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Trees can be cut down by dwarves to produce wood. It is enough to designate only one trunk tile for cutting to chop down the whole tree it belongs to.
Any trunk tile will do, even those that are above ground, or even a single tile of a multi-tile trunk. As a result, it's impossible to"prune" trees by chopping down only parts of them. 6 points 8 years ago. (B)uild -> dirt r (O)ad. Capital O. It will build a dirt road. This will destroy any/all foilage and prep all farmable tiles for farming.
Be warned, however, that this does not work underground (as it will clear away the mud) nor does it remove pebbles/boulders. Boulders you can smoot.
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Thus, the amount of local trees greatly affects fortress development, as without a ready source of wood, the player will be forced to rely on trade to get it.
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Aug 02, Now, years later, and with a stronger dwarf militia, more trees have grown in that spot, but they are no longer designate-able for chopping in that exact tile wide stretch I had previously clear cut.
The entire region 7-tiles tree removal philadelphia ms and below the 3-tile road shown here will no longer accept tree chopping designations. Dwarves won't chop down trees in my new fort. So yeah, as the title says. I designate trees to be cut, nobody who's assigned to the work picks up the axe we have and cuts them.
I can't make beds. The feather tree is a special tree that grows only in good aligned areas.
Unlike other above ground trees, it yields cream colored logs when cut down. Strangely, they bear eggs for fruit. Featherwood is the lightest wood in the game, so it should be used for things that get hauled around very frequently, such as bins, barrels and bushhaul.bar increases dwarf speed as they carry these items.