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Things I wish I knew before playing ‘Going Medieval’

A few tips to make things a bit easier.

Going Medieval
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Going Medieval was released onto Steam Early Access in June 2021, has gone on to receive over 6000 reviews and currently sits with a very positive overall rating. It offers a great balance of base building, resource management and combat to keep things interesting. It is also a very complex game that offers a lot more depth than you might appreciate at first.

I've lost count of how many times I've restarted due to one blunder or another as I've learned the ropes and that is how I have pulled my list below together. These are the main things I wish I had known before starting out on my medieval adventures.

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Store food underground

The whole notion of building downwards was completely lost on me at first. I had concentrated on figuring out how to build taller structures and didn’t appreciate the need to dig down. This was until I got to my first summer when the temperature went sky high, all of my food went off, my villagers starved and rebelled ending my reign without even a single year passing by.

Lesson learned I started messing about with digging basements where the temperature is lower. With these established, a decent floor in place and food shelves built I no longer have an issue with food going off regardless of the weather.

When building food storage aim to have it below your kitchen to avoid unnecessary travelling for your villagers as they get food and ingredients.

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