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Outdoor stairs \ Stairway pathways

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A new paving type or a kind of brdge -- stairs, that would allow walking over 40+ slope tiles. No riding horses, no driving carts, only walking. The direction or orientation of stairs would be defined by two flat tile borders for each tile.

 

Slope limit? Skill requirement? Walking speed? Questions for you to answer.

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Pave it with wooden beams on dirt.

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aww, that would be nice
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should be able to make it out of almost every material out there, wood, stone, sandstone, slate, etc. More difficult then standard pavement, maybe 5-10 bricks/beams/planks or something like that to finish one tile? Skill requirement could be the same as stone houses for stone ones,.. a bit lower for wood types? Could be a bit slower than running up normal sloped roads, or cost a bit more stamina.

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I really like the idea!

(also please allow stairs outside of buildings leading up to higher levels of buildings)

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Nice idea... +1 from me!

 

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I was thinking of posting a similar suggestion myself a month or two ago. 60 slope seems like a reasonable limit. If this gets implemented, I might just drop everything and go on a trail-building spree

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yes please.  Also ability to build stairs on outside of buildings. 

 

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in Australia where the aboriginals lived they carved steps out of stone so let's use stone too perhaps?

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