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MrFestis

Production chain chart for The Forge Awakens

Hey,

I remember there being a production chain chart, like one giving an overview of (all) production chains, for previous mod versions back when I used to play Banished some time ago, but I can't seem to find a similar one for TFA on the wiki or anywhere. Is there one recovered from before the previous forum went down?

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You can't find it because it doesn't exist. :S

 

There's this one, for CC 1.05

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And there's this one for CC 1.24

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I don't know if I ever made any others.

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what would be helpful is when you hoover the mouse over the building icons ,it would tell you what the building produces and uses. say a tailor uses wool but not leather, you would see that befoe u build it. or a mill that uses corn would show that. with so many mods it can be hard to remevber which does which when playing.

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The problem nowadays is that there are so many new things in CC, with most items having several possible ways of producing them, and then having several possible use. A complete production chart would probably end up looking like some kind of 3D mega-spiderweb mess.

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On 28/12/2016 at 7:51 PM, Vrayna said:

The problem nowadays is that there are so many new things in CC, with most items having several possible ways of producing them, and then having several possible use. A complete production chart would probably end up looking like some kind of 3D mega-spiderweb mess.

This is completely true.

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