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Yummy! Food lowers your Hunger, sometimes Thirst and sometimes it also has other beneficial effects. Eating food that would reduce Hunger by a larger value than the character's current hunger sets it 0% and applies the Satiety condition instead. Most foods will rot or spoil after a certain time. Eating spoiled or rotten food is not recommended. Some foods (usually meat) can be cooked, which greatly improves their benefits. Eating raw meat is possible, but less beneficial than cooked meat, and may also produce negative effects, such as Vomiting.


Procuring food[]

Different food types can be bought in town from the Innkeeper and his assistants, from the local food merchants in their stalls, and sometimes from random townspeople. Simply talk to them and see what they have.


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Chances are you will find some food when exploring bandit hideouts. A good alternative can be hunting for meat in a nearby forest.


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Planning ahead[]

A quick run into a nearby bandit hideout won't require much more than two pieces of Bread. However, if you're travelling to a far away undead crypt, that's a whole different story. Plus undead don't eat, so don't expect to find any food there. If you decide to hunt for food, don't forget that there's currently no way to make fire, so you need someplace to cook it.

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Stuffing yourself before leaving town is another option which might help, but don't overeat too much as it's not healthy. Try combining different food types with extra benefits and learn to use foods that also give you Hunger Resistance.


Eat smart[]

Consider your eating expenses. It barely costs anything to hunt deer in the forest and even a small amount of Venison can last a long time. Be mindful of the freshness of different foods. When you find food in the dungeons, eat cheese and other types that spoil quickly first, then bread, fruit and veggies, then long lasting food like Potatoes last.


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If you're rich, consider investing into Sausages and Smoked Ham. These are amazing foods that never spoil and also come with multiple uses per item, saving inventory space.


List of all foods[]

Item Inv. slots PriceGold.png Subcategory Properties Uses Freshness Description
Roasted Fatty Meat
Roasted Fatty Meat
2×1 37 Meat
Hunger: -35%
Hunger Resistance: +15% (120 t)
 
1 2 days A hefty steak, medium rare. A true warrior's lunch.
Fatty Meat
Fatty Meat
2×1 31 Meat
Hunger: -25%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 1 day A giant chunk of fresh meat.
Rotten Meat
Rotten Meat
2×1 0 Meat
Hunger: -4%
Intoxication Change: +0.5% (90 t)
Morale: -20%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 This fillet has clearly seen better days.
Roasted Tough Meat
Roasted Tough Meat
2×1 30 Meat
Hunger: -30%
Hunger Resistance: +10% (90 t)
 
1 2 days For those with strong teeth and jaws. An acquired taste as well.
Tough Meat
Tough Meat
2×1 27 Meat
Hunger: -20%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 1 day With enough skill it can be used to cook something appetizing.
Rotten Meat
Rotten Meat
2×1 0 Meat
Hunger: -3%
Intoxication Change: +0.5% (90 t)
Morale: -20%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 A single whiff, and the stench will burn itself into your memory.
Roasted Tender Meat
Roasted Tender Meat
1×1 35 Meat
Hunger: -20%
Hunger Resistance: +20% (60 t)
Morale: +3%
 
1 2 days Worthy to be served to a king... If only Aldor had one, of course.
Tender Meat
Tender Meat
1×1 18 Meat
Hunger: -10%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 1 day Tender, soft, juicy - a mouth-watering chunk.
Rotten Meat
Rotten Meat
1×2 0 Meat
Hunger: -3%
Intoxication Change: +0.5% (60 t)
Morale: -20%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 Not so tender now.
Roasted Sinewy Meat
Roasted Sinewy Meat
1×1 10 Meat
Hunger: -12%
Hunger Resistance: +3% (30 t)
Morale: -5%
Immunity: -5%
 
1 2 days Hunger is the best spice - there are worse things to be eaten.
Sinewy Meat
Sinewy Meat
1×1 5 Meat
Hunger: -7%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 1 day In times of famine Aldorians sometimes resorted to eating rats, foxes, badgers, and other critters... Looks like history made another circle.
Rotten Meat
Rotten Meat
1×1 0 Meat
Hunger: -2%
Intoxication Change: +0.75% (30 t)
Morale: -20%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 As if it couldn't get any more disgusting...
Roasted Meat Morsels
Roasted Meat Morsels
1×1 10 Meat
Hunger: -10%
Hunger Resistance: -20% (30 t)
Immunity: -5%
 
