12. - Carpentry Shenanigans
It's always nice to hit the take screenshot button instead of the start recording button. I've been talking to myself for 15 minutes yay. Lucky for me, not much has happened.
With the fort closed for outsiders it's time to expand as there are many things we still need before we are somewhat ready for greatness and inducement of terror into our enemies. High on the prio list our metal industry. I want weapons of our own and armor so we can get a proper military instead of nudists
With the death of Mersula, things go at a snails pace. But I found the solution, it's that small button on the top of the screen with 2 arrows in it. It makes things, well all of them really, go faster
A perfect solution to the speed at which our kingdom is growing.
Problem is though that we need to mine out a new area, build torches, replace walls and floors with dirt and build workshops. Guess who has to do all that stuff? Yeap me, the Emperor and I am close to a burnout with this kind of workload.
To help with the speed at which our kingdom is growing, Sild thought to poke fun at me by filling up the carpenters place with sticks and bellows. He made so many that theres no more room for anything and now the carpenters place can't be used anymore.
However resourcefull as we are, we come with a solution. A stockpile for all those things Sild made us. Seems though that Sild has made a plot against me as all the gnomes act like there's no stockpile and they demonstratively start dragging stuff to every stockpile but the one stockpile for the sticks.
I mean, have we mistreated our gnomes or so? I think they're just being childish. Anyway, lesson learned from this: when you want something done, it's best to do it yourself... and that is exactly what Emperor Damage does.