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Thread: remove wheat fields and wells from build queue

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    Forum Explorer Kotugo's Avatar
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    Lightbulb remove wheat fields and wells from build queue

    If you build anything received from the star menu (noble deed, silo, watermill, etc) then it gets constructed independently of the building queue and all at the same time, why can't this apply to fields and wells which don't use building licenses either? I would have thought the biggest reason a bigger queue is needed is for those times when you have to rebuild 20+ fields/wells.

    Even better would be an option where you can hold shift to be allowed to place them multiple times without having to go through the building menu for each one.

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    Original Serf
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    Seems like a nice little idea to me, would save a lot of time! I imagine some people only play 2-3 hours a day but if they have to replace all their fields and wells there's almost no play time left :P (there's still the mines which take a lot of time, especially iron and coal mines)

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    Agreed

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    I have to say what a neat idea!

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    always looking for quick fixes and eventually the game is completely pointless cause u can rac through it :P Time sinks/bottlenecks are there for a purpose

    But don;t worry, you pain will be halved and as u all think it is such a neat idea u all will be buying the 3 extra slots in queue when they get pushed to live servers i guess )- only a few 1000 gems here and there and so much less pain

    now THAt is a neat idea

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    Good ideas. Building wheat fields, wells and mines over and over again is probably the most annoying feature in the game. You could of course argue that it adds to strategy and planning, but to be honest the only strategic decision I have made is to build more wheat fields, more wells and not upgrading my mines.

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    here here!

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    awesome idea...

    Perfect for me would be this;

    6 build queue for buildings

    Commander 2-style buildqueue for wheat & water (you can place like 50 buildings in a row and they will be built in like hours after you stopped playing)

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    good idea

    but the silo is supposed to refill wheat fields , not too sure though not got one

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    crysman
    Good idea. Buildings not needing a license NOT added to build queue!

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