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Armor is an equip-able item used to protect the player in combat. They are available in 3 types: cloth, light, and heavy.

A graph detailing the amount of physical damage reduction vs. armor rating

Heavy Armor pieces lower agility when equipped (-3 per piece).

As of version 0.8.3 armor rating is not increased when crafted with different resources.
Bonus +1/+2/+3 from crafted armors is added after and is not affected by armor skill.

List of armor[edit | edit source]

Cloth armor[edit | edit source]

Cloth armor is a light armor type that provides little armor. They can be crafted at a Loom, using the Fabrication skill.

Cloth armor will not slow down mana regeneration.

Type Armor Prefix Armor Rating
Head Padded Helm Cloth
Quilted
Silk
Linen Helm Cloth
Quilted
Silk
Legs Padded Legs Cloth
Quilted
Silk
Linen Legs Cloth 15
Quilted
Silk
Torso Padded Chest Cloth
Quilted
Silk
Linen Chest Cloth 20
Quilted
Silk
Mage Robes Cloth 20
Quilted
Silk

Light armor[edit | edit source]

Light armor is a lighter, less defensive armor type. They can be crafted at a Loom, using the Fabrication skill.

Light armor will slow down mana regeneration.

Type Armor Material Type Armor Rating
Head Leather Helm Leather (no prefix) 22
Beast Leather
Vile Leather
Hardened Helm Leather (no prefix) 22
Beast Leather
Vile Leather
Legs
Bone Leggings Bones
Leather Legs Leather (no prefix)
Beast Leather
Vile Leather
Hardened Legs Leather (no prefix)
Beast Leather
Vile Leather
Torso Leather Chest Leather (no prefix)
Beast Leather 22
Vile Leather
Hardened Chest Leather (no prefix)
Beast Leather
Vile Leather

Heavy armor[edit | edit source]

Heavy armor is the heaviest and most defensive armor type. They can be crafted at an anvil, using the Blacksmithing skill.

Heavy armor will slow down mana regeneration.

As of Early Access v0.8.3 heavy armor made of Chain or Scale suffers a lower agility penalty but has less defensive rating than Plate, as well as have significant aesthetic differences.

Armor Slot Prefix Armor Rating Weight Agility Penalty
Chain helm Head Iron 25 5 1
Copper
Bronze
Steel
Obsidian
Chain Leggings Legs Iron 20 7
Copper
Bronze
Steel
Obsidian
Chain Tunic Chest Iron 25 10
Copper
Bronze
Steel
Obsidian
Scale Helm Head Iron 25 5 2
Copper
Bronze
Steel
Obsidian
Scale Leggings Legs Iron 20 7
Copper
Bronze
Steel
Obsidian
Scale Tunic Chest Iron 25 10
Copper
Bronze
Steel
Obsidian
Full Plate Helm Head Iron 25 5 3
Copper
Bronze
Steel
Obsidian
Full Plate Leggings Legs Iron 20 7
Copper
Bronze
Steel
Obsidian
Full Plate Tunic Chest Iron 25 10
Copper
Bronze
Steel
Obsidian


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