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Clothing

Armour and clothing provides protection from the cold and attacks. With better protection from cold a character will go from "sweating a lot" to "freezing" slower. The table below describes the protection provided by armour/clothing of various materials. Some clothing can be made from hides collected by the player, while others must be traded for.


Clothing table


Armour Coverage

The Armour Coverage Statistics screen is available through the shortcut [A] and shows how protected the player is against different types of attack, including temperature. Different types of clothing cover different parts of the body (some types of clothing overlap) and the coverage is based on the respective values in the tables below.

Different bodyparts armour can cover



Coverage of different clothes and armour
HEAD ARMS TORSO LEGS
Skull Face Neck Shoulders Upper arms Elbows Arms Hands Chest Waist Hips Groin Thighs Knees Shins Feet
Apron X X X X
Belt X X
Cap X
Cloak X X X X X X X
Coudes X
Cowl X X
Cowl, long X X X
Cuirass X X
Dress X X X X X X X X
Footrags X
Footwear X X
Forearm guards X
Habergeon X X X X X X
Hauberk X X X X X X
Hauberk, long X X X X X X X X
Helm X
Helm, spectacle X X
Hood X X X
Kneecops X
Leggings X X X X X
Mittens X
Mittens (+ forearm) X X
Necklace X
Overcoat X X X X X X X X X
Rerebraces X
Shirt X X X X X X
Shirt, long sleeves X X X X X X X X
Shin guards X
Shoes X
Shoes, laced X X
Socks X
Trousers X X X X X X
Tunic X X X X X X X
Undergarment X X X X X X X X X X X
Undershirt X X X X X X X X X
Veil X X
Skull Face Neck Shoulders Upper arms Elbows Arms Hands Chest Waist Hips Groin Thighs Knees Shins Feet
HEAD ARMS TORSO LEGS


Armor availability and weight
Birch Bark Linen Nettle Woolen Leather Fur Lamellar Mail Iron
Apron 3 3 4
Belt 1
Cap 0.9 1 1
Cloak 6 7 14
Coudes 2
Cowl 1 1 1 3
Cowl, long 5
Cuirass 4.5 15
Dress 4 5
Footrags 0.2 0.2
Footwear 2.8
Forearm guards 1.5 4
Gauntlets
Habergeon 22
Hauberk 35 29
Hauberk, long 30
Helm 3
Helm /w spectacle 3.5
Hood 1.1
Kneecops 2
Leggings 4 2.9 3.5 23
Mittens 0.2 3
Mittens (+ forearm) 1
Necklace 0.5
Overcoat 8 15
Rerebraces 5
Shirt 3 3 4 6
Shirt, long sleeves 7
Shin guards 3 9
Shoes 0.8 1.5
Shoes, laced 1.5
Socks 0.2
Trousers 4 4 6
Tunic 6 6 7
Undergarment 3 5
Undershirt 2.5 4
Veil 0.3 0.3
Birch Bark Linen Nettle Woolen Leather Fur Lamellar Mail Iron


Different types of fur as well as the clothings' current state of repair modify these values. The numerical values in the clothing tables below may be mapped to the following colour codes like this:

Colour Dark Red Light Red Orange Yellow Yellow/Green Light Green Dark Green
Value 1 2 3 4-5 6 7 8+

Although the color shows no different, higher value still provide better protection.

Material Defensive Value
Blunt Edge Point Tear Squeeze Warmth
Birch Bark 1 2 2 3 2 1
Linen - 2 1 2 - 3
Nettle - 2 1 2 - 3
Woolen 2 2 1 2 1 4
Fur, bear 4 3 3 4 3 4
Fur, beaver 3 2 1 2 1 2
Fur, generic 5 3 2 3 2 5
Fur, glutton 3 2 2 3 2 3
Fur, reindeer 4 3 2 4 3 5
Fur, seals 1 2 1 1 1 3
Fur, stag 4 3 2 4 3 5
Fur, wolf 3 2 2 3 1 3
Leather, generic 1 3 3 3 1 2
Iron 7 10 8 9 6 3
Lamellar 5 9 5 8 4 2
Mail 3 8 5 7 2 2

Clothing From Plant Fibers

Clothing made of nettle and linen are quite common and are found all over the Unreal World. Linen clothing offer some protection against the cold while also keeping you cool in hot weather. Birch-bark is less flexible than the other two and is thus used mainly for shoes, head-dresses and such. Birch-bark offers some protection against attacks but little against the cold.


Item Blunt Edge Point Tear Squeeze Warmth Weight Value
Birch-bark Cap 1 2 1 2 1 1 0.9 lbs. 8
Birch-bark Necklace 0.1 lbs. 8
Birch-bark Shoes 0.8 lbs. 16
Linen Apron 0 2 1 2 0 3 2 lbs. 72
Linen Cowl 1 lb. 16
Linen Dress 43.5 lbs. 128
Linen Footrags 0.2 lbs. 8
Linen Shirt 2.5 lbs. 80
Linen Trousers 3 lbs. 120
Linen Tunic 2.8 lbs. 96
Linen Undergarment 4 lbs. 144
Linen Undershirt 3 lbs. 112
Linen Veil 0.3 lbs. 16
Nettle Apron 0 2 1 2 0 3 2 lbs. 64
Nettle Cloak 6 lbs. 48
Nettle Cowl 1 lb. 16
Nettle Shirt 2.5 lbs. 72
Nettle Trousers 3 lbs. 112
Nettle Tunic 2.8 lbs. 88

Up-to-date as of version 3.40b3

Clothing From Animals

The warmth coverage of a Fur Shirt.