1 2 days Makes for a disappointing lunch - there's barely enough meat for one bite.
Meat Morsels
Meat Morsels
1×1 5 Meat
Hunger: -5%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 1 day There's hardly anything to cook.
Rotten Meat Morsels
Rotten Meat Morsels
1×1 0 Meat
Hunger: -1%
Intoxication Change: -0.75% (30 t)
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 They may be tiny, but the stench travels for miles.
Roasted Drumstick
Roasted Drumstick
1×1 30 Meat
Hunger: -20%
Hunger Resistance: +10% (120 t)
 
1 2 days Grilled chicken drumsticks are very filling.
Raw Drumstick
Raw Drumstick
1×1 18 Meat
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 1 day It won't run away anymore.
Rotten Drumstick
Rotten Drumstick
1×1 0 Meat
Hunger: -3%
Intoxication Change: +0.25% (60 t)
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 It has witnessed the days of the old king.
Sausage
Sausage
2×1 115 Meat
Hunger: -25%
Hunger Resistance: +10% (90 t)
 
3 Well-salted minced meat.
Smoked Ham
Smoked Ham
2×1 140 Meat
Hunger: -20%
Hunger Resistance: +5% (60 t)
 
4 There are rumors about a village where ham is cooked with steam. Ah, the local customs...
Cooked Carp
Cooked Carp
1×1 16 Fish
Hunger: -15%
Hunger Resistance: +5% (90 t)
Immunity: +1%
 
1 1 day Simple, tasty, and nutritious.
Carp
Carp
1×1 12 Fish
Hunger: -10%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 1 day Its wet scales glisten and shimmer in the sun.
Rotten Carp
Rotten Carp
1×1 0 Fish
Hunger: -2%
Intoxication Change: +0.75% (30 t)
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 It has a distinct stench of rot to it.
Cheese
Cheese
1×1 21 Dairy
Hunger: -20%
Hunger Resistance: +5% (90 t)
 
1 2 days A perfect addition to any diet.
Spoiled Cheese
Spoiled Cheese
1×1 0 Dairy
Hunger: -3%
Morale: -10%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 Mold clearly does not make this cheese seem more noble.
Goat Cheese
Goat Cheese
1×1 19 Dairy
Hunger: -18%
Hunger Resistance: +15% (60 t)
 
1 2 days It smells funny, but tastes good enough.
Spoiled Goat Cheese
Spoiled Goat Cheese
1×1 0 Dairy
Hunger: -3%
Morale: -10%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 Nothing can fight this smell.
Peach 1×1 15 Fruit
Hunger: -5%
Thirst: -7%
Morale: +1%
Immunity: +4%
 
1 3 days Peaches arrived to Aldor in times immemorial: back then they were known as "royal fruits".
Apple
Apple
1×1 8 Fruit
Hunger: -5%
Thirst: -5%
Energy Restoration: +1% (0 t)
Immunity: +2%
 
 
1 4 days An apple a day keeps the doctor away.
Rotten Apple
Rotten Apple
1×1 0 Fruit
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 It's crawling with worms. Disgusting.
Pear
Pear
1×1 8 Fruit
Hunger: -5%
Thirst: -5%
Energy Restoration: +1% (0 t)
Immunity: +1%
 
 
1 4 days Fresh and plump.
Rotten Pear
Rotten Pear
1×1 0 Fruit
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 Doesn't look very appetizing...
Fig
Fig
1×1 25 Fruit
Hunger: -1%
Morale: +2%
Max Health: +1%
Health Restoration: +1% (60 t)
Immunity: +6%
 
 
1 5 days An exotic fruit, often traded by eastern merchants. It does not come cheap: folks say that it's one of the secrets to elven longevity.
Dried Fig
Dried Fig
1×1 15 Fruit
Hunger: -3%
Morale: -5%
Health Restoration:
Immunity: +3%
 
 
1 Dried figs are not as tasty, but they are somewhat more nourishing, and they can be stored for much longer.
Grape
Grape
1×1 9 Fruit
Hunger: -5%
Thirst: -9%
Immunity: +4%
 
