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Description[]

Fullness is one of the main Player Statistics. Fullness (Food) is a measure of the Food level of a character. It slowly decreases over time, as well as when recovering Stamina. Failure to maintain a level of Fullness above 50% will lead to a character receiving progressively worse debuffs. Below 2% Fullness Starving will drain health over time and eventually kill if left untreated.

Temperature[]

Temperature affects Fullness. If a character is cold Fullness is decreased at a quicker rate.

  • When a character is Cold Fullness is drained 30% faster over time, and is further decreased at a rate of 1 per stamina point recovered
  • When a character is Freezing Fullness is drained 60% faster over time, and is further is decreased at a rate of 2 per stamina point recovered

The perk Well Insulated decreases the amount of Fullness loss when cold, and makes a character more resistant to getting cold in the first place.

Fullness Depletion[]

In the absence of performing activities that use Stamina, Fullness decreases steadily at a barely noticeable rate. While recovering Stamina Fullness decreases faster.

The perk Iron Gut and the drink Red Tea reduce both Fullness and Hydration depletion.

  • When Fullness drops below 50%, the status effect Hungry is applied, notifying you that your stamina is decreased.
  • When Fullness drops below 25%, the status effect Very Hungry is applied, notifying you that stamina is decreased.
  • When Fullness drops below 2%, the status effect Starving is applied, notifying you that your stamina is decreased and damaging you over time.

Fullness Restoration[]

Virtually all Food items will restore Fullness when consumed. With the exception of some early game foods, most of the foods that can be cooked on a Campfire restore more Fullness than the canned food which can be found in loot.

Bacon and Eggs are a common early game food source as it only requires Raw Meat and Eggs to craft. Though it also requires a recipe to unlock or one level in Master Chef.

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