Bulk storage bin

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Bulk storage bin
A Bulk storage bin
Creation
  1. Activate iron ribbon
  2. Right-click plank
  3. Open submenu "Create > Storage"
Additional materials
Result
  • Bulk storage bin (20.00 kg)
Skill and improvement


Description

A storage bin made from planks and strengthened with iron ribbons.

Bulk storage bins are useful for many reasons.

  • You can store more than 100 objects into them.
  • They stop all decay of objects put into them.
  • They allow players to average the QL for items. This is not normally possible other way.
  • They allow players to combine items it is not normally possible to combine, such as logs, and split up large combined items into smaller ones, such as lumps, cotton and woodscraps.
  • It allows players to remove damage from unrepairable items without the Mend spell at the cost of having their quality reduced by a percent equal to the damage.
  • If empty, they can be picked up.

There are some downsides to using BSB's.

  • Averaging the quality of the items put in is not always a good thing, such as when high quality materials are required for improving.
  • 5% of each of the stored items are lost every 30 days.
  • Any enchants, renames, and other "special" characteristics on items put in are lost.

Total Components

Ownership

BSB's generally work very much like any other container, such as a large chest, with some differences.

  • If a BSB is simply dropped it is "proximity" owned. Anyone can pick it up if the person who dropped it is not close by, and they have pickup rights in it's location (Deed, House, Wilderness).
  • If a BSB is planted it is "fully" owned. Only the player who planted it can move or pick it up.
  • When someone puts an item into a BSB that it does not already store, they are the "proximity" owner of that consolidated item.
  • Others may add additional items to that consolidated item, but the ownership remains with the initial player.
  • A locked BSB prevents anyone from using the BSB unless they unlock it first.
  • It's been reported that empty, locked, planted BSB can be picked up also.

Note that on PVP servers, items that have proximity ownership can be stolen.

Notes

  • Rare items cannot be put into a BSB.
  • The last plank built onto the bin determines the type (cedar, pinewood, etc.).
  • Finished bulk storage bins can be picked up if they are empty, but can be moved (pushed, pulled, and turned).
  • They can be planted to prevent pickup by other people. If planted, only the owner can move them.
  • Can be locked with a large padlock, which prevents use until unlocked.
  • A BSB can hold 16000 units of volume.
  • The bulk storage bin will visually change when more then half full to reflect its contents exceeding 8000 in volume.
  • Items can be dragged directly from any container to the storage bin. They do not need to be moved into your inventory first. However, when taking items out, they must be moved into your inventory.
  • Volume and Weight are not in the same proportion for different items, so some items store more efficiently in bulk storage bins than others.
  • When you remove the last whole item, any remaining material of that type is lost.
  • Destruction is possible for the BSB's creator or the holder of the key locking it, absent of deed restrictions.
  • When a BSB is destroyed, all of the items inside of it are destroyed as well.
  • A single empty BSB can be loaded into a Wagon but that is all that will fit. While loaded it cannot be used for storage.

Items that fit in:


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Note: Due to updates on 6/7 Feb 2013 this list is now outdated, We are waiting on stability on the BSB and FSB update before we expand this list.

