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[[File:LootVessel.png|thumbnail|A loot vessel in a surface ruin.]]
 
[[File:LootVessel.png|thumbnail|A loot vessel in a surface ruin.]]
  
'''Loot Vessels''' are found in most ruins. These containers provide resources when broken using an empty hand (or any tool).
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'''Loot Vessels''' are found in most ruins. These containers provide resources when broken using an empty hand or any tool. [[Classes|Malefactors]] have a 5% chance to drop the whole vessel instead. Some traders sell or buy whole loot vessels.
  
 
The currently defined loot vessel types contain items classified within their named group:  
 
The currently defined loot vessel types contain items classified within their named group:  
 
* "Seed": seeds for planting crops in [[farming]]
 
* "Seed": seeds for planting crops in [[farming]]
 
* "Farming": seeds for crops and [[farming]] tools   
 
* "Farming": seeds for crops and [[farming]] tools   
* "Food": consumable items (ex: grains, vegetables, and bread)
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* "Food": consumable items, for example grains, vegetables and bread
* "Forage" : resource items used in crafting (ex: clay, reeds, sticks)
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* "Forage" : [[Foraging|resource items]] used in crafting, for example clay, reeds and sticks  
* "Ore": ores or fuel items.
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* "Ore": ores or fuel items
* "Tool": tools, weapons or components.
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* "Tool": [[Tools and Weapons|tools]], weapons or components
  
  

Revision as of 17:07, 7 December 2020

File:LootVessel.png
A loot vessel in a surface ruin.

Loot Vessels are found in most ruins. These containers provide resources when broken using an empty hand or any tool. Malefactors have a 5% chance to drop the whole vessel instead. Some traders sell or buy whole loot vessels.

The currently defined loot vessel types contain items classified within their named group:

  • "Seed": seeds for planting crops in farming
  • "Farming": seeds for crops and farming tools
  • "Food": consumable items, for example grains, vegetables and bread
  • "Forage" : resource items used in crafting, for example clay, reeds and sticks
  • "Ore": ores or fuel items
  • "Tool": tools, weapons or components








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