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FS19 Riverview 1.0.0

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As a young teen you had little to no interest in farming and at the age of 18 you moved into the city. Several years passed since you last spoke to your dad, but one night you received a call saying your dad was on his death bed and was asking for you. Out of respect you went only to find out your dad wanted you to take your rightful place at the farm. In short your dad wanted to make sure the farm remained in the family and he didn't care how you did that as long as the farm wasn't sold or lost. Little did you know how bad the farm had been hit with financial issue's both with the bank and the lack of funds available. Looking through the logs you found over the last 3 years almost every field and most of the equipment had been sold to cover the ever growing debt. What's more you found a notice from the bank stating you had One year to pay off the debt or the farm and all the equipment would be repossessed and sold at auction. Looking further through the logs you found a sealed letter addressed to you, it was clearly old.

 

In the letter it stated how much your dad had wrestled with his emotions for letting you leave all those years ago and how he wished he could make up for the past. He had wanted what was best for the farm and never took into account what was best for you and he had many regrets for not sitting down and talking about your dreams with you. As you continued to read the letter you could feel your eye's begin to fill up with tears. You look out the window at the now empty chicken pen expecting the Rooster to crow while thinking back to the sounds of the animals and vehicles moving around as your dad and his employee's began work. With emotions running so high you can't help but smile at some of the things you remember and in that instance you say to yourself you owe it to yourself and your dad to make sure the farm remains in your families name.
 

This map is a standard features an assortment of fields from small to large and very large and all sorts of shapes with s few grass fields. It has many sell points and buyable plots with forestry plots around the map. 

 

 

Credits

* Luke159
* Giants
* FS-UK
* Silvio-Smoke
* FarmerYip
* Decker
* sandgroper
* MultiMikie123
* akuenzi
* Farmi
* modelleicher
* TwistedGA
* nlinetec
* ccs101
* Hoot
* Marhu
* MrMrfiks
* Funky
* JohnDeere1952
* Dorset
* Locke_SB
* NLD Farmers
* robbie/rwm
* NI Modding
* teccer
* wolfythewolf
 

Testers:
* Karla
* Kevin.P
* Frito
* Iain Robson
* Rambo
* Zombie
* Marty
* MrMrfiks
* Drako
* Bipolar Prophet
* Moondog
* Farmer Dad
* Zig Zag
* Reefy
* Peter
* Travis

* txlonghaul21

* Stardog


What's New in Version 1.0.0   See changelog

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No changelog available for this version.

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I'll do a video tomorrow to show the map off. But Farmer Klein has his review up

 

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5 hours ago, jackwi said:

The game is crashing when I setup an farm 

What's your system specs the map can be quiet heavy due to all the foliage.

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System specs are good, I have heart already few people who saying that when they start to build the farm  the game is crashing, ore when they setup an sheep farm the game is crashing and the money is gone.  So there is something not good when we place some buildings on the map ore placing an sheepfarm ore cow farm. and nothing is to see in the log

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hace 8 minutos, Cavalier Roy dijo:

That looks like the road into the farm just after the Newbie sign?

 eso pasa si pones el edificio muy cercas debes alejarlo un poco mas del borde 

that happens if you put the building very close you should move it a little further from the edge

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I found the same when put a lime tank on the map. Not the map but bad programming by Giants

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hola e buscado por todo el mapa pero no encuentro el BGA

hello and searched all over the map but I can not find the BGA😞

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There isn't one on this map. Figured seeing as you need to own the BGA now before you can do anything with it that it would make more sense to let the player choose where they want it when placeable versions come out.

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y por eso son los mejores mapas no soy aficionado de los mapas cuadrados prefiero mapas mas reales o parecidos a la realidad :)

and that's why they are the best maps I'm not fond of square maps I prefer maps that are more real or similar to reality

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I like this map and I would love to see a series of tube videos by the creator on creating a mod map for FS19 explaining on how he makes it all work. Yes true, I would love to learn to make reality an idea of mine and I find that at the moment there are much no videos on the topic except for some indicative instructions videos by the Giants and a dude streaming in French on the subject, and I don't understand French. 

That aside - having read or looked over about some comments on this map. Firstly if you run a mod for placing objects very near to each other - they will not still necessarily get placed just anywhere and the game needs extensive time to consider if it will allow those objects where you want them. I suspect the same would happen on other maps too with that mod. With that mod, you also need to place it many times to see if it sticks - but I am sure that is about the mod to place objects even with in objects, not this map - because even a tree is an object and so placing a building near to some trees means attempting to place an object within another object. Notably as there are so many nice trees on the map - one will need to cut down some of them and remove stumps or any other wood parts to place buildings more easily. Then the image of the hill having changed shape behind a building near the newbie-farm sign. That happen because someone player placed his building too close to the 'cliff face, bellow the cliff' up on which the bushes sit. Those bushes are placed objects - like trees.

They will stand on indicated 3-d position never mind the height of the ground. (Trees too are like that even on original Giants maps.) Some objects on game maps just are like that. And the player can now use the edit ground feature to bring the ground back to the height of those bushes. The ground edit tool works on initial height of ground in such manner that if you choose to rise ground, you should start on some ground at the height to which you want to rise the ground to. Similar for lowering. I prefer that the ground is editable instead of rigid so that I can fix it when something changes it bit too much. I do not need it to stiffen even bellow buildings - it is only about how delicately and patiently you are willing to edit it to fit what you need. And on a very detailed map like this, to keep the ground in right shape by editing it, when placing more objects is a cool ability. So my point is that, one just has to expect that some of the details require  a bit of attention after placing more things on the map.

 

I have so far found nothing wrong with this map and will go on playing on it, because it is first one - among them all - which has enough visual interest for me - including the look of the buildings. Funny enough, what I found wrong with the original new maps was the buildings on them. You see - I come from northern EU - and the EU map buildings make me think more Switzerland and central EU than the northern one - lol. I'd change the farm house in a heart beat on those maps if I could find something more nice to my eyes - lol. Well we all have our own visual preferences and if a map is very detailed, anything added to it may require fixing something nearby regarding to the ground level - and we are lucky to have the tool for it now.

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si el mapa esta genial  se batalla un poco pero con paciencia se logra, y efectivamente no son los mapas creo e leído es algo de gigantes

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Question about the Hay attic, drob off point next to the mill in the south, u cant raise the loaders wagons under the shed to drob bales,.

or am i not seeing the place where it needs to be ?

would like some help in this matter, :)

besides that awesome map!

 

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34 minutes ago, Vinny24 said:

Question about the Hay attic, drob off point next to the mill in the south, u cant raise the loaders wagons under the shed to drob bales,.

or am i not seeing the place where it needs to be ?

would like some help in this matter, :)

besides that awesome map!

 

That is intended, the idea is to offload via front loader. Glad your liking the map.

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hi i fond a bug i on the yard on the top field you can't transvorm the land  in the middel of it

just look at the red part it says that it cant transform

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I've had this problem on a few maps not sure what the problem is, how ever a work around is the place anywhere mod which also allows you to transform the land you own.

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