A simple ancient game played with a few stones and a large ring in the ground. Players toss stones from a distance and attempt to get them to land inside the ring. It's relaxing, and even trains hand-eye coordination.
A hoopstone ring is a simple ring placed on the ground. Pawns have fun by throwing stones, trying to get them to land inside the ring. To be usable, a hoopstone ring must have a standable spot five spaces away with clear line of sight. Playing with the hoopstone ring raises a pawn's joy and increases their shooting skill at a meager rate.
A hoopstone ring is the Tribal equivalent of a horseshoes pin. For other players, it may be purchased from a Tribal trader.
A hoopstone ring can made from any material (wood, steel, or stone). It costs 10 materials for standard volume material and 100 materials for low volume material. Regardless of the material used, a hoopstone ring has neutral beauty, and has no quality level. Once placed it can be uninstalled and then reinstalled in a new location.
|Horseshoe pins can made from:|
|10 standard volume material ()|
|100 low volume material ()|