Okudan Resource List

Note: this is still very much a work in progress! Also, formatting still TBD.

This Resource List describes the sorts of items that can routinely be purchased in Okudan. Some items, such as fresh foods, have only seasonal availability, but within the appropriate season they can be readily found for sale. For items not mentioned on this page, check with a Moderator.

Items are divided into Goods, which are fungible and may be used freely within the constraints of one's Lifestyle, and Assets, which have notable value and permanence and must be inventoried.


Goods may be used freely in threads; their obtainment, usage, and disposition is not tracked. Item values correspond to the Lifestyle level at which the good is available for a single person's routine use. For example, an item with value 3 is commonly available to anyone of Ordinary Lifestyle or higher, but beyond the regular reach of someone Impoverished or Destitute. Goods valued beyond one's means can be purchased, but are treated as Assets with a worth equal to the difference between market value and the purchaser's Lifestyle.

Note that these values apply only to items purchased; a Hearth (or a PC) that that generates some good as part of everyday life does not need to account value independently. For example, a Hearth that hunts and tans hides will have leather readily available for its own use, regardless of its wealth level and the value of leather. Similarly, a PC may dedicate thread time to obtaining or making a good that would otherwise be beyond their Lifestyle level. This activity must be documented and tracked.

Any good noted as "Local" is produced by someone in Okudan and may be assumed to be readily available. Some items, such as fresh produce, may have availability restricted by season. "Traded" items are sourced from Kothinar or Vishaza, and are regularly available only when Okudan is in its summer territory. Items from any other polity (e.g. Rasumbel) are considered "Exotic" and extremely limited in their availability.


Fresh Produce

Vegetables, Local 1
Vegetables, Traded 2
Fruit, Local 2
Fruit, Traded 3
Nuts, Local 2
Nuts, Traded 3

Fresh produce includes green vegetables, root vegetables, fruit, and nuts that are harvested in season and intended for prompt consumption. Generally, fresh green vegetables are available in any season but Winter, fruit and root vegetables in Summer and Fall, and nuts only in Fall.

Local produce refers to food from plants that grow wild on the plains, or near enough to readily forage (see region page). Domesticated produce is available only through trade.

Preserved Produce

Vegetables, Local 1
Vegetables, Traded 2
Fruit, Local 3
Fruit, Traded 4
Nuts, Local 3
Nuts, Traded 4

All methods of preserving produce are considered equivalent in value. Vegetables may be dried, salted, or pickled. Fruit may be dried, pickled, or cooked down into jam or more solid paste; additional sweetener is not used. Nuts (and seeds) are shelled and dried, or combined with fruit to make conserves.

Grains and Beans

Beans, Green, Local 2
Beans, Dry, Local 3
Beans, Dry, Traded 3
Flour, Wheat, Traded 4
Rice, Traded 4
Wheat, Traded 3

Small amounts of grains and beans are foraged in late Summer and early Fall, but the vast majority in the market are imported. These are not staples in Okudani cuisine, but for those who can afford them, the dried seeds are appreciated supplements to Winter stores.

Fresh Meat

Fish 3
Game, Small 3
Game, Large 4
Livestock, Local 3
Livestock, Traded 5

All cuts and preparations of fresh meat are considered equivalent in value. See the Hunting page for definitions of small and large game. Local livestock meat includes goats and sheep. Traded livestock meat includes cow and pig, and is only available in Okudan's summer grounds. Horses are not eaten except in dire circumstances, and horse meat is never for sale.

Preserved Meat

Meat, Confit 2
Meat, Dried 4
Meat, Salted 3
Meat, Smoked 4
Pemmican 4
Sausage, Dry 3

Preserved meat is largely sold in late Winter, as Hearths with abundant stores profit from them, and in Fall as Okudan prepares for the cold season. The majority is made from culled livestock or autumn game. Confit is uncommon due to the storage space needed but is also considered undesirable, hence its low value. Dried meats are preferred for their light weight and easy preparation, despite requiring more time investment. Salt-cured meat is almost entirely obtained through trade, and usually of low quality.

