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author: Olga Fiszer

Fiber in Aska, How to Get and Produce

This guide will help you gather more fiber in ASKA. Discover how to establish a steady supply of this resource and learn what practices to avoid for long-term success.

Source: ASKA; developer: Sand Sailor Studio

ASKA is a new Viking survival game where you build your own settlement and forge a life for yourself in a wild, procedurally generated world. You'll need to gather resources, fight off dangers, and even recruit handy tribe members to help your tribe thrive. But before you build your dream village, you'll need to gather some essential materials. Read on to learn how to get fiber and explore its many uses.

How to Get Fiber in Aska

Fiber is a crucial resource in ASKA, needed for crafting many essential items and buildings. Here’s everything you need to know about this resource:

  1. Flax Bushes: These are scattered throughout the map and a good starting point for gathering fiber. However, they aren’t the most efficient source in the long run.
  2. Bark breakdown: You can break down bark in your inventory for a small amount of fiber. While this isn’t the most effective method, you can assign a villager to do it in the Woodcutter’s Hut. If you’re running low on fiber, prioritize this task in the menu.
  3. Flax Farms: As you progress, you can build farms and plant flax seeds. This provides a steady and reliable supply of fiber, making it the best way to stock up on this resource.
  4. Don’t break the Thatch! This material, found on coastlines, can also be broken down for Fiber. However, I strongly advice not to do it. Thatch is essential for constructing upgraded buildings, and it takes a year to regrow.

Olga Fiszer

Olga Fiszer

Joined the guides on in 2019. Nonetheless, you can also come across her posts about LEGO, which is something she has passionately collected for many years. A former corporate employee who decided to move to the UK, where she devoted herself to collecting pop culture relics. Her favorite game genres include primarily RPGs and jRPGs, classic RTSs, as well as unique indie games. When, despite a sizable collection of games, she concludes there's nothing to play, she launches Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley, one of the KOTORs, or Baldur’s Gate 2 (Shadows of Amn, not Throne of Bhaal) for the hundredth time. After hours, she enjoys painting figurines or admiring her collectibles and retro consoles.