|Skill and improvement|
A log cleared of branches. Good for making planks or shafts from. It is made from...
Old to overaged lumber trees create felled trees when cut down. Use a hatchet, axe or saw to 'Chop' them up into logs. Logs from felled trees come in 24 kg units, except for the last log of a tree, which usually weighs less since most trees do not have weights evenly divisible by 24. Shrivelled lumber trees give just one smaller (~5 kg) log, and young trees generally give nothing.
Fruit trees when cut down give a single small log if mature to overaged, or a wood scrap if shrivelled.
|Very Old||4.8 kg|
Shrubs and Bushes
- Logs are the result of felling and/or chopping up trees.
- Players can right-click logs and select 'Discard' to get rid of them immediately.
- Logs can be stored in a bulk storage bin or crate but do not fit in chests.
- Log quality is determined by several factors including the player's woodcutting skill and the quality of the tool used in cutting/creating the log. The quality of the tool used (hatchet, saw, etc) effectively governs the possibility that a higher quality log will be produced from other governing factors, woodcutting skill and others, in creation.