|Required By||Aurochs Hair, Butter, Cheese Rack, Chicken Coop, Curding Tub, Food Trough, Fry Egg, Hide Strap, Hitching Post, Intestines, Liver & Onions|
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"Harnessed by the Old gods,
The Urox plowed across the skies
The furrow of time."
You have enough close encounters with various beasts of the Wild Hearth that the thought of taming some of them has entered your mind. You may snare and keep tamable beasts, as well as construct coops, troughs and hitching posts.
To tame a wild, tamable animal:
First, lure it to you with clover.
Then snare it with a rope.
Then tie it to a hitching post.
Then, when soon it stands ready to fight,
Defeat it in combat again, and again,
But when it yields to you, yield to it,
And hurt it no further,
Until the beast has been quelled.
What it does
This skill allows you to tame certain animals and unlocks crafting of several objects and buildings. Tamed animals require a Food Trough or grassland to survive and breed. See Taming for a detailed guide on how to tame an animal.
Animals that can be tamed:
Animal Husbandry also allows you to gather certain materials and craft and construct new objects.
|Items||Aurochs Hair||Butter||Feather Duster||Gold Egg||Milk||Wool|
|Structures||Chicken Coop||Churn||Food Trough||Hitching Post|
- (game mechanic) Domesticated/Tamed animals don't seem to move when off-loaded. (Eating and breading do continue.)
- After tethering an untamed animal to a post, you can either store the rope for later use or use the same rope to tether and hitch other animals.