To configure the FS3 armor types:
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Read How Armor Works to understand how the armor mechanic works in FS3.
You can define as many kinds of armor as you want. FS3 armor types have the following stats, explained below:
Police: description: Light ballistic vest. protection: Chest: 6 Abdomen: 5 defense: 0
The description is just ree-form text describing the armor. It’s best to use double quotes around it.
You can specify different protection values for different locations, making weak spots or skipping areas that are completely uncovered. For example, the simple kevlar vest shown in the example above protects the chest and abdomen but nowhere else. It protects the chest slightly more due to the heart-protector plate.
Armor can impact defense compared to an un-armored person. Clunky platemail might give a defense penalty, while agile power armor might give a defense bonus.
Like weapon specials, armor specials allow you to define ‘extras’ that can augment armor. Common specials might be helmets or shields.
Specials can provide a bonus or penalty (if the value is negative) to protection or defense. This value is added to the armor’s base value. In the examples below, a helmet provides armor to the head while a shield provides armor to the arm and a defense bonus.
Helmet: description: "A helmet" protection: Head: 4 Shield: description: "Simpler buckler." defense: 2 protection: Right Arm: 2
Vehicles can have armor. It works the same way as personal armor, but it is automatically ‘worn’ by the vehicle; you don’t have to use a separate command to apply it.