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A Track or Cart Track (name pending) is a railway which can be built to use with a Track Cart. It is slow moving, resource heavy, and has limited applications. One common use is to transport Raw Mutton from a sheep pen to a kitchen.
Track can be removed using a shovel. Letting a Track Cart drive itself off a broken track, instead of stopping at a Track End, creates a Derailed Cart.
Track Kit[edit | edit source]
A Track Kit is the basis of rails, and is created by adding a Steel Blade Blank to boards. It can be placed on marking stakes to get various directional tracks. Placing one on an existing track will create a cross track. Using an adze on a track kit will separate the blade blank from the boards.
Track Configurations[edit | edit source]
Marking Stakes are made by hitting stakes with a round stone, with the number of hits determining the configuration. Track End marking stakes can be obtained by hitting the equivalent wall marking stakes with a mallet. Note: A Cross Track is obtained by adding a Track Kit to a North-South or East-West Track.
Track Cart Kit[edit | edit source]
A Track Cart Kit is made by adding 4 Wooden Wheels to boards, then adding a Steel Spring. Once assembled, it is placed on a Track End to get a Track Cart. A track cart can hold 4 large items, so use baskets to optimize transport of small goods.
Using (left click) the cart with empty hands, or when it is full, sends it down the track. If it travels off the track without hitting a Track End, it will become a Derailed Cart. A Derailed cart is turned into a partially assembled track cart kit, missing a wheel and the spring, by using a Bow Saw.