Rules Regarding Armor
- 2.2.2 Armor is protective body covering, consisting of period materials.
- 3.3.1 Armor confers one additional hit to the Target Area covered by the Armor. Multiple pieces of Armor on the same Target Area only confer a single hit. A single piece of Armor covering multiple areas confer a hit on each Target Area covered.
- 3.3.2 Armor only protects areas covered.
- 3.3.3 Armor must be of a size to cover a significant portion (approximately one-third) of a Target Area. Armor extending continuously from another Target Area is not required to significantly cover neighboring Target Areas to count as Armor.
- 3.3.4 Weapons that strike both Armored and unarmored Target Areas are considered to have hit the unarmored Target Area.
- 3.3.5 The presence of Armor must be easily discernable to count as Armor.
Materials Allowed for Armor
- Leather that is at least 12 oz. (3/16" thick)
- Stainless Steel
- Modern Steel Alloys
Materials Not Allowed for Armor
- Pleather/Faux Leather/Fake Leather
Pieces of armor and their coverage
|Piece of armor||Covers|