Light armour is, of course, a relatively light and cheap type of armour. Though not as light and cheap as clothes, they give more than double the Armour bonus. They are the heaviest type of armor that uses thread, and make an excellent early-game or mass-production armour option.
Light armour occupies the Armour equipment slot.
All Light armour gives Armour; the quality of the materials determines how much. Many also grant a second or even third attribute bonus. Both the primary and secondary materials used affect what additional attributes the item gives. Using gems as the secondary material adds a random attribute bonus.
Base Recipe Edit
List of Light Armours Edit
Best examples, based on Armour and sorted by Armour|Weight. For full list of recipies please consult dedicated articles or this spreadsheet .
|Dragon Scale Armour||16||+2 Leech||44||396||17|
|Nature's Skin||13||+1 Leech||44||356||16|
|Scaled Coat||13||+1 Leech, +1 Shielding||50||348||16|
|Silky Vest||12||+1 Leech||28||380||16|
|Heavy Fur Brigandine||12||+1 Leech, +1 Dexterity||68||294||14|
|Smith's Apron||11||+1 Leech, +1 Dexterity||56||234||11|
|Quilted Cloth||10||+1 Leech||36||228||10|
Maximum attribute bonuses Edit
Random bonuses from gems are also applicable.
|Attribute||Item||Primary Material||Secondary Material|
|+2 Dexterity||Heavy Fur Brigandine|
|+2 Dexterity||Smith's Apron|
|+2 Leech||Dragon Scale Armour|
|+2 Shielding||Scaled Coat|