Log Cabin

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Log Cabin
Log Cabin.png
Vital statistics
Size 4 x 4
Skill(s) RequiredSpecific needed skills.<br>The default skills every Heartling starts off with, Oral Tradition, Primitive Tools & Wilderness Survival), are ignored. Carpentry
Object(s) Required Block of Wood x80, Board x40, Thatching Material x20
Required By (1) Cellar
Repaired With Board
Can be Lifted No
Can be Locked Yes
Hit Points 5000
Soak Value 5
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A log cabin is a constructable building. Inside is a 4x4 tile housing in which furniture or liftable containers can be stored. Anything liftable left in a log cabin will not decay, making it a good storage area.

This is especially true for Cupboards which are destroyed in one decay hit. Any items that can go into the housed cupboard (Such as blocks of wood, straw, and any other inventory item.) can still be lost, however.

If a log cabin is allowed to decay completely, all objects contained inside will remain where the cabin once stood.

How to Acquire

In order to begin constructing a log cabin you must have a 5x5* paved or grassland area (4x4 if using custom placegrid values and centering the construction zone inside of a 4x4 square) of flat ground for the log cabin to set down. See Terraforming for information on how to level terrain, plow a field, and lay stone. Log cabins require 80 blocks of wood, 40 boards, and 20 thatching material of any type, making it unwise to begin construction without ready access to wood and boughs.

Like other higher soak buildings, Log Cabins start with very little when they're first constructed, slowly gaining more over the course of 3 days until their soak is at maximum. This makes it possible for even a brand new character to destroy a freshly built cabin in a short amount of time with just a stone axe.


Outer Wall: Primary Blocks, outer color

Door: Primary Boards, inner color

Pointy bits on the corners: Secondary Blocks, inner color

Roof: Primary Thatching

Primary materials are based on the most prevalent type. The amount of secondary materials must be at least 50% that of the primary, or the primary material will be used for the secondary colours as well.