|Precise dimensions||10/12 x 8/12|
|Thaums/sec||10 stable / 13 talisman / 20 max|
|Vs sharp||31 - 33 extremely good|
|Vs pierce||23 - 26 good|
|Vs blunt||19 - 22 average|
|AC enchanted up to 50% (10 thaums/sec)|
|Vs sharp||57 - 60 extremely good|
|Vs blunt||39 - 43 average|
|Vs pierce||45 - 49 good|
|AC enchanted up to 65% (13 thaums/sec)|
|Vs sharp||64 - 67 extremely good|
|Vs blunt||44 - 49 average|
|Vs pierce||51 - 56 good|
|AC enchanted to max (20 thaums/sec)|
|Vs sharp||82 - 86 extremely good|
|Vs blunt||58 - 64 average|
|Vs pierce||66 - 72 good|
The miner's helmet has a candle attached which makes it a light source.
This is a miner's helmet with a shielded candle cleverly attached to it. The candle is not lit.
This is a miner's helmet with a shielded candle cleverly attached to it. The candle is burning with a steady yellow light.
When burnt out:
This is a miner's helmet with a shielded candle cleverly attached to it. The candle is not lit, which is not surprising, since there is nothing left but a charred piece of the wick.
The miner's helmet (lit) is about nine inches long and about nine inches wide. It is made of iron and could be worn as armour.
When lit, it produces quite a bit of light. It will burn for an hour before the candle it comes with burns out.
You can "replace candle" to put a new candle in the helmet, causing it to reset and once more have an hour's worth of light left (you need to have a candle in your inventory to do this). Note that the helmet isn't a container that can hold candles--you're essentially "feeding" the candle to the helmet. You can't remove candles from the helmet, you don't get a used candle back when you replace it, and the amount of time the candle itself would burn appears not to affect the amount of time the helmet will burn.