|Rot and repair|
|Rot||8 points per day|
41 points per day of use
|Repair||180 points per hour|
Description and uses
A whip is a tapered flexible length of either a single cord or plaited (braided) leather or other material, commonly with a stiff handle. Whips are used to produce a loud sharp sound—a "crack"—to drive or direct livestock or harnessed animals.
When rapidly shaken at the base, whips "crack" and make a loud noise because their tails have broken the sound barrier.
Other devices made of straps and used to strike human beings or animals as a means of control or punishment or torture are sometimes also called whips—though they do not crack. These may include riding crops, horse whips, and various flogging instruments.
The above information was taken from the Wikipedia article at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whip.