The Signery Mod is my first public mod. It adds new signage to the game from an internal mod I had created but decided to break into several smaller mods (which was actually a pretty big pain). The motivation for this part of the mod came from the lack of signs for early Rayya’s Children settlements.
Signery.smod v4 for Stonehearth A23 with updates for appeal.
Signery_22.smod v3.2 Tested with Stonehearth A22 Stable. After downloading and copying into your mods directory you will need to change the name to signery.smod.
Updated with appeal and new recipes for the fine items. Please leave comments as the tweaking of the appeal is fairly tedious and while I QC’d it for some time it may cause undesired effects.
Signpost and Markers
Note - you must place the markers or anything you want to “stick” to the signpost and then move them to the signpost. Hopefully this behavior will be fixed in a future version of Stonehearth.
New to 3.0 - Stockpile and additional banners
A very small looking update with most of the new content getting split into a new mod called Armis Maximus. Still some work to do concerning placement of the metal signs as they are not centered and fully fleshing out the three new banner colors. As promised I also added storage/stockpile signs with more coming in the future.
New to 2.0 - Hanging Banners and Pennants
Some of the original content:
Fancy Clay Signs
Red and Green Banners
27 Blacksmith Recipes (Clay / Tapestry / Metal)
2 Carpenter Recipes (Clay / Tapestry)
2 Cook Recipes (Clay / Tapestry)
2 Engineer Recipes (Clay / Tapestry)
2 Herbalist Recipes (Clay / Tapestry)
2 Mason Recipes (Clay / Tapestry)
18 Potter Recipes (Clay / Tapestry)
10 Weaver Recipes (Clay / Tapestry)
Download the .smod and copy/save it into your Stonehearth\Mods directory.
Engineering Signs (possibly with animations)
Fancy Carpentry (wooden) Signs
While I don’t anticipate any please post issues here and be sure to add which version you are running.