A simple ancient game played with stones and a large ring in the ground. Players try to toss stones through the ring from a distance. It's relaxing, and trains shooting skills.
- 1 × 1
- Terrain Affordance
- 100% dexterity play
- Work To Make
- 100 ticks (1.67 secs)
- Metallic, Woody, Stony
A hoopstone ring is a piece of recreation furniture that provides dexterity recreation when used by colonists.
Hoopstone rings can only be constructed by New Tribes. They require 20 Stuff (Metallic/Woody/Stony) and 100 ticks (1.67 secs) of work. New Arrivals can never construct hoopstone rings, and must instead have the exclusive ability to construct horseshoe pins.
Regardless of the material used, a hoopstone ring has no quality level. Once placed it can be uninstalled and then reinstalled in a new location.
For other players, it may be purchased from a Tribal trader.
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Up to three colonists can use a single hoopstone ring at once, taking turns throwing stones at it. Each instance of this activity lasts 4,000 ticks (1.11 mins), and it increases Recreation need at a rate of ?? per second. It provides Dexterity Play-type recreation.
To be usable, a hoopstone ring must have a standable spot five spaces away. It also needs line of sight to it in a straight line (many structures like chairs, lamps, and tables, do not block line of sight). Colonists can throw through a held open doorway into an adjacent room while playing hoopstone. Mood bonuses for room impressiveness are determined by the thrower's location.
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The hoopstone ring is the second weakest recreation object, tied with the Horseshoes pin, and the Chess table, with a recreation power of 100%. The only recreation object worse is the Game-of-Ur board, with a meager 80%. It is cheap, and should be built once a farm has been sowed and a basic building has been built.
|Work to Build||HP||Flammability||Market|
|Gold||20||1||ticks (1.5 secs)90||60||40%||2,000|
|Granite blocks||0||1||ticks (12.33 secs)740||170||0%||21|
|Limestone blocks||0||1||ticks (12.33 secs)740||155||0%||21|
|Marble blocks||1||1||ticks (11.5 secs)690||120||0%||21|
|Plasteel||0||1||ticks (3.67 secs)220||280||0%||181|
|Sandstone blocks||0||1||ticks (10.67 secs)640||140||0%||20|
|Silver||6||1||ticks (1.67 secs)100||70||40%||200|
|Slate blocks||0||1||ticks (12.33 secs)740||130||0%||21|
|Steel||0||1||ticks (1.67 secs)100||100||40%||38|
|Jade||10||1||ticks (8.33 secs)500||50||0%||102|
|Uranium||0||1||ticks (3.17 secs)190||250||0%||121|
|Wood||0||1||ticks (1.17 secs)70||65||100%||24|