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  1. This is my first mod for Vintage Story, or any game for that matter. It adds larger storage capacity chests to the game. The recipes are simply adding a plate of the metal tier to the previous tier chest in the player crafting grid. For example: the Copper Chest takes a Wooden Chest + Copper Plate. Bronze Chest takes Copper Chest + any bronze plate. Iron Chest takes any Bronze Chest + Iron Plate. I feel the recipes are fair enough. Every chest can be made into the "Labeled" version by adding a sign to it just like the wooden chest. Labeled chests can be upgraded to the next tier as well. These chests are based on the vanilla wooden chest so they behave and interact the same. They can be reinforced and are lockable. Known Issues: In the GUI the chests will show the Copper Chest as the "Drops when broken" item for all chests. This issue has been resolved with VS v1.13.4. These bigger inventories cause the GUI window for the storage to be taller and eventually have a scroll bar. If you have multiple of these chests open at once they will run off the top and bottom of the screen. In order to resolve this you can set your GUI size to 7 or lower and they will scale down and fit properly. If you don't want to use a smaller GUI scale you could set the windows to movable and arrange them to where they fit. I hope people will find this mod useful and enjoy using it. It was a fun learning experience for me and I hope to make more mods soon. Note: This mod is required for both client and server. Language files for English, German, French, Spanish, and Russian are included. Update: Language file now included for Russian. Thanks DArkHekRoMaNT! Download: ExtraChests_v1.0.0.zip
  2. The problem: I do not like the way stacked chests (in the world, not your inventory) look. But it is obvious that we need a mass storing system, so why not make it look good. The solution: Make either hand baskets or reed baskets placeable in shelves! Either two reed baskets or four hand baskets per shelf block. Chests could be used for the bottom layer of your storage room and the walls are full of shelves with baskets. Bonus: Reed will still be useful for end game content (apart from bees, that is)
  3. It would be nice and confortable to stock the peat bricks on a surface like it's done with firewood. What do you think about it?
  4. Not enough reeds to make a Basket? Chopped down one too many Giant Oak Trees? Or just the usual Quarry overflow... Use clay to make a STORAGE BIN. It stores, stuff. The form does need lots of clay to create it... Release Notes (v 0.1.0): Took longer than expected, due to odd way VS had generic containers defined, also my modelling skills arn't stellar. Tested locally, no show stopper bugs (but you should always BACKUP before testing any mod) >>> StorageBin_Release_v010.zip <<<
  5. Vintage Storage B'aux Enboxes [1.1] This mod works on some issues the early game Vintage Story currently has, and adds in a few bags to help out both the old players, and the new players. Recipes & Content Known issues Download: https://www.dropbox.com/s/kqkkbn4f7slyfvw/VintageStorage1.1.zip?dl=0 Old Versions- Art for the mod (and wicker box model) made by the lovely Balduranne. Old issues, and versions they were fixed in.
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