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Re: BRAD'S SETTLING of AMERICA SERIES: LANDING FORT
« Reply #30 on: May 25, 2017, 05:29:44 PM »
lol,RED. we call them settlers back in these old days.lol

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« Reply #31 on: May 25, 2017, 10:06:29 PM »
  YEAR 20:
     during the winter a trader brought broccoli seed. we will plant these in the 2 farthest east feilds. the trader also brought an outbreak of mumps.

   population 159,79 adult,23 students,57 children.34 houses+barracks is full.
education 27%. very low on everything.biggest problems are food and logs.
   
    through our struggles we have gained some ground. our bison pasture is full. we have aquired pigs,dairy cows,and broccoli seed.we have over 1000 maple sap in stock.we are slowly processing iron.we have over 30 workers on food production. if we survive til fall, we should have enough food for winter.
     by summer,the TP was completed and we stocked it with everything we could find extra.flax,pearls,and reeds.a sap boiler was started and a turpentine still.
   as i walked around checking workers,i found we had several educated workers now on fields. hopefully this will help.a mini food market was built so the bannies could pick it up closer to the fields.
    all spring and summer,the laborers scavenged all the roots and onions they could. they collected from every bit of ground we had west of the forests.as harvest season started, it appeared our efforts had paid off.by fall we were confident enough to build 2 more houses. 1 to the east dock and the end production RH.
our new TP paid off also,a feeod merchant stop and traded us 850 potatoes for extra reeds and our flax.
  though the broccoloi grew quicker than the pumpkins,the yields were almost the same. none of our fields produced much better even with educated workers.the bannies were hoarding food in their houses and our barns stood empty.at least noone had starved this year.
      since our turpentine still did not like our firewood it was switched to charcoal and our sap boiler to firewood. the lumberyard was back to work to keep it supplied.   
     
      our barracks is full of settlers. they are anxious to head inland and discover what lies beyond our cover. do to our dwindling food supplies, we can not support more settlers. we have established a base from which more settlers can come to rest before venturing out to explore. they will leave healthy,clothed,and excited. i happily agree to escort them on the journey.

        though this town had its struggles, it never turned away any nomad settlers.end populatioon 169.it will be serve its purpose to launch more settlements.

pic 1: west edge of map.stats.
pic 2: over looking the farms.production.
pic 3: mini market
pic 4: center of fort.end inventory.
pic 5: far east docks. end production.

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« Reply #32 on: May 25, 2017, 10:28:50 PM »
 i do want to add some notes on here. the food production issue has not been solved. i don't think BT changed the soil,at least not on purpose. it will take more testing and evidence to figure out. educated workers did not produce any better. 3 different crops + cherry tried,yet the same results.farms are lucky to get over 500.the limited space affected  1 hunter. that doesn't ecxplain all  of them.it is almost like all production of all mods was decreased by 50%.not just food buildings either. GATHERER mentioned it might be the layout of the storage. there are several barns in the farm area.distance is no greater than i have played before.even in the beginning with educated workers the fields did no better.as i checked markets as bannies began to starve,i noticed they were having trouble moving food. i had 600+food at times but had to locate it. i set up the mini food market to compensate for the other markets and hand food out faster. he ran to gather maple sap which is in-edible. the bannies would carry food from the west past storage barns to the center of the map.even though i was collecting food in all areas,it was not being utilized.KID"S flour that i had found to be in-edible on previous games,the bannies ate it up.
    could i have a mod out of order? i might think that if it was only 1 crop. or issues with 1 mod set.i will say the mini Th normally send a couple nomads ain the beginning of games. this time it sent every group over 14.the last one being over 20.that makes me wonder if the game registry has a bug in it.
it remains a mystery for now.

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Re: BRAD'S SETTLING of AMERICA SERIES: LANDING FORT
« Reply #33 on: May 27, 2017, 05:04:02 PM »
This series will make America great again, hahahahaha


i guess you won't accept nomads ? ^^

Maybe nomads will be the key long term goal for America?

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« Reply #34 on: May 27, 2017, 06:17:08 PM »
i will behave and not answere that.

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« Reply #35 on: May 28, 2017, 03:47:16 AM »
i hope if modders read through here they take some notes. there are some mod ideas mixed in. these indians might bring ideas with them to0.