Timberborn: The Beaver Datasheet

Data which is not provided by the game itself.

Done by testing! Nothing here is guaranteed.

Testing was done with no workingspeed bonuses.

Consuption rate

One beaver needs:

2 Water per day

2,5 Food per day

All kinds of food seems equal.

How i tested it:

Starting settings was 100 beavers, 10.000 Food, 10.000 Water

After 9,7 days 2500 Food and 2000 Waters was used. So the actual consumption is a little bit higher.

Timberborn: The Beaver Datasheet

Waterstats

Small Water Tank: 30 Units

Large Water Tank: 300 Units

One full Block of Water: 5 Units

Note: A Dam blocks water at a height of 0,5. Which means you dont get a full block of water. However you could replace it by Floodgate and try to manually raise the height to 1,0.

Water (unless in a tank) does evaporate at a rate of 0,25 units per tile and day or 0,05 height units per day. This means a full block will stay for 20 days in dry season. A half block for 10 days.

Crafting times

BuildingCrafting time
Water Pump7s
Lumber Mill26s
Gear Workshop130s
Paper Mill32s
Printing Press32s
Explosives Factory62s
Shredder42s
Grill11s
Gristmill16s
Bakery9s

Tested with the stopwatch. So this numbers are not perfect.

Farms and Pumps

Pumps

One Water Pump generates 1 Unit of Water every 7s.

One day is around 465s and with a 16 working hours you should expect 44 Units of Water per day. Which means the pump can supply ~22 Beavers.

Farms

CropGrowtimeYieldFood per tile and day
Carrot4 days3 Units0,75
Potato6 days1 Unit0,67
Wheat10 days3 Units1,5

1 Potato will yield 4 Grilled Potatos. One Grill will supply ~62 Beavers.

3 Wheat will yield 15 Bread. One Bakery will supply ~68 Beavers.

The farmhouse has 2 workers and can take care about roughly 80 tiles of carrots, 120 tiles of potatos or 200 tiles of wheat.

Rule of thumb: One Water Pump and a Farmhouse with 80 carrot fields can supply ~20 beavers.

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