DarKube

Add wellingtons ?

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I would like to Hinterland to add wellingtons, their boots have a good windproof bonus and an extremely high waterproof bonus, the drawback is the reduction of the mobility and is that it is expensive to maintain.
Stats :

Temp_icon.png.4b87791b9d75cdc1891037f53f697046.png Warm bonus: 1C°
Windproofness_icon.png.083b2f0702b8df9f24513a37f11c7c69.png Windproof bonus: 2,5C°
Waterproofness_icon.png.3ce4ffefd2a35549b6ebaca0268ac916.png Waterproof bonus: 100%
Protection_icon.png.da5676d62a622f453a4cb81cc103904a.png Protection: 6%
Mobility_icon.png.0caf326634726a7caac1cd9ef1f17c63.png Mobility: -10%
Weight_icon.png.9518c721d984658e5f480e8c86a80bd2.png Weight: 1,5 kg

Carcass_harvesting_skill.png.402566f06f7cad4b6b8658f711d99bcf.pngIt is not harvestable.          Mending_skill.png.f70aab8f6204412da802e4fed73b9d96.pngRepair: Cured_leather_icon.png.1482abc9dfa396ecd5c13d8d508b2621.png1 cured leather, 50 min., 35%

Other ideas or precisions are welcome !

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I own a similar type of boot, they can be very well insulated and they work like no other for staying warm/dry.

Mobility definitely is an issue, as they are clumsy and always seemed to pull off my socks slightly which is annoying.

Leather wouldn't be a realistic repair,  but we are limited in what materials we can use to patch it ig.

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If they're rubber, they should be unrepairable. Or a new material should be added to the game: rubber.

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10 hours ago, TeflonGoon said:

If they're rubber, they should be unrepairable. Or a new material should be added to the game: rubber.

No, because as said it @MarrowStone, we are limited in what materials we can use to patch it in.

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12 hours ago, DarKube said:

No, because as said it @MarrowStone, we are limited in what materials we can use to patch it in.

Ok, I don't see patching a rubber boot with leather as being very effective. Then again, we're already patching wool sweaters with t-shirts, so c'est la vie.

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