[Suggestion] Caves or even every shelter should protect from desert heat
imo caves and other shelters should provide some lower temperature than standing in the sun.
so standing deep inside a dark cave at the border of the desert still has the same heat as standing in the middle of the desert in the hot sun, thats a bit off, especially since it doesnt work like in the arctic where when you freeze you find shelter and make a fire to heat up, in the desert you can only cool down when drinking or submerging in a lake and a shelter wont help. and during a weather event arround noon even that doesnt help, you search shelter in a cave and you still get overheating at 47c. and im not talking about wearing the right armor or countering hyperthermia with timed drinking during beeing overheated, it just shouldnt be that way that a deep dark cave has the same temperature as the outside has like it would make no difference where im at
Agreed. We were working in a large cave that spanned across both desert and winter biomes. We were having to constantly juggle between cloth and fur armors just to stay alive in there as the temperature fluctuated between 50c and -10c with just a few steps back and forth in the cave.
Not sure I agree with the shelters if they don't have an A/C, but certainly for the caves. Been in caves irl in deserts where the outside temp in the shade is above 90 and the cave is mid 70s near the entrance and even cooler further in. And stepping into water (or even more, swimming) should 100% protect from all heat issues even if the cave itself doesn't do more than drop the temp a few degrees.