Elk Mountain Western Dakota Edit v1.0

Elk Mountain Western Dakota Edit v1.0

This is an edit of Elk Mountain by Elk Mountain Modding. Credit for the original map goes to Elk Mountain Modding.

Welcome to a map that focuses on mining and public works. The idea behind this map is that the local town went bust, people left, and there’s nothing really left; it’s been abandoned. But life can be brought back. Nearly the entire town can be leveled (besides the gas station, which has work that can be done to it). Yes, everything can be destroyed, meaning you need the Platinum Expansion. It’s not just the buildings that can be demolished though, many of the rocks throughout the map can be demolished.

Outside of the town, there are multiple mines. Some are underground, in cave structures. Others are more open pit. There is also a small village that needs to be rebuilt after a rock slide destroyed it. And then there’s more, as there is also a small area with a couple of houses, that also needs taking care of. But to get there, you have to navigate another hill collapse. Oh, and there are no bridges, you’ll have to build those as well.

We will also be releasing a couple of production mods for this map, which are edits of existing mods, that bring a bit more to the game. That will be another post though.

To get the most out of this map, you need TerraFarm. You can get it from us, or really anyone. Our version is the one from FSMiner’s page, and we’ve just added a bunch of other mods to it.

Now simply, this is the map I’ve wanted. It has the features I want, and maybe it has the features you want. This was really a test map for me. I plan to use what I learned, and what I gathered, to build up another map in the future, but this will do for awhile. If you have any questions, check out my itchio page, which this is being released on. It’s where I will answer or address your concerns. If you see this some where else, I didn’t upload it there, and I don’t monitor it.

I also added the ability to paint fields onto the map. You can find that under landscaping, foliage. Why? Because I like the mud feature, and this way I can paint my roads as dirt (fields) and when it rains, they activate the mud feature. If you don’t like mud, you don’t need to do that. Also, it’s just easier for fields.

Second, I’ve added a couple houses that can be dismantled. They act like trees, so you will need to use a chainsaw, or the like. The floor of the houses have to be removed with a stump cutter.

Shootouts: To be very clear, this is an edit of Elk Mountiain by Elk Mountain Modding. Big shout out to Squigglze Modding, I used portions from their Domicile Map. They also answered a few questions I had put out there, which I’m very appreciative of. Alborks also deserves some credit. Their public work maps gave me a lot of inspiration. The creators of Mason County, and Frontier were drawn upon for this map. Another dozen maps were consulted as well. Also, shout out to JDaley. He’s doing an awesome public works map of Elmcreek, and I took his bridge from that.


Credits: Western Dakota Mining
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