#1 Research Priorities by King Zultra I 12.06.2013 18:41

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You are free to research any and all relevant topics, however we press that we do the following topics ASAP;

Primitive skills;

Skinning small animals. (done)
Skinning big animals (done)
Basic animal husbandry
Basic Wood workmanship (making wooden implements, basic furniture etc..)
Basic chemical production (glues, tars, medicines etc..)
Basic hand tools (shovels, axes, hoe's, pickaxes etc.)
Rudimentary rafts (Wooden raft/hollowed out logs etc..)
Rudimentary Stonework (basic masonry)
Pottery.

Trades;
Blacksmithing
Masonry
Carpentry
Fletching
Poleturning (spearmaking)



These are the research we require right now, we are focusing on 'Primitive skills' now.

#2 RE: Research Priorities by King Zultra I 12.06.2013 18:44

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Don't forget to follow the Research Etiquette

#3 RE: Research Priorities by Trewier Coshall 12.06.2013 19:52

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Just adding some additional researchable topics.

Wooden raft/hollowed out log (first kind of schip)
Basic tools: shovels, axes, hoe's, pickaxes etc.
Masonry: basically stone cutting for houses and walls and maybe later for sculpting
Pottery: making pots to store food and other stuff.


*More to come*

#4 RE: Research Priorities by William Coshall 12.06.2013 19:59

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As a lumberjack do i have to have woodworking skills or just chopping trees down put them on a cart and bring them to the local carpenter.

I said a cart because we will need it for trade and we hopefully will have horses which we can use to pull the cart.

#5 RE: Research Priorities by King Zultra I 12.06.2013 20:30

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Lumberjacks of old dragged the trunk to the village, the large ones required Cutting or they used them to build a shelter, with just a axe mind you.

#6 RE: Research Priorities by King Zultra I 12.06.2013 20:46

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Quote: Trewier wrote in post #3
Just adding some additional researchable topics.

Wooden raft/hollowed out log (first kind of schip)
Basic tools: shovels, axes, hoe's, pickaxes etc.
Masonry: basically stone cutting for houses and walls and maybe later for sculpting
Pottery: making pots to store food and other stuff.


*More to come*

Done.

#7 RE: Research Priorities by Harold Coshall 12.06.2013 20:50

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I know some things about woodworking, maybe ill write something.

#8 RE: Research Priorities by King Zultra I 12.06.2013 20:51

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Quote: shufflex wrote in post #7
I know some things about woodworking, maybe ill write something.


I'm a Carpenter by Trade (IRL), I can help in that regards hugely.

#9 RE: Research Priorities by King Zultra I 13.06.2013 18:36

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Added more topics.

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