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TERRAFORMING AND BUILDING
Q: How terraforming is performed here?
A: In Life is Feudal: MMO terraforming feature сan change the terrain almost in every way and limited by the laws of physics only. It basically means that you can dig a giant hill, a deep mine and perform almost every kind of earthworks. Terraforming consists of three different actions: Observation, Modifying Terrain, Flattering Terrain.
Observation. “Observe” option allows the player to view the terrain height in an 11 x 11 grid. Each tile in the Observe mode within the grid has a number representing their height above sea level and these numbers are color-coded to denote the height difference between every other tile in the nearby area. The tiles are highlighted with white for unflattened tile or green for flattened tile. The material is taken off or poured on the ground also affect the texture of the tile an example would be unscathed fertile soils are textured as green grasslands in the world, but if a player decides to pour a fertile soil on top it the texture will be shown as brown;
After you’ve selected the area you want to work with, it’s time to proceed to Terrain Modifying. In Life is Feudal: MMO you can either raise or lower the selected tile by 0.1 meters of its current height. When lowering terrain, the player gains a pile of material removed from the ground which can be spent on raising the ground later. You can usually pick up what you have dropped, except for paving, which takes 30 units of rock, while lowering the terrain on paved tile gives you back only 15 units of rock. Solid terrain (rock, marble, granite, ore) cannot be lowered, only mined.
When you will finally satisfy your creative intentions, you may finally proceed to Terrain Flattening. Remember: no matter what earthworks were done, you cannot build almost anything on an uneven ground. The action works by copying the height of the tile the player is standing on to the tile that is being flattened, which means that the player will either lower or raise the ground first before the tile will be flattened. The player can also flatten the terrain in an upward or downward slope where these tiles are sloped in a specific direction based where the player is facing, but only a few structures, such as fences and walls, can be built on the sloped terrain.
Q: What if I want to dig an underground mine?
A: First, keep in mind: to begin this type of earthworks you should achieve Level 30 of Artisan. In order to have your own underground mine you should equip a pickaxe, then use Dig a tunnel/Dig a tunnel upward/Dig a tunnel downward commands and dig your way into the precious resources. Aside from that, always remember to reinforce the walls of the tunnel and supply your mine with support columns on time in order to prevent being buried alive.
Action “Reinforce Tunnel Walls” requires 4 boards and primitive hammer or a mallet.
Action “Construct a Supporting Column” requires 2 building logs and primitive hammer or a mallet.
Q: How can I get out of Newbie Island?
A: One does not simply leave this sacred land. If you will decide to farewell our hospitable island, you should acquaint with Ferryman, who lives in a tower of crashed ships. This tower can be noticed by a giant pillar of light, proudly rising on the north. But, in case if you will get lost, we will supply you with a small tip. You are welcome.
Q: How does the ticket to the mainland work?
After you get to the Ferryman, you will be offered to pay the price and leave the Newbie Island with a ticket
to the mainland, where the great deeds are being done and where the history will be written. You can buy this ticket from Ferryman relatively or in the in-game shop. Also, a certain amount tickets will be granted to you once you purchase either Starter or Believer Pack. These tickets are undroppable and will stay in your inventory right until the moment you decide to use them.
Tickets obtained with Packs can be transferred to another player. Tickets of other origins are not transferable.