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Table of Contents (hide)

  1.   1.  Items and Use
  2.   2.  Inventory
    1.   2.1  Crafted Goods
    2.   2.2  Equipment & Tools
    3.   2.3  Food and Cookware
    4.   2.4  Materials
    5.   2.5  Medical Supplies
    6.   2.6  Specialty Items
    7.   2.7  Weaponry

» See Salsola's Clinic page for a more expansive inventory related to medicinal needs
» See Salsola's Garden page for more information on Salsola's fresh plant inventory
» See Salsola's War Room page for additional inventory related to weaponry

On the southern coast a short walk from both Millstone Village and The Ruins, a small hump of land hunkers against the loch's stiff breeze. It at first seems to be the average esker or drumlin, just another patch of land showing sign of past glaciation. Upon closer inspection, one realizes there is a thick and heavy oak door in the hillside itself, half-disguised by overgrowth from the hillock it sits within.

Disguised in this way from any non-Salsolan eyes, the Storage unit is better described as an underground bunker than it is a shed or a house. Due to the nature of being enclosed on all sides by earth, it is exceptionally good at maintaining an even, low temperature, perfect for the storing of treated or preserved foods. Sectioned by category, it is an orderly, monitored affair.

Salsola's storage unit is a single room no larger than twelve by twelve feet (3.6 meters x 3.6 meters). The pack uses this area to store public goods such as dishes, dried plants, or anything else they're comfortable sharing. There are sturdy wooden shelving units in the storage shed, leftover from the humans, as well as Luperci-crafted cupboards, crates, and barrels for storage. There isn’t any lighting to be had within the underground bunker, and one must typically leave the door open or light a candle to rift through the items stored towards the back of the room.


1.  Items and Use

  • All members are encouraged to give items over to Salsola as a whole. Placing things of practical use within the storage shed is seen as a gain for Salsola, and can result in positive opportunities for your character.
  • Members are free to use these items however they see fit. Of course, excessive "take" without much "give" in return (i.e., if your character continually loots the storage shed, yet does not provide anything of value in return) may result in consequences if discovered by the leadership.
  • Salsola adheres to the Tagging System -- pay attention to the tags, as they designate what an item can be used for.
  • Please update the item quantity when you have made use of it or add to it. If you do not want to update the Wiki or cannot, please let us know to update it.

2.  Inventory

Note: Categories, groups, and items within are alphabetized.

  • Not all items on this inventory list are actually stored in Storage itself, and are listed here more to have a common place of reference rather than having to sift through multiple pages. Some items may be found where they are most often used, or, are provided better storage for (ex. the carts would be better stored in one of the barns in Marrgerd or Grimrun).

2.1  Crafted Goods

Item Amount Tags Item Description & Usage

Accessories

Bracelets x08 [FT!]
  • Bracelets, various makes, materials, and designs.
  • Contribution notes »
Earrings, paired x07 [FT!]
  • Paired earrings, various makes, materials, and designs.
    • One set is a pair of valuable diamond earrings
  • Contribution notes »
  • Seven (to include a valuable pair of diamond earrings) earrings were spoils from the First Boreas Conflict in 2012.

Bags & Containers

Bags, burlap Small supply [NT!]
  • Burlap bags, best for transporting or holding goods like mulch or food items.
Bags, leather Large supply [FT!]
  • Leather bags of various sizes. None of these items are decorated or otherwise embellished.
  • Contribution notes »
Jars, clay Small supply [NT!]
  • Clay jars of various sizes of simple make and design.
Jars, wooden Small supply [NT!]
  • Wooden jars of various sizes of simple make and design.
Plastic containers x04 [NT!]
  • Plastic containers, cloudy and much abused, but will hold water or other liquids.
  • Contribution notes »
Water Skins Small supply [NT!]
  • Water skins, made from animal bladders or leather.
Woven Read Baskets Small supply [NT!]
  • Luperci-made baskets woven from reeds. They vary in size from small to large. A few come with handles of willow and reed.
  • Meant for storage use, such as harvested fruit or items of value for trade.

