I just love the level of element in character domain customization of making it your domain vs making it only your point and click chore zone.
To add onto this idea, why don't we also give the Minions jobs and create a sort of economy within the camp to interface with other camps?This is my thought here. You will have the skill of Blacksmithing, but this skill is based on the level and mount of Smith minions you possess. Using these minions, you smith something like Iron Sword.This iron sword then becomes available in your Camp Shop from your Shopkeeper minions, who other people can also buy items from. When money is spent at the shop, it's added to the Camp Treasury(Separate from Player Gold) And Camp Treasury gold can be used for things like training better minions, buying more minions, upgrading merchandise in shops, and buying specialty missions potentially.In essence, this idea is to create a circle of you do something in order to make an item, that item once it's made, is available in the shop permanently. So if you make it before others or they don't know how, you encourage people to buy from you. And if not, you buying puts money in treasury to improve the minions, camp, and quests. Then, use things found in quests and stuff to improve the camp, and the camp stuff to improve you.Possible minions include Shopkeeper, Blacksmith, Zookeeper, Alchemist, Librarian, Class Trainer, Enchanter, and potentially others that escape me at this time. Combine this with quest and mission minions, and it makes managing minion population fun and interesting. You could even make quests that are only able to be done by certain types of minions to add challenge factor. Which brings the next idea: Minion tradingIs your camp missing a blacksmith and you no longer feel you need your alchemist? Trade him over to someone else and voila, player interaction.For max number of types of minions, that would be regulated by the best minion type, that I just thought ofThe Leader Minions. Amount and level increase total minion count, max levels of minions, and what kinds of minions you have access to.
where is the book in the picture ?
you mean cuz we exaggerated them, @Musashi ?
@TheWizard No, I mean the way the way items that should look distant do not really look distant. Its a perspective thing.. looks awkward to me but I understand why it is the way it is here
which book do you mean @helpicantfly & @Darggie? (apologies, I'm a wizened wizard)