1 3 days Gently melts in your mouth.
Rotten Grape
Rotten Grape
1×1 0 Fruit
Hunger: -1%
Thirst: -2%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 A bunch of fermented berries.
Elven Citrus
Elven Citrus
1×1 35 Fruit
Hunger: -1%
Thirst: +5%
Intoxication Change: -0.5% (30 t)
Health Restoration: +1% (30 t)
Immunity: +7%
 
 
1 7 days Hideously sour, but very healthy. The nobles cringe, but keep eating them.
Spoiled Elven Citrus
Spoiled Elven Citrus
1×1 0 Fruit
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 Now it's not just hideosly sour but also has a rotten aftertaste.
Dragon Fruit
Dragon Fruit
1×1 50 Fruit
Hunger: -10%
Thirst: -10%
Pain: -5%
Immunity: +7%
 
1 4 days Hard to believe this weird fruit to come from our world. It tastes amazing.
Spoiled Dragon Fruit
Spoiled Dragon Fruit
1×1 0 Fruit
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 Perhaps you can still sell this exotic fruit even in its current condition. But don't count on it too much.
Barberry
Barberry
1×1 5 Berry
Hunger: -2%
Thirst: -3%
Energy Restoration: +0.5% (20 t)
 
 
1 2 days Few eat barberries without necessity - they're mostly used to treat a plethora of ailments.
Rotten Barberry
Rotten Barberry
1×1 0 Berry
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -3%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 It falls apart into foul-smelling mush at the slightest touch. Disgusting.
Bilberry
Bilberry
1×1 5 Berry
Hunger: -2%
Thirst: -3%
Intoxication Change: +0.1% (20 t)
 
1 2 days Aldorian herbalists regard bilberries as a trusted remedy for stomach aches.
Rotten Bilberry
Rotten Bilberry
1×1 0 Berry
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -3%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 It falls apart into foul-smelling mush at the slightest touch. Disgusting.
Blueberry
Blueberry
1×1 5 Berry
Hunger: -2%
Thirst: -3%
Bleed Resistance: +2.5% (20 t)
 
 
1 2 days Sweet, with a touch of pleasant sourness. Simply delicious.
Rotten Blueberry
Rotten Blueberry
1×1 0 Berry
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -3%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 It falls apart into foul-smelling mush at the slightest touch. Disgusting.
Gooseberry
Gooseberry
1×1 5 Berry
Hunger: -2%
Thirst: -3%
Healing Efficiency: +3% (30 t)
 
 
1 2 days It’s tart enough to sour one's mood.
Rotten Gooseberry
Rotten Gooseberry
1×1 0 Berry
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -3%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 It falls apart into foul-smelling mush at the slightest touch. Disgusting.
Lingonberry
Lingonberry
1×1 5 Berry
Hunger: -2%
Thirst: -3%
Pain Change: -0.1% (20 t)
 
1 2 days Tasty and good for one's health - any healer worth their salt can use boreal lingonberry in at least a dozen remedies.
Rotten Lingonberry
Rotten Lingonberry
1×1 0 Berry
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -3%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 It falls apart into foul-smelling mush at the slightest touch. Disgusting.
Raspberry
Raspberry
1×1 5 Berry
Hunger: -2%
Thirst: -3%
Morale: +0.50%
 
1 2 days So juicy that it almost asks to be devoured by the handful.
Rotten Raspberry
Rotten Raspberry
1×1 0 Berry
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -3%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 It falls apart into foul-smelling mush at the slightest touch. Disgusting.
Carrot
Carrot
1×1 5 Vegetable
Hunger: -5%
Immunity: +1%
 
1 15 days An excellent garnish... once you wash the dirt off.
Rotten Carrot
Rotten Carrot
1×1 0 Vegetable
Morale: -5%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 Eating this doesn't seem like a good idea.
Baked Potato
Baked Potato
1×1 4 Vegetable
Hunger: -7%
 
1 4 days Makes for a great campfire dinner.
Potato
Potato
1×1 5 Vegetable
Hunger: -5%
Morale: -1%
 
