Elden Ring

Armor in ER

The 'Armor' page in ER provides information about the different pieces of armor available in the game. The armor is divided into four categories: headgear, chest armor, legs, and hands. Each category has its own section on the page, organized into tabs for easy navigation. The page uses Dynamic Page List (DPL) to display the armor information and ensure consistency across multiple pages. The DPL coding is kept on a separate subpage called 'Armor/DPL' to prevent accidental breaking. The page also has a link to the Russian version of the 'Armor' page.

What are the different pieces of armor in ER?

The different pieces of armor in ER are headgear, chest armor, legs, and hands.

How is the armor information organized on the page?

The armor information on the page is organized into separate sections for headgear, chest armor, hands, and legs. These sections are divided into tabs for easy navigation.

What is DPL?

DPL stands for Dynamic Page List. It is used to display the armor information on the 'Armor' page. The DPL coding is kept on a separate subpage called 'Armor/DPL' to prevent accidental breaking.

Why are there separate categories for the armor pieces?

The separate categories for the armor pieces are used to organize the armor information and ensure that it stays the same across multiple pages. This allows the information to be easily updated and referenced.

Is there a Russian version of the 'Armor' page?

Yes, there is a Russian version of the 'Armor' page. The English version of the page has a link to the Russian version for users who prefer to view the content in Russian.