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Jewelry

It would be great if there could be more variety in jewelry sometime. Even better if it was another profession, working similar to tailoring but using metal/gems or even scrap metal and bones.

Agreed, even if there was a generic 'metal' material for tailoring use that could then be used for jewelry.

Can't wait for JURLY. I need my weird boutique earrings.

I agree with this, although I -think- the materials required to make jewelry should be fairly expensive and rare. Shouldn't have gold, silver, ruby, diamond etc. just randomly laying around in vendors or stores - and certainly not in Red.

Maybe have like, plastic, punk version of aluminium/Steel, etc. Basically colored plastic to make wrist bands, or like, flours for your hair or something. Aluminium/stainless steel for cheap, but at least slightly flashy jewelry.

There's a thread around here somewhere that says we've added jewelry to the game. There's even a jewelry store. You can buy it.

Tailors will not be allowed to make it.

There will be a stationary production kit, but it will only be available as part of a job working at the Jewelry store.

Tailored items make up the bulk of bloat that gums up the MOO slowing her down. 75% of these tailored items sit in hoards and go unused on a day to day basis.

I will not really ever be in support in expanding options for every tailor in the game, only options for specific jobs to have access to specific equipment to produce specific things by specific amounts of people in a specific volume.