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Armor determines how likely you are to be hit in combat. The player can wear one set of armor and, unlike [[weapon]]s, cannot have any in their inventory. Armor has durability that decreases with use which, once it drops low enough, will cause the armor to break. Armor can also be broken by [[Slimes]] or [[Rust]] monsters.
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Armor determines how likely you are to be hit in combat. The player can wear one set of armor and, unlike [[Weapons|weapon]]s, cannot have any in their inventory. Armor has durability that decreases with use which, once it drops low enough, will cause the armor to break. Armor can also be broken by [[Slimes]] or [[Rust]] monsters.
 
==Armor Class==
 
==Armor Class==
 
Each armor has its own defence rating
 
Each armor has its own defence rating

Revision as of 06:42, 22 March 2019

Armor determines how likely you are to be hit in combat. The player can wear one set of armor and, unlike weapons, cannot have any in their inventory. Armor has durability that decreases with use which, once it drops low enough, will cause the armor to break. Armor can also be broken by Slimes or Rust monsters.

Armor Class

Each armor has its own defence rating

Armor AC
Nude (no armor) 0
Cloth 3
Padded 6
Leather 10
Studded 13
Ring Mail 17
Scale M. 20
Chain M. 25
Splint M. 30
Plate M. 33
Full Plate 35
Bones * 10
Thick Skin * 13
Transparency * 30
Fur * 6
Thick Fur * 15
Scales * 27
Magic Robe * 25
Hard Bark * 23
Slime Coating *

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Footnote *: These armors are used by enemies and cannot be obtained by the player through normal means.

+X Bonus

An armor with a +X bonus (e.g. Full Plate +3) adds X*4 to its armor class.