Related things all Medieval Dynasty players will do

Medieval Dynasty is a survival game that takes place in a quaint valley full of small villages and dangerous creatures. As a survival game with a loose storyline, you can do pretty much anything you want. While there are chapter quests for you to complete, you can deviate and build the village of your dreams, or spend your time finding the best wife.


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Like most video games, you’re likely to take some unconventional practices while playing, and many other players happen to do the same. Here you can find some related things we all do when playing Medieval Dynasty.

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7/7 park the horse at the door

First, we park your horse at the gate. This is common in almost all games with horses. Rather than taking your horse to a stable that may be nearby, it is easier to take the horse directly to your door.

This can cause your horse to end up in odd positions, especially if it is parked in such a way that part of its body clips into your house. Your horse won’t be parked on the roof like Roach in The Witcher 3, but if you open the door and see a giant horse’s head, it may cause a slight fright.

6/7 steal from town

We all know stealing is bad in real life. In video games, it’s something else entirely. The mentality seems to be “if I can steal it, I will”. This applies to medieval dynasties. Like Skyrim, you can steal things when no one is looking. If you happen to get caught, you’ll lose some of your dynasty’s reputation.

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Sometimes, this requires you to remain private. But in some cases, you can waltz into villagers’ houses, loot their chests, and take whatever’s around. Sometimes, you may even find the valuables you are looking for. Be careful though, NPCs are smarter than you think! If you try to sell stolen items in the same town, people will start to catch on and you won’t be able to sell.

5/7 Overload your inventory

Medieval dynasties do not have infinite inventory, which means you need to manage the weight of the items you collect. It’s possible to increase your carrying capacity, but many gamers are frustrated with the weight of items. After cutting down a few trees, you’ll be in trouble pretty quickly.

At times, you may be blocked and still have the ability to move slowly. We’ve all been here and had to choose between moving slowly to the warehouse or dropping heavy loads.

4/7 Putting the first house in the wrong place

Building is exciting, especially when you place your first house. If you haven’t fully explored the valley, you probably don’t know where to put this house. This can cause you to put your house in a place you don’t really like.

Although it wastes resources, you can destroy built houses to place them elsewhere. If you happen to be indecisive, this can also happen when you build other buildings in town.

3/7 forgot to take a shower

Even if you live in the Middle Ages and hygiene is not a priority, you still need to take a shower. Wading across a river can get you clean quickly, but if you choose to walk or bike across a bridge and rarely get into the river, you can get dirty.

To clean yourself without a river, you can make a simple washbasin to clean yourself. Of course, this isn’t a core priority of the game, so it’s easy to forget about it all.

2/7 Teleport home after the season

You can sleep at home or by the campfire every night. There are a total of three “days” in a season, which means that in each season, you can sleep three times. If you sleep by a campfire away from home on the last day of the season, you will be teleported to your home.

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It’s a quick way to get home. For example, let’s say you build a town north of Borowo. On the last day of the season, you will travel all the way to Jezerika. Instead of going all the way home, you can simply sleep and teleport back.

1/7 Ignore chapter tasks

Chapter missions are the main story of the game. With these quests, you can earn great rewards and increase your build limit, but sometimes, you might put the main story aside and work on something else entirely.

For example, you recently got married and want to give your wife a nice gift. Instead of finishing the story, you spend your time saving up for gifts. Or, you can push the story aside and work your way up to get your first mount. No shame in not finishing the story right away!

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