Fresh Dairy

Milk 1
Milk, Kumis 2
Yogurt 1
Cream 2
Butter 3
Buttermilk 2
Cheese, Curd 1
Cheese, Paneer 1
Cheese, Labneh 2

Fresh milk (and therefore dairy products) is available in every season except Winter. Listed prices reflect availability in Spring and Summer, when the herds are producing abundantly; all values increase by one in Fall. Milk from sheep and goats is most common, with cow's milk being less frequently available. Horse milk may also be used.

Preserved Dairy

Milk, Dried 4
Milk, Kumis, Dried 3
Yogurt, Dried 4
Cheese, Kurut, Dried 3
Cheese, Labneh, Oiled 2
Cheese, Aged 5
Butter, Clarified 4

Although dairy is the fundamental staple of Okudan cuisine, relatively little preserved dairy is available for purchase, and that only in Winter and Spring. Only the largest and wealthiest Hearths have enough preserved surplus to sell it; most Hearths need everything they preserve just to sustain themselves through Winter. Fresh milk and yogurt are not often dried themselves, thus these are more expensive. Aged cheeses are only available through trade, and their stronger flavors are not often to Okudani liking.

Fats and Oils

Butter 3
Butter, Clarified 4
Tallow 3
Linseed Oil 5
Pecan Oil 4
Sunflower Oil 4
Walnut Oil 4

Animal fats are by far the most widely-used in Okudani cuisine, of which clarified butter and tallow may be stored for long periods. Tallow may be sourced from any large game or stock animal. All seed oils are cold pressed and unrefined, and are prone to going rancid with time. Linseed oil is obtained only through trade.


Salt 3
Herbs, Local 2
Herbs, Traded 3
Herbs, Exotic 5


Fruit Syrup 3
Honey 4
Molasses 5

Alcohol and Derivatives

Ale 3
Fruit Wine 3
Kumis 2
Mead 4
Wine, Traded 5
Vinegar, Malt 2
Vinegar, Wine 4

Textiles and Clothing

Bulk Textiles

Wool, Coarse 2
Wool, Medium 3
Wool, Felted 3
Wool, Fine 4
Leather 3
Fur, Entire 4
Linen 5
Linen, Canvas 4
Ramie 5


Belt 2
Boots 2
Cloak 2
Coat 3
Sash 3
Shirt 3
Skirt 3
Slippers 2
Trousers 3
Tunic 2
Vest 3

Wool, Coarse -1
Wool, Medium —
Wool, Felted —
Wool, Fine +1
Leather +1
Fur, Entire +2
Linen +2
Ramie +2

Dye, Local —
Dye, Traded +1
Dye, Exotic +3
Embroidery, Accent +1
Embroidery, Band +2
Embroidery, Panel +3
Fur, Local +1
Fur, Traded +2

Local dyes include most colors from orangey reds through medium blues, as well as browns and grays. Okudan is notable as a source for green and medium blue dyes. True reds and purplish reds are traded for, while deep blues and purples are exotic colors.


(soap, makeup, creams)

Soap, Lye 2
Soap, Fancy 3

Medical Supplies

Bandage, Wool 3
Bandage, Linen 4
Splint 2
Crutches 3

Herbs, Local 1
Herbs, Traded 2
Herbs, Exotic 4
Animal Products, Local 3
Animal Products, Traded 4

Basic Preparation +1
Complex Preparation +2

Storage Containers

(baskets, chests, pottery, no barrels)

Basket, Small 1
Basket, Medium 2
Basket, Large 3
Chest, Medium 4
Chest, Large 5
Jar, Small 2
Jar, Medium 3
Jar, Large 4
Urn, Small 2
Urn, Medium 3
Urn, Large 4
Vial, Glass 4

Baskets are most commonly made from grass stalks, grass bundles, or vines. For wooden baskets, increase value by 1. Jars and urns are ceramic and may be either glazed or unglazed.

