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|This article was migrated from DF2014:Sheet and may be inaccurate for the current version of DF (v50.08). See this page for more information.|
v50.08 · v0.47.05This article is about the current version of DF.
Note that some content may still need to be updated.
Sheets are used in the production of scrolls and quires. They can be made from either paper or parchment, and are stored under Sheet (top stockpile category).
For more information, see: Paper industry.
Paper is made from cloth plants mashed into slurry (at a quern/millstone) and then pressed on a screw press. Both of these actions use the papermaking labor.
|Plant||Sheet name||Native Biomes|
|Flax||Linen sheet||Tropical Grassland or Savanna|
|Pig tail||Pig tail sheet||Underground|
|Rope reed||Rope reed sheet||not Glacier, Mountain, or Tundra|
Papyrus sheets are made directly from the papyrus sedge plant (which grows in any tropical wetland) at a farmer's workshop. Note that the simple term "papyrus" can refer to either the plant or the paper.
Parchment is made from hide and milk of lime at a tanner's shop. Parchment made from the hide of a cow is called vellum.
|More: Gems • Metals • Stones|
Alcohol • Extract (Golden salve • Gnomeblight • Honey • Royal jelly • Syrup • Venom) • Soap
Metal • Milk of lime • Soil (Clay • Sand) • Stone (Ash glaze • Earthenware • Gem • Gypsum plaster • Porcelain • Quicklime • Stoneware • Tin glaze)
|See also: Material science|