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'''Loot Vessels''' are pottery containers found in most ruins. When broken, using an empty hand (or any tool) provide resources when broken.
 
'''Loot Vessels''' are pottery containers found in most ruins. When broken, using an empty hand (or any tool) provide resources when broken.
  
The currently defined loot vessel types are mostly self-explanatory and contain items classified within their named group:  
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The currently defined loot vessel types contain items classified within their named group:  
* "Seed": which may provide seeds for planting crops
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* "Seed": seeds for planting crops in [[farming]]
* "Farming": which may provide seeds for crops and farming tools   
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* "Farming": seeds for crops and [[farming]] tools   
* "Food": which may provide consumable items (ex: grains, vegetables, and bread)  
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* "Food": consumable items (ex: grains, vegetables, and bread)  
* "Forage" : which may provide resource items used in crafting (ex: clay, reeds, sticks)  
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* "Forage" : resource items used in crafting (ex: clay, reeds, sticks)  
* "Ore": which may provide ores or fuel items.
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* "Ore": ores or fuel items.
* "Tool": which may provide tools.
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* "Tool": tools, weapons or components.
  
  

Revision as of 03:23, 18 January 2020

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

Loot Vessels are pottery containers found in most ruins. When broken, using an empty hand (or any tool) provide resources when broken.

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 (ex: grains, vegetables, and bread)
  • "Forage" : resource items used in crafting (ex: clay, reeds, sticks)
  • "Ore": ores or fuel items.
  • "Tool": tools, weapons or components.








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