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Just a curousity? Is there a way for a crafter to demolish items that crafter has made?
Concur... can not tell you how many times I have messed something up and would love to just get rid of it rather than hide it, shove it in a corner forever, put it in a can, or sell it for nothing.
Personally, I would be happy even I had to lose the materials. Thanks for considering.
Straight razors have been added to blacksmith.
Barrels and wall shelves have been added to carpenter.
@bjorn-carpender As of right now, there is no way to destroy furniture (with or without material loss). However, we've added a pawn shop with an NPC who will purchase crafted items for a percentage of the material cost. The pawn shop will be accessible with the outlands release.
Pickaxes have been added to blacksmith. The pattern will be available with the outlands release.
Pipes have been added to carpenter. The pattern will be available with the outlands release.
I've added a few options to the weaver class for hemp fiber. They can now make hemp (fabric), canvas, heavy canvas, waterproof canvas, rope, and fishing nets.
- "Grey" has been added to the color options for the slate and granite in the stonemason shop.
- Added "jaunty," "off-center," and "tilted" to the seamstress fit options.
- Dragon dolls, face veils, watteau trains, royal trains, slit-neck tunics, short-sleeved tunics, collars, leashes, tragedy masks, woven carpets, pile carpets, and healers bags have been added to seamstress.
- Sheep shears and buckets have been added to blacksmith.
Ovens have been added to stonemason.
Chatelaines and paillettes have been added to jeweler. Paillettes can be used by seamstresses to decorate garments.
Brooms, low tables, and healers kits have been added to carpenter.
Veils can now be added to hats by seamstresses.
Stone cargo carts have been added to carpenters. They can be used to store stone crafting materials in.
Spice racks have been added to carpenters and blacksmiths. They can be used to store spices and herbs.
Cooking recipes featuring traditional dishes of Italy, Germany, France, Spain, Scotland, and England are available at their respective food establishments.
Carding combs have been added to carpenter.