Bedroll

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Bedroll

Bedroll

A simple bed that lays on the floor, usually made of cloth or leather, often lined with fur. It is lightweight and can be rolled up for easy transport, but it is not quite as comfortable as a typical bed. Caravans can use bedrolls while traveling for better sleep.

Base Stats

Type
BuildingFurniture
Mass
2.5 kg
HP
75
Flammability
100%
Path Cost
14

Building

Size
1 ˣ 2
Minifiable
True
Placeable
True
Passability
standable
Terrain Affordance
Light
Facility
Dresser, End table, Sleep accelerator
Surgery Success Chance Factor
1
Immunity Gain Speed Factor
1.05
Rest Effectiveness
0.95
Comfort
0.68

Creation

Work To Make
600 ticks (10 secs)
Stuff tags
Fabric, Leathery
Resources to make
Buildingmats.png 40
Deconstruct yield
Buildingmats.png 20
Destroy yield
Buildingmats.png 10

The bedroll is a furniture item which pawns can sleep in. Bedrolls are portable and can be used by pawns in caravans. Bedrolls provide better comfort and rest effectiveness than a sleeping spot, but are inferior to beds of the same quality.

Acquisition

Bedrolls can be constructed with Building Material (steel, wood, plasteel, etc.) 40 Stuff (Leather/Fabric) in 600 ticks (10 secs).

Summary

Bedrolls function similar to beds in most respects. However, unlike other beds, bedrolls can be carried and used in caravans. When resting, caravan members will automatically use bedrolls in caravan inventory, improving their comfort regeneration, rest efficiency, and healing rates. Quality affects these as normal, even when on caravan. Note however that even if using a bedroll allows pawns to fill their rest bar before dawn, the caravan will be able to move until first light.

To add bedrolls to a caravan, they cannot be "installed", which is their default upon creation. You must select a bedroll and choose the Uninstall option available for all types of Furniture. It will go into regular storage and be available in the config tab when you are forming the caravan.

Rest Effectiveness

Rest Effectiveness is a measure how fast a pawn will regain rest. A pawn sleeping in a bed with 125% rest effectiveness would regain rest 25% faster, and thus require 80% of the time to sleep. Rest effectiveness under 100% increases rest time needed.

Rest effectiveness for bedrolls varies by quality.

  • Quality Awful Poor Normal Good Excellent Masterwork Legendary
    Rest effectiveness 82% (12.85 hr) 87% (12.01 hr) 95% (11.05 hr) 103% (10.23 hr) 108% (9.7 hr) 119% (8.84 hr) 152% (6.91 hr)
  • Bracketed times are time to refill rest to 100% from 0% at the given rest effectiveness.

    Comfort

    Comfort is a measure of how fast a pawn will refill their comfort meter. A pawn sleeping in a bed with a higher comfort value will regain comfort proportionally faster. Comfort varies by quality but not material. Beds of the same quality level will all have the same comfort, regardless of what they're constructed from. An adjacent end table and a nearby dresser will each increase the base comfort by a further +0.05. This increase is applied before the quality multiplier.

  • Quality Awful Poor Normal Good Excellent Masterwork Legendary
    Comfort 0.52 0.6 0.68 0.76 0.84 0.99 1.16
    + End Table & Dresser 0.59 0.69 0.78 0.87 0.97 1.13 1.33
  • Surgery Success Chance Factor

    The Surgery Success Chance Factor is exactly what it sounds like: a multiplier on the chance for a successful surgery assuming it is performed in this bed. The base value depends on the bed type with most beds having a base value of 100%, the sleeping spot a lower value of 70%, and the hospital bed a higher value of 110%. This base value is then modified by the bed's quality level. Beds of the same type and quality level will all have the same factor, regardless of what they're constructed from.

  • Quality Awful Poor Normal Good Excellent Masterwork Legendary
    Surgery Success Chance Factor 90 95 100 105 110 115 130
  • Analysis

    Bedrolls are inferior to beds of the same quality for rest effectiveness and comfort, but slightly superior to beds of one quality level below. Thus, installing high quality bedrolls as long-term sleeping assignments has merit. However, a colony may have more spare wood than textiles to spare, and beds are the practical solution. Any bedrolls replaced by static beds can then be used for caravan duty.

    As for materials, the choice only affects hit points, flammability and value, so any expendable textile should be used.

    Material table

  • Material Stuff cost Beauty Work to Build HP Flammability Market Value
    Bearskin Bedroll Bearskin.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 98 100% 138 Silver
    Birdskin Bedroll Birdskin.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 75 100% 74 Silver
    Bluefur Bedroll Bluefur.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 98 100% 94 Silver
    Camelhide Bedroll Camelhide.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 98 100% 94 Silver
    Chinchilla fur Bedroll Chinchillafur.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 75 100% 260 Silver
    Dog leather Bedroll Dogleather.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 98 100% 82 Silver
    Elephant leather Bedroll Elephantleather.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 113 100% 99 Silver
    Foxfur Bedroll Foxfur.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 75 100% 142 Silver
    Guinea pig fur Bedroll Guineapigfur.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 45 100% 200 Silver
    Heavy fur Bedroll Heavyfur.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 113 100% 134 Silver
    Human leather Bedroll Humanleather.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 98 100% 170 Silver
    Lightleather Bedroll Lightleather.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 75 100% 78 Silver
    Lizardskin Bedroll Lizardskin.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 75 100% 86 Silver
    Panthera fur Bedroll Pantherafur.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 98 100% 122 Silver
    Patchleather Bedroll Patchleather.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 75 100% 62 Silver
    Pigskin Bedroll Pigskin.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 98 100% 78 Silver
    Plainleather Bedroll Plainleather.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 98 100% 86 Silver
    Rhinoceros leather Bedroll Rhinocerosleather.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 113 100% 170 Silver
    Thrumbofur Bedroll Thrumbofur.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 150 100% 560 Silver
    Wolfskin Bedroll Wolfskin.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 98 100% 122 Silver
    Alpaca wool Bedroll Wool.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 75 100% 154 Silver
    Bison wool Bedroll Wool.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 75 100% 110 Silver
    Cloth Bedroll Cloth.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 75 100% 62 Silver
    Devilstrand Bedroll Devilstrand.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 98 40% 220 Silver
    Hyperweave Bedroll Hyperweave.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 180 40% 360 Silver
    Megasloth wool Bedroll Wool.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 75 100% 110 Silver
    Muffalo wool Bedroll Wool.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 75 100% 110 Silver
    Sheep wool Bedroll Wool.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 75 100% 110 Silver
    Synthread Bedroll Synthread.png 40 0 600 ticks (10 secs) 98 70% 162 Silver
    Assuming Normal quality, for the effect of other qualities, see Quality.
  • Version history

    Prior to version 1.0 they had no quality, a rest effectiveness of 0.93 and a comfort of 0.6