Research:Stephan

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Warmth

The amount of warmth provided by various items. Since the amount of warmth provided by something can vary based on the ambient temperature, items should be tested in the same place--his shop.

The warmth levels are, in increasing order:

  • a bit
  • some
  • quite a lot
  • a lot
  • an enormous amount
Type of fur bodice boots bra cape cloak coat earmuffs gloves gown hat loincloth mittens panties skirt socks stole trousers
badger quite a lot quite a lot
beaver a lot quite a lot quite a lot some
black bear a lot quite a lot quite a lot
brown bear quite a lot quite a lot
deer a lot quite a lot quite a lot
fox quite a lot some some
hare some some
hubland bear quite a lot quite a lot quite a lot an enormous amount an enormous amount a lot a lot quite a lot an enormous amount quite a lot quite a lot quite a lot quite a lot quite a lot quite a lot quite a lot quite a lot
lemming quite a lot quite a lot
lion a lot quite a lot quite a lot
mink a lot a lot quite a lot
moose a lot a lot quite a lot
otter quite a lot some some a lot a lot quite a lot quite a lot some a lot quite a lot some some some quite a lot some some quite a lot
rabbit a bit some a bit some
reindeer a lot a lot quite a lot
sable quite a lot quite a lot
tiger quite a lot quite a lot
vermine quite a lot quite a lot
werewolf a lot a lot quite a lot
wolf a lot quite a lot quite a lot
yeti a lot a lot

Weight

Weights are for hubland bear fur items:

  • bodice: 1 1/9 lb
  • boots: 5/9 lb
  • bra: 3/9 lb
  • cape: 1 6/9 lb
  • cloak: 1 6/9 lb
  • coat: 1 6/9 lb
  • earmuffs: 5/9 lb
  • gloves: 5/9 lb
  • gown: 8/9 lb
  • hat: 5/9 lb
  • loincloth: 3/9 lb
  • mittens: 5/9 lb
  • panties: 3/9 lb
  • skirt: 8/9 lb
  • socks: 2/9 lb
  • stole: 5/9 lb
  • trousers: 1 1/9 lb

Weight doesn't seem affected by material, as hats of all materials were 5/9 lb.