|Armor||Helmet: +4 Armor|
Total: +26 Armor
|Armor toughness||+1 Armor Toughness per piece |
+4 Armor Toughness total
|Effect||Reflect double melee damage taken to attacker|
Take 50% more melee damage from attacker
|Other version information|
Fungal Armor is a counter-attacking armor.
Statistics[edit | edit source]
Fungal Armor is stronger than diamond armor in terms of strength, with slightly less Armor Toughness.
Full Set Bonus[edit | edit source]
If the player is damaged by a melee mob when a full set is worn, then damage that is 200% of what the melee mob's damage to the player was, will be inflicted onto the attacking melee mob. For example, a Case Construct that does 20 (×10) damage to the player normally would end up doing 40 (×20) damage to itself. The damage is based off the mob's base damage multiplied by two, unlike Subterranean Armor which is based off the amount of damage the player takes.
However, there is a drawback: the player will end up taking 50% more melee damage in the process. The Case Construct in the above example would end up doing 30 (×15) damage to the player instead of the usual 20 (×10) damage.
Repairing[edit | edit source]
The Fungal Armor can be repaired with the following methods:
- At an anvil, using Rosite Ingots.
- At a Mending Table, with Magic Mending Solution.
- Two damaged Fungal Armors can be crafted together.
Enchanting[edit | edit source]
Fungal Armor can be given all of the enchantments that armor in vanilla Minecraft can be given. It can be enchanted on an anvil, Infusion Table, or Divine Station, but cannot be enchanted on a vanilla enchantment table.
In this mod, the player can also put the Intervention enchantment on the armor.
Obtaining[edit | edit source]
The Fungal Armor can be obtained as a 1.66% drop chance from defeating a Fungock. Fungocks can drop multiple pieces of the armor at a time.
The player has to have hunter level 90 or higher in order to obtain the armor.