Fur clothing offers the best protection against the cold, with wool not far behind. The heavy fur garments also offer some protection against attacks. Leather is mostly used for shoes, boots and belts.


Item Blunt Edge Point Tear Squeeze Warmth Weight Value Valuein3.18 Value/lbs comments
Fur Cap 5 3 2 3 2 5 1 lb. 24 24/lbs
Fur Cloak 14 lbs. 240 224 16/lbs
Fur Footwear 2.8 lbs. 96 34.3/lbs
Fur Hood 1.07 lbs. 32 29.9/lbs
Fur Leggings 3.5 lbs. 104
Fur Mittens 1 lb. 24 20 20V/lbs 5Arrows
Fur Overcoat 15 lb. 304 ? ? ?
Fur Shirt 7 lbs. 160 144 20.57C/lbs cost36arrows
Leather Belt 1 3 3 3 1 2 0.33 lbs. 16
Leather Boots 3.2 lb. 56
Leather Cap 0.15 lb. 16
Leather Cuirass 4.5 lb. 80
Leather Forearm Guards 1.5 lb. 24
Leather Leggings 2.91 lbs. 96
Leather Shin Guards 3 lb. 48
Leather Shirt 6 lbs. 120
Leather Shoes 2 lbs. 40
Woollen Apron 2 2 1 2 1 4 3.5 lbs. 80
Woollen Cloak 6.5 lbs. 80
Woollen Cowl 1 lb. 16
Woollen Dress 6 lbs. 144
Woollen Footrags 0.2 lbs. 8
Woollen Leggings 3.5 lbs. 96
Woollen Mittens 0.2 lbs. 16
Woollen Overcoat 5.5 lbs. 136
Woollen Shirt 4 lbs. 88
Woollen Socks 0.2 lbs. 16
Woollen Trousers 5.5 lbs. 128
Woollen Tunic 5 lbs. 104
Woollen Undergarment 7 lbs. 160
Woollen Undershirt 5 lbs. 120
Woollen Veil 0.3 lbs. 16

Up-to-date as of version 3.40b3

Metal Armour

The main sources of metal armour are Foreign traders, warriors and stores (Driikiläiset v3.14, other cultures ?) as none of the local cultures in the Unreal World make these. Metal armour comes in three variants: Lamellar, iron and mail. Lamellar armor is the armor of choice of the Njerpez.

Item Blunt Edge Point Tear Squeeze Warmth Weight Value
Lamellar Cuirass 5 9 5 8 4 2 15 lbs. 2000
Lamellar Forearm Guards 4 lbs. 504
Lamellar Hauberk 35 lbs. 3040
Lamellar Rerebraces 5 lb. 600
Lamellar Shin Guards 9 lbs. 1280
Iron Coudes 7 10 8 9 6 2 2 lbs. 200
Iron Helm 3 lbs. 400
Iron Kneecops 2 lbs. 296
Iron Spectacle Helm 3.5 lbs. 520
Long Mail Cowl 2 8 5 7 2 2 5 lbs. 560
Long Mail Hauberk 30 lbs. 3600
Mail Habergeon 22 lbs. 2576
Mail Leggings 23 lbs. 2760
Mail Mittens 3 lbs. 320
Mail Cowl 3 lbs. 360
Mail Hauberk 25 lbs. 3400

Up-to date as of version 3.40b3

Ring armor is depreciated as of 3.20

some research on armor values http://z3.invisionfree.com/UrW_forum/index.php?showtopic=4296

Warmness

One of the best warmness clothes in the winter are the following:

maximized warmness example


Even if the temperature goes deep under zero you would feel hot. If you want to sweat a little bit try to wear an additional bear cloak.

The negatives you ask? Sure the weight and the visible gaps.

cheap+warm+light armor for starting hunters

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  • Buy a few fur-cloaks for 4 torches each to make the fur items.
  • Good Blunt for falling from trees, but not suitable for hunting agressive animals.

Additional information/Tips

Best armor Vs weight

The iron items weigh 38 lbs in full condition. However, they do not cover the shoulders, hands, hips, thighs, feet and groin. If you add the mail, ring and leather items for total coverage (cowl, mittens, gauntlets, leggings, maybe hauberk, laced shoes,maybe belt, maybe shirt) you are going for 90-100 lbs.

With heavy clothes, (woolen undershirt, undergarments, overcoat, tunic, bear fur coat and footwear etc) you can push 150 but the additional protection is barely noticeable at this point. 

Best protection for weight is iron great helm, long ring cowl, bear fur hood, shirt and leggings, mail mittens and ring gauntlets, iron coudes and kneecops, laced leather shoes and normal leather belt and linen undergarment (thighs are more important than arms, you can still run away with your arms badly hurt). Bear fur footwear, iron vambraces, linen cloak optional (depends on character weight, 260+ always wear the cloak and seriously consider the vambraces. Bear fur footwear can be replaced/supported with socks and/or footrags )

-from Nicool's Forum poste under 'Training Archery & Full suit of iron' jan 21,2014 http://z3.invisionfree.com/UrW_forum/index.php?showtopic=4501

See also