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Block Armor Mod 1.18.1, 1.17.1 Adds Sets of Armor Made from Many Blocks in Game

Do you want to be able to wear armor made out of blocks from other mods? Block Armor Mod (1.18.1, 1.17.1) allows you to do just that! There are many different sets of armor available, each with their own stats and effects. The armor is also textured to support resource packs, so you can make it look exactly how you want it to!

How to install Block Armor Mod?

Download and install Minecraft Forge.

Download the latest Block Armor Mod version.

Put the .litemod file into the mods folder.

Done and enjoy the mod.

Features:

A wide variety of armor sets, with their own unique effects.

Armor can be enchanted to increase its rarity and strength.

Armor can be enchanted to increase its rarity and strength.

Armor cannot be damaged by falling or getting hit by a creeper or other mobs.

All armor has the same stats as iron armor: 3 hearts of damage, 4% chance of critical, 1/2 movement speed, and 0.5 chance of not taking fall damage when landing from a jump.

Armor can be dyed using an anvil or enchantment table in the crafting menu, but it will not have any changes in appearance until it is placed on a player’s back. This does not affect the enchantments applied to it at the time of crafting. Armor that has been dyed will retain its previous color when placed on a player’s back again, so you can use this feature to get past color restrictions for your skin or eyes without having to craft another set of armor! You can also use this feature to easily change the color or pattern of your armor using a crafting table, anvil, or enchantment table.

Armor is placed on the ground when worn by a player. If you want to place armor on something else, you can use a crafting table or anvil to enchant it before placing it on the ground.

Armor can be dyed using an anvil or enchantment table in the crafting menu, but it will not have any changes in appearance until it is placed on a player’s back. This does not affect the enchantments applied to it at the time of crafting. Armor that has been dyed will retain its previous color when placed on a player’s back again, so you can use this feature to get past color restrictions for your skin or eyes without having to craft another set of armor! You can also use this feature to easily change the color or pattern of your armor using a crafting table, anvil, or enchantment table.

Armor cannot be damaged by falling or getting hit by a creeper or other mobs.

Armor can be enchanted to increase its rarity and strength.

Armor can be enchanted to increase its rarity and strength.

Armor cannot be damaged by falling or getting hit by a creeper or other mobs.

All armor has the same stats as iron armor: 3 hearts of damage, 4% chance of critical, 1/2 movement speed, and 0.5 chance of not taking fall damage when landing from a jump.

Armor can be dyed using an anvil or enchantment table in the crafting menu, but it will not have any changes in appearance until it is placed on a player’s back. This does not affect the enchantments applied to it at the time of crafting. Armor that has been dyed will retain its previous color when placed on a player’s back again, so you can use this feature to get past color restrictions for your skin or eyes without having to craft another set of armor!

Screenshots:

Block Armor Mod Download:

Block Armor Mod For Minecraft 1.7.10:

 

Block Armor Mod For Minecraft 1.8.9:

 

Block Armor Mod For Minecraft 1.9.4:

 

Block Armor Mod For Minecraft 1.10.2:

 

Block Armor Mod For Minecraft 1.11:

 

Block Armor Mod For Minecraft 1.11.2:

 

Block Armor Mod For Minecraft 1.12.2, 1.12.1, 1.12:

 

Block Armor Mod For Minecraft 1.16.5:

 

Block Armor Mod For Minecraft 1.17.1:

 

Block Armor Mod For Minecraft 1.18.1:

FAQ

Q: Is there a way to remove the armor from a block without breaking it?

A: Yes, you can remove the armor from the block by using an anvil or enchantment table.

Q: I can’t place armor on a block. What is wrong?

A: Armor must be placed on the ground or worn by a player in order for it to work. Seeing as how armor does not exist in Minecraft, this is how its mechanics should work.

Q: How do I know if my armor has been enchanted? A: When you enchant a piece of armor, you will see your current enchantment level (or 0 if the item is unenchanted). You can also open your inventory and type /enchantment in order to see information about your current enchantment level.

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