Just to clear up my confusion, are the various “levels” of factors for hauling stuff seperated by semi colons? Most other factors are seperated by commas, but it’s different in laborer. If so, are there a total of 11 factors for hauling stuff?
It makes sense that there would be, but I just want to clarify.
Look real close and you’ll see a couple commas, the semicolons separate entries within the same obstacle level.
My question is, when does the Hauling Items list apply? Obviously not when things are put in sacks, maybe when hauling something too big to fit in sacks? So carrying a body over your shoulder is Ob 2? Actually that makes sense, I don’t think I need an answer to that. Sometimes with the factoring system it’s easy to trick yourself into uncertainty regarding which set of factors apply… probably a learn with experience kind of thing.
Thanks for the reply Jovialbard. I think you may be mistaken though. Under Hauling Items the only comma I see is seperating rugs and tapestries. By that reasoning, a column would be the same OB to haul as an armoire. Then again, I could also be mistaken, but that would mean the highest OB for hauling things would be 2. (Since I only see one comma seperating items.
At first glance it is definitely confusing to see 12 levels of obstacles, since actually meeting that obstacle is somewhat ludicrous. But then, obstacle 11 is literally carrying a section of wall. Reminds me of the peasant skill obstacles, which are hilarious.