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How to Get Extra Storage in No Rest For The Wicked

Here's how to get extra storage in No Rest for the Wicked to store all of your loot!

One of the biggest complaints from No Rest for the Wicked players is the lack of inventory space compared to the amount of loot earned when exploring the early parts of the game. Luckily, there are three different ways you can make the lack of inventory space less frustrating. Here’s how to get extra storage in No Rest for the Wicked

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How to Unlock the Community Chest in No Rest for the Wicked

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Once you arrive at Sacrament, you’ll want to head to the Rookery, where you can access a Community Chest with 40 storage slots to store items from your inventory. It’s important to note that other players in your realm can access this community chest. However, you must first invite people to your realm so they can have access to it. Fortunately, no multiplayer feature has been implemented yet, so you don’t have to worry about other players taking your valuable items. As a result, the community chest is an excellent option for extra storage space.

Here’s how to unlock the Community Chest in No Rest for the Wicked:

  1. Complete the main quest chain until you reach Sacrament.
  2. Sleep at the Rookery.
  3. The chest will appear when you wake up.

How to Get Extra Inventory Space in No Rest for the Wicked

In addition to unlocking the Community Chest, you can speak with Roan at the Watcher when you reach Sacrament. He’ll accept Ichor you looted from Warwick the Torn for an upgraded inventory slot. After that, he’ll tell you that you can slay more Torn enemies to collect Ichor from them and bring it to him to increase the number of slots for your different inventory slots.  

How to Unlock Your First Home in No Rest for the Wicked

Unfortunately, you’ll find that the community chest will get filled with items you loot very quickly, making you look for an alternative solution. Luckily, when you craft your home, you can buy small chests with 10 storage slots and craft Cupboards with 20 storage slots. In addition, you can build crafting stations, which means you can use crafting materials to create items with extra items you may not have storage space for. 

However, to buy your first home, you must complete the Of Rats and Raiders quest in No Rest for the Wicked. After completing this quest, open your map and look for icons labeled House for Sale. Go to this location, and the game will ask if you want to buy this house for a specific cost.

Now that you know how to get extra storage in No Rest for the Wicked, your inventory will be free to collect more loot from exploration. Check out our No Rest for the Wick guides hub for additional guides like How to get an Axe, Pickaxe, and Shovel.


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