Books

Carpentry Books x02 [RE!]
  • Unknown authors.
  • Re-written from found text, the books outline information about material, planning, and design.
Horse Care & Pauson Pedigree Book x01 [RE!]
  • Unknown author.
  • Re-written from found text and personal experience, a thick volume-book that outlines details in regards to the care and keeping of horses.
  • The back half of the book contains a written pedigree of Salsola's Pauson Horses.

Clothing

Cloaks x05 [NT!]
  • Cloaks, simple and of average grade
  • Contribution notes »
Shift Dresses x10 [NT!]
  • Shift dresses, varying material, well-made, some have prints or little embroidery.
  • Contribution notes »
Unisex Leather Clothing x02 [NT!]
  • Unisex set of leather clothing, average grade
  • Contribution notes »

Miscellaneous

Blankets Small supply [NT!]
  • Various blankets made from a variety of materials (cloth, wool, animal fur).
Rope Medium supply [NT!]
  • Bundles of ropes that vary in length and thickness.

2.2  Equipment & Tools

Item Amount Tags Item Description & Notes

Carts

Cart, covered x01 [RE!]
  • Capable of seating one Luperci in the front. Cargo space is large. Depending on the load size, the cart may require two horses to pull it. Additionally, this cart has a canvas-covered top, which is frequently used to help disguise the cart.
  • Contribution notes »
Cart, open x01 [RE!]
  • Capable of seating two Luperci in the front. Cargo space is moderate. Depending on the load size, the cart may require two horses to pull it.
  • Contribution notes »

Horse Items

Reins and headgear x05 [NT!]
  • Simple reins and headgear.
  • Contribution notes »
Saddles x05 [NT!]
  • Western-styled saddles, leather of various quality.
  • Contribution notes »
Saddle bags x08 [NT!]
  • Leather saddle bags.
  • Contribution notes »

Tools

Farming Scythes x04 [RE!]
  • Farming scythes, made of sharpened stone with handles that are straight wood, held together with sinew and hoof glue.
    • Long and thin bladed-scythes – most efficient for mowing grass or wheat
    • Shorter, more robust scythes – more appropriate for clearing weeds, cutting reed or sedge, and can be used with the blade under water for clearing ditches and waterways
  • Contribution notes »
Fish Hooks Small supply [NT!]
  • Fish hooks of various makes and crafted from a variety of materials.
    • Bone – carved bone, durable and of good quality, liable to break after multiple uses
    • Metal (poor quality) – relatively soft, easily-bended metal; care must be taken with these in order to not break or otherwise ruin them
    • Wood – hardwood and are surprisingly sharp
  • Contribution notes »
  • Two poor-quality metal and two wood hooks were traded for in Freetown.
  • Three bone hooks were donated by Kamari Kaiser.
Torches x20 [NO!]
  • Constructed of a thick stick with one end wrapped with a pitch-soaked rag.
  • These are used to light the gathering place of the Feasting Hall during pack celebrations and events; usage is prohibited for any other purpose. However, members are still free to have their characters construct torches — and even add to Salsola's supply!
  • Contribution notes »
Utility Knives x02 [RE!]
  • Utility knives, capable of various purposes and with a very well-made blade.
  • Contribution notes »
Woodworking Tools Medium supply [RE!]
  • Various carpentry tools -- hammer, nails, saws, etc. -- gathered for various construction projects.

2.3  Food and Cookware

Item Amount Tags Item Description & Usage

Alcohol

Mead Small supply [NT!]
  • Luperci-made.
  • These are regularly used as refreshments during pack celebrations and events.
Moonshine Small supply [NT!]
  • Luperci-made.
  • These are regularly used as refreshments during pack celebrations and events.
Vodka Small supply [NT!]
  • Luperci-made.
  • These are regularly used as refreshments during pack celebrations and events.
Whiskey Small supply [NT!]
  • Luperci-made.
  • These are regularly used as refreshments during pack celebrations and events.
  • Contribution notes »
Wine Medium supply [NT!]
  • Luperci-made.
  • These are regularly used as refreshments during pack celebrations and events.

