Oak Wilds

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Oak Wilds
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Oak Wilds Terrain
Can be paved No
Can be plowed Yes
Max Speed Run
Forageables Bay Bolete, Bloated Bolete, Blueberries, Chantrelles, Kvann, Lingonberries, Morels, Rustroot, Spindly Taproot, Stinging Nettle, Wild Windsown Weed, Yellowfeet
Trees Aspen Tree, Birch Tree, Birdcherry Tree, Cherry Tree, Chestnut Tree, Elm Tree, Hornbeam Tree, King's Oak Tree, Linden Tree, Maple Tree, Mulberry Tree, Oak Tree, Pine Tree, Poplar Tree, Quince Tree, Rowan Tree, Tamarisk Tree, Warty Birch Tree, Whitebeam Tree
Flora Bittersweet Nightshade Bush, Blackthorn Bush, Boxwood Bush, Crampbark Bush, Elderberry Bush, Raspberry Bush, Sandthorn Bush, Tundra Rose Bush
Fauna Adder, Ant Hill, Ants, Aurochs, Badger, Bat, Bear, Boar, Dryad, Earthworm, Firefly, Forest Snail, Fox, Frog, Grub, Hedgehog, Lynx, Midge Swarm, Moose, Quail, Rabbit Buck, Rabbit Doe, Rat, Red Deer, Silkmoth, Squirrel, Stag Beetle, Toad, Wild Bees, Wolverine, Wood Grouse Cock, Wood Grouse Hen
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Oak Wilds are one of the many biomes within the Hearthlands, a form of Forest Terrain. On foot, a Hearthling can travel at a running pace through Oak Wilds, with a decent level of stamina drain for doing so. You may plow Oak Wilds to turn it into plowed dirt, but directly paving is impossible. Oak Wilds are a source of many of the different forageables in the game, as with other forest terrains, so it is a good idea to settle down near or inside of one, particularly when starting out, since they also are a plentiful supply of various materials which are needed in spades during the early portions of the game, such as Blocks of Wood, Boards, Boughs, and edible berries and fruits.

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