Bark strips from specific trees

Basket Case’s bark strips are based on bark strips from Primal Lib. In Basket Case, bark strips are specific to the tree they come from, so there are six kinds of bark strips.

Acacia bark strip
Acacia bark strip
Birch bark strip
Birch bark strip
Dark oak bark strip
Dark oak bark strip
Jungle bark strip
Jungle bark strip
Oak bark strip
Oak bark strip
Spruce bark strip
Spruce bark strip

Bark strips are the flexible inner bark of the tree, so their color is the same as that of the wood.

Obtaining

Basket Case bark strips are obtained using the same recipe as generic bark strips from Primal Lib. The only difference is that the resulting bark strips will be specific to the type of wood used.

Using

Basket Case bark strips can be crafted into wicker—see the wicker page for the recipes.

In all other ways, Basket Case bark strips are identical to bark strips from Primal Lib, including being registered as “cordage” in Forge’s OreDictionary and serving as furnace fuel.

Configuring

Configuration settings for bark strips from Primal Lib will also apply to Basket Case bark strips, including whether bark strips count as cordage and whether they are enabled at all.

In the Basket Case config settings, bark strips can be tweaked in the following ways:

  • You can choose to prevent wood-specific baskets. In that case, only the generic bark strips from Primal Lib will be present (if configured to be turned on in the Primal Lib config). Generic bark strips can still be crafted into wicker, but it will be generic wicker that looks like oak wicker. If you do allow wood-specific baskets, then generic bark strips will not be available.