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How can I calculate how much damage I deal to an opponent? The Minecraft wiki shows damage taken when the opponent is hit with no armor.
But if my opponent has full iron, and I hit them with a diamond sword, is it possible to calculate how much damage they just took?

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The fun way to know it would be to go into creative mode, spawn a few volunteers, give them some armor, and science it out :)

The quick way to know it is to check the Wiki page on armor, and the part specific to Bedrock Edition.

According to those pages, each armor point reduces 4% of the damage taken. For a full, unenchanted set, that would be 80% less with diamond or netherite, 60% less with iron, 48% with chainmail, 44% with gold (huh, I thought it was better than iron but less durable!), and 28% less damage with leather.

If your diamond sword deals 8 damage points per hit, somebody wearing iron armor would take only 3.2 damage points, without any enchantments or critical hits.

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  • Nope. Golden armor is worse than iron. Quite a surprise to some of you. Don’t know why, but I’ll take it as I LOVE iron.
    – Ember
    Apr 13, 2021 at 0:20
  • Iron is what I wear until i have mending on my netherite
    – Firestryke
    Aug 16, 2021 at 21:46
  • I completely skip diamond
    – Firestryke
    Aug 16, 2021 at 21:46

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