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Grog
Grog.png
Consumable
Type Food
Food Infinite (Literally)
Vitamin B Vitamin B.png +2
Item
Weight .07
Stack size 30
Decomposes in
Added in v1.0
Spawn Command
Crafting
Skill Tree Piracy
Prerequisites
Crafted in Barrel.png Water Barrel
Ingredients
Resources breakdown
5 × Sugar.png Sugar

Grog is a consumable item/food in ATLAS. It can be crafted at the Water Barrel.

Usage[]

Provides Vitamin B, hypothermal insulation, increases outgoing damage and reduces incoming damage. Seems to restore food to 98 and keep it there for as long as the "Grog" buff is active (lasts 300 seconds, 5 minutes). Cannot fall below 95 food before it restores back to 98 automatically at a rate of about 2/s. Works when completely starved at 0 food. Powerful for staving off starvation, especially when making your character tired and recovering consistently.

Drinking Grog gives the "Wasted" debuff (Lasts 1800 seconds, 30 minutes), stating: You are drunk as a skunk. Incoming damage reduced and outgoing damage is increased. Drink hearty! Your health has stopped regenerating.

The debuff lasts an extremely long time and can lead to catastrophic consequences if not careful. Monkey Regeneration buff is cancelled as well.

To craft Grog, your pathfinder will need the skill Stout Liver (in the Piracy tree), a Water Barrel, Waterskins and Sugar. While the recipe as listed in game says that water is required, it is not; you only need one Waterskin and five Sugar for each Grog you wish to produce.

Change made with game v207.7: "Crafting that requires 'water' as a resource will now consume 100 water, rather than the entire container". Needs testing. Update: Tested and it still eats waterskins and water jars. Jagid3 (talk) 12:59, 7 June 2019 (UTC)

Note: If your Water Barrel has water in it, crafting Grog will slowly use it up, but you can continue to craft even after the water has been depleted. Only uses water because the skin auto-fills. If you Consume (empty) your container before crafting, it uses no water.

Only two Grog can be queued up at a time, so crafting is time consuming. Using and reloading materials into four Water Barrels will allow you to keep busy the whole time while waiting for them to finish crafting.

Pirates love Grog; Bears do too. Both get the buffs when they consume it.


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