Hm. "Utilities are objects which are very useful." When looking on the list I have a feeling that something isn't right.

For example the 'Orb of Nature' doesn't seem to fit here.


What are the guidelines which separate this category from Tools (Objects)? Also, I thought Quest Objects would only have that as their category (as they're solely used for quests), and not anything else (but this isn't the case for Peeing Orc, for example). -- Wouterboy (talk) 17:56, December 31, 2014 (UTC)

I think utilities should really have an in-game functionality to be used with something. Tools (Objects) on the other hand, could be tools in real life, but have no functionality in tibia.

Objects can have quest objects as category, but also something else. If it also gives light, it is also an Illumination. But that may be up to discussion. -- Bennie (talk ~ fellows) 11:27, January 1, 2015 (UTC)

I see. However, why is the Root Vegetable Dish, for example, classified as a utility? And wouldn't every quest object be a utility then? Moreover, there's something wrong with the template applied to most objects: it says "secondary" instead of "secondarytype" for that parameter, which means a broken parameter and incomplete categorisation.

In my opinion, the utility category should only contain useful objects not used in any quest (such as the Inbox or the World Board). -- Wouterboy (talk) 11:58, January 1, 2015 (UTC)

Some Constructions also seem to match the requisite for Tools (Objects) or Utilities: some like Beds are more like utilities and Beach Chair is more like a tool. Perhaps constructions and tools should be merged (the name "constructions" seems more appropriate to me) and anything with an in-game use should be a utility. --DM ><((°> Contribs <°))>< talk to me 19:39, January 1, 2015 (UTC)

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