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New world 12 as of 6 March 2020 HnH Topic: World 12
Satiation reworked as of Feasting Leonardo (2019-12-11) patch.


King's Oak Tree

From Ring of Brodgar
King's Oak Tree
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Grown From King's Acorn
Required By King's Acorn
Found On Black Wood, Deep Tangle, Dry Weald, Leaf Detritus, Moss Brush, Oak Wilds, Red Plain, Shady Copse, Sombre Bramble, Timber Land, Wald
Bark 3
Branches 30
Fruit King's Acorn
Fruit Qty 2
Logs 4
Blocks (Stone) 40
Blocks (Metal) 50
Boards (Bone) 12
Boards (Metal) 20
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The King's Oak Tree is notable for being the tree that not only singly bears the most Logs, falling down into 4 whole Logs when chopped, but gives the most blocks and Boards in total, than any other tree, totaling to 160/200 blocks and 48/80 boards.

As such, they are among the best trees to grow or find in the wild if one desires bulk amounts of wooden blocks/boards and where quality/varying appearance is not an issue.


The King's Oak Tree is one of the many Trees found in the Hearthlands. Trees are a plentiful resource and they are vital to every player's success.

Some of the most basic materials a hearthling will require such as Boards, Wood Blocks, Boughs, and Branches are only obtained from Trees.
Every tree has some sort of Seed which the player can use in various recipes, or they can be used to regrow a higher quality tree, producing better materials.

Materials Produced

The King's Oak Tree produces:

You may harvest up to 30 Branches before it is depleted.
You may harvest up to 3 Bark before it is depleted.
You may harvest up to 2 King's Acorn before it is depleted.

All Trees will slowly replenish harvested materials, meaning all materials listed above are renewable.

King's Oak Trees produce 4 logs when felled.

Each log produces 40 Blocks when cut with a Stone Axe and 50 Blocks when cut with a Metal Axe
Each log produces 12 Boards when cut with a Bone Saw and 20 Boards when cut with a Metal Saw


How to Acquire

Every Tree can be grown from its seed using a Treeplanter's Pot, or by planting the seed directly into the ground.

Using a Treeplanter's Pot: See Treeplanter's Pot for more details

Direct Method: See Shovel for more details


King's oak wood is brown.