Chogata Posted February 8, 2018 Report Share Posted February 8, 2018 So, I've been playing for a few hours (on single), I love it so far except I sorely miss a minimap (or maybe there is one and I haven't found it?), but one thing that bugs me is that I still cannot grow my own food. I can't hunt also, I tried, but everything is faster than me and arrows seem to require feathers and chicks ... are faster than me . I've read in the wiki that I can replant berry bushes, I need to start doing that. But I have a house, I have storage, I've left my first charcoal pit smoking yesterday when I logged out, yet I'm all the time at the edge of starving, because it's either go and scavenge for food (and get lost, often!) or do something useful (like produce charcoal to finally make that copper hoe...) I really don't like it. It's counter intuitive, it's pushing me too fast into metal age. Agriculture is older than metalworking. I vote for a stone hoe. There can be improvements after metal is introduced. Maybe metal hoe is more effective and allows farmland to be better irrigated? So we could have degrees of irrigation (medium/high), crops would mature slower on medium irrigated soil and/or give smaller yield (like 2 carrots instead of 4 from a mature crop). BTW, side question: do wild crops mature? I have a 8/9 flax almost next to my house and it's stayed that way for several in-game days now... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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