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Etherdrifter

Lemonade/Berry Juice buff

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Currently lemonade and berry juice are completely useless in PvE unless the former is very high QL.


 


So why make the effort?


 


I propose a simple change, that both juice and lemonade can "overfill" the water bar (giving a buffer before it starts ticking down).


 


Berry juice can overfill it to 25+QL/2%, lemonade can overfill it to 50+QL/2%


 


It's not gamebreaking (even for PvP) and is something that would make grinding beverages a little more worthwhile.


 


 


Optional Extra : Grant both wine and sake a buff useful in PvE (thinking a skillgain bonus with a duration based on QL and the amount drank).


 


Optional Extra 2 : Cider (from apples!) and Beer (from wheat) would be nice.


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-1 for skillgain bonuses.


 


Even if all they did was fill your thirst bar extremely quickly, so your container with 2kg lasted a very long time without having to refill, I think that would be good enough. Bring some lemonade and don't worry about running out of that waterskin, even on a large hunting trip.


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A propper food buff system is long overdue and it should not only focus on juices. I find it would be suitable to implement a furthergoing nutrition system on some kind of vitamine basis and stat bonuses. By mostly eating meat one should get lets say up to 3 bonus points in body strengths (if constantly eating high ql meat products over a period of time), lemons could provide bonus for a mind stat (and how about shrooms for soul depth? :) ). The bonuses should be balanced in the sense that they are not only cosmetic on the on the one side and not gamechanging on the other.


 


This would enrich wurm mechanics and motivate the farmers, gatherers and treehuggers to only focus on wemp, cotton and garlic.


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-1 Kill the fruit trees. Kill all the fruit trees. Weeds, they are all weeds. 


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