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  1. on the hightmap tab press the "import hightmap" button make sure first you set the map size to match the map your importing
  2. whilst i do like wurm very much, I feel like people havnt played many mmos if the OP list is anything to go by. Most of these features are available in other games. I just haven't found one (at least a fantasy one) that brings them together nicely. Even games that get close and do some things better than wurm have some big "thing" that makes that whole game less appealing to me than wurm
  3. its getting very difficult to come up with something different
  4. looks good. If you wanted to go a bit further you could choose a smaller brush size and go along the coasts putting in some more detail. Not sure if im seeing it right but is it about 90% trees? That might be ok on one of the islands but players might get quite quickly bored if they have to clear a crap load of trees every time they want to build something
  5. All the info can be found in teh link below but ill do a very basic run through. Set your map size. I prefer 4096 as its nice and big but not ridiculous. Some people prefer 2048. Ignore the other settings and press the "Generate Hightmap" button. When its done you will see an black and white image. Click the dirt/water tab and then press the "drop dirt" button. When its done you will see a colored picture of your map. Next go to the "biomes" tab. You will see a drop down box that currently says "TILE_SAND". Click the "Add biome" button just above it. You should see the map change as sand is added. Go through the drop down list one at a time and click "add biome" for each one (ignore the last 3 at the bottom). You probably also want to skip mycellium. Now go to the "Ores" tab and click "generate ores" (you can change the values if you like. The higher the number the more common it will be. A value of 2 makes it very common). Once its done you will see a greyish picture with multi-colour dots all over it. Thats a very basic map done. Go to the "Actions/Export" tab and click the "Save Map Files" button, let it finish updating and then click the "Save images" button. In your "maps" folder on your computer (probably in the same directory as the wgenerator executable) you will see a fodler with a name that matches the one in the wgenerator actions tab. open it up and check you have 5 png images and 5 .map files (they should be 65,537 for a 4096 map or 16,385 for a 2048). It can be a bit temperamental about creating the images so if you dont see all 5 .png files or if they are strangely small (1kb etc) just press the save images button again. It can take a few moments to do it even tho it doesnt show any signs of life in the editor - if you watch the image files you will see them blink as they are updated. Once you have all your files, copy them and go to your wurm installation directory. Go into the dedicated server folder and then into the "creative" or "adventure" folder (depending on which your using) and paste those files - over-right the ones that are there. Launch your server and enjoy.
  6. This one has some lengthy explanation so made a separate thread. So the general idea on this one was to have region specific resources rather than just randomly spread. I (In my head) split the map into three climate zones with a view to putting in biomes and ore according to the climate you'd expect them on earth. I very quickly realized the limitations of Wurm and so while I did try to keep faithful to logic regarding where you'd expect to find certain things - there was a fair amount of artistic license used. The three zones from north to south are Cold, Temperate, Hot. (I tried to think of polar, equatorial etc but realized being that specific wasn't going to work). In the north I have tried to make a frozen tundra kinda feel. You will also find an abundance of tar at the top - in the wastelands. There is a large marsh/swamp area in the middle of the cold climate zone, complete with moss and peat. The lines are just a rough guide, not a hard border for biomes. Below is how trees are divided; (note, you will find far less trees in general in the hot climate) Cold climate Birch Pine Cedar fir oak hazlenut maple (nearer south) Temperate climate apple tree willow oak walnut maple (nearer north) hazlenut grape cherry (nearer south i think) Hot climate lemon tree orange tree olive tree grape cherry All over Linden raspberry blueberry lingonberry camellia rose lavender ? (might be more south than north) Now, I have created a standard Ore version and a special version. In the special version I have also distributed the ore resources regionally however there is an issue where Wurm likes to randomly spawn sandstone and rocksalt in game which kinda puts a wrench in this idea (as you will see below). Luckily Cuddles has kindly created a mod to fix this here If you want to use the special ores map I highly advise installing this mod first. Special version. Iron is at a standard 2% all across the map. All other ores can be found all over the map BUT they are extremely rare outside of their region. Some material types have more areas than others. Areas are irregular sizes and shapes. In the cold climate slate is very common - 2 % In the hot climate sandstone is very common - 2 % All the other ore materials are more or less non-existent in all areas of the map EXCEPT for patches here and there where they are very common 2%. I have tried to make the patches logical according to where you'd expect to find them IRL but again, a very large amount fo artistic license was required. Cold tin lead silver Temperate marble Hot copper silver zinc Gold doesn't really follow climate zones, more mountains. The exact locations of the ore can be given to anyone who asks, the reason I don't just post a map is that the point of this map is to be exploration and discovery. Standard Ore - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1FxRUdCMxGbGLR74_9iWtuotogpgbuUnx Special Ore - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1jw4zjdgaeIbtfMxJa8c-ecmIQ-63ibDk
  7. possibly - wasnt sure where was best to post it tbh. Im going to play a bit more and then go to the thread i think. cheers
  8. did some testing. on a brand new map i can paint anything i like and it all works. Doesnt matter what order i paint in. The issue seems to pop up after I have put a fair amount of biomes down. All of a sudden trees just wont paint anymore even though other terrain (moss, dirt, sand etc) will. The problem also seems to persist in the image file. If I save the biome image, close everything down, restart teh app and reload the highmap back to blank (painting now works again) but if i import that biome image im back to not being able to paint trees again Its very frustrating as I need to paint the terrain first. Cant really do the trees first and then terrain as it doesnt look right
  9. I have noticed that sometimes when i am using paint mode for trees, i click to add and nothing appears after the map updates. Its not just a case of the slope or height settings or anything like that - it seems to happen after a few biomes have already been added - i think maybe its snow that seems to trigger the problem? For example i am currently working on a map - i have done most of biomes, including snow and now i go to do tress and the vast majority of the tree types arnt applying to the map. If I click the reset all button and then try again with the same settings at the same place it works right away Any idea what the problem is and if there is a fix?
  10. I think this is an issue with the veins spawning in the first place rather than the size of them
  11. how do you get a 3d map view? I can load the map_cave file ok and see the ore and topography maps etc but I cant find how to get a ingame style view. I have tried loading all the other different map files but they all just give me a black screen after the rendering message goes away
  12. not just carpentry but metal working too (brass/steel instruments).
  13. really like this idea - adds more complex items to build and opens up a little more use for alloys. Already have mental images of creating a "rare" violin and giving it a Stradivarius name If this were implemented it would also be nice to get instrument displays so you can have them about as decoration. Not sure how it would work fixing a buff to an area tho. A trumpet in battle seems simpler as the person would have to equip and use it to give the buff but how would you activate an instruments buff and leave it in a house?