War veil

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War veil

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A war veil, made out of reinforced cloth torn to appear damaged in combat. Some believe this functions as a talisman of courage.


Type
GearArmor
HP
100
Work To Make
24
Market Value
54 Silver.png
Mass
0.08 kg
Insulation - Cold
0.05°C
Insulation - Heat
0.05°C
Armor - Blunt
20%
Armor - Sharp
20%
Armor - Heat
20%
Buy
Cloth 20


Summary

Overview & Obtaining

The war veil is a tribal clothing item. When worn, it provides minor protection for the head, as well as increases pain threshold, allowing its wearer to take more damage before crumpling.

Crafting

War veils can only be made by tribal factions. They're crafted using 20 of any fabric and 24 work at a crafting spot or tailoring benches.

Comparison

War veils don't increase the pain shock threshold as much as war masks, and offer less armor when crafted with anything other than devilstrand, synthread, or hyperweave, all of which are costly to obtain.

In biomes where wood is easily accessible, war veils can be useful early on. But war masks are generally better at providing a quick bit of early game protection for tribal factions.

Insulation Information

A war veil offers a trivial amount of insulation from cold (5%), and a trivial amount of insulation from heat (5%). The exact insulation in-game depends on the textile used and the quality of the crafted item. Assuming normal quality, a war veil offers:

Keeps Cool
Maximum
Fabric Alpaca wool +0.8°C
Camelhair +1.3°C
Cloth +0.9°C
Devilstrand +1.2°C
Hyperweave +1.3°C
Megasloth wool +0.6°C
Muffalo wool +0.6°C
Synthread +1.1°C
Leather Bearskin +1°C
Birdskin +0.5°C
Bluefur +0.8°C
Camelhide +1.2°C
Chinchilla fur +0.8°C
Dog leather +0.8°C
Elephant leather +0.6°C
Foxfur +0.8°C
Heavy fur +0.7°C
Human leather +0.6°C
Lightleather +0.6°C
Lizardskin +0.6°C
Panthera fur +1.2°C
Patchleather +0.45°C
Plainleather +0.8°C
Rhinoceros leather +0.7°C
Thrumbofur +1.1°C
Wolfskin +0.8°C
Keeps Warm
Minimum
Fabric Alpaca wool −1.4°C
Camelhair −0.9°C
Cloth −0.9°C
Devilstrand −1°C
Hyperweave −1.3°C
Megasloth wool −1.7°C
Muffalo wool −1.5°C
Synthread −1.1°C
Leather Bearskin −1°C
Birdskin −0.5°C
Bluefur −1°C
Camelhide −0.8°C
Chinchilla fur −1.5°C
Dog leather −0.7°C
Elephant leather −0.7°C
Foxfur −1°C
Heavy fur −1.5°C
Human leather −0.6°C
Lightleather −0.6°C
Lizardskin −0.6°C
Panthera fur −0.8°C
Patchleather −0.45°C
Plainleather −0.8°C
Rhinoceros leather −0.7°C
Thrumbofur −1.7°C
Wolfskin −1.2°C