Created a fairly normal building out of slabs and roof tool via the new builder, which throws an exception with the note: “I really thought this was impossible.” and the hearthlings totally stop all building forever.
Steps to reproduce:
- Start fresh Stonehearth game (ascendancy, forest, normal mode)
- Construct the building I built I suppose? I dug out one level of earth below it and built it into the hole.
The building will build normally.
Script throws an error and stops the entire new building system, rendering it nonfunctional.
This is the error produced. I’ve tried clearing and rebuilding from a saved template, reloading the UI, and restarting the game.
co-routine failed: …ing2/plan/jobs/blueprints_to_building_pieces_job.lua:300: I really thought this was impossible.
[C]: in function ‘assert’
…ing2/plan/jobs/blueprints_to_building_pieces_job.lua:300: in function ‘find_root_point’
…ing2/plan/jobs/blueprints_to_building_pieces_job.lua:154: in function ‘run’
stonehearth/lib/persistent_job_sequence.lua:39: in function ‘run’
radiant/controllers/persistent_job.lua:43: in function ‘f’
radiant/lib/env.lua:15: in function <radiant/lib/env.lua:14>
Dropbox Link to Busted Save File
Version Number and Mods in use:
Current rickety_building version (815?)
[Link to current DxDiag.txt]
(Dropbox - DxDiag.txt)