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No Rest for the Wicked: How to Get a Storage Chest



No Rest for the Wicked: How to Get a Storage Chest

Every item in No Rest for the Wicked has some sort of use in the game. It can either be a consumable item, an ingredient for you to use in a cooking recipe, a resource for upgrading your weapons and armor, or much more. While you are picking everything up, it will not be long when you run out of inventory space requiring you to discard the existing items in the inventory to make room for new ones.

However, there is a way to tackle this situation and that is by storing the items in the storage chest. Since the game offers a community chest in which you can store all the items, it is also possible that other players may take your items and use them. Well, there is another way to get a personal chest in which you can store the items so that you have no fear of losing them.

This guide will provide you with information on how to get a storage chest in No Rest for the Wicked.

How to get a Storage Chest in No Rest for the Wicked

There are various kinds of Storage Chests in No Rest for the Wicked that players can purchase from a vendor named Whittacker located in the marketplace of Sacrament. Whittacker sells Cupboards and Chests and each one stores a certain type of item. The Cupboards are used for only storing Consumables whereas, the chest can store any item including resources, weapons, armor, and consumables.

The best option here is to purchase the Chest from Whittacker and he sells a Small Chest for 60 Bronze Coins in which you can store any 10 items. Now, ten items don’t seem very helpful but you can purchase multiples and use each one for a certain type of items and it will make things a lot easier for you.

How to Place Down the Storage Chests in No Rest for the Wicked

Another essential thing that you need for you to actually utilize the purchased storage chests is a house. You need to own a House in Sacrament to be able to place down the Storage Chests. Once you have a house, go inside and press and hold the Down button on the D-Pad, and then use the Right Stick to find the chest.

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