The Granary is where all of the Castle's food is stored.You can see the amount of food available by left clicking on it.To alter the amount of food, click on the left or right arrow whilst the granary is selected.This will also have an impact on popularity.If you click on the left arrow, it will mean they have less food, which means that popularity will decrease.If the click on the right one, it will have the reverse effect.You can also see which types of food there is available, by clicking on the smaller arrow on the right.
This is where the feasts are prepared.Farmers from buildings such as the Vegetable Garden, Pig Farm and Vintner's Workshop will leave their food in the pantry, is prepared by the cook, then taken over to the Great Hall by the pages to be eaten.Feasts often bring in lots of honour.
The hunter will hunt any animals nearby on the landscape, including rabbits, birds or pheasants.His dog will then return them to the granary, which helps to maintain the food level.
This farm serves two primary functions; firstly, to produce cheese for the Granary, and secondly, to give the cows to the Tanner that are needed to produce leather armour for Crossbowmen and Macemen.
To make bread, you need three different buildings.The Wheat Farm, Mill and the Bakery.The wheat farm is the first in this chain, which grows wheat.This is then transported to the stockpile.This building must be placed on the vally floor, so in other words, not on cliffs or hills.
To make bread, you need three different buildings.The Wheat Farm, Mill and the Bakery.Mill boys take the wheat from the stockpile, which is then turned into flour, and transported back to the stockpile again.
The Inn is only useful if you have the Brewery and the Hops Farm.This will allow you to give your workers ale, which will mean you gain popularity.By left clicking on the Inn, you can choose how much ale to give your workers.By clicking the left arrow, this decreases the amount, and the opposite for the right arrow.This will not impact negatively on your popularity, but may impact positively.