gitz Animation (Web Animation) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Aventures (Web Video) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Living With Chief (Web Video) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 sillypplproductions2 (Web Video) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Deverish Also (Webcomic)
seeAlso
24-Hour Armor
 Elven (Webcomic) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Nimona (Webcomic) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Sword Princess Amaltea (Webcomic) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 The Descended (Webcomic) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Three Panel Soul (Webcomic) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Exo Squad / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Plasmo / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 The Flight of Dragons / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Trollhunters / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Visionaries / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Xyber 9: New Dawn / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Panzermadels (Video Game) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Errant Story (Webcomic) / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor
 Voltron: The Third Dimension / int_84194ebf
type
24-Hour Armor