Welcome to Hill-side Kingdom! Hope you enjoy the tour.
At first you will notice the keep itself, resting on the hill which gave the name to this kingdom. Surrounding it is the inner-most wall and gate, which curves nicely around the hilltop to protect the royal family. At the bottom of the hill is the outer-wall and gate, and between the two walls is the forest, and the weirwood with leaves red as blood.
Beyond the outer-wall is the city and church. Here you will find the living quarters of the busy workers, and their workplaces.
In the keep you will find several things. When entering through the inner-gate, you will find the bathhouse to your left, walking up the stone path. If you continue through the main doors, you will find the purple throne room, named after the dominant color within. There are several paths that lead out from this room.
The one in the upper-left corner leads to the royal bedroom. The leftmost bedroom is reserved to the Queen and King, and the following two rooms are for their children.
Continuing down the hall, you will find the servants quarters. These are less extravagant than the royal bedroom, but they serve their purpose. Back in the throne room, we’ll take the door in the middle to the right. This will lead us down a hall with access to the royal gardens and the graveyard to the north-east. This pathway will join up with the dining hall. Almost twice the size of the throne room, the dining hall serves the purpose of entertainment and the replenishment of food and drinks. The dining room also has a nice view over the graveyard.
The city is split in two; the normal, slightly richer part, and the slum. The slum is identified with the straw roof, and the fact that no building there has windows, while the richer part of the city has a dark wooden roof mixed with red tiles, and windows.
In the city you will find:
The tavern, the rather large building shaped like a horseshoe.
The church, located in the slum, behind the tavern. This is also the only building built in the same stone as the keep.
The smith, next the gates.
The farms, located outside the east side of the outer-wall.
The bakery, located in the richer part with a nice, red roof.
The last defense is a small mote/lake, that surrounds the entire kingdom.
If I am allowed, I would like to have some pictures from within the keep? It is late, and because of computer problems, I have only been able to make the picture shown.
Also, while creating this kingdom, I’ve been reading The Game of Thrones series and you might be able to see that I’ve been a bit inspired.
Also, there might be some white squares on the picture, it is lazy me that didn’t fill it out..
Lastly, it took the most of my Monday and Tuesday terraforming that hill!
I have been using the following mods
Screenshot Mod - by Jontis_00
Trashcan Mod by Burningpet - Converted by Jontis_00
Deedasmi MudMod v0.9
Creative Mod - by Jontis_00 + More Citizens! by RedValkyrie
Flatlands Mod - by Jontis_00
I have also modded the game myself, changing some roofs of some walls (thanks) and I modded out lakes, jungles and rivers to begin with. I also messed around with the cherry tree, to allow it to be on grass.
Sorry for the long post!
Well, we're only two soo... Heh. I don't know, if you counted his vote, then count mine
I'll vote for Yetichow. I like your castle, because unlike mine, yours would actually be usable in-game. I did try to make mine so that all the normal things would be there. but my little wheat field would feed no one. I like the idea of housing as many townsfolk as possible, in the smallest place.
Do I have to press "Vote" in the box or will this count?
Buster10 - Daniel