Each kind of gear is worn on a specific location of a person's body. That location is determined by two things:
- The body part groups it covers.
- The layer or layers it occupies. A layer basically says how far away from the body a piece of gear is worn.
Which body parts have which layers is shown in the table on the right; layers and body parts which are not currently used by gear were omitted.
You cannot wear two pieces of apparel with overlapping coverage in the same layer.
Items at each Location
- You can't wear pants as well as tribalwear, since both cover the "skin" layer and cover the legs.
- You can wear pants and a button-down shirt, since while they both use the "skin" layer they don't cover the same parts.
- You can wear pants and a duster, since while they both cover the legs pants use the "skin" layer while a duster uses the "outer" layer.