Different environments will have differing difficulty values to find food. Some environments rich in resources may require a higher Intelligence score while resource poor environments will require higher Will scores. Failing the Intelligence score of a foraging test means that a dangerous item is found rather than a beneficial one such as poisonous plants instead of eatable.
A skilled forager can find enough food to survive off of for a day in a single hour.
MethodsObservation - Perception +1
Keeping an eye out for the desired things.
Follow Signs - Perception +1
Looking for conditions that lead to the desired item.
Examine Environment - Perception +1
Looking at the lay of the land and where resources might be found.
Identify - Intelligence +1
Being able to identify an item that will serve the desired purpose (such as food).
Bitter to Sweet - Intelligence +1
Removing bad qualities from an item to make it usable.
Energy Conservation - Will +1
Not wasting effort on difficult or useless endeavors.
Suffer the Bitter - Will +2
Many foraged items only barely serve the desired purpose, if foraging for food it may not taste good.
This trick is required when there is a Will test to overcome when foraging.
Knowing what can be found in an environment. This trick is required when there is a Intelligence test to overcome when foraging.
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