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  1. Established by widows of unfortunate sailors and fishermen, the Seafarers Shrine is a small place of worship. Like the Parish House, up to 60 people may attend. Footprint Attendance Happiness Type/Radius Profession Max Workers 5 x 6 max: 60 Spirit / 20 Cleric 1 Construction Requirements: Work Required 45 Logs 30 Stone 60
  2. An Old Church that caters to the need of the townsfolk to worship in peace. Up to 300 people may attend here. Footprint Attendance Happiness Type/Radius Profession Max Workers 5 x 8 max: 300 Spirit / 20 Cleric 1 Construction Requirements: Work Required 90 Logs 60 Stone 100
  3. The Small Chapel, as the name implies, is a small place of worship. It’s a beautiful and inspiring addition to your town, built of stone with beautiful stained glass windows. Up to 160 people may attend. Footprint Attendance Happiness Type/Radius Profession Max Workers 5 x 6 max: 160 Spirit / 20 Cleric 1 Construction Requirements: Work Required 45 Logs 30 Stone 60
  4. Established by widows of unfortunate sailors and fishermen, the Seafarers Shrine is a small place of worship. Like the Parish House, up to 60 people may attend. Footprint Attendance Happiness Type/Radius Profession Max Workers 5 x 6 max: 60 Spirit / 20 Cleric 1 Construction Requirements: Work Required 45 Logs 30 Stone 60 View full article
  5. An Old Church that caters to the need of the townsfolk to worship in peace. Up to 300 people may attend here. Footprint Attendance Happiness Type/Radius Profession Max Workers 5 x 8 max: 300 Spirit / 20 Cleric 1 Construction Requirements: Work Required 90 Logs 60 Stone 100 View full article
  6. The Small Chapel, as the name implies, is a small place of worship. It’s a beautiful and inspiring addition to your town, built of stone with beautiful stained glass windows. Up to 160 people may attend. Footprint Attendance Happiness Type/Radius Profession Max Workers 5 x 6 max: 160 Spirit / 20 Cleric 1 Construction Requirements: Work Required 45 Logs 30 Stone 60 View full article
  7. The Barber Surgeon is a doctor who can provide medical care for up to 22 sick people. His shop can be built by upgrading the Colonial House. The family living in the house will be made homeless by this upgrade. Construction Requirements: 27 stone, 21 lumber, 30 work Size: 5 by 5 Profession: Physician Number of Workers: 1
  8. The Barber Surgeon is a doctor who can provide medical care for up to 22 sick people. His shop can be built by upgrading the Colonial House. The family living in the house will be made homeless by this upgrade. Construction Requirements: 27 stone, 21 lumber, 30 work Size: 5 by 5 Profession: Physician Number of Workers: 1 View full article
  9. The Apothecary produces various ointments and unguents that are used like herbs at the Herbalist. Everything that is made here is useless without the Herbalist hut outside of trade. Production... v Healing Broth from Wine + Roots + Glassware v Healing Poultice from Honey + Bonemeal + Cloth v Healing Oil from Ginger + Glassware and either Seed Oil or Vegetable Oil · Size: 5 by 6 · Construction Requirements: 31 Stone, 20 Lumber and 60 Work · Profession: Apothecary · Maximum Workers: 2
  10. The Apothecary produces various ointments and unguents that are used like herbs at the Herbalist. Everything that is made here is useless without the Herbalist hut outside of trade. Production... v Healing Broth from Wine + Roots + Glassware v Healing Poultice from Honey + Bonemeal + Cloth v Healing Oil from Ginger + Glassware and either Seed Oil or Vegetable Oil · Size: 5 by 6 · Construction Requirements: 31 Stone, 20 Lumber and 60 Work · Profession: Apothecary · Maximum Workers: 2 View full article
  11. A small Well that fits on a 1 by 1 spot by eliminating the road that's around the standard Well. Water can be obtained from the Roadless Well to help fight fires. Sometimes you will see your citizens hanging around your well; that's because they make your citizens happier. To build: 10 log + 40 stone + 80 work (the same as a standard Well) Happiness Radius: 20
  12. A small Well that fits on a 1 by 1 spot by eliminating the road that's around the standard Well. Water can be obtained from the Roadless Well to help fight fires. Sometimes you will see your citizens hanging around your well; that's because they make your citizens happier. To build: 10 log + 40 stone + 80 work (the same as a standard Well) Happiness Radius: 20 View full article
  13. Your citizens appreciate having a Cemetery. You'll notice that as soon as you build one, they will go to the cemetery and stand around, imagining the nice headstone they'll receive and how their loved ones will come and visit them in their final resting place. When someone dies, their family loses happiness but they are less unhappy if there's a cemetery. In 4-6 years, tombstones decay and disappear, allowing more citizens to be buried in the cemetery. If you mark a cemetery to be removed, the tombstones remain until they have decayed. There are four types of Cemeteries you can build: 1. The standard Banished Cemetery has a nice stone wall all the way around with a primary entrance and 3 smaller entrances on the other sides; the surface area is changed to a green grass. 2. A Fenceless Cemetery has the same grass as the standard one; however, there is no wall. You can choose to surround the cemetery with a different type of fence or a hedge at additional cost - or build it with no walls. 3. A Transparent Cemetery has a wall like the standard Cemetery; however, the surface area does not change from your regular terrain. 4. A Transparent Fenceless Cemetery does not have a wall nor does the surface area look different from your regular terrain. Minimum Size: With Fence: 7 by 7; without Fence: 5 by 5 Maximum Size: With Fence: 20 by 20; without Fence: 40 by 40 Construction Requirements: 1 stone per unit of circumference whether there is a wall or not. A 7 by 7 cemetery requires 24 Stone; a 20 by 15 requires 66 Stone.
  14. Your citizens appreciate having a Cemetery. You'll notice that as soon as you build one, they will go to the cemetery and stand around, imagining the nice headstone they'll receive and how their loved ones will come and visit them in their final resting place. When someone dies, their family loses happiness but they are less unhappy if there's a cemetery. In 4-6 years, tombstones decay and disappear, allowing more citizens to be buried in the cemetery. If you mark a cemetery to be removed, the tombstones remain until they have decayed. There are four types of Cemeteries you can build: 1. The standard Banished Cemetery has a nice stone wall all the way around with a primary entrance and 3 smaller entrances on the other sides; the surface area is changed to a green grass. 2. A Fenceless Cemetery has the same grass as the standard one; however, there is no wall. You can choose to surround the cemetery with a different type of fence or a hedge at additional cost - or build it with no walls. 3. A Transparent Cemetery has a wall like the standard Cemetery; however, the surface area does not change from your regular terrain. 4. A Transparent Fenceless Cemetery does not have a wall nor does the surface area look different from your regular terrain. Minimum Size: With Fence: 7 by 7; without Fence: 5 by 5 Maximum Size: With Fence: 20 by 20; without Fence: 40 by 40 Construction Requirements: 1 stone per unit of circumference whether there is a wall or not. A 7 by 7 cemetery requires 24 Stone; a 20 by 15 requires 66 Stone. View full article