Goblins Idle around base;Cannot attack goblins

The mountain came to attack, and when my villagers put down the flute, all remaining goblins became idle and can no longer be attacked.

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Windows 10 64 bit

Have you tried closing Stonehearth and restarting your client? Sometimes there are errors with that sudden change in hostilities that can be fixed that way. Another bug that may be related is when a goblin becomes unable to be damaged and a restart can fix it too.

@JSl8, please go through your notifications in the bulletin list. One of them is probably from the goblins, and when you finish that dialog, they will disappear.

Or did you place the chimes after Mountain was dead? :thinking:
Nope, that wouldn’t make the goblins neutral to you.

Hi there,

I’m his wife so I can tell you what happened. After he got the notification that the Mountain was coming, he put the order down to place the charm. Halfway through the fight, the workers put the charm down, then the mountain died, and the goblins cannot be attacked. But the Hearthlings still run away in fear near them. We tried restarted the client and it didnt do anything. We had them pick up the charm to see if that would work and it didnt. Restarted after the charm was no longer out and still nothing. Not quite sure what’s causing it.


Thanks for the explanation, @Aelesia :slightly_smiling_face:

Did you try what I said about the notifications? In the screenshot from the first post, there are 4 notifications in the list. One of them might be from the goblins.

If none of them are, and you still have that savefile, could you upload it?

  1. Find the save folder for the saves you wish to upload. By default, they are located in C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Stonehearth\saved_games (assuming a default Steam install).
  2. Zip the folder.
  3. Right click the folder (should be a long set of numbers).
  4. Left click on Send to in the menu that appears.
  5. Left click on `Compressed (Zipped) folder).
  6. (Optional) Rename the folder to something different than the default set of numbers.
  7. Upload the save.
  8. If the zip is less than 10 MB, you can upload it directly. Either use the upload button or drag and drop it into the compose window,
  9. If larger than 10 MB, upload it to a cloud storage site like Dropbox, Google Drive, File Dropper, etc. and post the sharing link here.