Utensils and Cooking

Bowl, Leather 2
Bowl, Ceramic 3
Bowl, Wood 4
Bowl, Glass 5
Bowl, Metal 5
Mortar, Stone 3
Mortar, Metal 4
Griddle, Iron 4
Pot, Leather 2
Pot, Ceramic 3
Pot, Metal 4
Tajine 3
Tandoor, Small 3
Tandoor, Large 4
Utensils, Bone 2
Utensils, Wood 3
Utensils, Metal 4


(knives, axes, hammers, braziers, ammunition)

Arrow, Sharpened 2
Arrow, Broadhead 3
Arrow, Footed 4
Axe, Stone 2
Axe, Metal 3
Brazier, Ceramic 2
Brazier, Metal 3
Charcoal 4
Hammer 3
Lamp, Ceramic 2
Lamp, Metal 3
Lantern, Ceramic 3
Lantern, Glass 4
Slingstone, Natural 2
Slingstone, Ceramic 3
Slingstone, Lead 4

Animal Tools

Imir, Plain 2
Imir, Decorated 4
Aymur, Plain 3
Aymur, Decorated 4
Aymur, Ornate 5
Saddle Pad 1
Hackamore 1
Animal Brush 1
Animal Comb 1

Everyday Furniture

Cushion, Rag 1
Cushion, Plain 2
Cushion, Decorated 3
Stool, Textile Seat 2
Stool, Wood 3
Lap Desk 3



All weapons can be considered to come with necessary accessories, such as a glove, armguard, and case for a bow. Ammunition is covered by Lifestyle for characters who have purchased weapons needing it, and is listed under 'Tools' above.


Bolas, Cord 3
Bolas, Chain 4
Dagger, Bronze 2
Dagger, Steel 3
Javelin 2
Spear 2
Staff 2
Shortbow, Self 2
Shortbow, Backed 3
Shortbow, Composite 4
Sling 1

Weapon Ornaments

Weapon Quality


Armor Pieces

Armor Ornaments

Armor Quality


Bone -1
Wood -1
Leather -1
Copper —
Bronze —
Silver +1
Electrum +2
Gold +3

Etching —
Feather +1
Enamel +2
Gemstone, Semi-Precious +2
Gemstone, Precious +3
Gemstone, Rare +4


Base Value
Journal 5 * a personal diary, daily, or travel journal
Collected Shorts 6 * fables, poetry, song lyrics
Devotional 6 * religious, aphorisms, prayers, life guides
Primer, Juvenile 6 * for children, usually moral or educational parables
Primer, Amateur 8 * introductory craft descriptions and exercises
Primer, Professional 10 * advanced craft exercises and techniques

Duodecimo — 5" x 7"
Octavo +1 6" x 9"
Quarto +2 9" x 12"
Folio +3 12" x 19"

Pamphlet -1 <25 pages
Short — <100 pages
Medium +2 <200 pages
Long +4 200+ pages

Paper —
Parchment —
Vellum +2
Black Ink —
Colored Ink +1
Illustrated +2
Music Notation +3
Illuminated +4
Gilt +5

Damaged -2 * text splotchy, missing parts, binding frayed or broken, may have mildew
Battered -1 * text faded, ragged edges, binding weak, may have spots
Worn — * text faded, worn, pages crinkled
Good +2 * sound, crisp, fairly clean

Books are few and far between among the nomads. All books in Okudan come from somewhere else; no one in the band makes them, and very few Okudani read besides. Thus, books may only be bought from traders in Okudan's summer territory, the supply is low, and the prices dear.

Players buying any book with the intent of learning expertise or uncommon knowledge from it need to confirm its availability with a Moderator.

Companion Animals

Horse, Local 3 + 1
Horse, Traded 5 + 1
Dog, Local 2 + 1
Dog, Traded 4 + 1
Corvid, Local 3 + 1
Raptor, Small, Local 3 + 1
Raptor, Medium, Local 4 + 1
Raptor, Large, Local 5 + 1

Foreign raptors are not available for purchase within Okudan.


(livestock purchases must be arranged with a Moderator)

NPC Upkeep

Dependent, Child —
Dependent, Destitute 1
Dependent, Impoverished 2
Dependent, Ordinary 3

Upkeep costs for Dependent NPCs are equal to the Lifestyle in which they are maintained; only the first three are given here as representative examples. Note that NPCs will weaken, sicken, and die if maintained at less than an Ordinary Lifestyle, and children will not survive the season if the PC's Lifestyle falls below Ordinary.


Tent, Lean-to 2
Tent, Pole, 1 person 4
Tent, Pole, 2 person 6
Tent, Baishir 18
Cart, Flatbed 5
Cart, Covered 8

These values are for buying structures above and beyond those included in one's Lifestyle.


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