Item Volume

per Unit

Weight

per Unit

Weight

per Volume

Max Units

per BSB

Acorns 0.125 0.200 1.600 128,000
Animal fat 0.125 1.000 8.000 128,000
Armour chains 0.050 0.100 2.000 320,000
Arrow heads(Hunting, War) 0.030 0.040 1.333 533,333
Arrows(Hunting, War, Arrow shaft) 0.040 0.140 3.500 400,000
Ash 1.000 0.100 0.100 16,000
Belaying pin 0.300 0.500 1.667 53,333
Bladder 0.400 0.020 0.050 40,000
Bow string 0.001 0.010 10.000 16,000,000
Branch 2.100 2.000 0.952 7,619
Charcoal 0.125 0.500 4.000 128,000
Clay 1.000 2.000 2.000 16,000
Clay Shingle 8.00 2.00 2.00 2,000
Cochineal 0.125 0.200 1.600 128,000
Colossus brick 8.000 15.000 1.875 2,000
Concrete 1.000 3.000 3.000 16,000
Cordage rope 2.000 0.500 0.250 8,000
Cotton 8.000 1.000 0.125 2,000
Cotton seed 0.018 0.100 5.556 888,888
Cotton sheet 0.125 1.500 12.000 128,000
Deck board 1.500 4.000 2.667 10,666
Dirt(pile of) 18.750 20.000 1.067 853
Dredge scraping lip 0.125 1.000 8.000 128,000
Flint 0.064 0.100 1.563 250,000
Floor boards 756.000 42.000 0.056 21
Flowers 0.001 0.050 50.000 16,000,000
Fur 9.000 1.000 0.111 1,777
Handle 0.040 0.100 2.500 400,000
Hide 9.000 3.000 0.333 1,777
Hoof 0.250 0.100 0.400 64,000
Hull plank 6.000 8.000 1.333 2,666
Iron fence bars 2.000 6.000 2.000 8,000
Iron rock 0.250 3.000 12.000 64,000
Keel section 420.000 60.000 0.143 38
Kindling 4.000 1.500 0.375 4,000
Large nails 0.040 0.300 7.500 400,000
Large tackle 4.000 10.000 2.500 4,000
Lavender flower 0.050 0.050 1.000 320,000
Leather 9.000 3.000 0.333 1,777
Leather pieces 0.500 0.400 0.800 32,000
Log 80.000 24.000 0.300 200
Lump(Bronze) 1.000 0.100 0.100 16,000
Lump(Gold) 0.090 0.100 1.111 177,777
Lump(Iron, Copper, Lead) 1.000 1.000 1.000 16,000
Lump(Silver) 0.250 0.100 0.400 64,000
Lump(Steel) 0.027 0.400 14.815 592,592
Lump(Tin) 1.000 0.500 0.500 16,000
Metal sheet (steel, silver or gold) 2.000 6.000 3.000 8,000
Mine door (wood) 63.000 42.000 0.667 253
Mixed grass 0.040 0.050 1.250 400,000
Mooring anchor 42.000 20.500 0.488 380
Mooring rope 4.500 0.500 0.111 3,555
Mortar 1.000 2.000 2.000 16,000
Moss 1.000 0.300 0.300 16,000
Oar 9.500 5.000 0.526 1,684
Ore 18.750 20.000 1.067 853
Papyrus sheet 0.24 0.5 2.083 66,666
Paw 0.250 0.100 0.400 64,000
Peat 11.250 10.000 0.889 1,422
Peg 0.040 0.100 2.500 400,000
Plank 3.000 2.000 0.667 5,333
Pottery shingle 8.000 2.000 0.250 2,000
Rags 0.125 0.200 1.600 128,000
Reed fibre 0.040 0.100 2.500 400,000
Reed plants 0.500 0.500 1.000 32,000
Reed seeds 0.020 0.100 5.000 800,000
Ribbon 0.200 3.000 15.000 80,000
Rivets 0.016 0.200 12.500 1,000,000
Rock shards 18.750 20.000 1.067 853
Rope 0.200 0.500 2.500 80,000
Rose flower 0.030 0.050 1.667 533,333
Sand(heap of) 18.750 20.000 1.067 853
Shaft 2.100 1.000 0.476 7,619
Small nails 0.020 0.200 10.000 800,000
Small tackle 0.500 5.000 10.000 32,000
Sprout 0.060 0.200 3.333 266,666
Square piece of cloth 0.125 0.300 2.400 128,000
Stone brick 8.000 15.000 1.875 1,999
String of cloth 0.001 0.100 100.000 16,000,000
Support beam 756.000 60.000 0.079 21
Tail 0.030 0.100 3.333 533,333
Tar 1.000 1.000 1.000 16,000
Teeth 0.010 0.010 1.000 1,600,000
Tenon 0.150 1.000 6.667 106,666
Thatch 0.040 0.050 1.250 400,000
Thick rope 12.000 5.500 0.458 1,333
Torch(wood) 0.750 0.200 0.267 21,333
Wemp fibre 0.180 0.500 2.778 88,888
Wemp plant 0.500 0.700 1.400 32,000
Wemp seed 0.018 0.100 5.556 888,888
Woad 0.027 0.050 1.852 592,592
Wood scrap 0.120 1.500 12.500 133,333
Wood shingle 8.000 0.300 0.037 2,000

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