The highest quality iron ores and state of the art technologies were used in the making of Raven's armor, a legendary suit of armor worn by an even more legendary warrior. It was forged in the gnomes' workshops beneath Mount Carbon, but finished by elves. The songmaster Tyen'sail took an interest in the armor and worked for twelve days straight, each movement of his chisel accompanied by a song of power. It is said that the armor sang a song of victory for its wearer providing him with confidence and calm during battle.
Three variants of this armor are available in the game. The ones inspired by the Order of the Flaming Rose, Scoia'tael and the one trying to show neutrality of its owner.
The armor was redesigned for the sequel to include a utility belt across Geralt's chest and a book attached beneath it. The inscription on the book when translated from the Common Speech to Polish, reads Dendrologia Stosowana, which in English translates to Applied Dendrology (the study of wooden plants).