Stockpile

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An object left inside the stockpile A by a dwarf X, may be recovered immediately by a dwarf Y from the stockpile B, no matter the distance between both stockpiles.
A stockpile[1] is needed to store resources. The dwarfs start each new world with one stockpile and after reaching the engineering tech, they can make additional ones.

All resources are kept inside them, and there is no functional distinction between them while storing material.

Stockpiles need a space of 3 empty foreground blocks in a horizontal line. The 3 blocks just bellow it can be replaced by other materials, but not simply removed by digging.

Access[edit | edit source]

Usually dwarfs access the stockpile content by passing in front of any stockpile — the initial or any of the additional ones. Each dwarf can deposit up to 5 items[2] and take only 1 item from the stockpile at a time.

Tutorial Granpa.png On the left you can see the resources in your stockpile.
Let's craft some tools for your dwarves.
Drag pieces of wood from the stockpile slot to the slot on the crafting table.
~ Game tutorial about the inventory and the crafting table.

Instant access[edit | edit source]

There are some ways to avoid the trip to the stockpile.

Special items — Some items don't require the dwarfs to move to the stockpile to access them, like:

EQUIPMENT:
Bucket.png Bucket
Fishing Rod.png Fishing Rod
Diving Helmet.png Diving Helmet

Fishing Rod.png Dwarves get fishing rods from your stockpile by themselves when they have to catch fish.
~ Inventory's description about the fishing rod.

The equipment are accessed instantly when the dwarf need to perform certain tasks, like collect water, fish and dive. The ammunition are accessed instantly whenever the dwarf uses his/her ranged weapon. And the potions are accessed directly only by mages in combat, or when a low health dwarf aproaches him/her.

Items in the equipment menu — All items available in the equipment menu are accessed immediately, without requiring the dwarfs to move to any stockpile, they will require though (excepting those above mentioned) the player to open the equipment menu and handle each item him/herself. Follow this logic all armors, weapons, tools and skill items, as well as the following potions:

Mana Elixir.png Mana Elixir
Elixir of Obliteration.png Elixir of Obliteration
Potion of Resurrection.png Potion of Resurrection

Direct control — Any dwarf, while being directly controlled by the player, whill have instant access to any item existing in the inventory without having to move to a stockpile. It'll require though the player to pick the choosen item at the quick bar to give the order, and if the wanted item isn't still in the quick bar, the player will need to open the inventory menu to take it to there. This kind of instant access unfortunately only allows to pick items from the stockpile, and never to put anything there.

Magic collect — To collect things instantly, the player have the option to use the Magic Collect.png magic collect spell.

Initial stockpile[edit | edit source]

The initial stockpile.

The initial stockpile[3] is stablished in the center of the map, just after the world is generated and it is not removable. Usually players build their fortress around this stockpile to avoid goblins stealing items from it. Also, the player will have only this stockpile until he/she reaches tier 10 of the tech tree, which may be considered very late game; so, better to keep access to it clean and safe.

Tutorial Guy left.png Great job! Now wait for the resources to be carried to the stockpile.
~ Game tutorial, after a tree has been cut.

Main portal[edit | edit source]

The initial stockpile is the connection/returning point of all Portal Spell.png magic portals and Portal Gate.png portal gates.

Improved portal[edit | edit source]

See the main article: Improved Portal.

The initial stockpile may be upgraded to Improved Portal.png improved portal. It changes nothing to the stockpile mechanics, but allow the palyer to start a multiplayer match search.

Additional stockpile[edit | edit source]

Additional stockpiles[4] are removable e disassemblable. In both process, removing it from where it has been placed or disassembling it at the crafting table, 1/3 of the resources used to build it will be lost.

Additional Stockpile
Additional Stockpile.png
Building additional stockpiles allows your dwarves to spend less time carrying items back and forth.
Statistics
Type Furniture
Comfort Red Cross.png
Placeable Tango Tick1.png
Price per Unit 50 Coin(s)
Tech Needed Engineering
Crafting Station
None
Ingredient(s) Qty.
Flag.png Flag 1
Steel Axe.png Steel Axe 1
Steel Pickaxe.png Steel Pickaxe 1
Wooden Wall.png Wooden Wall 1
Workbench.png Workbench 1
Barrel.png Barrel 1
Iron Ore.png Iron Ore 1
Stone.png Stone 1
Wood.png Wood 1
Crafting Grid
Flag.png Steel Axe.png Steel Pickaxe.png
Wooden Wall.png Workbench.png Barrel.png
Stone.png Iron Ore.png Wood.png
Result
Additional Stockpile.png Stockpile 1

Ghost attacks[edit | edit source]

See the main article: Ghost.

Ghost icon.png Ghosts will seek for any kind of stockpiles to pick items from it and throw them to the ground, making them unavailable to use. And if there is any Fossilized Gargoyle.png fossilized gargoyle, the ghost will throw it out. The stone piece will turn then into a Gargoyle icon.png gargoyle. A Totem.png totem may help to scare them.

History[edit | edit source]

Version Release Changes
1.4.013 25 Dec 2017 Changed the additional stockpile recipe:
an Iron Axe.png iron axe and an Iron Pickaxe.png iron pickaxe were replaced by
an Steel Axe.png steel axe and an Steel Pickaxe.png steel pickaxe.

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. This is the in-game name of this item. In the game's files it may receive a variety of names, depending on the type of the stockpile it's referring to. In general it'll be called Warehouse, specialy when giving it's inventory description.
  2. See the dwarfs carring capacity for details.
  3. In the game's files, the initial stockpile is called home, truemp_warehouse, players_chest, dwarf_base or main_portal.
  4. In the game's files, additional stockpiles may be called warehouse, dwarf_base_02 or home_add. Additional stockpiles built by an opponent in a multiplayer game is called in game files home_enemy.