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Postapo wrote:And do you have any idea how many years it takes to transform a patch of land into normal farmland? Anything up to 6 years if it's normal soil. Just how many in-game years do you intend to play? What was the most time you played with one npc in any game? 60 days? Do you want an aging mechanism with that, so you can die on your farm as a grandpa, in your own bed, surrounded by your own npc family? Or crops forthat matter - do you expect to see any crops? You're going to work a year so you can sell it off for something that'd take you a couple days to scavenge?
Go search for F3 realistic building and farming mods, tell me what you found.
GhastlyDemise wrote:I can see where you would consider it an ill investment but I'm curious, where are you getting six years from?
Jasede wrote:I wouldn't have to because I'd go to my... ranger base.
Postapo wrote:GhastlyDemise wrote:I can see where you would consider it an ill investment but I'm curious, where are you getting six years from?
For starters: rocky soil. Without the good ol' gas guzzling combustion engine-powered tracktor many seasons will pass untill you can plow without stopping on a rock every minute or so, meaning you'll waste a lot more effort on it than on a regular field.There are areas in Africa, where the soil is so damn rocky the farmers build massive English-type walls around their fields, their homes and pretty much everything else almost exclusively out of the rocks they pulled from the soil. Not so different with previously forested areas: huge stumps, even bigger root systems etc. You won't just slice through that with a man pulled ard, hardly with a horse. You'd need an ox or two.
MisterStone wrote:I don't really like the idea of having a town sim built on top of this game. The original RPG was not a 'sand box' game, and I don't see how this would really cater to the people who are interested in this game.
Tycho wrote:It would be cool if you could set up a base of operations for your party. It doesn't even need to be anything fancy.
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