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PS4 A question about Necro armor

Greybrynn

The Destroyer
Ok I get the set bonus and everything and I do get why if you wear the full set you make a skeleton sound, but I still don’t get why you do, cause when I’m wearing it and I keep getting hit, I hate not hearing the normal hurt sound, it very much makes me more aware that I’m hey than that skeleton noise, but anyways I’m going to get off of that amor soon because I just entered hardmode.... wish me luck..... I mean I’m dieng a lot..... I need more defense.... but still why does the necro amor make that noise, I would’ve gone for grim armor, but I had corruption instead...
 

RampageX

The Destroyer
Why do you make a skeleton sound when wearing the armor.... that’s what I said in it didn’t I?
Edit: skeleton sound when hurt...
Because they are made from skeletons and skulls via bones and cob webs. Shouldn't matter too much because your move from that armor pretty quickly.
 

qwerty3.14

Terrarian
I just entered hardmode.... wish me luck..... I mean I’m dieng a lot..... I need more defense.... but still why does the necro amor make that noise, I would’ve gone for grim armor, but I had corruption instead...
If you don't have access to titanium I'd actually recommend using palladium armor over admantite, it doesn't have as much defense but its regen more than makes up for it.
 
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