Hi there, everyone. I am currently in need of ideas for things that can be crafted/cooked and etcetera for the stone age. If you would like to help out, feel free to start listing/describing items that fit this description here. Include the name of the item, a description of it, and what sort of resources/time investment would be needed for each item's creation. Thanks so much for your help!
There is of course the basic tools which you probably want to give basic damage value. Stone axe which would be a sharpened rock, tied to a stick with ligament (Wood and stone to make it, you may also want to require some sort of item to hold it together. Probably around a day to make)
Stone hammer which would be a particularly hard rock, tied to a stick with ligament (Which you may also want to act as a basic mining tool as a stone pick is quite similar. Essentially the same requirements as the stone axe)
Stone knife which would be a small sharpened rock with a bone or wood handle (The knife should allow for faster butchering, crafting better items and maybe for faster wood gathering though obviously not as fast as the axe. Wood or bone and stone to make it, you may also want to require something to hold it together. Again maybe a day to make?) Primitive bow which is a piece of wood that was slightly springy that you carved into the right shape and is held taut with ligaments (Wood and ligaments though it requires a knife to make. Maybe 5 days to make? I'm not sure if ammo is a thing or not so not suggesting any)
The clothing should probably be basic fur clothing that needs little to no stitching Loincloth which is some fur you tied around your waist (Made from fur, maybe an hour to make as it seems pretty simple. If heat is ever a thing then extremely little heat from this) Primitive Cloak which is some fur you tied around your neck (Made from fur, maybe an hour to make as it seems pretty simple. If heat becomes a thing it should give decent protection). Primitive hide clothes which some hide held together poorly with ligaments. (made from hide and ligaments, maybe 3 days to make. If heat is a thing mediocre heat protection and depending on how defense works some small amount of protection)
Cave people should be able to make pretty clothes too. Primitive societies did a lot of cool shit with beadwork, for one thing. And these people I'm sure, even when dealing with very simple fur clothes could at least make well made ones that would help them withstand the elements.