This section of the Medieval Dynasty guide contains information about creating objects in the game. We describe how to build your house and other buildings on the farm. We describe the resources and objects needed for this and how to get them.
Building in Medieval Dynasty is like crafting on a larger scale, so the basic elements are in the same drop-down menu under the Q button. Not all buildings are immediately available. Some of them require the right number of points for a particular technology.
- Required tools and resources
- Place constructions
Required tools and resources
To begin building you will need a wooden hammer and many materials. How to get them:
- Wooden hammer
- Sticks and stones
If you don’t already have it in your inventory, you can create a mallet immediately by pressing the Q key, choosing Craft and then the name of the tool. You will need a log and 10 sticks to make it.
Open the equipment menu and press the F key to put the mallet in one of the quick slots.
What about an axe? You can find out how to do it on a separate page of our guide.
You need a stone axe to collect logs – you create them at the beginning of the game. Stick it in one of the quick slots and press the left mouse button on any tree you like. After several blows, the tree falls to the ground.
Then stand over the tree to continue cutting it into logs. The character should continue to perform a powerful overhead swing, but all hits on the stump number. After a few swings, the tree breaks into several logs (depending on the type). Pick them up, remembering that you will probably not lift more than six or seven logs at a time. Every time you cut a tree into logs, you automatically collect some sticks.
Sticks and stones
Sticks and twigs are almost everywhere – you just need to collect them. The same goes for the rocks, but these are a bit more hidden. Stones are useful to build the best walls with maximum durability and insulation against low temperatures.
Straws are formed from the branches of an undergrown reed, which means that you will find it above water. This material is useful to finish the roof of your house. Be careful not to collect mature canes, only those that resemble tall grass.
More about the straw – how to get it? Page.
Retrieve the required number of logs in the inventory to create the framework of the structure. The first house needs 6 logs. Press the Q key and select the Home icon.
Select the building. At first you have access only to a simple small house.
When moving, choose the right place for a house. You can rotate the building using the dot and comma keys. The green color means that the building can be placed here by clicking with the left mouse button. If the terrain is too sloping or too close to another village, the color is red.
Once the location has been selected, you will need to complete the base of your construction. You need to put up 10 walls and 4 parts of the roof. This requires collecting more logs and sticks. Be prepared – you will need to visit the nearby forest many times to obtain the resources.
Take out the wooden hammer. The walls that need to be finished are highlighted white.
Go to this wall and bring the cursor closer to it. A list of required resources and type of completion will be displayed. By pressing the E key you can open the radial menu with walls.
It can be the simplest wattle wall, wooden wall or stone wall. They differ in durability and insulation from cold temperatures. You can also choose a simple wall – without or with a window or door.
After selecting the type of surface, click on it with the hammer and hold the button down until the hammer hits the wall and it turns green.
The finished wall changes its appearance.
Repeat this process for all white elements of the house – walls and roof. You can also choose the type of roof. Remember that you will need many logs, sticks and straw to complete a building. Prepare for several trips to the forest to replenish your supply.
The finished home will have a bed inside, a stove for cooking and a chest for storing appliances.
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