Land Fill (Terrains+) Mod

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Author of the Land Fill (Terrains+) Mod: Tremeloe

Water, mud and marsh are friends. Take vantage of the terrain around you with the Land Fill (Terrains+) Mod. Add soils, roads, bridges, sliding floors and more things for you to be able to terraform RimWorld planets.

Land Fill (Terrains+) Mod features

Terrains

  • Soils: built overwater. Some are growable and placed indoor.
  • Bridges: built overwater. Good to walk but deteriorate overtime.
  • Roads: built overwater. Walk more efficiently.
  • Foundations: build overwater. Set up buildings.
  • Slides: built over soils. Increase the walk speed.
  • Water: built over soils and floors. Set up terrains and slow down enemies.

Overwater = includes over water, mud and marsh in most cases.

Balancing

  • Stuffs that rapidly deteriorate don’t require much work or resources.
  • Bad stuffs starts with tribal colonies and don’t require much work or resources.
  • The most part of these terrains can’t be removed but can be replaced.
  • Automated stuffs don’t need energy and aren’t breakable.
  • You need be creative and use combinations with terrains to place they on caves.
  • The pathCost of vanilla water, mud and marsh are slightly changed.

Compatiblity notes

The Land Fill (Terrains+) Mod may present inconsistencies with some mods that add floors. For example, being able to set some terrains in strange places.

This mod is compatible with existing saves, it does not require you to start a new game.




Download

Version: V1.0

This mod is not updated to RimWorld V1.0

Older versions Beta 18
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Summary

Build on water, create bridges, and use the terrain in your favor to prepare impassable defenses. The Land Fill (Terrains+) Mod allows you to do that and more. Forget about the annoying tools in dev mod to modify terrain, and simply do it in a user-friendly way. The things you can do with this mod could be considered cheating, but it’s entirely up to you how you choose to use it.

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