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Trappers Hut
Trappers Hut
City/Castle City levels Castle levels
Building class city hunters_hut
Convert to LEVEL
Building level LEVEL 0 hunters_hut
Material wooden
Capability trade_base_income_bonus bonus 6
trade_base_income_bonus bonus -6 requires event_counter tokus_negative_event_agriculture 1
trade_base_income_bonus bonus 3 requires event_counter tokus_positive_event_agriculture 1
population_growth_bonus bonus 2
Faction capability
Construction 4
Cost 3000
Requires condition and event_counter governor_present 1 and resource furs
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Trappers Hut Trappers Hut provides the high bonus to the trade as well as a happiness increase if there are furs resources in region. The bonus is much higher in the winter fur hunting season. Animal trapping is perhaps one of the first methods of hunting. "Modern" Steel jaw-traps were first described in western sources as early as the late 16th century. The first mention comes from Leonard Mascall's book on animal trapping. It reads, "... a griping trappe made all of yrne, the lowest barre, and the ring or hoope with two clickets...". Trapping was widely used in the early days of North American settlements (such as the Canadian Fur Brigade). Native Americans trapped fur bearing animals with pits, dead falls, and rudimentary snares. A dead fall is a heavy rock or log that is tilted on an angle and held up with branches, one of them that serves as a trigger. When the animal moves the trigger which may have bait on, or near it, the rock or log falls, crushing the animal. The four figure dead fall is a popular and simple trap constructed from materials from the bush. Before the colonization of the Americas, Russia was a major fur supplier of Western Europe and parts of Asia. Fur was a major Russian export since the early middle-ages. Originally the majority of furs exported from Russia were pelts of martens, beavers, wolves, foxes, squirrels and hares.
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