Medieval dynasty: do trees grow back?
There are dozens of resources available in Medieval dynasty, but none are as important as trees. Trees are a valuable source of logs, which are needed to build just about anything. As you expand your village, you may notice that you clear entire forest areas just to build a few houses.
In this guide, we’re going to go over a few things you need to know about trees, including whether or not they are regrowing. If you’ve already cut down a lot of trees, don’t worry. The valley has very dense forests; it will take some time to clear the whole tree map.
Are trees growing back?
After chopping down an entire forest of trees, you might regret clearing the area. Fortunately, you have some good news. Trees are growing again! There is a catch though; trees will only grow back if you leave the stump and wait about two years. This means that if you have ever used a shovel to remove stumps, these trees will never grow back.
Around the trees, you might also notice several saplings. When you get close to these saplings, you can pick up sticks, which causes the saplings to disappear. In real life, young trees grow into bigger trees, but in the medieval dynasty, they will always remain small. Saplings are a source of sticks and will never grow into large trees.
Maximize the amount of logs collected
All trees are not created equal; some will provide more resources than others. Below, you can find the three types of trees in the game, along with the number of logs each will produce.
- Birch tree: 2 newspapers
- A spruce: 3 newspapers
- Maple: 4 newspapers
As you can see, maples will produce the most logs, which means you don’t have to cut down as many. For example, if you need eight logs, you only need two maple trees. If you were to use birch logs, you would need to fell four. It might not seem like too many trees, but as you expand your village and place new buildings you will need dozens of logs.
What happens when the villagers collect logs?
Once you’ve built a lumber shed, you can ask the villagers to collect logs and sticks, as well as craft firewood and planks. With an ax in the building inventory, you can assign a villager the job of lumberjack; this means that they will spend their day gathering the resources that you have allocated from the management tab.
A villager in charge of collecting logs from the pyre will cut down the trees that are nearby, but if there are no trees in the area, they will essentially create the logs from scratch. It’s a great way to passively collect logs without having to cut down trees.
Overall, small-scale deforestation is inevitable. Don’t forget to assign workers to the stake and leave stumps after cutting down a tree!
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