Jesternario Posted December 12, 2018 Share Posted December 12, 2018 It seems to bother me that a piece of wood, freshly cut and still not dry, burns for twice as much as lump of coal? In real life, an ounce of coal or charcoal burns well longer than 1-foot log. It's why people made charcoal to begin with, it burned better than plain wood. I'm sure it's just a means to get people to use coal for black powder, but I really do think 1 coal should be worth at least 1.5 1 wood. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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