This might have been covered elsewhere (The forums are far too large for me to keep up with).. but while decorating my home, decided I'd like to make a Fancy Stool to act as an end table (btw, need a recipe for a coffee table and end table). To make this stool, I need 2 boards and 4 poles. So, doing the math (scary!): 1 tree = 1 wood (leaving out high level skills that might give 2 or 3 wood) 6 wood = 1 timber = 1 board 2 timber = 1 pole i.e. it takes TWELVE trees to make ONE pole. Therefore, it takes 60 trees to make ONE Fancy Stool! In contrast: 1 board + 1 arrowheads (1 ingot) + 5 bundles of feathers = 500 arrows So it takes the same amount of wood (60) to make one Fancy Stool as it does to make 5000 arrows. Someone please explain to me how this makes sense. These trees look to be 18" in diameter and 25 feet tall. How is it that we get so little wood from one tree?? One tree should logically be able to make about 24 boards or more! There really needs to be a bit of logic applied here... these recipes are a bit ridiculous.