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  1. Crops needed on Xan

    Hello Everyone, I'm 3 days deep into Wurm for the first time and I'm well addicted. I have been trying to answer many of my questions by reading the wiki and forums but I have a specific one I'd like the community of Xan, specifically SW Xan to help with. I'm envisioning my character in Wurm being a farmer and builder. I've always loved these two aspects of mmorpg's. My question is, for a new player, what crops would be beneficial to start working on? I've seen the suggestions elsewhere of doing bulk clay, or mortar, or bricks, but I'm wondering what the players around me may need. My plan, after raising my skills some, was to start farming a good amount of cotton and wemp. I know these may not be the *most* in demand items, but I like the idea of them, that is, if there is any demand. Any insights you can share would be greatly appreciated. Thank you all.