Campfire

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Campfire

Icon campfire.png

Weight
4.0

Durability
100

Survival
Details
Knowledge
Adventuring
Source
Crafting
Type
Crafting Stations
Stack Size
3
Fuel
1

x

Burn Rate 30 sec
1

x

Burn Rate 15 sec
1

x

Burn Rate 7.5 sec
Crafting
Prerequisites
Skill
Survival (Rank 1)
Player Level
4
Ingredients
2

x


16

x


12

x


Schematics
Icon straw.png
Icon cooked meat.png
Icon spiced meat.png
Icon cooked mushrooms.png
Icon fine cooked meat.png
Data
ID
6
Spawn Command
Cheat GiveItemNum 6 1 0 0

Description[edit | edit source]

A common structure used to cook various foods. Also used to provide heat and light. especially useful when trekking through the snowy regions of Arthos, and keeping you alert at night.

Used for cooking raw meat and whitecap mushrooms. Also used to dry grass into straw.

Use straw or wood as fuel. Wood produces charcoal as it burns.

Quote[edit | edit source]

A basic campfire used for cooking Add some kindling and raw food to prepare a hearty meal. Construct anywhere outside a city.
~ In-game description

Comparison of Heat Sources[edit | edit source]

Anything that uses some sort of flame will give off Heat nearby, raising the Temperature of any players near it. This includes:

Fire Source Hypothermal insulation Hyperthermal insulation Range*
100 -50 800
100 -50 800
280 -110 1600
100 -50 800
100 -50 800
100 -50 800

* The range is given in the in-game units. 800 units is about 2 and a half foundations. The closer you are to a fire source, the more insulation you get (given insulation numbers can be met when standing closely to the fire source).

The effects from multiple heat sources can stack. Consider the advantages and disadvantages when placing heat-generating structures close together.

Tip: Campfire and Standing Torch give the same hypo and hyperthermal insulation, so it is better to use Standing Torches when you decide to warm up in cold areas because they are cheaper to craft and consume less fuel.