I remember when I started to play stonehearth and I first got a mason. This was back on alpha 10.5 when there was still this legacy object in the mason inventory called stone bricks. I know that in the streams Tom/Tom (cant remember which one sorry guys!) said the the original plan was to have them as an intermediary need for construction, but the devs decided against using because it caused to much micromanagement and was not intuitive. (Even though most of the lets play I viewed at the time assumed that you needed them to be able to build stone buildings, and this was something that I myself assumed for a while)
Basically what i’m getting at is that seeing as we now have that very mechanic in the construction of clay bricks, which is working fine and people understand how to use it and it hasn’t caused a mass outcry over how difficult they are to use, can stone bricks be reimplemented, please?
It would give so much more utility to the mason, with just a single object being needed. It would also give them something useful to level up the apprentices, and keep masons relevant through out the game rather than just a stop gap until you can get a blacksmith.