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I’m trying to make an elytra in Minecraft that is equal to a full set of netherite armor. My dilema is that I’m having trouble doing the math to calculate the level of protection that would be equal to a full set of netherite armor (protection 4 enchants included). If it makes the calculations any easier, the percentage of damage reduction of a full set of netherite armor is about 86%.

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  • Welcome to Arqade! You mean combining 4 pieces of full-enchanted Netherite armor to create an enchanted Elytra?
    – pinckerman
    Jan 2, 2023 at 2:51
  • No, i mean having an elytra that when worn is equal to the protection of a full set of netherite armor
    – Emmq34
    Jan 3, 2023 at 17:59
  • Can I ask what the purpose of this is? This is so I can refine my expectations of your intended goal before I answer.
    – Lexibutt
    Jan 4, 2023 at 7:13
  • I have a role play minecraft server where seeing a players skin is important. I want to be able to have netherite armor without actually wearing the entire set. I want it to just be on the elytra
    – Emmq34
    Jan 5, 2023 at 16:23
  • did the answer below help?
    – Aceplante
    Jan 6, 2023 at 17:07

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You should be able to use attributes to give elytra, when worn, the same stats as netherite armor, including armor points, knockback resistance, and toughness. I am not sure if protection works with elytra.

Applying this can either be done with a give command (something to the effect of):

/give @p elytra{AttributeModifiers:[{AttributeName:"generic.armor",Amount:8,Slot:chest,Name:"generic.armor",UUID:[I;-12301,33526,23730,-67052]},{AttributeName:"generic.armor_toughness",Amount:3,Slot:chest,Name:"generic.armor_toughness",UUID:[I;-12301,33626,23730,-67252]},{AttributeName:"generic.knockback_resistance",Amount:0.1,Slot:chest,Name:"generic.knockback_resistance",UUID:[I;-12301,33726,23730,-67452]}]}

for which I have found this site helpful: https://www.gamergeeks.net/apps/minecraft/give-command-generator (Note that, unlike on netherite armor, this seems to put KB resistance before toughness for some reason, despite being a smaller number)

or... a complicated datapack to test and /item modify it when worn

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