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Stumps should grow back into trees

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There are a lot of survival games out there, including this one, that require you to remove the stump of a tree and replant it so the tree can grow back again. I don't see the purpose of this when realistically the tree would most likely grow back from the stump. Therefore it's a surprise why so many survival games add this senseless and time consuming task. Stump removal should be something you do if you don't want that tree growing back again in that particular location.

Another thing to note. Many servers, if not all, have rules that require players to remove their stumps because it causes lag. Having stumps grow back into trees could potentially fix this issue.
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    Monday, February 01 2016, 07:07 PM - #Permalink
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    if you uproot it, a tree can regrow... then... not uprooting it prevent getting low quality trees growing back where you don't want trees
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    Thursday, February 04 2016, 05:52 PM - #Permalink
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    Trees don't regrow from stumps.. IRL, the stump will stay there until it rots away or petrifies. This is usually how people find " fat lighter " down in the south, from old petrified pine or other certain types of trees.

    It would be extremely unrealistic for them to grow back from a stump, and a little too farmy for my taste. It's easy enough to get wood as it is, no need to make it even easier by cutting out the planting process.
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    Thursday, February 04 2016, 10:36 PM - #Permalink
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    AshleyMaStarFox wrote:

    Trees don't regrow from stumps.. IRL, the stump will stay there until it rots away or petrifies. This is usually how people find " fat lighter " down in the south, from old petrified pine or other certain types of trees.

    It would be extremely unrealistic for them to grow back from a stump, and a little too farmy for my taste. It's easy enough to get wood as it is, no need to make it even easier by cutting out the planting process.


    that's not totally true, and partially wrong... trees can grow back from stumps

    but here it's simple : stump = no regrowth possible ; no stump = growth possible
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    Friday, February 05 2016, 07:12 PM - #Permalink
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    AshleyMaStarFox wrote:

    Trees don't regrow from stumps.. IRL, the stump will stay there until it rots away or petrifies. This is usually how people find " fat lighter " down in the south, from old petrified pine or other certain types of trees.

    It would be extremely unrealistic for them to grow back from a stump, and a little too farmy for my taste. It's easy enough to get wood as it is, no need to make it even easier by cutting out the planting process.


    I've had trees that I've cut down in my backyard grow back from their stumps, from a various types of trees. I'm sure the type of tree does matter and I'm sure that some trees just wont grow back from their stump if they're unhealthy and so on, but to say they don't is far from the truth. Extremely unrealistic? I suggest you do some research before you make such bold statements which are highly incorrect.
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