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Mini Zoo in Unreal World Finally after spending soo many winter, manage to capture a few animal in unreal world.

The ultimate animal in unreal world. It can destroy the puny fence easily.

Next challange, capturing a nperjez...

June 17, 2018, 11:05:26 AM
Re: Mini Zoo in Unreal World
This is awesome! How'd you do it? Feel like sharing?

For the bear part, he spawn just spawn beside my newly built cabin tiles.

Just simply throw  stone/rock to the bear to get him to follow you into the house.
Club him until unconscious while he in the house.
Deconstruct the door.
Kick his skull again.
Start to build the wall with windows.
Stop building every 30 minutes to 1 hour to kick/punch the bear skull to make sure he dont wake up.
Voila, you now have a bear in the house.

But sadly, the bear will be despawn/dissppear after some times when his timer expired.
Strangely, the bird never get despawn, maybe its located in the village instead of the wilderness settlement.

I even got lucky enough to capture a Npez Maiden in her village. She seem to be ok. Never get despawn.

June 18, 2018, 12:12:40 PM
Re: Mini Zoo in Unreal World
you don't plan to breed that njerp do you?

wouls seriously consider that to prevent extinction. she the last njerp alive in the village.
once she is dead there will be no more njerp on the map except those randomly spawn warrior wandering on the map.

June 23, 2018, 07:43:30 PM
Re: Mini Zoo in Unreal World Mini zoo Improvement

This is how I "capture" those animal.

June 27, 2018, 05:01:07 PM
Re: Modding in valuable metals (Gold, Silver, Copper) for trade. There videos on youtube from "Thegn Thrand" for sure on testing bronze weapons. There may also be some from Schollagladitoria and Shadiversity.

Bronze can get a sharp edge yet the edge on the softer metal is more frail. Since it doesn't need to be heated as high to smith bronze weapons also tend to bend during the impact levels of combat.

UrW deals with weapon breakage by reducing quality factors of weapons.

We dont have a way of, afaik, to tell the game to accelerate the rate of decay of the weapon. For example parrying with a bronze sword vs an iron Nerjpez scimitar is going to wear out the bronze faster.

I would therefore suggest considering giving bronze weapons either or both:
- a penalty to crafting so they tend to come out "rough" and thus closer to broken
- reduced weapon impact stats,  1 -2 points off to estimate the average reduced state


There was overlaps of iron and bronze. At that time the availability and skills in iron were rare. In UrW the iron availability is very much there.


In terms of making the bronze with its lower heating points you may consider leaving out the bloomery. You could check on bronze making to see if they needed charcoal with its higher burns or if they could use just wood. Likewie with a bellows.

Copper smelting may have been discovered from large and long lasting hearth fires (cooking and heating a home) being able to melt the green copper out of malachite rocks.


Remember that Bronze needs copper and tin. So you should source in tin somehow.

January 22, 2019, 10:10:02 PM
Re: course reward I always choose attributes, though sometimes I make an archive save before finishing to be able to choose spells, for testing. But for continued play it's attributes.

Attributes generally are most important when creating the character (they govern how much initial skill will be), but some affect it all the time or during special events:

Endurance decreases penalty for encumbrance (and thus indirectly increases Mobility, and most if not all skills), it is also tested for shock (when you lose consciousness from heavy injuries). It's probably tested during swimming trouble (for drowning), though admittedly if this happens you're almost certain dead anyway.

Dexterity is tested with fumble tests (when you fight and drop your weapon it was a failed DEX test, in addition to failure in an attack/defence skill)

Agility is tested with stumble test (when you fight and trip over you failed AGL test)

Speed you mentioned, it increases Mobility directly

Touch is tested when eating for some reason (maybe how long it will take), it's also tested when performing crafting, at the start. It is actually tested when performing item related functions like shootin from bow or felling a tree, but I don't know it this is only to determine if you gain a skill point, or maybe if you don't drop a weapon or axe (something similar to fumble test but not in fight, but that's my speculation).

Eyesight is tested when on overland map, to notice animals and people (it is actually tested more if there are more tiles seen), maybe also when noticing tracks without explicitly involving tracking skill, but I'm not sure on this one.

Hearing is tested when on zoomed in map, for example when tracking unseen animal.

Smell probably too, though I'm not sure how important it is, I SUPPOSE you may detect the readiness of food from further distance with higher smell, but I'm not sure at all.

Also some attributes (probably Endurance, but maybe combination) are tested under certain conditions when deciding sickness or sickness level: for example flu or nausea. When I got influenza TWICE during my first summer, despite being decently clothed and warm, I'm sure it was a failed attribute test, END most probably.

Attributes also govern skill affinity (the asterisks to the right of skill), the higher affinity the easier it is to gain a skill after performing a task. I haven't noticed that affinity changes  when attributes increase though, so maybe it is set only in the beginning. The "resolution" of affinity is too small to be certain.

January 29, 2019, 07:53:58 PM
Re: Persistent injury effect on speed? Okay, it took a while to figure this out but it must be the winter decreasing the mobility.
It is intended that walking in the snow (unless skiing) is slower , but it appears that the mobility meter doesn't really take into account the snow depth here - as you are indoors.

If my theory proves right, then there's something to fix in regards to wintertime walking in the snow mobility checks.

February 28, 2019, 02:47:11 PM
Cheat Engine Update I'm not sure if this is the right subforum; apologies if not.

I've been away from the game for a while (last posted for 3.30, I think). I've updated the cheat engine file with some things that were missing from the other 3.52 file I found.  (also attached here)

* Starting Skill Points
* Starting Map Location (if you want to pinpoint your starting location)
* Character name, title, gender, portrait, culture
* Attributes of course
* Skills of course
* Thirst, Nutrition, Fullness, Vigour, Fatigue, Body Temperature, Carry Weight, Weight, Injury %
* Inventory Quantities (need at least one of the item in your inventory first)

Unfortunately I was unable to determine the new method by which known rituals are stored. It was changed significantly. Somewhere between 3.30 and now.

June 26, 2019, 06:04:23 PM
Thanks for 3.60 Beta Taking a pause from all the question and suggestion posts I'm making in regards to the 3.60 Beta changes to say:

Thank you.



Saami and Erkka have continued to keep the game going. It is a lot of fun. Long timers and modders like myself are among the "questions show interest" type of people. I'm on the grindstone to update the large BAC (Brygun and community) mod to better integrate. I'm doing it because I support the game and the community. I didn't want that to be lost in all the questions and suggestions.



September 17, 2019, 10:23:44 PM
Re: Thanks for 3.60 Beta Thanks. Kiitos.
You're welcome. Olkaa hyvät.
At your service. Palveluksessanne.

Let's continue. Jatketaan.


September 18, 2019, 12:39:10 PM