Jan 27, Chopping down stumps I noticed I get more Hardwood from the stumps then the actual tree. If I chop the stump do the trees still respawn or should I leave them? Thanks! Yes, in fact, I have a feeling the tree WOULDN'T respawn if you didn't. No proof of that, but I would think that it'd be"in the way" of a respawn.
Hardwood trees My Time At Portia Nintendo Switch. Android iOS (iPhone/iPad) Edit i chopped the stumps too"Money has no value, yet money is all""If you yourself cannot release then it will come to take a piece" When you go to where you cut down the hardwood tree, the kick button might show up. I saw it twice in two different treefelling.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins. Trees stopped growing back and I would travel further and further to get my fix.
At some point, I just decided to go ahead and build the bridge. Had fun clear cutting and mining the island.
Went to bed. Woke up and all the trees everywhere were back. Tree Sap is a raw material used in crafting. Tree Sap can be gathered by chopping big trees.
Tree Sap can also be ordered from the Tree Farm after the player restores it. Tree Sap is used in crafting. It can also be gifted. Tree Sap is a required ingredient when crafting the following items: Tree Sap is a required ingredient when crafting the following items: Tree Sap is a required. My Time at Portia is a simulation RPG game developed by Pathea Games and published by Team 17 Digital Limited.
My Time at Portia is set in a post-apocalyptic era in the world of Portia, where humans are few and relics of the past are scattered throughout. Zeolora Tree Seed is a seed that can be planted in a Large Planter Box to grow Zeolite.
Zeolora Tree Seed can be purchased at the following shop: Three Zeolora Tree Seeds are also given to the player as a reward for completing The Theft. Main article: Farming Zeolora Tree Seed can be planted in a Large Planter Box in any season to grow a Zeolora Tree to produce Zeolite.