Dragons

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Dragons are fierce creatures that come to your country looking for treasure. When a dragon arrives, they will first take some time to examine your town and defences. Then they will attack, spreading fire and destruction.

To avoid an attack, you must give the dragon tribute in the form of gold coins (100), gold bars (20), gems (4) or jewellery (2). These tribute items can be found in the Dragons monument in the Mods menu. Tribute items can be placed anywhere on the map. Dragons will require between three and five tribute items (for example, a total of 300-500 gold coins). Each tribute you offer reduces by one the amount of fire attacks the dragon will carry out. Considering the damage dragon attacks can cause, you should be sure to store up enough treasure to cover at least one dragon attack at all times.

If the dragon is fully appeased, you will get a reward of 10 influence in all three Estates after the dragon departs.

Dragon fires spread much more quickly than normal fires started by villagers, so while you can try to fight fires with Fire Brigades and Builders, you may not be able to contain the blaze. See the Fire mod for more information on fighting fires.

Dragons will not attack your village until you have 50 inhabitants. Dragon attacks are usually not more frequent than once or twice a year.

You can place dragons manually, just for the fun of seeing them attack. Remember to save your game beforehand!

CREDITS
RaisinMuffin for the gold chest model
Minotorious and VJraymon for making examples of movement and behaviour trees for me to follow
Imphenzia (from Youtube) for teaching me low-poly animal modelling in Blender

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14.12 2021
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