Foundation

Cottage Industries for Foundation

Released (updated ago). Ranked 35 of 298 with 9,243 (5 today) downloads

Published by Batyushki (mod ID: 733252)

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A large Serf house (density level 2 with 6 living spaces) can now host a cottage industry. One or two workers will raise food or produce an item directly from the home. These workplaces don't require any more space than the house, and have no build cost.

If the house upgrades to Commoner/Citizen housing, the workplace will be closed and any items still in the house will be lost. To prevent this you can un-check the box on the house that allows for upgrades.

Cottage industries currently supported:

  • Gather berries
  • Gather wood
  • Plant trees
  • Grow beans
  • Grow cabbages
  • Grow apples
  • Bake bread
  • Make cheese
  • Weave woolen cloth
  • Sew clothes
  • Make furniture
  • Hunt boar

Dependencies

NameAddedUpdated
Common Resources V1
Furniture
Orchard

Releases

FilenameSizeVersionAddedOptions
cottage_industries_1.0.4.zip6.7kb1.0.4

cottage_industries_1.0.3.zip7.46kb1.0.3

cottage_industries_1.0.2.zip6.6kb1.0.2

cottage_industries_1.0.1.zip6.48kb1.0.1

cottage_industries_1.0.0.zip5.97kb1.0.0

5 comments

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Grumblerbear
Grumblerbear @grumblerbear

what about manual placed houses?

Batyushki
Batyushki @batyushki

Grumblerbear they cannot be used like this, they are set up differently and that setup doesn't allow room for a cottage industry.

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Tomalini @tomalini

Excellent idea, I can't wait to try this mod. Do you know how much less effective workers they will be compared to those working at an actual workplace? i.e. if I set 2 villagers in a cottage to cut trees for wood would they do it at 50% speed of 2 villagers working in an actual lumber camp? Thanks.

Batyushki
Batyushki @batyushki

Basic workplaces like lumber, berries and farming are the same productivity, but with fewer workers.

The trades like cheese and tailor should be about 25% less effective. But I haven't fully tested it yet!

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Tomalini @tomalini

Okay understood, thanks very much.