I think stone tools are equally as unrealistic as wooden and flint oned. 'who ever heard of a stick in the shape of a pickaxe smashing through solid rock'. As such if any changes are made, which seems unescessary imo I suggest they be more thourough and interesting. All stone tools being replaced by flint wood be a start, you cant exactly just attach a large rock to a stick. These early level flint tools would not have anything attached to them, just be sharpened and shape rocks.
Shameful im pointing this out I suppose, because it was me, but this thread does bear certain similarities to this thread here.
To be fair, spiders shouldn't really spawn on the path also. They were afraid of it as it was elf-made I think...
Tbh that sounds just like a simpler version of the custom banners and perhaps far more achievable.
The real challenge for them would be the skin style upload function, which im not sure is possible.
Ignore that then!
Actually, small midges and other small insects don't seem to mind light rain. I think the air just pushes them out the way.
There are already textures for the shire pine wood in the mod file. Have a look if you want. Anyway, I'm sure this is both obvious and planned, and likely already being worked upon.
Well some evil factions buy gems, particularly the Haradrim and Easterlings
Larger pots should be able to store wines, methinks.
Recneps wrote: If humans were perfect, all governmental systems would work equally well. Humans are, however, not perfect.
If humans where perfect, we would need absolutely no government. Government is just a way to stop complete & utter chaos. It's also a good way for dictators to come to power. Mankind would be a lot better off is there where no massive governments. After all, incredibly corrupt people = city people (reason being, city people are greedier, lazier, & unhappier than people living in the country). People where happier when there where about 500,000 people total on the earth. Also, a government is a good way to start a global reset (near eradication of the population, descent back into stone age, you know, the usual doomsday scenario).
Call me an Anarchist if you will, I call myself a realist.
This sounds like polpot level stuff, stop.
We should attempt to build a true socialist society, but first we have to overcome human nature.