You will have to manage your inventory space in Stoneshard consistently. You will find yourself giving importance to food, water, and healing items far more than the loot you find in dungeons, and that’s okay. You will have to do this because the game’s saving system only lets you save in some particular locations, and if you lack any of that vital stuff, your character will have a rough time, and healing takes a bit of an effort too. Also, we have a guide on managing inventory in Stoneshard that can help with this.
You can always default to using the chest inside of the inn in Osbrook if you’re worried about keeping track of all your items. You can find it on the second floor of the building inside of the larger room on the far end side of the building. You can freely place any items that you want to keep in the chest and not take up inventory space, but wish to have when you return. It’s good to put anything in the chest if you think you will need something later but won’t need it on your current adventure. Although a much better approach is just to get a backpack in Stoneshard.
Throughout the world, you don’t have too many options to expand your inventory space, so it is quite limited as to what you can carry. You do have a chance to locate a backpack, but it is further on in the game. You will have to sacrifice a clothing spot for the backpack when you do find it, and it carries a small number of items. For those who need inventory space, it is well worth the extra space and sacrifices for a single wearable piece.
Other than that, you won’t find too many additional items to expand your inventory. An important feature of the game is to keep your character’s available space limited to make traveling more difficult and to make managing a character’s food, water, heath, and vitals a challenge. Because if you’re bogged down with garbage items, you have to waste time getting rid of them to pick up important treasure.
You won’t find too many additional items to expand your inventory. A significant feature of the game is keeping your character’s available space limited to make traveling more difficult and to make managing a character’s health, food, water, and vitals a challenge.