I always wanted to create a castle in Stonehearth, but the terrain was just too steep! But today, as I created a new Alpha 7 world [as all my other ones failed
for various reasons because I was accidentally on purpose stress-testing] I noticed a large plains area, taking up almost the whole area. Finally, I thought, I had enough flat terrain to build a huge castle. So where did I start? By the hill, of course!
Because it is a very, very long way back and forth.
I made a building template for a piece of wall, but the game wouldn’t let me place the templates side by side, or touching the cliff. So I mined out the hill, and staggered the pieces.
And so, the village of Granite began to construct its first wall. They had no battlements, no towers. They had nothing inside the wall! But they knew the wall would serve them well in the years to come, so they asked for heavenly assistance. “Should the final layer curve with the wall, or be a straight line hanging over as necessary?” they asked. They waited for any answer before continuing.