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shepard1707

Configuring Food Decay

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I've been experimenting with setting up a server for myself and my friends, but we've been running into a problem with food decay being simply too rapid for us to be able to manage it.However, I have no idea how to properly scale it from within the config menu. I'm hoping to scale it back quite a bit, would anyone have any recomendations?

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If you don't want to mess around and actually set it to a specific rate of decay, you should just edit D:FoodDecayMultiplier=1.0. Safe to say that setting that to 0.5 should cut the rate of decay in about half. You'll have to mess around with values for it though until you find something you feel is balanced.

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