Returns the equipped armor or shield of a spell target.
Whether to count shields as armor. (Default: FALSE)
This function is to be used within a spell script.
If the spell target is an item, the function checks whether the item is an armor (or a shield) and returns the item on a successful check. The item need not be equipped.
If the spell target is a creature, the function checks whether the creature has an armor (or a shield) equipped and returns any equipped armor (or shield).
If the targeted creature has no armor (or shield) equipped or the targeted item is not an armor (or shield), OBJECT_INVALID is returned.
If bAllowShields is TRUE, the function checks for armor or shields, otherwise it only checks for armor.
If a targeted creature has both armor and a shield equipped, the armor is returned.
This function only produces reliable results if called from a spell script.
It calls GetSpellTargetObject which only makes sense within a spell script.
This is an internal function. See the note near the top of #include index for more details.
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