Reagents and Sustenance

Food and Reagents are assumed to be at Boring or Poor quality unless stated otherwise. To raise the quality of an item see Item Quality. Generally speaking, you need to eat about 5 pounds of food and have at least a gallon of water on you if you want to keep alive.

Item Price Weight Description
Bread 5cp 2 lbs Bread, rough, grainy and easy to keep provided it doesn’t get moist.
Butter 6cp 1 lb Made from milk, generally used by bakers, can make bread taste better.
Cheese 10cp 1 lb A wheel of cheese, 10 copper per pound. Keeps long, tastes good.
Fruits 15cp 1 lb A basic piece of fruit, somewhat of a luxury item. Tastes good, spoils quickly.
Foraged Meal N/A 2 lbs A foraged meal, likely hardy nuts and leafy greens.
Grain 30 cp 15 lb A bag of feed for animals or poor men. Little taste.
Fish 5cp 3 lbs A large, river or sea fish caught and useful for a meal.
Fowl 6cp 5 lbs A waterfowl, chicken, or brush bird.
Hare 30cp 10 lbs A rabbit, useful for stews.
Pig 5sp 30 lbs Pork from a boar, can feed many.
Vegetables 2cp .5 lb A hard vegetable, likely tubers. Keeps decent.
Venison 5sp 90 lbs An entire deer’s worth of meat.

Reagents
Currently Known: None.

Reagents and Sustenance

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