Frequent Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Suppose I have two clones. Both are burghers, but one has a mansion and the other has no real estate. So, one of the burghers has 10 plots of land, but he can only cultivate 5. Can I assign my second clone, who has no real estate, to the fields of a clone with a mansion?

Answer: You can! You can assign clones to handle fields in the homes of any other clones in your account.

Question: How many clones of "farmer" status and above can work on one field?

Answer: Only one clone. But he can be helped by hired servants (vagrants). This will speed up work on your fields in some stages of the agricultural cycle.

Question: My clone has harvested, but the amount of produce in the store has not increased. Where did the harvest go?

Answer: Don't worry, your crop is not lost. The harvest is handled by the clone that is assigned to work in that field. Therefore, the harvest was in the bag of this clone. If necessary, you can set up automatic collection of different types of products from the clone inventory into the storage.

Question: Do seeds spoil when stored for a long time? I plan to buy a lot of seeds in reserve so I don't have to worry about having them every time I sow.

Answer: A stockpile of seeds can be stored in your purse or vault indefinitely and never go bad.

Question: Does it ruin my crop if I have to leave it in the fields unharvested for a while until I pay the agricultural tax?

Answer: The crop does not spoil in the fields from the time of ripening until harvest after the agricultural tax is paid.

Question: How soon will I get my harvest?

Answer: It depends on several factors: whether you used help from servants to speed up the work, whether you fertilized the land additionally, and whether you were not late in paying your harvest tax. If you haven't fertilized the soil or used servants, you'll have a harvest in 20 days. If fertilized at 100%, after 25 days. If they also grazed peacocks in the field, then in 27 days.

Question: What does the "black steam" period mean?

Answer: This is the period during which the land is not used to grow crops, but simply rests. "Black steam" preserves soil fertility and prevents soil depletion.

Question: I'm not quite sure how much faster the farm work would be if I had several servants working on my property at the same time. Let's say I have a castle, that is, the level of development of the house = 50. So there could be 50 vagrants working in this castle and the surrounding fields at the same time. It turns out that if I am currently working on only one field in this castle, then all 50 roamers will be working on this field. And if each tramp speeds up the work by 10%, you end up with a 500% speedup. Is this really true?

Answer: Yes! You are absolutely right: in the situation you describe, the acceleration will indeed be 500%. In this case, the execution time will be reduced by a factor of 6.

Question: The sowing process without a servant takes 48 hours; with one servant, it takes 43.6 hours. How many servant hours will I have to pay in the end?

Answer: Since the final process time is 43.6 hours, the servant will work the same amount of time. You will need to pay for 44 hours (create 44 tasks).