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Hunger.002:30, 29 March 2011

A hotly contested topic, or at least one of curiosity, gleaned by the page history.

There have been values from three to ten on the page, which seems like a lot, even assuming the higher values were mistaken edits on food-bonus-day (if it hasn't always been Samhain).

I just ate some myself, it being Baltane, and guess it restores between 2 and 2.5 of my hunger. HOWEVER, what if hunger is more than just a percentage? I'm pretty sure it works like wound points in that your maximum unpenalized Stamina is reduced, and that you gain "hunger points" every so often as the clock ticks. Significantly more often with Meditation enabled.

If this is true (and I have no real evidence to add to this thought), it would mean that characters with higher maximum Stamina get hungry less slowly, vice-versa, and also that the effects of food on hunger could vary for every person. (as an aside, while messing about on my old proficiency mule with rank F cooking, five star strawberry milk would get me highly inconsistent results when I asked people to calculate how much of their hunger it restored.)

Speculatively, with my current max SP of 242, and getting two or three percent hunger restored per berry (more often the former), that's 242 * .025 = 6.05, which in Stamina points of hunger is pretty much in line with what the article lists.

So at this point I'm not sure whether I'm onto something, oblivious, or just over-analyzing things. Could someone a little more mathematically-minded weigh in? Or perhaps there's something in the data files that can provide insight, like in the data describing foods?

Thanks.

Domirade [Tarlach]02:30, 29 March 2011