|Weight||2.0 kg / 4.40 lbs|
|Burning Time||60 min/kg|
|“|| Firelog made of chemicals and compressed shavings. Doesn't throw off much heat.|
The Firelog burns for about two (2) hours, and increases the probability of successfully lighting a fire by 7%. Used exclusively, a 'full' fire will have a heat of about 21 degrees Celsius on average, indeed not much heat.
A great fuel source for a fire, at least if you consider the burning duration. Not as good as cedar, weight-wise. At two kilos each, these will weigh you down and are not really practical outside of your main shelter.
|Animal-based||Black bear hide (fresh, cured) • Crow feather • Deer hide (fresh, cured) • Gut (fresh, cured) • Cured leather • Wolf pelt (fresh, cured) • Rabbit pelt (fresh, cured)|
|Plant-based||Old man's beard lichen • Rose hip • Reishi mushroom • Birch sapling (green, cured) • Maple sapling (green, cured)|
|Firewood||Book • Cedar firewood • Coal • Fir firewood • Firelog • Reclaimed wood • Stick|
|Tinder||Birch bark • Cat tail head • Tinder plug • Newsprint • Newsprint roll|
|Miscellaneous||Arrow shaft • Arrowhead • Cloth • Scrap metal||Up-to-date as of version 0.301.|