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Users of ranged weaponry do not use plate armour. Instead they use leather of varying types. This page page serves as a guide to this armour, specifically as it applies to World 42 role-playing. Any valuable contributors are welcome to add, especially as new content or ideas come out in-game.

Softleather

Softleather armour is made from a simply tanned cowhide known (unsurprisingly) as softleather, or sometimes just leather.

Obtaining it

Any tanner can tan cowhide into leather, and any craftsperson worth their salt can make leather armour.

Hardleather

Hardleather armour is made from a tanned cowhide known (unsurprisingly) as hardleather. It is harder than its soft equivalant.

Obtaining it

Any tanner can tan cowhide into hardleather, and most craftspeople can make hardleather armour.

Studded Leather

Studded leather armour is softleather armour with studs added to it.

Obtaining it

To obtain this armour, one would have to find a smith to make the studs, and then a craftsperson to make the armour.

Frog-Leather

This is made from the skin of the giant frogs found under Lumbridge Swamp.

Obtaining it

It is made by the Dorgshunn, cave goblins who live under Lumbridge, and can be purchased from them.

Snakeskin Armour

This is made from the tanned skin of snakes.

Obtaining it

Snakes are found on Karamja, and a moderatly skilled tanner can tan their hides. A moderatly skilled craftsperson could then craft it into armour.

Green Dragonhide

This is made from the tanned skin of Green Dragons.

Obtaining it

Dragons are difficult to kill, so harvesting their skin can be difficult. After doing so, a moderatly skilled tanner can tan their hides. A moderatly skilled craftsperson could then craft it into armour.

Blue Dragonhide

This is made from the tanned skin of Blue Dragons.

Obtaining it

Dragons are difficult to kill, so harvesting their skin can be difficult. After doing so, a moderatly skilled tanner can tan their hides. A moderatly skilled craftsperson could then craft it into armour.

Blue Dragonhide

This is made from the tanned skin of Blue Dragons.

Obtaining it

Dragons are difficult to kill, so harvesting their skin can be difficult. After doing so, a moderatly skilled tanner can tan their hides. A quite skilled craftsperson could then craft it into armour.

Red Dragonhide

This is made from the tanned skin of Red Dragons.

Obtaining it

Dragons are difficult to kill, so harvesting their skin can be difficult. After doing so, a moderatly skilled tanner can tan their hides. A very skilled craftsperson could then craft it into armour.

Black Dragonhide

This is made from the tanned skin of Black Dragons.

Obtaining it

Dragons are difficult to kill, so harvesting their skin can be difficult. After doing so, a moderatly skilled tanner can tan their hides. An extremely skilled craftsperson could then craft it into armour.

Royal Dragonhide

This is made from the tanned skin of the Queen Black Dragon.

Obtaining it

To obtain a scrap of this hide, one would think it necessary to kill the one and only Queen Black Dragon; this assumption would, in fact, be incorrect. The Queen Black Dragon is in a decrepit state, with parasites known as grotworms eating away at her from the inside. if one were to kill a grotworm, there is a small chance that they may find a scrap of the queen's strong hide hidden away in the parasite's stomach. Alternatively, one may attempt to carve it from the Queen herself, but that would be suicidal.

Karil's Armour

Karil is one of the wights of eastern Morytania. He uses a crossbow.

Obtaining the armour

There is debate over whether the Barrows armour is unique in lore. If it is not however, one's character would have to obtain Barrows armour in the traditional manner, or find another character who has done so, and is willing to sell it.

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