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A tanning family dries and cleans hides, and then transfers them to stretching frames.

Tanners are a peasant class family. The produce Leather with is sourced from Butchers (Hides) and used by Leather Workers.

Product Production

Items Involved


Per Recipe

Cost Storage Recipe For

(Used By)

Leather Tanning Pit

Tanning Log

Scraping Log

Stretching Frame

1 1 Hide Chest Leather Shoes/ Leather Armor/ Leather Shield/

Drawstring Boots/ High String Boots/ Front Laced

Boots, Saddle (Leatherworker)

Construction (Architect)


Name Cost Built By Takes Yield Size Access
Tanning Pit* 1 Wood Carpenter 1 Hide 1 Soaked Hide 1x1 1 Tile (All Sides)
Tanning Log* 1 Wood Carpenter 1 Soaked Hide 1 Dry Hide 1x2 2 Tiles (Front/Back)
Scraping Log 1 Wood Carpenter 1 Dry Hide 1 Clean Hide 1x1 1 Tile (Front)
Stretching Frame 3 Plank Carpenter 1 Clean Hide 1 Leather 1x1 1 Tile (Front)
Chest 4 Plank Anyone N/A N/A 1x1 1 Tile (Front)
Storefront 1 Plank Anyone N/A N/A 1x1 1 Tile ( Front & Back)

(*) Can hold up to 6 Hides at a time.

You will need roughly 6 Stretching Hides per Tanning Pit/Tanning Log

Peasant Professions

Baking,Blacksmithing, Bow-making, Brewing, Butcher, Farming, Fishing, Foraging, Hunting, Leatherworking, Mason, Milling, Mining, Rope-making, Tailor, Tanning, Smelting

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