Skill

Banking Fire

Quenching

TYPE: Skill

DESCRIPTION:
When you want to put out a fire before it burns out naturally, you need to quench it with water.

COST: 100 LP

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Reaming

TYPE: Skill
SUBTYPE: Tool Improvement

Tapping Trees

TYPE: Skill
SUBTYPE: Resoure Gathering

Pecking Rocks

TYPE: Skill
SUBTYPE: Material Processing

DESCRIPTION:
To make primitive stone tools, they need to be shaped. One of the simplest ways to do this is to hit it with other rocks to take small chunks out.

COST: 100 LP

Scraping Wood

Retting

TYPE: Skill
SUBTYPE: Material Processing

DESCRIPTION:
To make fibers softer and more pliable, the non-fibrous material should be rotted away. This is done using moisture. The main skill is knowing exactly when to stop the process, before the desired fibers start rotting away themselves.

COST: 100 LP

Fracturing Boulders

TYPE: Skill
SUBTYPE: Resource Gathering

DESCRIPTON
Getting usable rocks out of parent material is exteremly hard work. Any way you can use external energy helps. A simple way is to build a long, hot fire on or beside the parent rock, and then, after it is very hot, douse it with cool water to make it fracture.

COST: 100 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

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