Bug: Building a wall across a ‘lowered’ area allows the wall loop to become longer than it’s limit between ‘supports’.
Summary: I was building wall loops around a lowered area on the map, I started off on the outside of the area then came to the spot where I needed to go down the steps. When placing the wall loop, the other end of the blueprint piece jumped across the lowered area to a spot on the other side that was at the same level. So I clicked to confirm, the wall then spanned across the entire space.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Select to build Wall Loop.
- Begin building Wall Loop and place the cursor just past the drop in height.
- The Wall Loops then spans the distance to the next available parallel height.
- Finish Wall Loops.
Expected Results: I expected the Wall Loop to stop at the edge of the height drop.
Actual Results: The Wall Loop spanned the entire distance and did not stop or include any support beams at the distance a Wall Loop is normally limited too.
Notes: I tried this on the subtle height changes and cliffs, either has the same behavior. The villagers only appear to be able to build on one block adjacent to the one they’re standing on. So they do not actually build the wall. On an added note… If you place furniture under the wall, and they’re able to reach it, they will go grab a block and build it!
Versions & Mods: Stonehearth r:34 - No Mods
System Info: Windows 7 Pro 64 | AMD Phenom 9950 Quad-Core | 8GB RAM | GeForce GTX 560