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Apple tree

Urist likes apple trees for their fruit.

Wet Dry
Apple trunk sprite.png
Deciduous Yes
Density 745
Color chocolate
Max trunk height 3
Max trunk diameter 1
Trunk branching 2
Heavy branch radius 1
Branch radius 2
Root radius 3
Heavy branch density 25
Branch density 50
Root density 5
Wood Apple wood
Fruit Apple
Alcohol Apple cider
Fruit Properties
Edible Yes
Cookable Yes
Seed Properties
Edible No

Wikipedia article

This article is about the current version of DF.
Note that some content may still need to be updated.

Apple is one of the many genera of trees found above ground. Like most trees, apple wood is brown and produces brown products.

Apple trees bear apples that can be harvested by setting up a gathering zone. They can be eaten raw, cooked, or brewed into delicious apple cider, so you may consider exploiting them, rather than chopping them down to make charcoal.

Some dwarves like apple trees for their fruit.

Admired for its fruit.
"Apple" in other Languages Books-aj.svg aj ashton 01.svg
Dwarven: bemòng
Elvish: fena
Goblin: slusna
Human: ramet

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An apple once fell on the head of a scholar, exploding his head into gore. Thus, the field of dwarven physics was born.

Apples were invented by two humans named Steve. A well-documented but little understood phenomenon among humans is that a preference for windows strongly correlates with an intense dislike for apples, and vice versa. Curiously, humans who like penguins tend to have a profound distaste for both.

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