Paving

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Pavement.jpg
Icon keyboard.pngAdventure > Landscaping > Lay Stone Paving
Icon keyboard.pngAdventure > Landscaping > Lay Brick Paving

Pavement is the result of laying metal, stone and bricks, which requires Stone Working. The benefit of paving land is that stamina drain is reduced when running and sprinting and that most structures decay slowly on unclaimed paved land.

Notes

  • If you make a mistake, it's easiest to use Adventure > Landscaping > Stomp to Dirt to remove pavement. Native terrain will grow back in a few days. To remove pavement in caves and mines use Adventure > Dig.
  • Bats won't spawn on pavement, which can be used to make safe paths in caves and mines. Note that this will also prevent forageables from spawning there.
  • If you pave where crops are growing, they will keep growing. They can still be harvested when they mature.
  • There are currently some terrains that cannot be paved, notably swamps, stoneflats, beaches, and water. You also cannot pave on any forest tiles (including player-grown), but these can be plowed and then paved.
  • Important: Paved tiles decay by being overgrown with vines (implemented in update Hookah Vines (2018-05-02)). Vines may start growing over the tile hit by decay when it is out of an active claim, and is bordering a natural tile or another tile with vines already on it. Further decay hits to tiles with vines will cause the vines to grow. And with the final fourth hit the paving and the vines growing over it are removed, decaying into a bordering natural tile. In total, decay of a large pavings starts around the edges and gradually corrodes its way into the center of the paved area.
    • Vines can be removed Adventure > Destroy. Optional auto mode when shift-clicking a vine.
      • Silver & Gold paving never decay.

Pavement Order

Dolomite overlaps Sandstone and Gneiss, but not Feldspar

Paved tiles overlap surrounding tiles a little on each side. When different types of pavement are placed next to each other, they follow a specific order in which one type always overlaps the other.

The general order is as follows: (any Brick overlays any Stone, etc)

1: Metals 2: Bricks 3: Special stones 4: Stones 5: Ores


Pavement Styles

Also see the Material Designer tool.

Stone
(1/2)

Result
Alabaster.png
Alabaster
Pavement-Alabaster.png
Apatite.png
Apatite
Pavement-Apatite.png
Basalt.png
Basalt
Pavement-Basalt.png
Breccia.png
Breccia
Pavement-Breccia.png
Diabase.png
Diabase
Pavement-Diabase.png
Diorite.png
Diorite
Pavement-Diorite.png
Dolomite.png
Dolomite
Pavement-Dolomite.png
Eclogite.png
Eclogite
Pavement-Eclogite.png
Feldspar.png
Feldspar
Pavement-Feldspar.png
Flint.png
Flint
Pavement-Flint.png
Fluorospar.png
Fluorospar
Pavement-Fluorospar.png
Gabbro.png
Gabbro
Pavement-Gabbro.png
Gneiss.png
Gneiss
Pavement-Gneiss.png
Granite.png
Granite
Pavement-Granite.png
Greenschist.png
Greenschist
Pavement-Greenschist.png
Hornblende.png
Hornblende
Pavement-Hornblende.png
Jasper.png
Jasper
Pavement-Jasper.png
Korund.png
Korund
Pavement-Korund.png
Kyanite.png
Kyanite
Pavement-Kyanite.png
Stone
(2/2)

Result
Lead Glance.png
Lead Glance
Pavement-Lead Glance.png
Limestone.png
Limestone
Pavement-Limestone.png
Slate.png
Slate
Pavement-Slate.png
Marble.png
Marble
Pavement-Marble.png
Mica.png
Mica
Pavement-Mica.png
Microlite.png
Microlite
Pavement-Microlite.png
Olivine.png
Olivine
Pavement-Olivine.png
Orthoclase.png
Orthoclase
Pavement-Orthoclase.png
Pegmatite.png
Pegmatite
Pavement-Pegmatite.png
Porphyry.png
Porphyry
Pavement-Porphyry.png
Pumice.png
Pumice
Pavement-Pumice.png
Quarryartz.png
Quarryartz
Pavement-Quarryartz.png
Quartz.png
Quartz
Pavement-Quartz.png
Rhyolite.png
Rhyolite
Pavement-Rhyolite.png
Sandstone.png
Sandstone
Pavement-Sandstone.png
Schist.png
Schist
Pavement-Schist.png
Soapstone.png
Soapstone
Pavement-Soapstone.png
Sodalite.png
Sodalite
Pavement-Sodalite.png
Zincspar.png
Zincspar
Pavement-Zincspar.png

