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Be able to plant stuff inside of buildings.

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You know, if there's no floor there and there's a patch of dirt, we should be able to plant something. It's a bit irritating to be having our horses stomp something and then not be able to replant it.


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build a hollow house already being used by people in many servers


 


5x4 house - has room in center for 3x2 area that you can build corrals for 3 horses


 


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can plan graze whatever there

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+1, yes please. Being able to build proper stables would be very nice. Making donut houses works, sorta, but is very inefficient and a bit silly.


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It's kinda silly that it says nothing would grow there. people grow stuff in their houses all the time. with part of the ground actually in the house, should be no problem.


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Stables don't actually have grass growing in them most times anyway. Not sure why people would be bugged about something so realistic. When you pen an animal they pack it and it doesn't grow back unless the animal is gone in real life. But for the sake or getting rid of dirt inside of buildings that are meant to have grassy floors I'll +1 simply because it'd be a nice option to have and be able to put horses in a stable setup without worry of constantly dropping grass to feed them.


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