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Re: First Mod: Seafood Can't help with the question, but I'd just pop in to tell you that I think that was a really great idea for a mod, and well made :)
May 29, 2018, 10:29:00 AM
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Re: First Mod: Seafood As a Dane myself, I can concur that there is quite regional differences between Denmark and Finland as to what grows where. One of the plants I've added myself in my game, has been ramsons, which has a distinct flavor as a spice, since it tastes more or less like garlic.

One thing that always wondered me, and I have no clue about - wouldn't apples have been a natural plant in Finland at these times? As for what I could read, it's been very widespread in Europe even back then.

Very interesting topic by the way :)

May 30, 2018, 08:11:43 PM
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Re: does flour spoil?
ok, thanks. now i know i can safely process my grains when it snows :)

and i'm just testing what works and what doesnt work, i planted both last summer and got both as a result. i just dont want to waste my entire grain supply if it would rot away.

I always use the long winters to grind my grains, so no worries there :) They have never become spoiled in my games yet.

August 07, 2018, 08:28:02 PM
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Re: Paikku and the Robber's Cave (comic style adventure) I have no words .. what an amazing way to show and tell stories. Bravo! Huge fan.
September 02, 2018, 05:21:19 PM
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Re: All About Fishing
While I worked on a primitive fishing gorge mod for the game, I had the opportunity to ask Sami some questions.

Fishing rods and nets "can" target multiple fish of varied size.
Rocks (clubs), spears/javalins and (maybe) trident all target a single large fish.

Do you know, or have you experienced any difference between different objects of the same quality that aren't nets or fishing rods?

I do not know, things like rocks and stones as you know are decent quality 50~60%. a better quality jav etc. may more quickly catch a fish 'If" a fish is there to be caught. Though the fishing timer runs pretty fast for me to do compares.

As mentioned I did make a gorge, which was a rock in game, of high quality and it did seem to catch fish faster than with a rock. Coud just be my perception, not based on facts.

As Privateer says, I've also always been able to catch survivable amount of fish just by using a rock, however that have only been with Islander characters I've been playing with, who starts with a fairly high skill of fishing.

My best tip would be, to always make sure you perform rituals and sacrifices, when living off of fishing. The spirits certainly rewards the people who don't get too greedy.

October 10, 2018, 08:58:00 PM
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Re: Best way to preserve berries long-term ?
What's the best method of preserving berries for a long time, e.g. the autumn and winter until spring, other than just chucking them inside a cellar ? Can berries start to spoil or rot in a cellar ?

Thank you kindly for any and all advice.

Hi! :)

They will spoil in a cellar as well, yes, however, it will be at a slower pace. However, they will rot fairly quick and won't last you through a winter. You can however look through the mods forum, for various food mods. Some will give you the ability to dry berries, which have a longer spoilage period.

December 06, 2018, 06:15:30 PM
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