> Population 64
> Fear factor - Pleasant 5 (+5)
> Drinking Ale % 100 (+4)
> Blessed % 75 to 99 (+3)
> Food types 4 types of food (Recommended ---> "Double rations") (+3) (+8) = (+11) :-)
> Big dining table for special ceremonies like: marriage, birth, victory in battle, festival, feast, religious ceremonies and customs.
> Shower of warm water (with herbs for medical purpose).
> Reservoirs which collects fresh rainwater, which is more than enough for such small village (SmallVilla).
> Sell extra food above 75 units(for every single type of food, it means above 300 units of four different types of food)for Gold
> Gold source : Tax (-4 "average tax" is enough for game type "very hard")
: Stone, weapon, iron & pitch.
The following objectives you have to accomplish:
> Game type Very Hard
> Acquire Gold 20000
> Fear factor - Pleasant 5
> Drinking Ale % 100
> Blessed % 75
> Complete castle
> Eliminate all enemy units
"Food food food! I'm putting on so much weight"
Although its the small village, many other provinces rely on Small Villa for its major export in Bread and Stone.
Beer consumption is also a large trait in this town.Small Villa is famed for its peaceful environment with breathtaking views
of the mountain range. It is also known for its beautiful rivers that run freshwater streams from the mountain tops.
A raw water reservoir doesn't simply hold water until it is needed. It is the first part of the water treatment process.
The time the water is held for before it is released is known as the retention time, and is a design feature that allows
larger particles and silts to settle out as well as time for the biological treatment of algae and bacteria by plankton-like
creatures that naturally live within the water.
Water is then released from the reservoir, generally by gravity, to be cleaned for drinking water. In the event that major
rain occurs, water can be released, decreasing the reservoir's water level and water in an irrigation reservoir is released
into networks of canals mainly for use in farmlands or secondary water systems.