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Roads

Depending on the type, roads increase the speed your citizens walk by 25% or 50% over no road.  They’re built by Builders who remove the stone, iron ore and trees that are in the way. To place a road diagonally, hold down the shift key while placing the road.

 

Type of Road

Description

Speed

Cost

Dirt Road

basic road made of dirt

+25%

No Cost

Country Road

road covered with fallen leaves

+25%

No Cost

Stone Road

made of stone

+50%

1 Stone per Length

Gravel Road

made of gravel

+50%

No Cost

Soil Road

made of dark soil

+25%

No Cost

Moss Road

mossy stone road

+50%

1 Stone per Length

Brick Road

made of gray brick

+50%

1 Brick per Length

Red Brick Road

made of red brick

+50%

1 Brick per Length

Quay Road

matches pattern of Quay pieces

+50%

1 Stone per Length

Sandstone Road

stone with a different pattern

+50%

1 Stone per Length

Dock Road Vertical

road made with vertical boards

+50%

1 Log per Length

Dock Road Horizontal

road made with horizontal

+50%

1 Log per Length

Dock Road Diagonal

road made with diagonal boards

+50%

1 Log per Length

 

 

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Is the Moss Road supposed to take 1 brick per length? Mine are taking 1 stone per length.

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23 hours ago, scudzilla said:

Is the Moss Road supposed to take 1 brick per length? Mine are taking 1 stone per length.

Description says "mossy stone road" so should be one stone per length. I fixed the chart. Thanks for pointing this out :)

 

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