When you bring back the Halflings, their gratitude knows no limits. They immediately spread out into all provinces you have completed and populate the "known and secured lands". From then on, Halflings from every completed province will send a small obolus of a new resource, Divine Seeds, to your trader where you can collect it daily. Seeds, like Mana, is a decaying resource. Obviously, the more provinces you complete, the bigger the daily Seeds delivery will be.
Of course, there's also a group of Halflings that wants to stay and settle in your town. Their goal is to celebrate the ultimate harvest festival with you, their savior. Therefore, they build up a giant farm, where all kinds of fruits are cultivated. The date of the harvest festival draws nearer and nearer and there's still so much to plant and grow and harvest... Will your town be ready for the ultimate party in time?
|Halflings Buildings List Overview|
The Spring Grove will allow the Little Folk to enter your city. Here they will live while in your city, from here they spread out through your Provinces to collect seeds and here they store everything they need for the Harvest Festival
Being the only way to bring the Halflings back to life and keep them in your city until they are fully established, the Spring Grove will need a street connection to your Main Hall at all times, just like all the buildings you have so far. On the other hand, to connect the Portal to the Halflings' production buildings - Halflings Farm and Grain Field - you will need a special street called the Irrigation Canal.
The Spring Grove will act as the storage for all that Halflings produce on their Farm as well as being the source for their production bonus.
Clicking on the building opens your inventory for the race's productions: it will show you the storage capacity for those three Goods, the amount you have of all the others as well as the current bonus percentage for all buildings' productions. When the storage is full for Tingle Bread, Savvy Soup and Jolly Jelly, it will show a red bar on the respective Good information. To enlarge its storage capacity you will need to upgrade the Spring Grove to the next level or spend some Goods!
If you hover your mouse over the Spring Grove you will be able to see a tooltip with the current storage capacity and how filled with Goods your building is.
You can only build the Spring Grove after researching its technology and as long as you have the proper resources to unlock it in the Research Tree. It needs a street connection to the Main Hall, it can be sold, rebuilt and upgraded.
|Hint: Even if you sell your Spring Grove, you will keep the race's resources in your city! Nevertheless you might want to keep the Spring Grove until you finished all Halfling quests.|
Upgrading the Spring Grove to a new level will increase:
- The amount of Tingle Bread, Savvy Soup and Jolly Jelly you can store;
- The production bonus for all the Halfling Goods;
Spring Grove Overview
|Spring Grove Information|
|Capacity||Capacity||Capacity||Resources Production Boost Resources Production Boost|
|Level 1||Level 2||Level 3||Level 4|
With streets you can connect your buildings to the Main Hall. You will need them to activate the functionality of all buildings, except most of the cultural ones.
Building streets does not require a builder, nor do streets use any of your population, they will only require construction costs.
At the beginning your streets will be simple footpaths that only serve to connect your buildings to the Main Hall. However as you develop your city you may find the need to also improve your streets. For that you will need to unlock the corresponding technologies in the Research menu and then replace the old ones, but you will find it is worth it! Not only will the new streets embellish your city even more but they will also provide culture.
To upgrade your streets you don’t need to remove the old ones, you can just place the new ones on top of them and they will be replaced. If by any chance, at a certain point you don’t have enough resources to keep placing the new streets, a red information will be shown.
Note : Selling or upgrading old streets will not give you back the resources you used to build them.
|Streets Information Humans & Elves|
|Simplicity is key for this street. The soft moss makes it very comfortable to walk barefooted while the trails help transporting heavy things with barrows.||71.000 2.500||144|
Guest Races Streets
|A canal that provides a steady flow of water to the Farms and Fields while also serving as a transportation route between Farms and the Spring Grove||230.000 8.100||80|
The Halflings Farm is the first building that the Halflings will bring into your city and it will produce: Magic Fertilizer , Tingle Bread , Savvy Soup and JollyJelly .
