Copper pot or Cauldron ?

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Copper pot or Cauldron ?

Postby Gustyboy » Thu Jul 23, 2015 12:56 am

What is the best, a Copper pot or a Cauldron ?
And how they affect the stuff ?
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Re: Copper pot or Cauldron ?

Postby Sky_Cardis » Thu Jul 23, 2015 1:08 am

Gustyboy wrote:What is the best, a Copper pot or a Cauldron ?
And how they affect the stuff ?


Copper Pots holds 9 (3 x 3) items at a time and hold 10.0 L of water.
Cauldrons holds 4 (2 x 2) items at a time and holds 100.0 L of water.

Copper Pot drains Water when it finishes boiling objects.
Cauldraon drains Water over time.

Copper Pots have a "200 point tank" use, and each item that becames fully boiled takes 10 points from it
Cauldrons are also used for Witchcraft stuff.

Better off with Copper Pots since they hold more items in them and cheaper materials if you plan on just poiling (copper is cheaper then wrought).

Added: Unless you buy Copper Pot from an NPC or player, you are required to have anvil to make a Copper Pot.
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Re: Copper pot or Cauldron ?

Postby Gustyboy » Thu Jul 23, 2015 1:13 am

Thanks a lot for the tips :)
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Re: Copper pot or Cauldron ?

Postby Sky_Cardis » Thu Jul 23, 2015 1:27 am

Gustyboy wrote:Thanks a lot for the tips :)

Not a problem friend.
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Re: Copper pot or Cauldron ?

Postby Kralith » Thu Jul 23, 2015 1:04 pm

Wrong Sky_Cardis!

The Cauldron holds actually 4x4 Items!

Maybe we should write it in the wikis, there is it also wrong.
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Re: Copper pot or Cauldron ?

Postby ShadowTani » Thu Jul 23, 2015 5:09 pm

Take note that a cauldron isn't possible to use for boiling certain items such as deer hoofs (for animal glue), tea, bark etc.
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Re: Copper pot or Cauldron ?

Postby HolyLight » Thu Jul 23, 2015 5:26 pm

Beyond witchcraft the only good thing to boil in a cauldron are mushrooms.

16 per go.

Problem is the amount of water it uses.
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Re: Copper pot or Cauldron ?

Postby KruskDaMangled » Thu Jul 23, 2015 5:59 pm

HolyLight wrote:Beyond witchcraft the only good thing to boil in a cauldron are mushrooms.

16 per go.

Problem is the amount of water it uses.


It also uses WROUGHT Iron. Which sort of makes sense, and it would probably eventually "pay" itself off on convenience with just that, but it's WROUGHT IRON. I am not willing to dedicate that much of it or pay for that much for normal food until it does other, normal boiling things. Even then it would merely feel "fair" as a long term investment/big boy form of a small pot, that goes in my house, not a crummy little camp fire.
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Re: Copper pot or Cauldron ?

Postby Sky_Cardis » Thu Jul 23, 2015 6:12 pm

Kralith wrote:Wrong Sky_Cardis!

The Cauldron holds actually 4x4 Items!

Maybe we should write it in the wikis, there is it also wrong.

*shrugs* I never made the cauldrons I was playing by ear from the past on that one.
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Re: Copper pot or Cauldron ?

Postby Morris_Blake » Fri Jul 24, 2015 1:07 pm

Can you cook sea loaf, marrow dumplings, spiders in the cauldron?
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