Take off

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Take off, shift + t, is a command used to take off worn armor and shields. Items of armor that layer over the torso must be taken off in an 'outer-to-inner' fashion: cloaks, then body armor, then shirts. Cursed armor cannot be removed with this command. Wearing and removing armor takes some time; the number of turns depends on the type of item. See the armor table for the number of turns required to unequip an item. You will stop taking off items if a suitable event would interrupt you, such as a monster entering your field of vision.

shift + a can be used to take off multiple pieces of armor with one command; it is equivalent to using shift + t several times in a row. If you take off more than one item with this command, you get the message "You finish disrobing." The shift + a command takes fewer turns than shift + t if removing armor from under a cloak or a shirt from under armor / a cloak.

To take off accessories such as rings or amulets, use shift + r to remove the item.

Paranoid remove

Normally, pressing shift + t when you have only one piece of armor equipped will remove it without prompting. If you have the paranoid quit patch (as NAO does), and the option paranoid_remove is set, you will always be prompted.

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