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Guide of Native Species in Amakna
Ecstatic Whisperer * Member Since 2012-01-03
posté March 05, 2013, 21:15:25 | #1
Guide of Native Species in Amakna Following is a list of what is native/preferred in each territory that I have learned during my time in Political Cabinet. I feel that these species of plants in each territory is what makes Amakna look more like home.

Trees
Amakna Village: Ash, Chestnut, Hazel (Mostly Ash)
Farle’s Field: Chestnut
Hugo’s Prairie: Hazel
Fertile Prairie: Birch, Api
GobballField Country: Hazel (Protected)
Singing Fields: Api, Palmitos, Weeping Willow
Holey Forest: Upstairs: Baby Redwood, Downstairs: Weeping Willow, Bramble
Emelka: Cherry, Sylvan
Crusty Road: All trees
Swords Crossing: All trees
Traff Algar Square: All trees

Herbs/Flowers
Amakna Village: Thistle
Farle’s Field: Thistle
Hugo’s Prairie: Thistle, Flax, Ditzy
Fertile Prairie: Mint, Clover, Thistle
GobballField Country: Thistle, Flax, Ditzy
Singing Fields: Reed, Orchids
Holey Forest: Upstairs: Dendron, Nettle; Downstairs: Reed, Funkus
Emelka: Volcanic, Nostril Algae
Crusty Road: All herbs/flowers
Swords Crossing: All Herbs/flowers
Traff Algar Square: All herbs/flowers

Crops
Farle’s Field: Wheat, Barley
Gobballfield Country: Wheat (minimum), Barley (minimum), Artichoke, Tuberbulbs
Singing Fields: Pumpkin, Cawwots, Babagge, Beanstalk, Oat, Jolly Flower
Emelka: Rye, Vanilla Rice, Melon, Sunflower, Corn, Watermelon, Chili


This post has been edited by KHfan22 - May 14, 2013, 17:37:01.
Reason for edit : Api added to Singing Fields
Lord Madgobb * Member Since 2012-06-02
posté March 06, 2013, 00:29:07 | #2
what makes it native? does it have a better planting success rate? does it grow faster?


Ecstatic Whisperer * Member Since 2012-01-03
posté March 06, 2013, 01:54:38 | #3
All plants and trees and crops have a time of growth affected only by weather not the territory it is in. So why have "native species"? Well if you ask me I would ask back, would you enjoy Holy Forest being filled with Ash, a beginner tree in a higher leveled area that would look so much better with Redwood and Bramble and Weeping Willow? Would you enjoy wheat, a starter crop in Emelka that is the only place in Amakna that can hold Rye and look nice with Chili and sunflowers?
This is just a requuest to make Amakna beautiful and lot let resources become extinct. I made this guide to have people not be lazy and fill an area with near useless resources.


Lord Madgobb * Member Since 2012-06-02
posté March 06, 2013, 16:48:22 | #4
if there's no mechanic to the native species, just an aesthetic, then it is pointless imho.


This post has been edited by BrainInAJar - March 06, 2013, 16:48:45.
Teethless Sharkie * Member Since 2005-07-09
posté March 06, 2013, 21:07:10 | #5
You could say that the plants available in the area after a plant reboot/reset are native. However, I would like to add Api to Singing Fields, since it is the resource that make Taurs interact with the environment... So... Singing should definately have Api if we're looking at aesthetics XD


Ecstatic Whisperer * Member Since 2012-01-03
posté March 07, 2013, 02:56:46 | #6
Pretty much how I make this guide is by looking at the territory level and remembering that species come up after a ecosystem reset.


Short Strich * Member Since 2012-12-11
posté March 07, 2013, 14:41:26 | #7
Thank you for the information.

Aesthetics or not, I like knowing where to find the resources I need.


Ecstatic Whisperer * Member Since 2012-01-03
posté March 08, 2013, 23:03:50 | #8
Although I'm not sure about how other Amaknians in Dathura and Remington would like how their nations look, some of us in Nox check these territories for any thing that looks out of place. I'm letting this be a guide to future Nox Amaknian Ecologists and welcome other servers to follow this guide if they want a general idea.

I understand this guide is merely a opinion and some people will disagree with me, but I'll be working in my spare time to try and keep species alive in the said territories above.


Overweighted Chafer * Member Since 2012-02-16
posté April 12, 2013, 07:44:52 | #9
translation of this post
Overview which types of plants are native and preferred in which region (Amara):
(Since highlevel plants don't grow in the south-western areas, the plants from this regions shouldn't be imported into the north since they displace the local species.)

Amakna Village (10-20):
  • Ash, Hazel, Chestnut
  • Crowned Thistle, Plain Flax, Ditsy Flower

Farle's Fields (10-20):
  • Ash, Hazel, Chestnut
  • Crowned Thistle, Plain Flax, Ditsy Flower
  • Wheat, Artichoke, Tuberbulb, Barley

Hugo's Meadow (10-20):

  • Ash, Hazel, Chestnut
  • Crowned Thistle, Plain Flax, Ditsy Flower

Gobballfield Country (15-25):

  • (Ash,) Hazel, Chestnut
  • Crowned Thistle, Plain Flax, Ditsy Flower
  • Wheat, Artichoke, Tuberbulb, (Barley)

Fertile Prairie (20-30):

  • Api, Birch, Dry Pine
  • Wild Mint, Scented Clover, Reed

Singing Fields (30-40):

  • Weeping Willow, Palmito
  • Orchid, Funkus
  • Cawwot, Pumpkin, Oats, Babbage, Beanstalk, (65+ field plants)

Holey Forest (40-50):

  • Bramble, Baby Redwood
  • Dendron, Nettle

Emelka (50-60):

  • Sylvan Pine, Cherry
  • Fuzzy Fern, Nostril Algae, (65+ herbs)
  • Rye, Vanilla Rice, Sweat Jute, (65+ field plants)

The 65+ trees can't be planted in Amakna, but in the Thicket Of Yurbut (Bonta) and Gnashville (Brâkmar). Citronanas also grow on the Calamar Island. 65+ field plants also grow at the Steamulating Shore (Sufokia).

Legend:
underlined: regional emphasis, might cover two thirds of all plants of its type
cursive: less requested ressource, shouldn't be planted too much
(in brackets): optional, government doesn't try to ensure some basical stock

Greetings,
i'm Nari, the "ethernal" ecologist of Amakna on the server Amara. The list above is the guideline after which nearly all of the assiduous guardians of the ecosystem in our nation are working. Its mainly based on the natural order given through the aspect which plants don't grow in which region. (It also corresponds to the distribution which appears after a reset of the ecosystem.) I hope its helpful.