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  • Fireplace
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  • An item from the "Festive Furniture Set"
  • Insert details here. (A Gaggle of Galloping Ghosts)
  • The Fireplace is one of the most expensive pieces of furniture and consists of a large wood and stone mantle with four logs that are on fire. The Fireplace gives off light and is used as decoration. It is located in the Interior furniture section.
  • Fireplace is an uncommon base item.
  • A fireplace has been present at every Callahan's incarnation. It is shaped in a manner that allows a minimum amount of glass to rebound out after patrons exercise The Option. A chalk line is drawn on the floor some distance in front of it and it is customary to walk up to this line in order to propose a toast.
  • While the fire in the fireplace remains always lit, it does not allow players to bake or cook food that requires a range such as bread, stews, cakes, pies or pizzas, as it is counted as a normal fire. Players can also build a clay fireplace, stone fireplace, or a marble fireplace in their homes using the Construction skill at levels 3, 33, and 63 respectively, and can light them with logs and a tinderbox. Using logs on these fireplaces grants Firemaking experience equivalent to normally burning the logs, but the fire lasts longer.
  • There are two different types of fireplaces in Clarabelle's Cattlelog, both of which are the same price.
  • The Fireplace is a furniture item that is sold at Horrods in Moshi Monsters.
  • All fireplaces in The Sims must be placed against a wall. Only adults may light them.
  • The Fireplace is a decorational item which players can turn on and off by punching it. It plays fireplace ambiance when turned on.
  • Fireplaces are pieces of architecture used to heat up rooms inside buildings. They are not usually used to attack or defend, but if used, can be slashed/thrown as clubs or used to burn a creature inside of.
  • Can be bought from a Chronicles Reward Vendor for 269 Silver Chronicles Tokens. Hotfix 16.8 changed it from Shared No Trade to Tradable.
  • While the fire in the fireplace remains always lit, it does not allow players to bake or cook food that requires a range such as bread, stews, cakes, pies or pizzas due to the fact that it is similar to a normal fire. Players can also build a clay fireplace, stone fireplace, or a marble fireplace in their homes using the Construction skill at levels 3, 33, and 63 respectively, and can light them with logs and a tinderbox. Fireplaces may be built in several rooms of a Player-owned house, as used in the construction skill: * Clay fireplace * Stone fireplace * Marble fireplace
  • Useful fireplace tools include a shovel, broom, poker and tongs. You should also have a screen that can be put in front of it to prevent fire hazards from sparks or logs rolling out. Fireplaces can be made of different materials, including brick, stone (marble, limestone and other), metal. In general, chimneys should be cleaned and inspected at least once a year to make sure they will be safe and not cause an unintentional house fire. Chimneys are designed differently depending on the types of materials they burn.
  • A fireplace is required to create a heated room, which is required for smoking meat. Fireplaces in village saunas or inns will re-light by the villagers when they burn out. When wood stops burning in a fireplace, however, the embers continue to provide heat ("heated fireplace" meaning it can still be used to cook food) and acting essentially like a fire (for rituals and such). This keeps your cabin warm in the winter for longer using less wood. All garbage (like rotten hide or sand mushroom) can be burned. Also good for burning inferior or poor boards.
  • Trelane's drawing room on Gothos featured a fireplace. (TOS: "The Squire of Gothos" ) James T. Kirk's apartment in San Francisco featured a fireplace in the living room. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan) In the anti-time future seen by Jean-Luc Picard, Data had a fireplace in his living room while a professor at Cambridge University. (TNG: "All Good Things..." ) The fireplace at Chez Sandrine was lit by a device which provided similar colored and flickering light as a fire would do. (VOY: "Twisted")
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  • Wall
Level
  • 9
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  • 1699197
collisionType
  • 0
growTime
  • 98716.0
cost (silver)
  • N/A
Gift
  • Yes
Examine
  • You can light a fire here.
  • A fire burns steadily in the grate.
backorder
  • 960
Sell
  • 10
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  • Freestanding
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  • 2
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  • #674b1b
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  • Safehouse Besh
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  • 1
Item Type
happiness
  • 90
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  • #ffa70f
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  • 5000
Selling Price
  • 0
Unlock
  • No
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  • 15
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  • M
actionType
  • 12
clothingType
  • 0
Rarity
  • 5
  • 46
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Ingredient
  • Golden Block
  • Evil Bricks
Category
  • Decorations
Story
  • Safehouse Besh
Hardness
  • 36
sale
  • 600
Member
  • Yes
DE
  • Kamin
Name
  • Fireplace
Text
  • Shadows of the Empire Sourcebook
Type
  • Decor
  • Wall Furniture
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  • x160px
Region
  • Floor
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  • No
Trade
  • 1
Members
  • Some
Price
  • 112
Update
  • none
Title
  • Fireplace
Icon
Ru
  • Камин
Description
  • A cozy Fireplace. Easy access for Santa.
