Discussion in 'Disagreements' started by ShoughtLoud, Feb 17, 2020.
Wonder if 'The Land the Game' had Cleric/Priest Classes and Gods in it?
Lords of Chaos vs Chaos Lord. He's the minor nobility to their.. Oligarchy? Lording over vs lording under? Lordly vs Lordling? Loooooooord... weird word.
Heh if he gets too many people to feed in mama’s caravan he may need to get Krom to make a masterwork elementum plow blade and combine it with the core and a farm
If farming is to be a problem, then maybe a core indoor growing facility is needed. No concern would be needed for an army to ruin the farms.
Its called trade
There are many tribes within the woodlands and the elven kingdom to the west. Some will have surplus store to sell. Its going to take some diplomacy, but its hardly impossible to feed 2000-4000 people for the winter. Building up the number of hunters and fishermen should also help.
At worst they exchange their own wares for food. Its likely some of the tribes will pay a very high price for enchanted steel, something normally out of their reach.
Next year they push out, clear out slightly more woodland and put down more farms. Longterm pursuing some form of vertical farming could make a lot of sense, to avoid unnecessary conflict.
Not that they need massive farmlands, with magic plants grow much faster and yield more. Multiple harvests per year is definitely possible.
Self sufficiency is important. Though old fashioned farms are not the only option.
That’s a bit like what I imagine the dragons cauldron could eventually grow into if he starts spending all the alteration points it generates on a herb garden options for it
its not important to be selfsufficient in time for winter. That can come in the future.
For now survival is what matters.
No need for the new building then!
Hopefully the immigrants being lots of food. Because it would be very inefficient for the small tribes nearby to grow so much excess to feed so many new neighbors.
Small? Even the kindir seemed like they had a few hundred people.
There are 4 minor tribes within a 10 mile radius of the village. Its impossible to know how many live beyond that, but quite a few would be my guess. Larger tribes like the sprites with tens of thousands of residents also exist. The elves have an entire kingdom. If all else fails, the dwarves have several large underground kingdoms, which means they have a way of producing food underground, likely useable year round.
There are also the massive increase in monsters, which means monstermeat will be on the menu. They breed much faster due to the surge in available mana.
And there is also the skitters underground. A ubiquitous food supply of the Kobolds.
I imagine that if they really needed help Richter could just ask Hisako. I mean, between her masteries and Randy's, they should be able to figure instant crops
The dragon cauldron could add releated features like the herb shed annex, by spending upgrade points. Do you think that would have been free if the initial building already existed, build level 0 alchemy lab with a herb shed attached - use core get the dragon cauldron with a herb shed without spending upgrade points.
Or build a Crafters Hut with a Jewlers annex, before making a crafting table core building to get free core Jewlers annex on the new building
That would be my assumption. I think you could also build a Jewler's annex onto the Core Crafting Hut, using traditional construction and then incorporate it into the core building using AP's. Richter has incorporated mundane items into core buildings before using alteration points.
I might need to reread the first 1-3 books in reference to core buildings. His retconn might have changed how core buildings mechanic is done. I don't think so, but possible.
Is the kinder hall where he fought the Ghast a level 1 Core building with it's ability to just spawn undead, did he miss a core by not taking the core
I don't think so. Its the heart of the old kindir kingdom, I think that's how it gained certain powers.
Richter needs to build an imperial palace of his own, a symbol of his power, that way we would know for sure what effects such a building has. For now a slightly large royal hall (level 0 palace?) would do, a king shouldn't live in a hole in the ground unless its a dwarf king.
What about an inverted palace?
Also do we know how high the mists go? Is the a ten mile high semisphere of mist over the village and surrounding lands?