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Olive

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Olive tree

Urist likes olive trees for their oil-giving fruit.
Biome

Wet Dry
Properties
Deciduous No
Density 990
Max trunk height 3
Max trunk diameter 1
Trunk branching 2
Heavy branch radius 1
Branch radius 2
Root radius 3
Heavy branch density 25
Branch density 50
Root density 5
Products
Wood Olive wood
Fruit Olive
Oil Olive oil
Fruit Properties
Edible Yes
Cookable Yes
Seed Properties
Edible No

Wikipedia article

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Note that some content may still need to be updated.

Olive is one of the many genera of trees found above ground. Like the vast majority of above ground trees, olive wood is brown and produces brown products.

Olive trees possess the third densest wood and the densest wood that isn't restricted to evil biomes or the deep caverns. This density makes olive wood a less optimal choice as a material for bins and other goods that need to be hauled regularly. Elves armed with olive wood arrows and weapons are slightly more dangerous to civilian dwarves than those made from other types of wood.

Olive fruit can be eaten raw, or can be pressed into olive oil and a unit of olive pomace at a screw press. Olives can be harvested by setting up a gathering zone.

Some dwarves like olive trees for their oil-giving fruit.


Admired for its oil-giving fruit.
"Olive" in other Languages Books-aj.svg aj ashton 01.svg
Dwarven: losush
Elvish: naye
Goblin: dum
Human: lunda
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