1 15 days You can eat it raw. But why would you?
Rotten Potato
Rotten Potato
1×1 0 Vegetable
Morale: -5%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 This is only good as a fertilizer.
Leek
Leek
1×1 5 Vegetable
Hunger: -3%
Intoxication Change: -0.10% (45 t)
Immunity: +3%
 
1 3 days Fresh, green and crispy.
Rotten Leek
Rotten Leek
1×1 0 Vegetable
Hunger: -1%
Immunity: -5%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 Looks somewhat... wilted.
Onion
Onion
1×1 5 Vegetable
Hunger: -3%
Intoxication: -3%
Immunity: +3%
 
1 15 days Has layers and is more than it appears.
Rotten Onion
Rotten Onion
1×1 0 Vegetable
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 Turned brown under the sun and started sprouting little white hairs.
Garlic
Garlic
1×1 4 Vegetable
Hunger: -3%
Intoxication: -2%
Immunity: +5%
Unholy Resistance: +1% (90 t)
 
 
1 15 days Commoners sincerely believe that its smell scares away evil spirits. In reality it scares away pretty much everyone.
Rotten Garlic
Rotten Garlic
1×1 0 Vegetable
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 You want some advice? Do not eat this.
White Radish
White Radish
1×1 5 Vegetable
Hunger: -3%
Hunger Change: -0.10% (20 t)
Immunity: +1%
 
1 7 days This vegetable was brought to Aldor from the Jacinth Kingdoms. It wasn't that long ago but it has already managed to take root.
Rotten White Radish
Rotten White Radish
1×1 0 Vegetable
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 Not so white anymore.
Beet
Beet
1×1 5 Vegetable
Hunger: -5%
Immunity: +2%
 
1 7 days So very ripe.
Rotten Beet
Rotten Beet
1×1 0 Vegetable
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 Put it back where you found it.
Tomato
Tomato
1×1 8 Vegetable
Hunger: -5%
Thirst: -5%
Immunity: +2%
 
1 4 days The elves brought many unusual crops to Aldor. Tomato is one of them. Some madmen claim it's a berry.
Rotten Tomato
Rotten Tomato
1×1 0 Vegetable
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause vomiting.
1 Frequent dinner of a bad minstrel.
Roasted Acorn
Roasted Acorn
1×1 2 Herb
Hunger: -2%
Intoxication: -1%
 
1 Not the most filling meal in Aldor, but... one could do worse.
Acorn
Acorn
1×1 2 Herb
Hunger: -1%
Intoxication: -2%
 
1 During more peaceful times acorns would be fed to pigs. These days destitute villagers prefer to hog them for themselves.
Ginger Root
Ginger Root
1×1 35 Herb
Hunger Resistance: +5% (60 t)
Intoxication Change: -0.25% (60 t)
Immunity: +5%
 
Removes the effects of being drunk.
1 An elven plant with tart taste and fragrant aroma. It's said that it helps with hangovers and other... ailments.
Bread
Bread
1×1 12 Pastry
Hunger: -20%
Thirst: +5%
 
1 5 days A good chunk of rustic bread. Sticks to the teeth.
Moldy Bread
Moldy Bread
1×1 0 Pastry
Hunger: -3%
Thirst: +10%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 It's covered with a thick layer of mold.
Flatbread
Flatbread
1×1 11 Pastry
Hunger: -10%
Hunger Resistance: +3% (60 t)
 
1 3 days A flatbread made of wheat flour is a common lunch of poor city folks.
Spoiled Flatbread
Spoiled Flatbread
1×1 0 Pastry
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 This certainly won't sate your hunger.
Pancakes
Pancakes
1×1 20 Pastry
Hunger: -20%
Hunger Resistance: +5% (60 t)
Morale: +4%
 
1 3 days A stack of appetising honey pancakes. Looks like they're still warm.
Spoiled Pancakes
Spoiled Pancakes
1×1 0 Pastry
Hunger: -2%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 They don't smell good at all.
Pretzel
Pretzel
1×1 16 Pastry
Hunger: -15%
Hunger Resistance: +5% (30 t)
Morale: +2%
 
1 4 days A tastefully salty pretzel. Pretty nourishing.
Spoiled Pretzel
Spoiled Pretzel
1×1 0 Pastry
Morale: -5%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 This certainly won't sate your hunger.
Bilberry Pie
Bilberry Pie
2×2 50 Pastry
Hunger: -20%
Hunger Resistance: +7.50% (60 t)
Sanity Change: +0.10% (60 t)
 
