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    Map Looking for a map of

    a Blacksmith's shop, and another of a Leatherworker's shop, something that would service a town of about 45 peeps.

    Any help would be appreciated with my whole heart.

    Thank you

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    The first map I ever made 5 years ago was a blacksmith shop. It is a bit crude, but you are welcome to use it.

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    And while I don't have a whole leatherworkers shop, if you have an empty building I have a leatherworker's workbench and sales table.

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    Thank you soooo much Bogie!!! I very much appreciate this!!!!

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    I had this small house that I just dropped it in the front room, maybe that will work for you.

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    Fixed attachment problem with a better map.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogie View Post
    I had this small house that I just dropped it in the front room, maybe that will work for you.

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    Invalid attachment. Maybe if you repost it?

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    I can't thank you enough, I'm just learning CC3 and this is so beautiful! Ty!

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    A blacksmith for a town of 45 people is a little unrealistic don't you think? Thats more of a hamlet, not even a village almost.

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    Fixed and updated my second post with better map.

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    A blacksmith might be fine for a hamlet if there is no other blacksmiths close by - somebody has to fix horseshoes, scythes, wagon wheels and who knows what. A leatherworker might be a stretch, they'd probably buy their leather from pedlers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tilt View Post
    A blacksmith might be fine for a hamlet if there is no other blacksmiths close by - somebody has to fix horseshoes, scythes, wagon wheels and who knows what. A leatherworker might be a stretch, they'd probably buy their leather from pedlers.
    Could you justify it as this place being the biggest concentration of people for a long way?

    So the blacksmith and leatherworker aren't just supplying the hamlet, they're supplying a few hundred people in the surrounding lands too, via peddlers and occasional trading visitors.

    Disclaimer: I have no clue what sort of population is needed to support a leatherworker, but I'm guessing it varies wildly depending on wealth and quantity of animals used by the locals.
    e.g. you need gear for any animal pulling your plough, or riding animals, etc...

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