The settlers are the foundation of your civilization. Upon completion, your civilization will be gone. That is why it is important to keep your villagers happy, healthy, and on a well-constructed schedule. And, accordingly, things aren''t as simple as they appear. If your settlers become too unhappy, they will leave without giving it a second chance. Here''s all you need to know about settlers in Going Medieval.
Happiness is one of the key factors that will determine whether or not a settler sticks around. Whenever you select a settler, you will notice a small smiley-face symbol near their statistics. Select the smiley face and it will show you their actual mood. By placing your cursor over the bar, you will see a percentage. Each settler has a goal percentage.
Many factors can impact a settlers'' mood. For example, sleeping on an uncomfortable bed will increase their mood. They will also notice a gradual drop in mood. Make sure your settlers have everything they need. Make sure they have a safe place to practice religious beliefs, and plenty of water to prevent them from becoming too depressed.
While your health is a complicated task to get started in the real world, you must concentrate on a few key aspects of your settlers'' health. Although attacks can result in injuries, blood loss, and unconsciousness, you will not need to worry about that too much. The stomach is where most of your settlers'' problems will originate at first. Make sure they have a lot of food, water, and keep them away from carcasses. This will ensure that they do not vomiting everywhere.
Each of your neighbors has three meters: consciousness, blood, and pain. Consciousness will indicate how close a settler is to fainting. Blood will indicate how much trauma the villager has experienced, and whether or not they will fall asleep.
Schedule and Jobs
In the event of your absence, you may cut the village by one hour, according to the schedule tab on the left corner of the screen. Each time, you will see a 24-hour timeline that shows the name of each settlers. This will also assist them in their happiness.
The jobs tab appears next to the schedule tab and shows how much of a priority each job type is to each of the settlers. You may increase your lower a jobs priority by selecting the number under the name of the job. The sooner a job is in priority, the more attention the village will give the job. When it comes to finding the employment, you should keep an eye on it.