Want to play Minecraft with a bit more strategy? Tired of getting a full set of diamond armour and becoming invincible? This module causes each worn armour piece to add to your weight and affecting you with Slowness I to III depending on total weight! A full set of leather armour will allow you to move at normal speed, so choose the best armour for a situation!
Each type of each armour piece has been assigned a weight. The total weights are added up and a slowness effect is applied based on threshold. These weights are based on the in-game tier of the armour, not on their real-world weight.
Weight Info (1.8) Edit
|Leather Boots||1||Chainmail Chestplate||5|
|Chainmail Boots||2||Golden Leggings||5|
|Leather Helmet||2||Diamond Boots||5|
|Chainmail Helmet||3||Iron Helmet||5|
|Golden Boots||3||Golden Chestplate||6|
|Leather Leggings||3||Diamond Helmet||6|
|Chainmail Leggings||4||Iron Leggings||6|
|Golden Helmet||4||Diamond Leggings||7|
|Iron Boots||4||Iron Chestplate||7|
|Leather Chestplate||4||Diamond Chestplate||8|
The total weight effects how much Slowness the player gets.
The biggest weight - 26 - is the only way to get the Slowness III effect and can only be reached by wearing full diamond armour. You can wear a full set of leather armour (totalling a weight of 10) without receiving a slowness effect.
Weight Info (1.9) Edit
The same applies for 1.9 as above, however weight is now calculated from your armour points, meaning that as your armour becomes more damaged (hence making you weaker) it also makes you faster.
Technical Details Edit
|Clock type||1) Hopper Clock|
|Clock speed||1) 1.43Hz (Once every 14 ticks)|
|Commands per pulse||1) 27|
|Nested commands per pulse||1) 0|
Command Overview Edit
An overview of all commands used in this module can be found in a plain text file. You can download the file here and open it with a text editor.
Scoreboard Objectives Edit
|weight||The weight-value of all armour the player wears.|
See More Edit
|7 Mar 2014||1.0||Released Weighted Armour|
|20 Jan 2016||2.0||Module made to fit 1.9 standards, and heavily compactified.|
|10 Jun 2016||2.2||Updated to 1.12|