|Armor||Helmet: +4 Armor|
Total: +24 Armor
|Armor toughness||+1 Armor Toughness per piece |
+4 Armor Toughness total
|Effect||Grants fire and lava immunity|
Above 50% HP: Melee attackers are set on fire
Below 50% HP: Increased melee damage
|Other version information|
Nethengeic Armor is an armor set from the the Nether.
Statistics[edit | edit source]
Nethengeic Armor is stronger than diamond armor in terms of strength, with slightly less Armor Toughness.
Full Set Bonus[edit | edit source]
When a full set is worn, the player will not take damage from fire or lava.
In addition to fire resistance, if the player's health is above 50% health, melee mobs that hit the player will be set on fire, taking 5 (×2.5) fire damage. And if the player's health is below 50%, the player is inflicted with Strength II. The player cannot have both effects at the same time, but will still have the fire resistance regardless of current hp, unless a piece of the armor is removed.
Repairing[edit | edit source]
The Nethengeic Armor can be repaired with the following methods:
- At an anvil, using Rosite Ingots.
- At a Mending Table, with Magic Mending Solution.
- Two damaged Nethengeic Armors can be crafted together.
Enchanting[edit | edit source]
Nethengeic 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]
Nethengeic Armor can be obtained as a drop from Nethengeic Beasts. Nethengeic Beasts have a 0.625% chance to drop a piece of the armor on death.
The player must have hunter level 65 or higher in order to obtain the armor.