v0.34 Talk:Clothing

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Is "bodywear" currently missing from Finished Goods=>Type stockpile? Or is "armor" used instead to mean "bodywear"? Versions 28 and 23 of this page seem to give more detailed overview of types of Clothing. unsigned comment by

It's actually located in the "Armor" stockpile category, in the left column (for example, all of the items listed under "Bodywear" in 23a are located in the Armor → Body category). --Lethosor (talk) 22:26, 19 June 2013 (UTC)

Armor and bad thoughts[edit]

I'm still using 34.07 so I can't confirm, but didn't Toady state for 34.11 that he "made armor stop lack of clothing thoughts" at http://www.bay12games.com/dwarves/index.html? The top of this page still says only "Clothing' stops nudity thoughts. Xen0n 17:27, 23 June 2012 (UTC)

It says that clothing prevents bad thoughts from nudity, it doesn't say that only clothing does that nor does it say that armor does not do that. I don't see anything that needs correcting there. -- HiEv 00:09, 25 June 2012 (UTC)
I can confirm that armor does prevent bad thoughts from nudity. Or, at least wearing armor plus a robe does. I will have to try getting rid of the robes and seeing what happens. I agree that if this is the case the page should be updated, as I also believed from reading the current page that at least some regular clothing was needed.--Pirate Bob 15:35, 8 January 2013 (UTC)

Bad thoughts from lack of headwear[edit]

I believe that if dwarves are not wearing a cap or helm they get the "was worried not to have adequate protection lately" thought. If this is true, it should definitely be listed here, and also probably added to the main Thought page. This thought is listed on DF2012:List_of_Dwarven_Thoughts, but I can't find anywhere that explains how it works. I will try to confirm the cause of this thought, and then add it (unless someone else can confirm it first). --Pirate Bob 15:35, 8 January 2013 (UTC)

It seems that headwear is not the cause of this thought. From Quietust "The "lack of protection" thought is normally only received by the Tax Collector when you don't have enough royal guards, but the DFHack 'siren' script uses it as a punishment for forcefully waking up your units...". I believe I used the "siren" when I got annoyed that my stupid broker was refusing to trade again, so that explains that. I guess headwear is not required at all?--Pirate Bob 16:05, 10 January 2013 (UTC)