I'd like to gather some info about safety of containers. Asking about the 126.96.36.199 vanilla + UAP game, but if there were any changes in the A:WIP, information about them is most welcome. By safe containers I understand the ones in which I can put items and be sure that no matter how much time passes, the items will still be there. In other words, containers which can safely be used as storage space without any fear that any valuable and/or unique items will go bye-bye. Unsafe container are, shortly put, the ones which can make items disappear. I primarily wanted to ask about one particular chest which I planned to use in my current game, but what the heck, since I felt bothered enough to ask the question, let's make a thread about all of the containers out there, shall we? I'm guessing that trash bins and shopkeeper containers are unsafe since they restock daily (yet one can easily notice that hexed items are somewhat an exception here. What is the rule fro those ones? Do all of them refuse to vanish from shopkeeper stocks? Also, what is the rule for hexed items and trash bins?). And, of course, the Bangellian Furnace is as unsafe as it gets. But, other than that, are all the rest of the containers in the game safe? I'm mostly concerned about these group of containers: I. Inn containers. Ya know, the ones which are usually next to the bed in which you sleep when you rent a room for the night/week. Are they safe? Unsafe? Safe only as long as the room is paid for? Not related with the rental at all? I'm mostly curious about this chest (Drop yer Anchor, Dernholm), but it would be good to know how the rest works as well. II. Altars. Are altars safe? Storing massive amounts of Sweet Cakes in Moorindal's altar would be fun. III. Info concerning all of the containers in the Bates Mansion would also be invaluable. Also, if you know about any unsafe containers in the game that I didn't mention, please do share your knowledge.