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Regarding Shield Materials


ruggbean
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In the 1.17.0 update news, there was a note that mentioned:

  • Shield durability is now dynamically determined based on the materials used: hardwoods and stronger metals add durability to the base durability value

As far as I can see, however, there isn't anything that quickly denotes what is a hardwood and what is a softwood. I think that the Storable In/On is a great idea for their respective items, and I think that it would be great for identifying woods as well. 

I think that it could be done one of two ways:

  1. In the entries about logs/planks, you could add an indent for wood type like so:
    Redwood Quarter Log
    Material: Wood
    Type: Softwood
    Burn Temperature: 800°C
    Burn Duration: 72s

    Board (Redwood)
    Type: Softwood
    Burn Temperature: 700°C
    Burn Duration: 6s

    ______________________________________________
     
  2. Redwood Quarter Log
    Material: Wood
    Burn Temperature: 800°C
    Burn Duration: 72s

    Obtained by breaking

    Ingredient for

    Wood type
    Softwood

Personally, I like the style of the first one more, but I think that it could be doable both ways.

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