In Medieval Dynasty you build your own village in a peaceful valley. Your character Racimir likes that, because he fled to the valley before the war. However, you first need a roof over your head, because what would a mayor be without his own house? In this Guide to the buildings in Medieval Dynasty you will learn:
- What buildings are there
- How you build them
- Which order makes sense when building
So that you are optimally prepared for the construction of your first village, take a look at our guide with tips and tricks for Medieval Dynasty!
Best location in Medieval Dynasty: where to build the first house
You lay the foundation for your medieval city with your first house in Medieval Dynasty. First, go to the nearby town of Gostovia and speak with Castellan Uniegost, um to start the main quest. He will give you a piece of land on which you can build a new life. Now it’s up to you to find a suitable location. You should pay attention to the following things:
Water is the elixir of life
Since there were no water pipes in the Middle Ages, your first place to stay should be near a river or lake condition. In order to survive, you (and your later inhabitants) must drink regularly. You can also build a fishery later in the game if there is a body of water nearby. This not only provides your villagers with enough water, but also with enough food.
So that you are not on the road for ages to trade with other villages, you should your village can be reached on foot. This also becomes important once you want to recruit villagers.
raw materials in sufficient quantity
At the same time, you need flat areas to create fields and erect new buildings. In addition, a dense forest are nearby, because you need a lot of wood to expand your hut into a village.
Finally, you need a stone deposits in the area if you want to construct more advanced buildings.
Which location do you recommend?
Especially if you are new to Medieval Dynasty, it is advisable to to settle near the first village. Since you can find your way around here quickly, can pay taxes at Uniegost and there are several traders and a fire for recruiting villagers, you should stay close by.
If you open the map with the “M” key, you will see a lake to the east. That northwest shore is the perfect location for your first village. We have marked the best location for you on this map:
Tools are the be-all and end-all of Medieval Dynasty
Once you’ve arrived at the perfect spot for your house, you set about farming the resources to build it. For this you need a stone axe, which you can craft from sticks and stones. With this you can then cut down trees and get the tree trunks and sticks that you need for your house. Additionally you need a malletbecause only with him you can build buildings.
In the beginning your house consists of thin walls made of sticks. In order not to have to upgrade them later, you can use your House also directly with wooden walls equip. To do this, you must have the mallet equipped and select one of the walls of your house. Then press the “E” key and select “Walls” and then the “Wooden Wall” from the menu that appears. Although these cost logs instead of sticks, they are also much more stable. Wooden houses are immensely important for the dwellings of your future villagers, as they increase satisfaction.
What buildings do I build after my first house?
When your house is built, you devote yourself to the quests and resource gathering – that’s how you put one on solid base of materials drives and advances the story. Meanwhile, you should plan in advance where you want to build the other buildings of your settlement later. Houses should be placed as close together as possible. It helps if you imagine an imaginary village center. Or you can use a large rock or a single tree as a landmark.
You should also construct buildings zoom out of your character. This gives you a little more overview of where to put the building. In addition to the houses, you can also build production buildings in which your villagers can do their work. The most important buildings are:
- woodshed: You need it so that your villagers produce wood on their own. This is essential so that your village can continue to grow. Place the shed near trees.
- food storage: The name says it all. Since food can spoil in Medieval Dynasty and the food store slows down this process, you should build it as soon as possible. Looks great next to the barn and fields.
- barn: You urgently need a barn so that your villagers can grow crops for you and process them further. You should build them as soon as possible. Build them on a flat surface where you want to build the fields.
- hunting lodge: Provide yourself not only with meat, but also with leather – this is essential for clothing, among other things. Build the hunter’s lodge a little off the beaten path, near the woods.
- Material storage: This is where you store all non-perishable goods. Build it next to your village’s workshops and forges.
Later in the game you will need more buildings, such as the mine. Minerals needed for higher technologies are mined there. However, you have to reach this near a cave. You can find a complete list of buildings by clicking the Open the construction menu with the “Q” key and select “Building”..
More buildings needed – the building limit
Especially at the beginning you should not overdo it with the buildings. In Medieval Dynasty, your settlement has a Construction limit, i.e. a maximum number of buildings, which you can build at this time. This number is tightly calculated at the beginning of the game: you can only build five buildings at the start.
So that you don’t get into a bottleneck, put your focus on the first basic needs of your villagers: roosts and food. Also, take care of the production of wood as quickly as possible. This not only saves you a lot of time, but also fulfills another need of the residents: firewood with which they can heat their houses.
One good build orderwith which we have optimally built up our village:
First house > Second house > Food storage > Material storage > Lumberjack’s hut > Barn
Increase the build limit
In order for your village to grow, you must increase your building limit. It is working using the main missions. There you will get quests at various points in the story that increase the building limit. You can also set the construction limit increase in the game settings. However, you still have to complete the quests to unlock the maximum building slots.
Incidentally, fields do not count towards the building limit, so you can build as many of them as you want. This also unlocks more buildings.
Unlock buildings: How it works
Before you start building, you must first unlock the buildings in Medieval Dynasty. This works with the help of of the technology system, which bears a certain resemblance to the survival game’s level system: the more you work in a category, the better you become and the more buildings you unlock. There are the following categories and opportunities for improvement:
|technology tree||activation options|
|construction technology||Chop down trees, mine, dig for clay, construct buildings|
|survival technique||Hunting animals, setting traps, fishing|
|agricultural technology||Plowing and fertilizing the fields, sowing, harvesting crops, milking animals, shearing sheep|
|production technology||Crafting items, cooking|
Once you have reached the technology level to construct a special building, you must use the Only buy the plan at face value and then you can build it directly. Of course you need the right materials for this.
Tip: You can easily level up farming technology in particular – just keep building fields and then demolishing them again. For every field you build, you get points in the agricultural technology tree.
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