Material

Stick

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Wood
CATEGORY: Raw
SIZE: Medium Small

DEGRADES: 60 days
DEGRADES FROM: Moisture, Impact
DECAYS TO: Rotten Wood

DESCRIPTION:
Larger than a finger but smaller than a wrist, these pieces of wood can be used to make things. They can't withstand a lot of force,as they can fairly easily be broken by hand.

Wood Scraps

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Wood
CATEGORY: Scrap

DEGRADES: 1 month
DECAYS TO: Rotten Wood

DESCRIPTION:
Can be deliberately made, but more likely the result of processing wood or breaking a tool. No longer useful for making things that require structurual integrity, but still useful for burning.

COST: 10 LP

Grape Vine

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Cordage
CATEGORY: Raw

DESCRIPTION:
A fairly sturdy vine that is useful as soon as you pull the leaves off. Not very flexible but enough for weaving baskets and such.

Oat Straw

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Fiber

DESCRIPTION:
Not a sturdy form of plant fiber, makes very poor cordage, but fairly good for filling purposes, like bedding. Can be combined with mud to make a sturdy building material.

COST: 10 LP

Rotten Wood

TYPE: Materials
SUBTYPE: Wood
CATEGORY: Rotten

DEGRADES: 2 years
DECAYS TO: Organic Soil

DESCRIPTION:
The product of decay, almost never made intentionally. It is very hard to set on fire and produces lots of smoke when it eventually does burn (which can be useful for some situations). It will break down into soil that is rich in organic matter that is very good for growing things, but it takes a long time.

Branch

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Wood
CATEGORY: Raw
SIZE: Medium Large

DEGRADES: 90 days
DECAYS TO: Rotten Wood

DESCRIPTION:
As large a piece of wood as can be gathered without a cutting tool. Very solid if not rotten, useful for making other objects. Will burn long enough to cook a meal, but need a significant fire to start burning.

COST: 10 LP

Twig

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Wood
CATEGORY: Raw
SIZE: Small

DEGRADES: 30 days
DECAYS TO: Rotten Wood

DESCRIPTION:
The smallest piece of wood you can find, smaller than a finger. Burns easily (high efficacy) but quickly (low durability). Not useful for many things other than starting fires. Quality basically depends on how dry it is, which in turn depends on how green it is or how long it has had to rot.

COST: 10 LP

Oat Grains

TYPE: Material
SUBTYPE: Food
CATEGORY: Raw
SUBCATEGORY: Seed

DEGRADES: 1 month
DECAYS TO: Spoiled Food
DECAYS FROM: Moisture

DESCRIPTION:
The seeds as harvested from the oat plant. They are still viable to plant to grow more oats. Barely edible, the hulls greatly interfere with digestion. The hulls are very difficult to remove by hand; it is easier to crush the grains to get rolled oats and then separate out the hulls.

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