Ore

Result
Black Ore.png
Black Ore
Pavement-Black Ore.png
Bloodstone.png
Bloodstone
Pavement-Bloodstone.png
Cassiterite.png
Cassiterite
Pavement-Cassiterite.png
Chalcopyrite.png
Chalcopyrite
Pavement-Chalcopyrite.png
Cinnabar.png
Cinnabar
Pavement-Cinnabar.png
Direvein.png
Direvein
Pavement-Direvein.png
Galena.png
Galena
Pavement-Galena.png
Heavy Earth.png
Heavy Earth
Pavement-Heavy Earth.png
Horn Silver.png
Horn Silver
Pavement-Horn Silver.png
Iron Ochre.png
Iron Ochre
Pavement-Iron Ochre.png
Leaf Ore.png
Leaf Ore
Pavement-Leaf Ore.png
Malachite.png
Malachite
Pavement-Malachite.png
Peacock Ore.png
Peacock Ore
Pavement tile-Peacock Ore.png
Silvershine.png
Silvershine
Pavement-Silvershine.png
Schrifterz.png
Schrifterz
Pavement-Schrifterz.png

Metal

Result
Bar of Bronze.png
Bar of Bronze
Pavement-Metal-Bronze.png
Bar of Cast Iron.png
Bar of Cast Iron
Pavement-Metal-Cast Iron.png
Bar of Copper.png
Bar of Copper
Pavement-Metal-Copper.png
Bar of Gold.png
Bar of Gold
Pavement-Metal-Gold.png
Bar of Lead.png
Bar of Lead
Pavement-Metal-Lead.png
Bar of Meteoric Iron.png
Bar of Meteoric Iron
Pavement-Metal-Metiron.png
Bar of Rose Gold.png
Bar of Rose Gold
Pavement-Metal-RoseGold.png
Bar of Silver.png
Bar of Silver
Pavement-Metal-Silver.png
Bar of Steel.png
Bar of Steel
Pavement-Metal-Steel.png
Bar of Tin.png
Bar of Tin
Pavement-Metal-Tin.png
Bar of Wrought Iron.png
Bar of Wrought Iron
Pavement-Metal-Wrought Iron.png

Brick

Result
Pit Brick.png
Blue (Pit) Brick
Pavement-Brick-Blue.png
Ball Brick.png
Red (Ball) Brick
Pavement-Brick-Red.png
Acre Brick.png
Yellow (Acre) Brick
Pavement-Brick-Yellow.png
Cave Brick.png
Green (Cave) Brick
Pavement-Brick-Green.png
Gray Brick.png
Gray Brick
Pavement-Brick-Black.png
Potter's Brick.png
Pink (Potter) Brick
Pavement-Brick-Pink.png
Bone Brick.png
White (Bone) Brick
Pavement-Brick-White.png
Coade Stone Brick.png
... (Coade Stone) Brick
Pavement-Brick-Coade Stone.png
Special stone
Result
Bat Rock.png
Bat Rock
Pavement-Bat Rock.png
Cat Gold.png
Cat Gold
Pavement-Cat Gold.png
Dross.png
Dross
Pavement-Dross.png
Meteorite.png
Meteorite
Pavement-Meteorite.png
Rock Crystal.png
Rock Crystal
Pavement-Rock Crystal.png
Shard of Conch.png
Shard of Conch
Pavement-Conchite.png
Slag.png
Slag
Pavement-Slag.png

Gallery

Game Development (templ)

  • Hookah Vines (2018-05-02) >"Paved tiles now decay by being overgrown with vines. If decay hits a paved tile, without an active claim, bordering a natural tile, or bordering another tile with vines already on it, vines may start growing over the hit tile. Further decay hits to tiles with vines will cause the vines to grow, until, finally, with the fourth hit, the paving, and the vines growing over it, are removed, decaying to a bordering natural tile. The effect in total being that paving decay of a large paved area starts around the edges and gradually corrodes its way into the center of the area. Suggested plenty, but among other places here."
  • Catapult Metallic (2016-04-06) >"Added/Re-added Metal Pavings. In Legacy this was leniently costed at one nugget per tile, but here we went with the obviously more reasonable one bar per tile. Metal paving recently suggested here and here. You may use any metal."