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Armor Underwear Mod [FORGE]

Description

What This Mod Does

The mod is primarily a utility for the Tough As Nails mod in Minecraft 1.12.2/1.18.2 or for the Survive mod in Minecraft 1.16.5/1.18.2: it lets you add (and remove) special liners to your existing armor -- underwear, for better temperature control. Basically you can add the cooling or heating attributes of each mod's builtin warm or cool armors without giving up any additional protection of your advanced or custom armor. If you've disabled TAN's or Survive's temperature feature, you don't really need this mod unless you're interested in the some of the specialty liners. For vanilla+ play, the Obsidian Wrap and Anti-Freeze liners are helpful for handling the nether and snowier-snow freezing.

The mod includes a few specialty liners that are useful in general; for example there are specialty liners that add a fire/burn shield to your armor and covers (overwear) that add camouflage.

Armor Underwear is designed and tested as a Vanilla++ mod, so whether the method it uses to install liners works on specialized armors (like those created with mods like Armor Plus or Silent's Gear) depends on how those armors work. Unless these mods have their own custom TAN/Survive integration, armor underwear should work OK once you've added their armor names to the mod's configuration or enabled integration for all types of armor.

Mod Requirements

Minecraft 1.18.2

Minecraft 1.16.4/5

Minecraft 1.12.2

Feature Summary [Tough As Nails]

  • Out-of-the-box the liners work with vanilla armor and TAN's armor. You can add any armor you want via the configuration file or data tags; examples are included in the initial generated file for you to follow.
  • There is a cooling liner and warming liner for every piece of standard armor: helmet, chestplate, leggings, and boots. Each liner adjusts your temperature by 1 like the TAN armor pieces do.  Simple liners can be stacked although this is rarely required as 1.18.2 TAN's temperature range is very very narrow (+/-1 moves from extreme to tolerable temperatures).
  • You can un-line your armor using Liner Snips. The snipped liner is returned to you for reuse later.
  • [Optional] Goo Paks are a carry item that lets you add small amounts of cooling or warming for a fixed amount of time. They're like the hand warmers or dampened neck gaiters you might use when going hiking in real life. Available by default in 1.18.2.
  • [Optional] Armor Underwear includes is trio of specialty liners called "Ozzy," "Ollie," and "Otto" that provide automatic temperature adjustment and protection even under harsh conditions.  When enabled, these items are craftable and can be found in loot chests (read each lining's tooltip for locations). Available by default in 1.18.2.

Feature Summary [Survive]

  • Out-of-the-box the liners work with vanilla armor and Survive's armor. You can add any armor you want via the configuration file; examples are included in the initial generated file for you to follow.
  • There is a cooling liner and warming liner for every piece of standard armor: helmet, chestplate, leggings, and boots. Each liner adjusts your core temperature ~.25-.28°C.  Simple liners can be stacked. A fully lined set of armor can shift your core temperature by 2-3°C.
  • You can apply linings to existing Survive mod armor as lining.
  • You can un-line your armor using Liner Snips. The snipped liner is returned to you for reuse later.
  • [Optional] Goo Paks are a carry item that lets you add ~.5°C cooling or warming for a fixed amount of time. They're like the hand warmers or dampened neck gaiters you might use when going hiking in real life. Only goo paks activated and held on your hotbar affect your body temperature. Enabled by default from 1.18.2.
  • [Optional] Armor Underwear includes is trio of specialty liners called "Ozzy," "Ollie," and "Otto" that provide automatic temperature adjustment and protection even under harsh conditions. When enabled, these items are craftable and can be found in loot chests (read each lining's tooltip for locations).

    Feature Summary [Cold Sweat]

    • There is no explicit support for Cold Sweat from Armor Underwear at this time. Out-of-the-box Cold Sweat comes with an excellent variety of builtin PvE mitigation measures that Armor Underwear really doesn't improve and in some case does a worse job due to not being part of the parent mod. If there is some additional feature you'd like to see in AUw related to Cold Sweat, use the github repository to post a feature request.

The Full User Guide [Tough As Nails, 1.12]

The mod's wiki has full documentation; use the quick-links below to get more details about crafting and attaching liners and other temperature-regulating items in the mod.

License

Modpack authors are free to use the Armor Underwear mod's binary distribution as downloaded from CurseForge with no additional permission required.