What do YOU Want To Do? #WurmOnline

One of the big factors in any sandbox game is that you are the one who decides what you want to do in game. The game doesn’t tell you what to do and your imagination really is the limits. In WurmOnline I’ve decided to go a few routs. First of all, I breed cattle, and then slaughter it (messy business) and butcher the hides. I then take these hides over to my neighbour Yetian, who uses them for his leatherworking skill. These cows are not just leather though, they also provide me with creatures to groom for my animal husbandry skill. I also spend a lot of time cultivating the ground in their pens with fields that I can harvest later on (and it provides them with food). All of this gives me helpful skills for my character. Animal husbandry will allow me to check my horses out and see what traits they have. Negative traits can (eventually) be cured with my Fo priest spell Genesis. It’s a big circle.

Since I am a priest of Fo and restricted in a lot of my activities, I spend a lot of my time ‘making parts’. Making planks, making bricks, harvesting sprouts, working fields, cooking meals. Those may seem like boring mundane things but they’re activities that I enjoy doing in game. You could take a completely different rout and become a warrior, traveling the lands defeating creatures and not making any one place your home. You could move from village to village, working for coin, there’s so many possibilities within the realm of your imagination, the game only needs to give you a few tools in order for you to move forward with them.

I’m still working on my keep. I need 500 (or so) more bricks to finish the final wall, and then I can start working on the inside of the keep walls. I’ve got lights set up which give off a nice glow during the night, and two buildings, one is my personal residence, and the other is a craft hall, with bulk storage bins and the food storage bins as well as a few other containers for random storage.

I’ve been looking VERY hard for a hen. My rooster is getting lonely. Hopefully I can find one before too long, I’ve had my rooster quite some time, but I’ve never seen a hen before. I may have to post an advertisement on the forums looking to buy one. The forums are a fantastic way for players to interact with the community, there are boards for selling / buying products from one another as well as server forums to find out if any events are going on in your area. That’s how I found out about the Fo sermons, as well as the Kyklops killing. Don’t be afraid of getting involved with the community!

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4 Responses to What do YOU Want To Do? #WurmOnline

  1. Hordern says:

    If you lead the rooster behind you, any hens you come across will automatically follow the rooster, so if you come across several, you’ll bring them all home! The trouble is, roosters, hens, etc all die very fast if not kept fed, so you’re quite unlikely to find the in the wild. I’ve seen about 3 or 4 in my 2.5 years of playing.

    Hens are also currently the only animal in game to have the new collada model and animations included if you’re using the unstable client and experimental packs. It’s awsome :D Worth finding someone selling them just for that to be honest ;)

  2. flosch says:

    The animals in your screenshot don’t seem to be cattle though. In fact, it looks like you’re breeding giant hyenas. ;) What are they exactly?

  3. stargrace says:

    @Flosch – those, are champion dogs! I have two champion dogs (giant sized) and one slow dog (which is blue, and also giant sized), and a lurking dog (which is green, and tiny). I breed them. ^.^

  4. flosch says:

    Ah, that makes sense. So they’re not hyenas after all. That would’ve been scary, and looking at the scenery, not very species-appropriate either! Though… dogs that size would probably also be scary if they were feral…