Skills

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All characters in Cantr have a set of skills. When you character spawns, a combination of the genes of two other characters on that location, with some random variation, will determine your character's genes. These genes will stay constant for the duration of your character's lifetime. The genes are the initial values of the skills of your character. Skills can change during the character's lifetime.

When working on a project or being involved in fighting or hunting, skills appear along the following spectrum. From least to most effective: Awkwardly, Novicely, Efficiently, Skillfully, Expertly. The skill is listed in the character description. If no skill is listed, that means none is applicable and everyone is equally efficient at that particular project.

Physical strength

This skill increases every time you attack an animal or another character. The size of the increase is directly proportional to the amount of force you use.

Animal husbandry

This skill is used in various activities concerning domestication of, or actions on domesticated animals. Among them taming, adopting, milking, shearing, collecting and butchering.

Building

Determines your ability to work on buildings and landmarks etc.

Burying

This skill affects your ability to bury people fast.

Carpenting

Used in many wood projects.

Collecting

This skill affects how efficiently you can collect some of the resources, like blackberries and seaweed.

Cooking

This skill affects your cooking skills, ranging from baking bread to mixing herbs.

Digging

This skill affects how fast you can dig for stone, sand, salt, marble, and limestone.

Drilling

This skill affects how fast you can dig for oil, or use a drilling machine.

Farming

This skill affects the speed of and is trained with farming, including the use of harvesting machines.

Fighting

This skill increases every time you attack another character. The size of the increase is directly proportional to the amount of force you use.

When you attack another person, your power is affected by your health, your level of tiredness, your fighting skill, and your physical strength.

Fishing

This skill affects how efficiently you can fish, and is trained when you are fishing.

Foresting

This skill affects the speed of getting wood, collecting rubber, and some fruits that grow on trees.

Gardening

This skill affects how good you are at gardening for flowers and herbs.

Hunting

This skill increases every time you attack an animal. The size of the increase is directly proportional to the amount of force you use.

When you attack an animal, your power is affected by your health, your level of tiredness, your hunting skill, and your physical strength.

Manufacturing

This skill affects how good you are at manufacturing a range of things that didn't fit in the tools, machines, vehicles, shields and weapons categories. This includes engines, electronics, ceramics, lenses, buckles, zippers and other small components.

Manufacturing machines

Comes into play when manufacturing different types of machines.

Manufacturing tools

Used when manufacturing tools or repairing them.

Manufacturing vehicles

Used when building land vehicles. (Category: Land Vehicles)

Manufacturing weapons

Used when manufacturing weapons or shields or when repairing those.

Mining

This skill affects (and is trained with) gathering of most metals and the crushing of them.

Refining

This affects your ability to refine ores.

Shipbuilding

Used for building ships and boats and other transports used on water. (Category: Water Vehicles)

Smelting

This skill affects your skill at smelting some metals.

Tailoring

This skill affects all manufacturing of clothes, as well as the preparation of many cloth materials.

Walking

Not yet implemented