There are different armor sets in Grounded that will give you different bonuses other than defense. However, you will need to craft these shields using different materials that you can find in the game. One of the armor sets you can make is the Clover Armor, which is also the easiest.
In this guide, I’ll show you how you can make your own Clover Armor set.
How to get Clover Armor gear
The Grounded community agrees that the Clover Armor set is the easiest to obtain. After all, it was introduced very early in the game and doesn’t require a lot of stuff. Each piece of the Clover Armor set gives decent defense as well as resistance.
Not only that but each armor piece gives an additional bonus. The perks you can get from equipping armor are as follows:
- Fuller – reduces your hunger rate, allowing you to perform activities without feeling hungry for a long time. You can activate this feature by equipping one of the 3 pieces of armor in the set.
- Rejuvenation – As the name suggests, this allows you to rejuvenate your health over time. You can activate this by going the “Elegant” path when upgrading the shield.
- Hydrated – It reduces your thirst rate, allowing you to last for a long time without the need for water. This feature is activated once the entire Clover Armor set consisting of Hood, Poncho and Shin Guards is fully equipped.
However, in order to make a Clover Armor set, you will need a total of 13 Clover sheets, 6 raw rope and 2 springs. Next, simply craft the shield on your workbench. You can get Clover Leaf from the alfalfa plant found throughout the game.
In the meantime, you can get woven fibers from young green plants and twigs from plants in green grassy areas.
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