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  1. Hello everyone! I'm a big fan of Visual Studio Code. I've used it to dabble into C# coding, doing web development, creating Minecraft mods, and now also creating mods for Vintage Story! My tiny, unfinished mods are already available on GitHub. Hopefully I will eventually create something playable, and interesting. Either way, I created a repository which walks people through how to set up a new project on their own and explains things on the way. You can find it here: GitHub: copygirl/howto-example-mod Any feedback is appreciated, especially if you're using VS Code or this setup in particular, but feel free to also talk or ask about VS Code in general.
  2. Hi and welcome to how to make a helvehammer setup in your windmill, because I couldn't find any good tutorials and I had to figure it out by hand! And it sucked! To build one of these setups to hammer out iron blooms, you're going to need quite a bit in the way of materials! I will list what you'll need for both the windmill as well as what's necessary for the helvehammer setup. As a side note, the tools you use can be made of any metal. Windmill For the windmill itself, you'll need: Wooden Axles (as many as you would like the windmill to be tall) 1 Angled Gear 1 Windmill Rotor 4 - 20 Sails; you only need four for the base windmill, but you can top out at twenty. Tools you'll need: Hammer - Chisel - Saw Materials needed: Sticks - Logs - Animal Fat - Linen Recipes: You'll need to place a block to stick one of the wooden axles to for it to sit up vertically. From there, you can stack them as high as you'd like to your heart's content, until you want to turn it so you can extend it forward. For that, you'll need to place another block (or a stack of them), then set at least the first axle on the block. Between the last vertical axle and the first horizontal axle is where the angled gear will be placed. When you've got the horizontal axles extended as far as you'd like, you place the windmill rotor on the final axle, and then place the sails. You have to have four in your hand to be able to place them on the rotor. Helvehammer & Setup Again, the tools for used for this can be made of any metal/wood. The tools used before can be used for this. For the helvehammer itself, you'll need: Helvehammerhead - 8 boards For the setup, you'll need: 1 Angled Gear 1 Wooden Toggle 1 Helve Hammer Base 1 Anvil 1 Brake (Optional) For using the helvehammer to work blooms, you'll also need a forge, charcoal, and a torch. These items are used to heat the blooms up before putting them beneath the helvehammer. Tools you'll need: Hammer - Chisel - Saw Materials needed: Sticks - Logs - Animal Fat - Wooden Axles Recipes: To set up your helvehammer station, you'll need to first place the wooden toggle next to the bottom axle of the previously constructed windmill. In the empty space beside the toggle, and below the axle, is where the angled gear must be placed to connect the two items. The helve hammer base should be placed behind the wooden toggle, and the helvehammer placed on the base. Beneath the hammer is where the anvil goes, and it does not matter if you place it before or after you place the hammer. If you want to use the brake, in case you get sick of the tink-tink-tink of the helvehammer tapping away, or if you ever decide that you want to just stop your windmill from turning, it should be placed alongside the toggle. Right clicking it will close the wooden mouth over the axle within, and smoke particles should start appearing. It will take a few moments for it to stop the turning of the axles, so don't worry if it doesn't stop immediately. If you want to stop the helvehammer but not your windmill itself, simply remove the angled gear between the toggle and the windmill's axle. It can be easily replaced later. And that's how to build a working windmill/helvehammer setup! As a side note, you'll want to build your windmill where it will catch lots of wind. You can also connect a second windmill blade to the open end of the toggle/brake to give more power to the hammer! Big shoutout to @Valerie Frazier for letting me use her windmill and setup! She makes the cutest windmills, and after we worked together to figure out how to set one of these up she made one on her server!
  3. While streaming and discussing the topic of the tutorial and other various system in the game I came up with an idea for a potential non-intrusive tutorial. A hot-keyed Survival Guide which will explain the various parts of survival in the world of Vintage Story. This book would contain explanations about most of the systems in the game and would assist new players in understanding some of the more obscure mechanics. I also suggest that there be possibly images or videos/gifs that demonstrate some of the systems leaving no ambiguity for the player. The controls displayed in the guide would have to be dynamic and reflect the players current control scheme as to not cause confusion. Given that it could be a book-styled interface it would be lore friendly and fit the games theme too.
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