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ArmorModifier

Increase or reduce the armor of specific armor item types by a specified percentage

Last updated 11 months ago
Total downloads 6175
Total rating 1 
Categories Mods Tweaks Gear Server-side Client-side Hildir's Request Update Ashlands Update
Dependency string MainStreetGaming-ArmorModifier-1.0.1
Dependants 12 other packages depend on this package

This mod requires the following mods to function

denikson-BepInExPack_Valheim-5.4.2105 icon
denikson-BepInExPack_Valheim

BepInEx pack for Valheim. Preconfigured and includes unstripped Unity DLLs.

Preferred version: 5.4.2105
ValheimModding-Jotunn-2.12.7 icon
ValheimModding-Jotunn

Jötunn (/ˈjɔːtʊn/, 'giant'), the Valheim Library was created with the goal of making the lives of mod developers easier. It enables you to create mods for Valheim using an abstracted API so you can focus on the actual content creation.

Preferred version: 2.12.7

README

ArmorModifier by Main Street Gaming

Increases or reduces the armor value of specific armor item types by a specified percentage. It is intented for use with difficulty control mods such as CreatureLevelAndLootControl By Smoothbrain to allow for further difficulty balancing.

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How It Works

  • Increases or reduces the armor value of Helmet, Chest, Leg, and Shoulder (Cape) armor types by the specified percentage
  • Positive values (e.g. 100) increase the armor value
  • Negative values (up to -100) reduce the armor value
  • Edit MainStreetGaming.ArmorModifier.cfg to specify the HelmetModifier, ChestModifier, LegModifier, and CapeModifier values
  • The resulting Armor value will show up in-game when hovering the mouse over the armor item in the players inventory
  • The config settings are enforced by the server

Installation

r2Modman (recommended)

  1. Install r2modman
  2. Create a new profile
  3. Click the 'Online' button
  4. Search for 'ArmorModifier' and download
  5. Click 'Start Modded'

Manual

Copy the ArmorModifier.dll folder to <GameDirectory>/BepInEx/plugins.

Changelog:

v1.0.1

  • Updates for Hildir's Request

v1.0.0

  • Initial release