like really slow or they die because the river is too strong, but then we would need to get fully in-depth in the water mechanics so how strong water is. but when we do have to build bridges over a river i think you need to throw stones into a river until you have a path and then start building the supports on the stone path but bridges and water will get really complicated. SO lets just stick to building bridges in underground caverns for now I’m too tired to think of water bridge mechanics.
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And another potential problem is that who would buid it?
Would it be the mason, traditionaly masons would of done that kind of job, howvere, that doesn’t seem to fit in with what i’ve seen of the mason from livestreams
[/quote] it has to be a labourer (or anew class of professional labourer) it could be a monk or a new class of architect