Food

Assorted Spices Small supply [NT!]
  • Assorted spices, used primarily in cooking.
    • 3 satchels are domestic to Portland, and provide a rich flavor
  • Contribution notes »
Cheese Curds Small supply [NT!]
  • Small, tasty pieces of cheese curds courtesy of Katinka Holt.
  • Notes: Spoils quickly
Eggs Fluctuates [FT!]
  • Eggs, collected from Salsola's communal chickens.
Flour Small supply [NT!]
  • Flour, used in baking and cooking.
  • Contribution notes »
  • A small satchel of coarse-grained flour was traded for and donated by Clementine Salcedo.
Honey Small supply [NT!]
  • Jars of honey, collected from Salsola's bees. Can be used for medicinal purposes as well.
Milk, cow Fluctuates [FT!]
  • Bags of cow milk, collected from Salsola's communal cattle when nursing a calf.
  • Notes: Spoils quickly, and is only available when a cow is nursing.
Milk, goat/sheep Fluctuates [FT!]
  • Bags of goat or sheep milk, collected from Salsola's communal goats and sheep when nursing young.
  • Notes: Spoils quickly, and is only available when a doe or ewe is nursing.
Meat, salted Large supply [FT!]
  • Various fish and game.
  • Salted meat that has been gathered for leaner seasons or for consumption on trips outside of Salsola. Trading this stock during lean times is, obviously, prohibited.
Meat, smoked Large supply [FT!]
  • Various fish and game.
  • Smoked meat that has been gathered for leaner seasons or for consumption on trips outside of Salsola. Trading this stock during lean times is, obviously, prohibited.
Salt Medium supply [NT!]
  • Salt, used for baking, cooking, or food preparation.
  • Contribution notes »
Vinegar Small supply [NT!]
  • Vinegar, used in cooking and food preservation, and has a variety of other domestic uses.
  • Contribution notes »

Cook & Tableware

Bowls Large supply [NT!]
  • Bowls of various sizes. A vast majority are wood-carved, though, there are a few that are ceramic, and a smaller amount still that are false china.
  • These are primarily used for the Feasting Hall during pack celebrations and events.
  • Contribution notes »
Plates Large supply [NT!]
  • Plates of various sizes. A vast majority are wood-carved, though, there are a few that are ceramic.
  • These are primarily used for the Feasting Hall during pack celebrations and events.
Pots, cast-iron Small supply [RE!]
  • Cast-iron pots, used for cooking.
  • These are primarily used for cooking dishes for pack celebrations and events.
  • Contribution notes »
Pots, metal Small supply [RE!]
  • Metal pots, used for cooking.
  • These are primarily used for cooking dishes for pack celebrations and events.