The Halflings are farmers at heart. In the Farms, Magic Fertilizer is produced for the Fields they cultivate. Farms also process ressources from the Grain Field in order to produce Tingle Bread, Savvy Soup and Jolly Jelly that are required to unlock new technologies in the Halflings chapter in the Research Tree.
Producing in the Halfling Farm requires a wide variety of input resources: to produce Fertilizer you will need Mana, to produce Tingle Bread, you will need Magic Dust, Grain and Carrots, to produce Savvy Soup you will need Elixir, Carrots and Pumpkins and to produce Jolly Jelly you will need Gems, Pumpkins and Apples.
Grain, Carrots, Pumpkins and Apples are produced in the Grain Field. This is why you will see a premium option to get these products when you first open the production window on the Halfling Farm. However, as soon as you build the Grain Field and have enough of Grain, Carrots, Pumpkins and/or Apples to produce this Good, you will see its button green as the others.
You can boost your Halfling Farm production by upgrading the Spring Grove in order to allow you to produce more in the same amount of time. You will know that there is a bonus given from a boost if you see a green arrow on the Goods icon.
While the production is running, you can see its progress, the remaining production time and the current amount of the produced Good. If you want, you can cancel the production and you will get the input resources back.
After your production is finished you will need to collect it in order to add it to your Spring Grove (Portal) storage. You will see the an icon on the top of each Halfling Farm matching the chosen production. Tingle Bread, Savvy Soup and Jolly Jelly will have a limited Storage capacity for the Halfling Farm, meaning you will see a greyed icon for this Good when you reach its maximum capacity.
If this happens, you can either spend some of this resource in order to have more available space for it, upgrade the Spring Grove to increase its storage capacity or just discard that production so that you can immediately start a different one.
To get a Halfling Farm you need to unlock its technology in the Research Tree and build it via the Buildings menu, as long as you have the required resources. It needs an Irrigation canal connection to the Spring Grove, it can be sold, rebuilt and upgraded.
Upgrading a Halfling Farm to the next level will increase:
- The amount of produced Goods per time. So, the production will be more efficient!
Halfling Farm Overview
|Halfling Farm Information|
|Level 1||Level 2||Level 3||Level 4|
The Grain Field produces Grain , Carrots , Pumpkins and Apples , depending on the level of the building! (This is different from what we have seen before in Elvenar)
Note: The fields are only able to produce one type resource per building level.
In the Farms, Magic Fertilizer is produced for the Fields they cultivate. The Grain Field, which need a direct connection to a Farm (but no street connection and no irrigation canal connection), can only produce one resource at a time. By upgrading a Grain Field, the produced resource will change. So you don't upgrade Grain Fields to improve the output, but to switch to a different resource!
Depending on the level, the Grain Field produce either Grain, Carrots, Pumpkins or Apples that can then be processed in the Farms to make Tingle Bread, Savvy Soup and Jolly Jelly.
The Grain Field doesn't require any resource to produce. Grain(level 1) or Carrots(level 2) or Pumpkins(level 3) or Apples(level 4) are produced automatically over time from the Grain Field without the need for you to give the order. You will only need to click on the building to collect the Goods and store them in the Spring Grove. The produced resource will only be available once it has been collected!
You can boost your Grain Field production by upgrading the Spring Grove in order to allow you to produce more in the same amount of time.You will know that there is a bonus given from a boost if you see a green arrow on the Goods icon.
After your production is finished you will need to collect it in order to add it to your Portal storage. You will see the an icon on the top of each Grain Field matching the chosen production.
To get a Grain Field you need to unlock its technology in the Research Tree and build it via the Buildings menu, as long as you have the required resources. It needs to be adjacent to a Halfling Farm, it can be sold, rebuilt and upgraded.
Upgrading a Grain Field to the next level does not enhance production but rather switch to a different good.
Grain Field Overview
|Grain Field Information|
|Level 1||Level 2||Level 3||Level 4|
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