Pine Tree

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Pine Tree
Pine Tree.png
Grown From Pine Cone
Required By Pine Cone
Found On Beach, Black Wood, Blue Sod, Bog, Cloud Range, Deep Tangle, Dry Weald, Fen, Grass, Hard Steppe, Heath, Highground, Leaf Patch, Lichen Wold, Moss Brush, Mountain, Oak Wilds, Pine Barren, Red Plain, Sombre Bramble, Timber Land, Wald
Bark 3
Bark Type Treebark
Branches 3
Branch Type Branch
Fruit Pine Cone
Fruit Qty 2
Logs 3
Blocks (Stone) 40
Blocks (Metal) 50
Boards (Bone) 12
Boards (Metal) 20
Boards (Sawmill) ?
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Pine Wood Blocks are known to yield the greatest quantity of tar when used in a tar kiln, making them a sought after commodity.

If Pine is desired for cosmetic reasons, Terebinth may provide acceptable substitute.

The Pine 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 Pine Tree produces:

You may harvest up to 3 Branches before it is depleted.
You may harvest up to 3 Bark before it is depleted.
You may harvest up to 2 Pine Cone before it is depleted.

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

The Pine Tree produces 3 logs when felled. With each log producing:

Blocks per log:
40 blocks when cut with a Stone Axe.
50 blocks when cut with a Metal Axe.
Boards per log:
12 boards when cut with a Bone Saw.
20 boards when cut with a Metal Saw.
(unknown) boards when processed by a Sawmill.
Note: These numbers only apply for logs from matured trees. Logs from growing trees will give different results.

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