Northgard’s economy has several resources, including food, wood, krowns, stone, iron, and the population. No matter what you do in the game, ensure you do not run out of these resources.
Most Important Things To Consider- Northgard
Resources are needed and must be managed effectively to lead your clan effectively. Also, gathering resources would give you an insurmountable competitive advantage. This guide was put together to help you know more about your resources and manage them.
In Northgard, each month represents one minute in real life. When you see any production value, either positive or negative, the number is indicated by how much of that resource you will gain or lose in one-sixth of a month.
For example: 1month= 60secs×0.16= 10secs. Therefore, the value shown next to a resource is how much you would produce in ten seconds.
Food plays an essential role in your progression and survival. Naturally, all your villagers start by foraging food, but they produce less food than other food-producing choices.
Other food producers are Fishermen, Farmers, and Hunters. Farmers grow the most food, followed by fishermen and hunters, respectively. Upgrading Buildings, Silos, and Tools also increase food production.
Krown is the Northgard currency. It is needed to pay upkeep of buildings and military units. Traditionally, krowns are produced from the town hall. However, you can also get more krowns by building trading posts and hiring traders.
One of the first buildings you can build is the wood cutter’s lodge, and each woodcutter you have generates 24 wood per month. The wood cutter’s lodge upgrade adds woodcutters and increases wood cutting to 29 wood per month.
Stone and Iron
These are Finite resources that are very important in the game. Stone upgrades buildings, creates a carved stone and builds an Altar Of Kings. Iron is essential to increase the capabilities of military and civilian production units.
Terraria: How to Find Every New Critter in 1.4.4 Update
The 1.4.4 update for Terraria introduces a handful of new critters into the game that you can find in various locations.
There have been quite a few additions to the 1.4.4 update of Terraria. One of these additions is the new critters that you can find in various locations throughout the game.
In this guide, we’ll have a look at what those critters are and how you can find them.
How to Find Every New Critter in 1.4.4 Update in Terraria
There are around four new critters that were added to the game in the 1.4.4 update. They’re as follows:
The Stinkbug is a tiny, flying critter that can spawn in the Forest biome. It’s quite easy to catch using a bug net, and you can use it as bait with a 10% Bait Power. Apart from that, you can also combine it with a Platinum Broadsword in order to create the Flymeal sword at a Honey pool.
The second critter is the Toucan which is a bird that can spawn on the surface, particularly in the Jungle biome. It has very little HP and zero defense, so if you want to catch it, you need to use a bug net. If you’re not careful, you can easily kill this bird due to its low health.
You can keep it inside a Toucan Cage (combine it with a Terrarium) and use it as decoration. However, do keep in mind that the Toucan will no longer be able to get outside of the cage after that.
Cockatiels come in gray and yellow variants, and you can normally find them in the Jungle biome, the same as the Toucan. Also, they have very little health with no defense, so using a bug net to capture them is a must.
As with the Toucan, you can use them as decoration by creating a Cockatiel Cage by combining your captured Cockatiel with a Terrarium.
Lastly, we have the Macaws which share the same spawning point as the previous two birds. They also have the same stats and can be placed inside the Macaw Cage to serve as decoration.