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  1. Not sure whether it's the window or not, as there's one window wall I did manage to plaster. The one on the left won't work but the one on the right was OK: EDIT: still no option to plaster even though I removed the window:
  2. Hello there! Have you ever fallen from a window when you were actually trying to close it? Have you ever attempted an escape jump using rope, just to miss the rope and fall down a couple of stories? Well, I sure have and let me tell you, it's not pleasant. Trying to heal a broken bone is rather difficult, because the only way to do it is to create a splint, which is rather rudimentary. Pieces of cloth and sticks? Not enough people, not enough. My suggestion is to introduce plaster splints, which would provide more protection and faster healing, even though the movement would be slower than with a simple splint. What would you need to craft it? The materials to craft a simple splint + a bucket, water and plaster powder. For the recipe to work properly, I suggest level one of carpentry and level one of first aid, since a broken bone isn't as common as other injuries in the game.
  3. I can't seem to work it out. I read on the wiki that you need a bucket and some plaster but I can't figure out what to do next. Thanks.
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