Builder\'s HallGreat engines of war are crafted from strong oaks.
Although wood was the main building material for most of the tribes of Europe, each developed their own construction techniques depending on what was available. Some even developed techniques that allowed them to build in areas previously considered uninhabitable. The tribes of Ireland and Scotland built homes in rivers and lakes: manmade islands, or crannogs, provided their occupants with protection against attacks from men and beasts. The construction of the island involved wooden piles to create a sturdy base, in a circle to minimise erosion. They were often reached by wooden gangways and had traditional wooden roundhouses at their centre.
Building NameBuilder\'s Hall
Effects100 wealth from manufacturing (industry) (this_building)
-8 public order per turn (squalor) (this_province)
Provides Garrison Army
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Siege Engine / Field Artillery / (Ste_Ballista)
A wise horse-general knows that there are other ways to kill a foe.