Mesolithic (active)
Craft and improve Stone Tools by spending resources and NFTs. Make a Bow and hunt larger prey for Animal Skins to build Skin Tents and make Skin Clothing. Survive the winter and grow your population to increase production. Use Tamed Wolves to help and guard your Workers in their activities. Keep your Workers happy and encouraged by burying deceased people on time at a Burial Mound to avoid Curses and fulfill your people's ritualistic needs with a Skull Totem to receive Blessings. Donate food to increase the lifetime of your Workers or to attract new Workers to your settlement.

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Stone tools were created by hitting two rocks with pinpoint accuracy until a sharp edge was obtained. The Mesolithic period saw significant advancements in stone tool technology.
Stone axes, spears and picks are needed for gathering wood, food and stone. A plentiful supply of resources is needed for flourishing populations
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Crafting a variety of tools was necessary for any human's survival in the Stone Age. Each tribe evolved it's crafting techniques gradually as they adapted to the changing environments.
Investing resources through crafting is the most common way to obtain tools, building materials and other items.
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Mankind was completely nomadic in the Mesolithic. Tents usually built out of wood and animal skins served as their homes, because they were easy to dismantle.
Hunting can provide animal skins, used to make clothing and skin tents, which increase the population capacity.
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Bows along with the domestication of the dog made humans very efficient hunters. This caused many species of animals to become extinct in a short period of time.
Dogs and bows improve the chances and rewards of a successful hunt. With future advances, their utility would grow significantly.
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Burial mounds are a way of paying respect to the deceased and they are giving people a sense of belonging. Being one of the first cultural markers in human history, they can offer clues about the beliefs of prehistoric people.
Burial mounds require a strong workforce. Unburied bodies can have a negative impact on productivity.
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Winter can be harsh, and many are caught off guard when it arrives. Survival was challenging as the last ice was receding to mark the end of the Mesolithic.
Winter brings the need for clothing and warmth. Food can be harder to obtain in this season so humans have to stack their supplies.
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