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Hi, looking for information about brewing and beverage making for affinities. I know there’s a lot accounting for meals but would love to get my hands on info on making affinity booze and teas. Let me start off with the things I know: Aging Wine and Alcohol: Oak barrels give a small boost to aging distilled alcohol and wine. Being on deed, underground inside a building gives a major boost to aging distilled alcohol and wine. Changes to end Affinity: Rare stills add +1 to the affinity of alcohol made inside them. Green grape juice adds +13 to a recipe for affinites. Salty Water adds +16 where as water adds +6 for affinities Pre-fermentation Alcohol affinities follow normal cooking rules for affinities When adding ingredients the amount of water doesn't change the affinity but each other ingredient extra does. When filling a container with several different batches of gin, It always takes the affinity of whatever was inside the container first. I assume it works this way for all drinks but have not tested beyond alcohol. Rare barrels do not affect fermentation end affinity. Beers, ales and the like have a set affinity each one gives.
We need some books now for our bookshelves. By taking some leather (1kg) and some papyrus (20 sheets) you can make a book (Weight 2.5kg). Books hold 20 pages worth of text in total when written in, they are written one page at a time (so essentially an array of papyrus sheets). Reading a book works like reading papyrus, except that the menu has a subtree for page number. Optional Extra: double clicking a book and then right clicking a bookshelf lets you store and retrieve the book from there. This being the only non-inventory way to store books in a way that they won't decay. So far so good, like most book suggestions, here is my unique twist. Ideas : Whenever a player gets a rare roll for a skill they also gain an "idea" about that skill (a 0 weight item) that can be traded, but is lost if dropped outside of a player inventory. These are useless on their own but when used on a book create a skill book for that skill which gives a different kind of effect based on the type of idea: Rare rolls give "<Skillname> inspiration" which, when used on a book creates a "<Skillname> manual" which grants +50% skillgain in that skill for book QL*2 minutes. Supreme rolls on a skill it creates a "<Skillname> insight", when used on a book creates a "<Skillname> guidebook" +100% skillgain in that skill for book QL*2 minutes. Finally if a Superior roll is granted it creates a "<Skillname> trade secret" which can be crafted into a "<Skillname> tome" which grants an affinity for the skill on use. ALL skillbooks are single use.
Interested in: Woodcutting Mining Digging Soul Depth Mind logic Carpentry Fine Carpentry Ship Building Bowery Weaponsmithing Toy making Fletching Channeling Ropemaking Cloth Tailoring Meditating Body strenght Body Stamin Body Control Body Mind speed Pm me with questions. Would prefer if they were on alt or an account i could take over to receive the affinity.