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  1. If a Bee Hive is empty allow us to stack more than 1 on a single tile please. This does Not mean Inactive ( as they are occupied by Bee's ) but when creating new ones, have to do it single, finish, move it ( or load it into a boat for easy imping ) But as far as 'storage' for empty bee hives, allow us to stack them on a single tile.
  2. Some tools will pile when put on a tile with eachother. With these tools i mean large tools like rope tools/grindmill/press etc. It would be nice to be able to all give them their own spot on the ground (simply not stacking). I think looks actually pretty nice and you can use it as furniture. edited: i said not pile but i meant pile, quite a difference.