Wear Locations (Equipment)

The following are the valid wear locations for use with the 'wear' command.

belt finger neck body head
legs feet hands arms about
waist wrist primary hand secondary hand back
on belt both hands hair face ankle
left ear right ear forearms shoulder about throat

About:

Used for items that completely cover the body, such as robes or abas.

One possible.

About throat:

Used for items worn somewhat lower than the neck location, such as necklaces.

One possible.

Ankle:

Items worn around the ankle, such as anklets.

Two possible.

Arms:

These are items worn that cover the arms, such as sleeves.

One possible.

Back:

Worn across the back, like a pack, or a large weapon.

One possible.

Belt:

Belts are a fairly self-explanatory location. You can sheathe items if you are wearing one, and some items can be worn on the belt, such as belt packs. Note, you will not be able to sheathe something on a belt if you are wearing it on the waist, instead of belt, location. For more information on sheathing objects, see help sheathe.

One possible.

Body:

These are items worn that cover the torso, such as shirts and tunics.

One possible.

Both hands:

Some very large items may take two hands to hold. Note, if you are holding something in both hands, it occupies both the primary and secondary hands slots.

One possible.

Face:

Item covers the face, although this flag can also be used for things like noserings.

One possible.

Feet:

These are items worn that cover the feet, such as shoes or boots.

One possible.

Finger:

You have ten fingers, and can wear rings on each and every one. Note, there is no way to distinguish which finger you are wearing a ring on. If this matters to you, you can work around it by wearing/removing multiple rings.

Ten possible.

Forearms:

Items which occupy both forearms, such as a set of bracers.

One possible.

Hair:

These are items tucked in the wearer's hair, like flowers or ribbons.

One possible.

Hands:

These are items worn that cover (both) hands, such as gloves.

One possible.

Head:

These are items worn that cover the head, such as helmets or hats.

One possible.

Left ear:

Usually an earring.

One possible.

Legs:

These are items worn that cover the legs, such as pants, leggings, trousers, skirts, etc.

One possible.

Neck:

Around the neck.

One possible.

On belt:

Item is hung onto a belt, which you must be wearing.

Two possible.

Primary hand:

Usually this is a wielded weapon.

One possible.

Right ear:

Usually an earring.

One possible.

Secondary hand:

May hold a secondary weapon, or a held item, such as a light.

One possible.

Shoulder:

The shoulder location is regarded as being something balanced atop the shoulder. Like an epaulette. Or a parrot. It is not appropriate for a pack to be worn here, because you are not balancing it atop your shoulder.

Two possible.

Waist:

These are items worn which go around the waist, such as sashes or breechguards. Please see belt location as well.

One possible.

Wrist:

These are items worn on the wrist, such as bracelets or bracers.

Two possible.

See also:

wear, sheathe