Despite buildings being relatively easy to create, unlocking the ability to upgrade them is less straightforward. This guide aims to explain step-by-step on how to upgrade houses in Medieval Dynasty.
How to Upgrade Houses in Medieval Dynasty
Let’s start by noting, first of all, that building upgrades can only be done to houses and no other buildings. Also, the function of these house upgrades is to change the exterior of the houses. This will increase the happiness of the villagers that live in them, so they’re important for making your villagers happy.
With that out of the gate, let’s go more in-depth on how to upgrade houses.
First off, you’ll need to do obtain experience and points towards unlocking the production skill called “Handyman”. This is relatively straightforward: any crafting you do will increase your Production experience and give you skill points. So for now, you just have to craft any and all buildings you can. Once you have obtained enough points, simply unlock the Handyman skill, found in the Production tab, represented by an anvil, under Skills.
After you have obtained the Handyman skill, equip your hammer and right-click to bring up a menu with a multitude of options. The topmost center one of those options is Upgrade, so pick that. Any building that can be upgrade will now have a teal overlay over it and will show you the required materials when you approach any of its walls.
Upgrading itself is not too different from the act of building a house. You upgrade one wall at a time and the appearance of the wall noticeable changes when you finish upgrading it. The materials required to upgrade vary depending on if the house has stone walls or wattle walls, but the process is the same for both.
But there you have it, that’s the gist of the process. Now you just need to gather the materials to upgrade the houses, but it’s well worth doing so as this will greatly increase the insulation of each house, which will in turn increase the happiness of the villagers which reside in it.
Fully insulated houses are very resilient to external elements, such as the heat of summer and the cold of winter, which villagers definitely appreciate.
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How To Get A 4th Ingredient Slot For Necromancy In Spellforce Conquest Of Eo
Make the undead fight for you by using this guide!
The Frozen Throne was one of the RTS games I previously played, and I recall playing the campaign and going up against the undead only to discover that you actually sided with the undead in the end. Given the discussion of the undead, some of you may be familiar with necromancy in Spellforce. If you’re lacking the fourth ingredient and are unsure of how to obtain it, don’t worry—we’ve got you covered.
The 4th Ingredient Slot For Necromancy
It is important to note that you may complete all Necromancy concoctions, even Tier 3 units, with just the initial three ingredients. To make some of the more challenging undead, you will undoubtedly require higher quality ingredients.
However, if you have advanced in the game sufficiently to obtain the more valuable resources, you do not need the fourth ingredient.
Open your Grimoire to see the location of the fourth ingredient for necromancy. When you’re in the Grimoire, use the tabs at the bottom of the screen to go to the Necromancy page; the icon is a malevolent hand emerging from the ground.
There are a number of challenges there, and each one provides a prize. The first three tests concern spells. After successfully completing the first three tasks, you receive the Summon Necromancer Minions, Soul Cage, and Soul Catcher.
But the Soul Well, a unique room, can only be accessed by completing the final task. You will receive new prizes as you unlock this room and add it to your tower, such as weekly souls, an extra army stack space, and the option to utilize a fourth ingredient when summoning undead creatures using necromancy.