I know, I’m lazy in naming… maybe one day I will come up with my own name for a settlement… But this day is not today!
Anyway, with the new stability and savegame compatibility of A15 I figured I give a proper village another try, not just toying around with the build system until it breaks. Additionally I wanted to give all those beautiful blueprints of Stonehearth Builds a go, too, so in this game I only used downloaded blueprints or made designs myself, which I uploaded to the website afterwards. If a screenshot specifically features some buildings, I will give you the names under which you can find the blueprints on Stonehearth Builds. As for now there is not yet a possibility to see who uploaded a specific blueprint I can’t credit anyone here yet, so if you see some of your buildings mentioned, please let me know! ^^
So without further ado, please enjoy the nice and thriving seaside village:
Fortifications were mainly necessary to one side, so that’s also where the army built their training ground and barracks. (“Wooden tower” and “Palisade gate” by me, “Fortress” by someone else with modifications by me)
The bustling city center! (“Big Dining Hall” on the left, “Rathaus” a.k.a. city hall in front of the storage, “Cathedral overground” with attached graveyard kind of in the middle, “Pfahlbau” on the shore in the back and a “House overground A” just behind the church, all by other people)
The market area. (“Celtic knot town center” in the center and a “Safe Storage Bunker” to the left of it by me, “2 Floor noble City House” by someone else with manually added planters to the right)
Huge farming area, with equally large storage for food and wheat. (with the original “Small Park” in the background on the left)
Enemy forces started attacking more and more from a different angle, so new fortifications had to be built! (“Step tower” by me)
I like the X-Ray view… I can really show you how far you have manipulated the world. ^^
Which reminds me: aside from the publicly accessible fortress on one side of the settlement, there is also a public bunker just in the mountains, with some food storage in case of prolonged attacks…
Finally a nice night time shot. Yes, while my PC usually can handle quite some performance, all these light sources do take their toll on my framerate!
Now I’ll probably head over to Stonehearth Builds again and download all of the newly uploaded templates to throw them in my village somewhere. ^^