Izzy’s Hats – 1
A grab-bag collection of hats for cosmetic crates! Be the life of the party with 8 custom hats for your server!
There are 8 hats included in this first asset pack for you to use on servers, or for any other
purpose you might have. Scroll down for a more detailed look at all of them!
The Soldier’s Battle Helmet is a 1 size fits all combat helmet. Players with a PVP focus or someone who enjoys military simulators may enjoy this hat as a cosmetic.
“Worn by the Brave, the Bold, and the Dead. Salute the fallen, but don’t join them.”
The Clockwork Hat is a cybernetic steampunk attachment to the players head. People who like steampunk, robots, and industry may like this hat!
“Robots look so much cooler with exposed gears.”
The Angel’s Halo is an angelic symbol of beauty and grace. Paladins or Clerics may enjoy this cosmetic to show they’re good.
“A beacon of divinity. You are truly pure of heart. Guide the innocent to salvation.”
The fallen Angel’s Halo is a symbol of corruption and a perversion of divinity. While it may imply the wearer is evil, it could also be worn by an antihero.
“An icon of corruption. You’ve fallen from grace. Shout your nemesis’s name and swear revenge.”
The Enderman mask is a fun party favor! You can actually see the player’s face just barely through the eyes.
“A leathery black Enderman mask. Probably won’t fool the real thing.”
The Fez is a distinct piece of headwear that’s guaranteed to catch the eye.
“Notoriously cool, and remarkably familiar… hope you like higher dimensional geometry.”
These slick sunglasses block the sun and make you look like one cool dude. Great for walking away from explosions or sick one liners.
“A pair of pitch black shades. Prevents memory wiping… probably.”
This TV Head-Hat is an oddball among anyone’s collection. You can’t change the channel, but the static and the faint image of your beautiful face is pretty enough.
“A TV that you can wear! If only you could see what was on…”
Along with the project files, this pack also includes MMO Items support adding these in as skins so that you may configure them. They also have the quoted tidbits of suggested lore for you. MMO Items isn’t required however; these models are usable in any scenario you like, assuming you have the knowledge to implement them correctly. Instructions on how to summon the items are included in a text file in the package.