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News guides 15 May 2023, 13:30

author: Damian Gacek

How to Use Camp Chest in Wartales; Stolen Goods Problem Solved

In this guide we will tell you what to do with the camp chest in Wartales. It is very useful if you have stolen goods.

Wartales is a popular turn-based strategy/RPG. The player can become a captain of a mercenary group and travel from town to town. The game has many mechanics and some of them may be confusing. One of them is a camp chest. In this guide we will talk about it.

Camp chest in Wartales

Many players expect that when they hide something in the camp chest it will reduce weight of their loot. But the container does not work that way.

This “tool” is very useful, but only if you steal a lot of things. You can put illegal items in your coffer and assign to it the companion with the Thief profession (you have to put this person really close to the chest to do that). Thanks to this, your stolen goods will lose the trait in time. You have to rest to progress the process.

As you may know, illegally obtained objects can’t be sold anywhere (or you will become a wanted person) and it is very irritating to look for someone who can buy them. The chest is ideal to deal with this situation.

What is more, you can use it to keep your legal items there. They are not visible during crafting. It can be useful. For example, when you try to gather resources for building and want to make sure that they will not be used by mistake. On the other hand, if you have stolen resources, you might want to use them in the first place, and leave legal ones for later.

Wartalales – Interactive Map and Guide

We have written a guide. You can find there useful information about various mechanics. However, what is more, we have prepared a map. You can check it here.

Read also:

  1. Professions in Wartales Explained; List and Description
  2. Wartales - Tips for Getting Started
  3. Character Creation in Wartales - All Choices Explained

Damian Gacek

Damian Gacek

Graduate of English Philology and English in Public Communication. His portfolio includes a scientific article on video game translation. Working with since 2019, writing for various departments. Currently, deals with guides and occasionally supports the newsroom. Interested in electronic entertainment since childhood. Loves RPGs and strategies, often also immersing himself in the depths of indie games. In his free time, works on a book and learns film editing.