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PostSubject: Monarch Guide.   Sun Sep 27, 2015 7:14 pm

Monarch Guide.
Congratulation's on becoming a Monarch! Eh- wait, you're not a Monarch? Get outta' here you filthy scum! Here Royalty has the opportunity to learn how to run their land properly, keeping the economy running smoothly while taxing their people properly. There are various factor's a Monarch must consider before taking on the role of such a demanding position, responsible for creating the necessary housing and organization's mandatory to consider a civilization sustainable. Furthermore, Monarch's have the ability to tax their land's anyway desirable whether it may be on weaponry purchases or quest rewards. So if you're not a Monarch of any land get lost! This information doesn't concern yer' kind fool.

How Do I Create Buildings?p
Splendid question my friend, the answer is either sweat and hard work or the money to pay for the resources. Supplies are necessary for creating structures and buildings, which creates an in-game economy and an absurd amount of repeatable quest's for the community. First thing's first, you're going to have to figure out the kind of building you're trying to create. Below are the supplies specified for certain sized building's and major organizations. Since there's only one continent in playing momentarily, log and cobblestone are the only raw material's capable of obtaining.
[center]Log Building(s)
  • Small Log House - Requirements: 50 logs, 10 cobblestone slabs, 5 lbs sand. The structure has a V topped roof, completely insulated with moss as the log structure stands at 8 feet tall, 10 feet long and wide. The flooring is properly flush cobblestone slabs, lying on top of a wooden foundation. The sand is then refined to glass, creating two windows in the front by the wooden door and on in the back of the home.

  • Medium Log Home: - Requirements: 100 logs, 20 cobblestone slabs, 10 lbs sand. The structure has a V topped roof, completely insulated with moss as the log structure stands at 8 feet tall, 20 feet long and wide. The flooring is properly flush cobblestone slabs, lying on top of a wooden foundation. The sand is then refined to glass, creating two windows for the 5 feet by 5 feet bedrooms as two larger windows reside in the 10 by 10 room on both sides of the door.

  • Large Log Home: - Requirements: 200 logs, 40 cobblestone slabs, 20 lbs sand. The structure has a V topped roof, completely insulated with moss as the log structure stands at 16 feet tall, 20 feet long and wide with two stories. The flooring is properly flush cobblestone slabs, lying on top of a wooden foundation. The sand is then refined to glass, creating four windows for the 5 feet by 5 feet bedrooms, two new rooms added on to the top edition. Two larger windows reside in the 10 by 10 room on both sides of the door. A living room or deck can be added onto the house on top of the 10 by 10 room.


Cobblestone Building(s)
  • Small Cobblestone Home: - Requirements: 20 logs, 80 cobblestone slabs, 5 lbs sand. Unlike the log house, the Cobblestone roof is completely flat with a wooden frame holding the walls together nearly six inches thick. At 8 feet tall, 10 feet long and wide the Cobblestone home has a built in stove which works as a wood stove, the sand refined into two windows beside the wooden door.

  • Medium Cobblestone Home: - Requirements: 40 logs, 160 cobblestone slabs, 10 lbs sand. Unlike the log house, the Cobblestone roof is completely flat with a wooden frame holding the walls together nearly six inches thick. At 8 feet tall, 20 feet long and wide the Cobblestone home has a built in stove which works as a wood stove, the sand refined into two windows beside the wooden door. Another two windows lie in the five feet by feet feet rooms within the back of the house, the entrance similar to the log home.

  • Large Cobblestone Home: - Requirements: 80 logs, 320 cobblestone slabs, 20 lbs sand. Unlike the log house, the Cobblestone roof is completely flat with a wooden frame holding the walls together nearly six inches thick. At 8 feet tall, 20 feet long and wide the Cobblestone home has a built in stove which works as a wood stove, the sand refined into two windows beside the wooden door. Another two windows lie in the five feet by feet feet rooms within the back of the house, the entrance similar to the log home. Another two edition's of 5 feet by 5 feet rooms are added on the top story with a living room which can be used anyway desirable.


Organization(s)
  • Hospital: - Requirements: 500 cobblestone slabs, 150 logs, 50 lbs sand. Most Hospital's structures are two stories tall within a L-shape, the shorter side used for vacancies while the longer for extensive medical research and emergencies. Cobblestone slab's are lined neatly along the wall and flooring, polished down while several windows lie within every room, the wooden structure keeping it sturdy. Hospital's are capable of vacating up to 15 character's, the vacancy proximity being 40 feet by 30 feet long and wide, 16 feet tall. While the longer half is 80 feet by 30 feet, 16 feet tall.
  • Academy: - Requirements: 200 cobblestone, 200 logs. An academy is usually nothing more than a training ground for adventurer's while most paper-work is done in the palace. A massive circular dome that has a diameter of 200 meters is covered in cobblestone reinforcing both inside and outside. Within the middle lies various sparring rings, dummy's for training and a resting facility for fatigued adventurer's.
  • Palace: - Requirements: 500 cobblestone, 400 logs, 100 lbs sand. Castle's have walls of cobblestone six inches thick on both sides, stretching 100 feet wide and long while standing at 20 feet tall. A draw-bridge is created by logs in order for individual's to enter the facility, noting a circular 3 story cobblestone building with wooden roofing spiraling down the sides. Inside the proximity lies the throne room which is 60 feet by 60 with wooden benches lined up before two beautiful thrones. Windows lined up on each wall, the door being reinforced pressure board capable of taking a pounding. Stairs behind the throne's lead up to the living area, both kitchen and living room sharing the 30 feet by 30 feet story. The final floor is the bathroom and 40x40 master bedroom which can be used for storage, resting, whichever the individual desires.
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