2.4  Materials

Item Amount Tags Item Description & Usage

Animal-based

Beeswax Small supply [NT!]
  • Pieces of honeycomb, collected from Salsola's bees. Can be consumed or used in foods, though, is more often used for candles or medicinal purposes.
Feathers Large supply [FT!]
Feathers, peacock Small supply [FT!]
  • Peacock tail feathers, collected from molted or otherwise dropped feathers from Salsola's peacock, Noble.
Hide glue Medium supply [FT!]
  • Glue made from animal rawhide. Stored, they are small, gelatinous-like “cakes” or patties to allow for easy travel and storage. [1]
    • Heat the patty in water and mix to turn into actual glue. Apply as needed and allow to dry.
  • Contribution notes »
Leather Medium supply [FT!]
  • Cured leather of varying sizes, made from a variety of animals (most typically deer). Has not been stitched or cut.
  • Contribution notes »
Leather strips Large supply [FT!]
  • Cured leather strips of varying lengths. Can be used for a variety of things, from ties to wrapping weapon handles to clothing to accessories.
  • Contribution notes »
  • A large quantity of leather strips were donated by Kamari Kaiser.
Pelts, beaver Small supply [NT!]
  • Beaver pelts. High quality, winter fur.
  • Contribution notes »
Pelts, bobcat Small supply [NT!]
  • Bobcat pelts. High quality, winter fur.
  • Contribution notes »
Pelts, fox Small supply [NT!]
  • Fox pelts. High quality, winter fur. Most are native red foxes, though, one may be lucky enough to find a rarer coloration among them.
  • Contribution notes »
  • Four red fox pelts were donated by Heine Kaiser.
  • Two red fox pelts and one red fox (silver) pelt were donated by Kamari Kaiser.
Pelts, reindeer Small supply [NT!]
  • Reindeer pelts. Extremely well-tanned hides, with the animal’s thick winter fur still on.
  • Contribution notes »
  • Twelve pelts were traded from Inferni.
Pelts, various Large supply [FT!]
  • Cured pelts from various common and local animals (deer, rabbits, raccoons, etc.). There are a variety of sizes, colors, thicknesses, etc. All of the pelts, obviously, have fur; nothing has been cured into leather, stitched, or cut.
  • While most pelts are in superb condition, some have holes or other imperfections making them unsuitable for craft purposes. However, a particularly clever canine might still be able to put them to use.
  • Contribution notes »
  • A large quantity was regularly donated by Heine Kaiser from 2015-2018.
  • Various pelts are regularly donated by Kamari Kaiser.
Sinew Large supply [FT!]
  • Bundles of sinew of varying length made from various animals. Can be used for a variety of things, from stitching for clothing or medical purposes, cord for weaponry, to bow strings to name a few.
  • Contribution notes »
  • A large quantity of sinew bundles were donated by Kamari Kaiser.
Tallow Large supply [FT!]
  • Made rendering beef or mutton fat.
  • Uses: soap, leather conditioner, food ingredient, candle-making, lubricant, medicinal (base for salves)
Whale Oil Large supply [FT!]
  • Made from boiling whale blubber. High quality.
  • Uses: lamp fuel, coating candle wicks, combing wool, food ingredient
  • Contribution notes »
Wool Large supply [FT!]
Wool, cashmere Medium supply [NT!]
  • Cashmere wool, collected annually from Salsola's communal goats.

Other

Charcoal Pencils Small supply [NT!]
  • Charcoal, a common instrument for writing, though, it does tend to leave one's hands dirty.
  • Contribution notes »
Flint Stones Small supply [NT!]
  • Stones that produce sparks when struck with metal.
  • Uses: starting fires
Parchment Small supply [NT!]
  • Sheets of modest-grade parchment that can be used for a variety of literary purposes.
  • Contribution notes »
Pine Pitch Small supply [NT!]
  • Made from mixing pine resin and charcoal. Harder than Pine Tar, stored in jars.
    • To use, heat in a container while gradually mixing until it becomes viscous (liquid-like); avoid boiling. Once heated, remove and allow to cool. Once relatively cooled, apply and mold as desired before allowing to dry. [2]
  • Uses: glue, torches (Salsola’s main usage of this item), waterproofing items
  • Notes: Pine pitch becomes brittle in cold weather, and items coated in it will likely need to have it reapplied as needed
Pine Tar Small supply [NT!]
  • Made from the oil of smoking pine wood until it charcoals. More liquid than Pine Pitch, stored in jars.
    • To craft, put a container to catch the oil in the ground. Above it, place a container with holes in the bottom to allow the moisture and oil to drop into the container below; this top container will house the pine wood. Fill and seal the top container, and light a fire around it. Burn until the wood inside the top container becomes charcoal. Remove top container to find the oil drippings (pine tar) in bottom container. [3]
  • Uses: wood preservative and sealant, waterproofing wood and fiber materials, medicinal (antiseptic), soaps (for skin conditions)
  • Notes: Pine tar is especially sought after for wood used maritime use (see shipbuilding)
Whetstones Small supply [NT!]
  • Stones used to help sharpen blade edges.
    • Be sure to lubricate with water before beginning sharpening process.

