This is experimental version: 8a35cf1
I can barely cook or craft anything because it either rains, drizzles, thunderstorms or lightningstorms all the damn time. I set a lot of zombies in my game, so cities are off-limits. I’m on day 8 now, spring, and I get maybe 30-60 minutes of non-rainy weather every day (unless the rain happens to stop often right after I’ve fallen asleep - I can’t know that). My character is now pretty much starving and dying of thirst, because I refuse to eat raw meat or drink unboiled water. I have plenty of food ingredients, and I have a bunch of other crafting to do that needs fire, too. Hunger and thirst are at -60% or so, so he’s pretty much famished and parched all the time. The problem is made worse due to my character having the traits “High on thirst” and “High metabolism”. He also has “Gourmand”. I expected him to get very hungry or very thirsty regularly but the amount of rain is killing me. For some reason I wasn’t able to cook near a burning building that I accidentally set on fire… Much to my surprise my campfire started to spread outside the pit I had dug for it, so that’s gotta be a bug… or did I do something wrong? I simply dropped a two-by-four on the pit tile and set it on fire.
What does a nomad have to do to cook food while it rains? Or how to contain fire in the wilderness? I don’t know what to do anymore. Is it unusual to get that much rain in spring?