4 5 days Not a single major celebration in Aldor is complete without a bilberry pie. Any reputable hostess has a personal take on this scrumptious dish.
Spoiled Bilberry Pie
Spoiled Bilberry Pie
2×2 0 Pastry
Hunger: -2%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause Vomiting.
4 Alas, the festives had come to an end before anyone had a chance to eat it.
Peasant Stew
Peasant Stew
2×1 10 Dish
Hunger: -10%
Thirst: -5%
 
1 2 days Cooked with whatever was at hand. Helps fill the belly a bit.
Spoiled Peasant Stew
Spoiled Peasant Stew
2×1 0 Dish
Hunger: -2%
Thirst: -1%
Morale: -10%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 Just pour it out already.
Lentil Soup
Lentil Soup
2×1 15 Dish
Hunger: -20%
Thirst: -5%
Sanity: +3%
 
1 2 days Lentil foods help you keep it together. This soup is no exception.
Spoiled Lentil Soup
Spoiled Lentil Soup
2×1 0 Dish
Hunger: -2%
Thirst: -1%
Morale: -10%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 This lentil soup will just ruin your day.
Roasted Penny Bun
Roasted Penny Bun
1×1 6 Mushroom
Hunger: -4%
Hunger Resistance: +3% (30 t)
Morale: +1%
Health Restoration: +1%
 
 
1 1 day This rich mushroom aroma can be enjoyed indefinitely.
Penny Bun
Penny Bun
1×1 6 Mushroom
Hunger: -1%
Hunger Resistance: +1% (30 t)
Health Restoration: +2%
 
 
1 2 days Folks say that penny buns are good for one's health... And they taste splendidly to boot.
Rotten Penny Bun
Rotten Penny Bun
1×1 0 Mushroom
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -5%
Health Restoration: +1% (0 t)
 
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 Just a handful of useless, rotting mushroom flesh.
Roasted Pinecap
Roasted Pinecap
1×1 5 Mushroom
Hunger: -3%
Hunger Resistance: +3% (0 t)
Morale: +1%
 
1 1 day Not the most filling snack but an undeniably tasty one.
Pinecap
Pinecap
1×1 5 Mushroom
Hunger: -2%
Intoxication: -1%
Energy Replenishment: +2%
 
1 2 days Herbalists claim that raw pinecaps can absorb poisons and grant vigor.
Rotten Pinecap
Rotten Pinecap
1×1 0 Mushroom
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 Just a handful of useless, rotting mushroom flesh.
Roasted Fly Agaric
Roasted Fly Agaric
1×1 4 Mushroom
Hunger: -3%
Intoxication: +10%
Pain: -5%
Pain Resistance:
Sanity: -5%
 
 
1 1 day Thoroughly boiling and roasting fly agarics makes them almost perfectly safe to consume.
Rotten Fly Agaric
Rotten Fly Agaric
1×1 4 Mushroom
Hunger: -1%
Intoxication: +20%
Sanity: -10%
Morale: -10%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 Just a handful of useless, rotting mushroom flesh.
Roasted Death Cap
Roasted Death Cap
1×1 3 Mushroom
Intoxication: -100%
Sanity: -100%
 
It's not worth it, really.
1 1 day If you are certain that you want to eat it - go ahead.
Roasted Chanterelle
Roasted Chanterelle
1×1 3 Mushroom
Hunger: -1%
Morale: +1%
Morale Change: +0.10% (20 x)
 
1 1 day Properly roasted chanterelles gives them a golden color and an irresistible taste.
Chanterelle
Chanterelle
1×1 3 Mushroom
Hunger: -1%
 
1 2 days It has the faintest either fruity or earthy aroma.
Rotten Chanterelle
Rotten Chanterelle
1×1 0 Mushroom
Hunger: -1%
Morale: -5%
 
May cause poisoning or vomiting.
1 Just a handful of useless, rotting mushroom flesh.
Convict's Hand
Convict's Hand
1×2 0
This item is required to receive the reward for your contract.
1 The convict's brand is clearly visible on the back of this hand - such markings are burned into the skin before sending a criminal to the quarries.


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