2.5  Medical Supplies

» See Salsola's Clinic page for a more expansive inventory related to medicinal needs
» See Salsola's Garden page for more information on Salsola's fresh plant inventory

Item Amount Tags Item Description & Usage

Medicinal Books

Medical Book x01 [RE!]
  • Unknown author.
  • Re-written from found text, contains instructions on basic and more advanced first-aid techniques.
Single Volume x01 [RE!]
  • Written by Odessa D'Angelo.
  • Contains information on all the plants (the medicinal/drug ones) in the Garden, their uses, a sketched image, and how to prepare them. Any member may reference the medicinal plants therein.

Dried Plants

Lavender Medium supply [NT!]
  • Dried Lavender flowers.
  • Contribution notes »
Medicinal Herbs Small supply [NT!]
  • Various jars and pouches of medicinal herb bundles with clear labeling of their intended usage
Mint Large amount [FT!]
  • Dried Mint leaves.
  • Contribution notes »
  • Isabella Heiwa picked some from an aggressive growth on Salsola grounds.
Sage Small supply [NT!]
  • Dried Sage leaves.
  • Contribution notes »
Tobacco Medium supply [NT!]
  • Dried tobacco leaves.
  • Contribution notes »

Bandages

Cloth bandages Large supply [FT!]
  • Clean, woven cloth that serve as bandages for wounded members. These are Luperci-made, and vary in grade. Some are thin and others are thick.

2.6  Specialty Items

Item Amount Tags Item Description & Usage

Nose Rings

Nose Rings x08 [FT!]
  • Rings appropriate for use in canine septum piercings. The vast majority of the rings are gold or gold-plated. These were used previously to mark slaves.
  • Contribution notes »
  • These were originally traded for on a 2011 Freetown trip.
Obsidian Dagger x01 [RE!]
  • This is used for the Cotona ritual of adding the Hand of Eris to a member of Salsola.
  • This item is not allowed to be used for any purpose other than the Cotona ritual. While Salsolans aren't exactly barred from handling or moving the knife, the Segno should always have priority use of this item.
Spyglass x01 [RE!]
  • High-powered spyglass, capable of seeing distances of up to 200 feet (60 meters).
  • The item has considerable value, and Salsolans are well-advised to treat it with extreme care.
  • Contribution notes »

2.7  Weaponry

» See Salsola's War Room page for additional inventory related to weaponry

Item Amount Tags Item Description & Notes

Bladed Weapons

Daggers x06 [NT!]
  • Daggers, made from antler, bone, or metal.
    • Similar to a knife, however, the tip of a dagger ends in a point, and is best used as a stabbing weapon
  • Contribution notes »
Knives x07 [NT!]
  • Knives, made from antler, bone, or metal.
    • Similar to a dagger, however, knives typically have one cutting edge, have a rounded edge that comes to a point, and is primarily used for cutting and slicing, though, can be used for stabbing
  • Contribution notes »
Swords x07 [NT!]
  • Swords, made of metal.
  • Contribution notes »
Throwing axe (paired) x02 [NT!]
  • Paired axes, made with a metal head and wooden handle; smaller and shorter handle, lighter in weight, and balanced for throwing purposes.
  • Contribution notes »

Polearms & Staffs

Spears x02 [NT!]
  • Spears, made with an antler, bone, metal, or stone spearhead and wooden shaft
  • Contribution notes »
  • Two antler-pointed and wood spears were donated by Siv Helsi.

Ranged

Arrows Large supply [FT!]
  • Arrows, wood shaft with arrowheads made from antler, bone, stone, or, more rarely, metal.
  • Contribution notes »

Other

Gauntlets x02 [NT!]
  • Gauntlets, made from leather with simple buckle fastens; meant to protect one’s knuckles, hand, wrist, and lower forearm
Shields x02 [NT!]
  • Shields, made of thick wood, wood with metal finishes, or metal


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