SamirA wrote:Haha, bethstapo.Tarius wrote:This is entirely a matter of the Bethstapo that will burst in, yell STOP RIGHT THERE, CRIMINAL SCUM, and C&D us to death if we violate copyright.
Praedator wrote:Why would guard armor be so low in AR? Compared to the others its the worst...
Colovian Prince armor is named because it is taken from a piece of concept art from the PGE that is called colovian prince.
Worsas wrote:Praedator wrote:Why would guard armor be so low in AR? Compared to the others its the worst...
I have taken orientation on the legion armors. I assume the guard armor is not made of something better than steel and it visually appears to be of lighter construction (despite featuring a breastplate, I would either treat it as medium or light armor). We could have it at 14 AR, which would put it exactly between the much broader legion steel armor and the legion chainmail.Colovian Prince armor is named because it is taken from a piece of concept art from the PGE that is called colovian prince.
It is an armor that could be worn by almost anyone, though, as it is not particularly ornate nor elegant in design.
In fact this armor could be made more valuable, but would still be worn by other people but nobles, I imagine. Except we decide to give this armor a specific function as noble armor. Then we could call it Colovian Noble Armor.
Worsas wrote:I'm done with all ingredient models and icons now. But I still need input on the magical effects of Blood Lilly, Trinity Fruit and Thungleweed.
One thing if possible, which possibly should have been mentioned earlier. It would be nice if any foods we have, have a small but very long lasting effect. The idea that eating and gaining a small amount of fatigue or whatever instantly is kinda dumb and it would be much much better if they effect lasted for a while because thats what would actually happen.
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