Cost
  • 800
  • 1200
Fr
  • La Cheminée
Image
  • Screenshot 32.png
Pt
  • Lareira
ID
  • 132
  • 286
ES
  • Chimenea
Release
  • Varies
Place
  • Horrods
Image File
  • fireplace.png
Book
  • Shadows of the Empire Sourcebook
Location
  • Varies
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  • An item from the "Festive Furniture Set"
  • Insert details here. (A Gaggle of Galloping Ghosts)
  • The Fireplace is one of the most expensive pieces of furniture and consists of a large wood and stone mantle with four logs that are on fire. The Fireplace gives off light and is used as decoration. It is located in the Interior furniture section.
  • A fireplace is required to create a heated room, which is required for smoking meat. Fireplaces in village saunas or inns will re-light by the villagers when they burn out. When wood stops burning in a fireplace, however, the embers continue to provide heat ("heated fireplace" meaning it can still be used to cook food) and acting essentially like a fire (for rituals and such). This keeps your cabin warm in the winter for longer using less wood. It requires 6 firewood, 6 wooden stakes, or 5 firewood and 1 branch, or 38 branches to get started. You can also treat your frostbites near the fireplace providing heat. Tiles adjancent to the buring fireplace will not get burnt automatically. All garbage (like rotten hide or sand mushroom) can be burned. Also good for burning inferior or poor boards. To light a fireplace [p]ush fuel into it and light it the same way you light a fire.
  • Fireplace is an uncommon base item.
  • A fireplace has been present at every Callahan's incarnation. It is shaped in a manner that allows a minimum amount of glass to rebound out after patrons exercise The Option. A chalk line is drawn on the floor some distance in front of it and it is customary to walk up to this line in order to propose a toast.
  • While the fire in the fireplace remains always lit, it does not allow players to bake or cook food that requires a range such as bread, stews, cakes, pies or pizzas, as it is counted as a normal fire. Players can also build a clay fireplace, stone fireplace, or a marble fireplace in their homes using the Construction skill at levels 3, 33, and 63 respectively, and can light them with logs and a tinderbox. Using logs on these fireplaces grants Firemaking experience equivalent to normally burning the logs, but the fire lasts longer.
  • There are two different types of fireplaces in Clarabelle's Cattlelog, both of which are the same price.
  • The Fireplace is a furniture item that is sold at Horrods in Moshi Monsters.
  • All fireplaces in The Sims must be placed against a wall. Only adults may light them.
  • The Fireplace is a decorational item which players can turn on and off by punching it. It plays fireplace ambiance when turned on.
  • Trelane's drawing room on Gothos featured a fireplace. (TOS: "The Squire of Gothos" ) James T. Kirk's apartment in San Francisco featured a fireplace in the living room. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan) In the anti-time future seen by Jean-Luc Picard, Data had a fireplace in his living room while a professor at Cambridge University. (TNG: "All Good Things..." ) The fireplace at Chez Sandrine was lit by a device which provided similar colored and flickering light as a fire would do. (VOY: "Twisted") A friend of Kira Nerys owned a two hundred-year-old cottage in the Musilla Province by 2373. This cottage was located in a forest, twenty kilometers from the next neighbor and thirty from the next settlement. It had two balconies, three fireplaces, and the Holana River was visible from every room. (DS9: "Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places") The holographic program "Leonardo da Vinci's workshop" included a fireplace. In 2374 it was set on fire when Seven of Nine visited the program and Captain Kathryn Janeway joined her. (VOY: "The Raven")
  • Fireplaces are pieces of architecture used to heat up rooms inside buildings. They are not usually used to attack or defend, but if used, can be slashed/thrown as clubs or used to burn a creature inside of.
  • While the fire in the fireplace remains always lit, it does not allow players to bake or cook food that requires a range such as bread, stews, cakes, pies or pizzas due to the fact that it is similar to a normal fire. Players can also build a clay fireplace, stone fireplace, or a marble fireplace in their homes using the Construction skill at levels 3, 33, and 63 respectively, and can light them with logs and a tinderbox. Fireplaces in a POH have the same function as a fireplace in a NPC's house. However, the fireplaces can be upgrade from a clay fireplace to a stone fireplace, and eventually a marble fireplace. The construction level required for each is 3, 33 and 63 respectively. Also, using logs on a POH fireplace grants firemaking experience equivalent to normally burning the logs, but the fire lasts longer. Amid speculation, a log burnt in a fireplace does not reduce the chance of burning food. Fireplaces may be built in several rooms of a Player-owned house, as used in the construction skill: * Clay fireplace * Stone fireplace * Marble fireplace
  • Useful fireplace tools include a shovel, broom, poker and tongs. You should also have a screen that can be put in front of it to prevent fire hazards from sparks or logs rolling out. Fireplaces can be made of different materials, including brick, stone (marble, limestone and other), metal. In general, chimneys should be cleaned and inspected at least once a year to make sure they will be safe and not cause an unintentional house fire. Chimneys are designed differently depending on the types of materials they burn. Depending on the type of fireplace, it could burn wood (logs), charcoal, gas or wood pellets. In modern homes, fireplaces are mostly for decorative or aesthetic enjoyment. In less "developed" places, a fireplace is used for cooking and heating
  • Can be bought from a Chronicles Reward Vendor for 269 Silver Chronicles Tokens. Hotfix 16.8 changed it from Shared No Trade to Tradable.
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