(Suggested on Discord, making a thread for broader discussion) With the new crafting system implemented, I feel like the craftable equipment lack diversity. I don't mean the stats, but the appearance of the armor. So I propose adding a coloring system to armor specifically. Here's how it works: New ingredient: Fabric This would be the ingredient to allow coloring on the armor piece, in an expense of lowering the durability and using up a slot. Applying this ingredient will change the armor material to leather in white color, meaning this armor is dyeable. The fabric has different tiers, represented by the crafting level in 10 levels increments. Each tier would allow 1 additional coloring slot, topping at 8 dyes (Crafting Level 70). This ingredient can be purchased from Mask Merchant, or as a drop from silk-spitting monsters. New ingredient: Flower Since dyes are used as powders, I propose a more natural way to obtain dyes, which is picking flowers, either by picking up flowers as items (Purple Crystal in Excavation Site B), killing a passive mob (Lonely Rose near Detlas), or literally picking them (gathering). Calling this an "ingredient" is a bit inappropriate, as you can't add it to ingredient slots, so this item should just be "Misc item", like Dark Aura. Applying the color This would be in a similar fashion to breeding horses, which is placing the armor piece and the dye into the 2x2 crafting slot. If the dyeing capacity is full or the armor is undyeable, it would simply not show anything. Removing the color This would also be similar to Vanilla Minecraft, by washing them in cauldron filled with water. However, each washing will remove 1 dye slot, and when all slots are removed, it will revert back to the original material. What would ultimately look like (in my head) Players would finally be able to create armors that suit their fighting style and element. A fire mage can make his armor orange and red so he looks like a candle. Want to be Darth Vader? Full black it is. It wouldn't just be iron and diamond anymore. It would look a lot more like a fantasy world with colorful armor.