These are all tools to help players complete actions such as cultivating, cutting down trees, and breaking rocks. Each action will consume an amount of Stamina Point.
Tools have several levels:
(*) Tools that are Copper and above will have durability for each tool. Each time used will decrease 1 point durability. When used up all durability, farmers can't use that tool and can only sell to Shop or bring to NPC Blacksmith to repair it.
An axe is a tool mainly used to collect wood. This tool is used for cutting down trees and remove stumps to harvest wood.
The player will be received the wooden axe at the start of the game. If the player wants to cut down bigger tree and bigger stump, they need to have a better Axe.
Use the Axe to cut down trees and remove stumps.
- Wooden Axe: Can chop small tree (1x1).
- Copper Axe: Can chop small tree (1x1) and tall tree (1x1).
- Silver Axe: Can chop small tree (1x1), tall tree (1x1) and large tree (2x2).
The hoe is the main tool used to till the land so the player can cultivate in the land. Wooden Hoe will be given to player for free at the start of the game.
The hoe has many levels and has different uses.
Use the Hoe to till the land so that you can start cultivate.
Watering can can be used to water plants. Player needs to water the plant constantly to help your plant to grow. Wooden Watering Can will be given to player for free at the start of the game. Watering can have many level and different area of effect.
Use the Watering Can to water the plants. Plants will not grow without water.
Pickaxes are mainly used to break rocks or ores. Pickaxes are essential tools to collect stones, mineral ores, and rare gems. Wooden Pickaxe will be given to player for free at the start of the game. It is also used to un-till soil that has been tilled with a Hoe.
Use the Pickaxe to break the stone
Use the Pickaxe to un-till soil that has been tilled with a Hoe.
- Wooden Axe: Can break small rock (1x1).
- Copper Axe: Can break small rock (1x1) and hard rock (1x1).
- Silver Axe: Can break small rock (1x1), hard rock (1x1) and huge rock (2x2).