In Going Medieval, building underground brings many benefits. One of the main benefits is that you can store your food in your underground storage so that it can remain safe, fresh, and healthy for a long period, and also it can save your settlers from running out of food. Furthermore, you can also store other materials. So, here we will learn how to build underground storage in Going Medieval.
How to Build Underground Storage in Going Medieval
In order to build underground storage, check out the following simple steps.
1. First of all, use the Pickaxe icon from the bottom right of your screen.
2. After selected, hold down the right-click mouse button and move it around the area to clear it out. Once marked, your Settlers will get to know about it and they will soon start digging that part.
3. Make sure to give your Settlers a few times so that, they can complete this task properly. For this, use the speed time up button which is found at the top of your screen.
4. When sufficient time is passed, and the Settler finishes digging a space underground, you need to press F7 to make underground storage.
5. Once your underground storage is ready, you can then build on the top of whatever you like.
Important Point to Note: If you are going to make a new hole for a basement, then building underground storage does not mean that you can reach there well. You will also need to craft a staircase to get down there.
Also, make sure to keep the game’s ‘stability’ system in mind. In case the support loses, a structure can be collapsed.
That’s all for this guide on How to Build Underground Storage in Going Medieval.
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