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Soulash is a fantasy roguelike where you play as a forgotten god set on destroying the world. · By Artur Smiarowski

Where's my whetstone? Other suggestions.

A topic by Mushuukyou created Jan 10, 2021 Views: 75 Replies: 5
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I seem to lose the whetstone permanently when I use the grindstone. I need it while I'm out exploring. Does it become part of the grindstone? I can't seem to remove it from it. I thought all this time I kept leaving it on the ground somewhere, but nope, now I realize it's when I use that bench.

Also, I have to drop it in order to use it. Can't we keep the whetstone in its own place in our inventory where it can't be dropped and we can use it without dropping it? I hate going out and not having something to repair my stuff with.

Can't I make a campfire or something so I can use it to cook with? I'm in a village and it has everything but a workbench and a place to cook. I can't create either?

Love the game otherwise!

Hey Mushuukyou, it might be that backpack item is prioritized over map item when deciding which tool to use for a given action. I'll look into improving that and the usage of repair in the backpack, thanks for letting me know!

As for the stationary tools for crafting, it's not available yet. It will probably come with building mechanics at some point.

Yea I meant to say campfire to cook with, etc. Thanks. I corrected that.

Once I can make all crafting stations in one area and I can repair my weapons while I'm out, that would be great.


Also, how do I build stuff with more durability? Seems it's pretty set.

Some affixes that can roll on gear can add extra durability, but otherwise, there is no way to improve it.

Can you develop a way to improve it? Or does better equipment later equal more durability? 

Maybe make it so that the more you make one thing, eventually you can make that one thing more durable as time goes on?

Better equipment has more durability. The idea behind the equipment system in Soulash is to eventually replace anything so that a single great drop doesn't lock a slot for most of the game. You can always craft more items as you learn recipes, including the best rarity items.