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

How to find/identify Workbench & Tailor Workplace?

A topic by Samson93 created Jul 17, 2019 Views: 178 Replies: 10
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I have been through a few towns and found anvils and furnaces, but can not seem to find workbenches and tailor workplaces for crafting leather and cloth items. I'm new, on an INT pure Vampire/Inquisitor, lv5 and going strong. Half the concept behind the build was to be cranking out lots of enchanted cloth and leather items but I can't find anywhere to craft them.

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I remember at least one being in the capital and one in the keep south east from starting zone.

Thanks! I was able to find a workbench south east of spawn, and quite a few in the capital. Our Vampire/Inquisitor friend is now lv.18, and has torn through every "?" on the map; still no sight of a "Tailor workplace" though. Is there something I am missing?

There is a Spinning Wheel on the 1st level of the keep south east and a few in the Capital in some houses.

Ah, if the Spinning Wheel is meant to be the Tailor workplace then I believe it is bugged. Standing next to one will green text the "Tailor tool" requirement in the crafting menu, not the tailor workplace requirement.

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I found the cause, it will be fixed in the next patch.

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Could you please add support for an arbitrary "L"ook command? Guess-working what different characters mean will be a chore to any new player.

Son-of-a-buscuit, I need to learn to read: could you please include information in tutorial that left-shift is the look command? or maybe even in keybinding menu?

It's the first thing you see in the message console (and movement). I believe there is already a tutorial about looking as well. :)

It is the first thing I'm supposed to see but somehow it caught my attention on the 4th character. I would still like to argue it would be good to have it as an always-on toggle instead of a keypress, maybe from the options menu? 

I've already tried to have it always on, but it's too distracting and covers too much of the screen.

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It would be nice to be able to label stuff on the map. Also, I can't seem to zoom in and still see where I'm at while in map mode.