Face it. You’re not going to be staying in your house forever. Sometimes you’re going to be out hunting and you’re forced to spend the night outside, maybe you never even had a home to begin with. Regardless, it’s time to set up camp and go to sleep.
(Yes, I know that’s a sleeping bag that’s what a bedroll is)
(There should be an animation for unrolling the sleeping bag)
I’ve come up with three tent-like structures, each serving a different purpose.
The lightest type of tent, barely large enough to admit one person to sleep inside.
A tent with considerably more space, allowing two people to sleep inside. A lantern can also be hung from a hook in the ceiling.
A simple, camoflaged structure that keeps the rain off as you wait patiently. Note that you cannot sleep in it.
Campfires would need fuel to keep on going, and can easily go out in heavy rain. Therefore, we have the…
These require propane or butane canisters to burn.
However, since canisters of fuel would tend to be rare in the apocalypse, there is also the…
These work on alcohol, as one would expect, and they take more time to cook foods than propane/butane stoves due to the inherent properties of alcohol. They also require an external flame (such as a match or lighter) to ignite.
Now for some miscelleneous equipment:
When they say these matches burn in harsh conditions, it means they burn in harsh conditions. I’ve bought these before and you cannot blow them out. Not to mention they can burn underwater.
Much more common book of matches.
A box containing all the essentialls for mending and sewing.