Pestle

TYPE: Tool
SUBTYPE: Hand Tool
CATEGORY: Material Processing

DESCRIPTION:

REFERENCE:
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/people-and-culture/food/the-plate/201...

COST: 50 LP

Grinding Slab

TYPE: Tool
SUBTYPE: Hand Tools
CATEGORY: Material Processing

DESCRIPTION:

REFERENCE:
http://www.lithiccastinglab.com/gallery-pages/2014junegrindingstonespage...

COST: 50 LP

Resting

TYPE: Skill
SUBTYPE: Healing

DESCRIPTION:
You might think of resting as "doing nothing" and not requiring any skill, but you are actually trying to restore yourself when you rest. How fast you recover while resting depends on the comfortableness of your surroundings and your skill in resting.

COST: 1 LP

Lashing

TYPE: Skill
SUBTYPE: Constuction

DESCRIPTION:
When the materials you are working with are limited, the quickest and most versatile way to keep things together is to tie some kind of cordage around both. How well they stay together is very dependent on both the quality of the cordage and especially the skill of the person lashing them together.

COST: 20 LP

Forked Stick

TYPE: Tool

DESCRIPTION:
While one of the simplest tools, it is also one of the most versatile. It can be used as a weapon, holding a snake in place to cut off its head. Two of them are needed to make a cooking spit. And as a building material, it makes for much stronger connections. And all you need is to find a stick that branches at an angle and break or cut it down near the joint.

COST: 20 LP

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Snake

TYPE: Resource
SUBTYPE: Animal
CATEGORY: Reptile
SUBCATEGORY: Snake

OCCURRENCE::
None

DESCRIPTION:
Long, scaly reptiles with no legs.

COST: 0 LP

Sharpened Stick

KIND OF: Spear
TYPE: Tool
SUBTYPE: Weapon
CATEGORY: Stabbing

BREAKS INTO: Broken Stick

DESCRIPTION:
The simplest kind of weapon to make, just whittle down one end of a small branch to a sharp point. If the branch is not smooth, taking a little extra time to smooth down where you hold it will improve its efficacy.

COST: 10 LP

Tinder Bundle

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Fuel

DESCRIPTION:
The second step in creating a fire is growing an ember or spark into a flame. A bundle of material suitable for tinder, typically in the shape of a bird's nest, works well for catching sparks and provides a good amount of material to grow the flame. Finer tinder goes in the center, and the bundle should be loose enough to allow for good air flow.

REFERENCE:
https://www.artofmanliness.com/articles/make-tinder-bundle/

COST: 20 LP

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Spear

TYPE: Tool
SUBTYPE: Weapon
CATEGORY: Stabbing

DESCRIPTION:
One of the simplest weapons available. It has the advantage of being able to reach further than a knife, and being easier to craft than a knife, is not as much a loss if broken during combat or a hunt.

COST: 0 LP

Hazy Days

TYPE: Conditions
SUBTYPE: Weather

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