|Game Modes||Only Survival Mode|
|Type of Items||Wearable Items|
Armor is a type of wearable items, that provides protection for the player from damage and hit from aggressive mobs.
As a Crafting RecipeEdit
Armor can be obtained by crafting only on Workbench.
There are 4 types of Armor: Leather, Iron, Gold and Diamond. The player can combine different pieces of Armor to create full set of Armor, for example, wear Iron Helmet, Diamond Chestplate, Leather Pants and Gold Boots.
Diamond Armor has the highest protection and defense points.
|Armor Set||Crafting Recipe||Defense Ponts|
|Helmet||1 Helmet == > 5|
|Chestplate||1 Chestplate ==> 8|
|Leggings||1 Leggings ==> 6|
|Boots||1 Boots ==> 4|
Whenever a piece of Armor absorbs damage for the player, the Armor itself is damaged, reducing its durability. After taking enough damage, the Armor piece is destroyed.
The player's current protection level is represented visually by the Armor meter, which located down after Hunger Bar, which contains 10 shield icons, that each represent 8% damage reduction. With all 10 shown full, the player has a total of 80% damage reduction. The defense points is affected by the particular pieces currently worn, as well as the type of the Armor.
When the player takes damage of sorts that is not affected by Armor (such as starvation, falling, poisoning etc.), Armor they are wearing does not take damage. Only direct attacks from mobs and direct hit with an pumpkin are reduced by armor and, consequently, damage the armor itself.
Defense points located down after Hunger Bar in the game screen in Survival Mode. Defense point reduces any damage to the player, which is absorbed by Armor with different levels of defense points, depending from the material.
Check defense points, which is absorbed by different types of Armor below.
|Type of Armor||Defense Points||Defense Ponts, %|
Thus, a full set of diamond armor gives 83.30% defense points, whereas a full set of leather armor gives 29.20% defense points.
The Armor can't protect the player from such damage as falling, poisoning etc., but all of these damage will not reduce the durability of Armor.
Check the amount of damage (hit) that each piece of Armor can endure below.
|Material/Piece of Armor||Helmet||Chestplate||Leggings||Boots|