Save the children, donate some fire wood!

rayya_suggestion

#1

I love the Children of Rayya’s but the amount of wood they get to survive is just getting annoying.
After collecting some date I found that in a weeks times only 2 merchants showed up only selling max 3 logs.
ad another 5 or 10 you can collect from a goblin camp, and really wane go click creasy ad in 4 merchant stalls where you can buy 1/3 logs a day. It comes down to 37 logs a week! (if you are lucky and not distracted to use those stalls.)

that is not enough to just satisfy my blacksmiths demand to turn ore in to ingots. but you need it for building, the saving ladders, campfires (I always just sell them ad the beginning of the game) most professions need it for the crafting bench. You need it for a carpenter cause now one will sell you a bow, so you need tones of it to level the carpenter to even make one.

I really hope the Rayya’s children will get a tree crop of there own… but a nerved one like a slow growing or low wood producing tree. Maybe a fruit tree like dates, figs or coconut.
Or increase the merchants sell sizes to 20 is per visit (I would not mind if it was 50 thou)


#2

I agree, [quote=“lios, post:1, topic:21543”]
I really hope the Rayya’s children will get a tree crop of there own… but a nerved one like a slow growing or low wood producing tree. Maybe a fruit tree like dates, figs or coconut.
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This might even be a good idea for a mod. I often find my self begging the little goblin camps to spawn because I want their wood LOL.


#3

If you spend about a month of game time just scavenging every single cactus on the map that’s generally enough for all practical purposes. The real headache is that it’s hard to do large scale construction with Rayya’s because of the obscene scaffolding costs for large buildings.


#4

Build some merchant trader stalls, you can buy wood (expensive) there.


#5

yeah, just like @groms said. build about 5-10 stalls (5 clay bricks each I think?) and sell them some clay tea pots (10 pcs would be enough) before buying all their wood. You’ll never run out of wood but will leave a huge scar on your world if you prefer having a mining area.