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  • Rzeznik

    Adding a new language is no match for changing the whole game dynamics/engine. It requires a lot, lot, lot more work and can't be done all at once. We've been told that devs are working on enlarging the map, and that is quite a big step forward.

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  • Rzeznik

    Roost transforms hens into eggs.
    Clay bioler makes hardened leather.

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  • Rzeznik

    I don't think stone stractures can be destroyed with a sword.
    Most likely a battering ram or a ballista.

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  • Rzeznik

    There is a "destroy" option in the action menu. Shortcut "A" I believe.

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  • Rzeznik

    It would be a good idea some day, but right now you can sprint across the entire world in <5 minutes.

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  • Rzeznik

    It's great that there is a Wild Terra Gamepedia page, and that everyone gets to add valuable information regarding the game on it.
    However there should be added an aption to choose the language (as there are many different game client language versions), so the community can fill information in their native language, making everything professional and easy to read.
    Right now there are multiple pages that have been clearly roughly translated by Google Translate and hardly make any sense at all.
    I understand that it's better to do something than nothing, but if you're doing something, try to do it well.

    Therefore my proposal is that there should be added multiple languages to choose from, making it possible for everyone to add all the information in the language they know best, avoiding any misunderstandings.

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  • Rzeznik

    You should get a hold of some brick blocks or slopes to reinforce the walls. Stone ones are pretty risky.

    Also ~ metal doors.

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  • Rzeznik

    I guess you should be able to move chairs, tables and maybe chests, but how could you move a stone furnace or a brick wall? It wouldn't make much sense.

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