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Zones are 2x2x2

PostPosted: Sat Dec 28, 2013 6:41 am
by nhiscool
It would help a lot with the whole roofing / house thing.

Supposedly making zones inside of a house gives you a sort of boost and a nice thing to look at.


I also can't destroy roofs that fall on top of stuff. .

(I know well that you can "build" another roof "somewhere else" and the villagers will take the roof there but, being unable to right click and destroy it is kind of a pain in the ass :)

Re: Zones are 2x2x2

PostPosted: Sun Dec 29, 2013 5:40 am
by YetiChow
Giving zones a height requirement would be pretty difficult; and it would mean that "rooms" would need to occupy more than one level. That would mean recognition for multi-block items and livings, and that would probably require extensive re-writes. Not that I'm against the idea - in fact I'd love to see that - but it would be a looooong time coming.

However, it's easy to make zones 2x2 on the horizontal plane - in fact, it can be modded already; or if you aren't confident with that you can just pause the game, add a liquid on the zone cell you want removed, and remove the liquid and hey presto - the zone tile is gone!

I think the easiest solution would be for the Devs to make it so that the default zone size is 1 tile, and add <minSize> to the zones which they want to be 3x3 minimum; so that players need only comment out a few lines rather than adding any if they seek to mod the zone sizes.

Re: Zones are 2x2x2

PostPosted: Tue Jan 07, 2014 8:46 am
by Solraven
you can right click, and destroy it... but you have to click in the correct box... if you press "m" you will turn off the auto mouse and will only be able to select/interact with things on the level you are on. otherwise the mouse jumps to the lowest valid tile when you move it. i cant stand the auto mouse... how can anyone play with it turned on

Re: Zones are 2x2x2

PostPosted: Wed Oct 29, 2014 5:46 am
by namal
I'd expect that more than just rogues would consider stealing if the money got too low; but Rogues would have it as a first/second resort rather than a last resort.

I would love to see it that rogues behave like Skyrim players - if there's an un-guarded barrel with valuable things in it (you know, apples or candlesticks :lol:) then those items would disappear when the rogues get bored, and the best way to keep the rogues occupied is of course the dungeon so it rewards players for having "active" heroes and not leaving them idle for too long.