A wooden hand is an artificial body part that acts as a replacement for a pawn's natural hand. A medieval prosthetic, wooden hands have a part efficiency of 60%, therefore one wooden hand on an otherwise healthy pawn provides 80% manipulation, while having two wooden hands provides 60% manipulation.
Unlike most other prostheses, wooden hands don't have a separate item form and the materials require no previous work to turn into a prosthesis before installation. Instead, when ordering a surgical operation on a pawn, 1 Wood is consumed and the wooden hand is added to the pawn. Notably, when removed the wooden hand turns back into a wooden log.
Wooden hands replace the user's organic hand, including all fingers. They are universal and can be installed on either the left or right. The wooden hand has a part efficiency of 60%. This partially replaces the functionality of a normal hand - when coupled with the hand body part having a Manipulation importance of 50%, it results in restoring 25% manipulation per missing hand replaced, or a loss of 25% when replacing a healthy hand. Manipulation, in turn, affects a great many stats. For a full list of affected stats, see Manipulation.
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Removing the part requires ? of work, ?x medicine of ?? quality or better, and a Medical skill of ?.
If the operation fails, the log has a chance[What chance?] to be destroyed.
Terrible, but better than no hand, or a hand missing 4 fingers. If only the hand is missing, it better to use this than a full prosthetic arm.
|No arm||Prosthetic arm||Wooden hand||Organic arm||Bionic arm||Archotech arm|
1.1.0 - Added.