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[RPG] Huttondale Modern Economy Map
« on: July 16, 2016, 07:58:20 PM »
Huttondale
by casual onion & Gordinio


About Huttondale

Howdy! I began this project with Gordinio in June 2016 as a side project to Barrow. Having released the potential for development, Barrow was shelved and Huttondale became the main focus. The end goal of the map is to simulate modern life in rural England, basically somewhere that I would love to live in, and hopefully you too! The map has over 800 properties which are all purchasable and customisable.

Farming
In Huttondale, you can farm to your hearts content with purchasable allotments, public farm and Florist Gump, the shop for the farmer within you. If you're a hardcore farmer, you can get a job at the farm in Twinlakes.

Gambling
Got money to burn? Why not waste invest it on the casino or the lottery? You could win tens of thousands of Aires, or not. There's a new casino at JG in Treeton Bridge too so there's more ways than ever to win!

History
Ever since the Tudors settled in Huttondale, the area has thrived off industry. When the mine was constructed in Treeton, Huttondale grew rapidly and provided the materials to build roads, villages and the many bridges you see today. The area takes it's name from "Hutton (on-the-hill) Village" and "dale" which is a Yorkshire term for valley. With excellent transport links to Baystone, Barrow and Airedale - new housing estates are being constructed far and wide.

Since Omega (owned by Gordinio) opened in 2013, there has been a strong rivarly between themselves and JG (owned by casual onion). One is cheaper, one has better stores, one has better locations and only the public decide which is best. An advertising war has begun between them and as well as this, they are both trying to gain employees by having the best factories. Which are you, #TeamJG or #TeamOmega?


Jobs
In Huttondale, jobs are available for you to earn money from. Currently there are two, working for JG and Omega. I am planning to add several more jobs, which includes the following:

-> Baker (Bakes produce from miller)
-> Blacksmith (Makes ingots & tools from ores collected by miners)
-> Butcher (Gets meat to sell to chefs)
-> Chef (Cooks and sells meat)
-> Farmer (Grows produce to supply miller)
-> Miller (Grinds farmer produce into flour for bakery)
-> Miner (Mines for blacksmith - free access to all mines)
-> Wholesaler (Collects products from suppliers to sell to player owned shops)

The current jobs are as follows:
-> JG Bakery Worker (Bakes bread and cake etc. for JG Bakers Kneads shop)
-> JG Factory Worker (Makes products for the JG Shop)
-> JG Farm Worker (Farms crops for JG Bakery)
-> JG Mine Worker (Mines blocks for factory workers to use)
-> Omega Blacksmith (Creating weapons and tools)
-> Omega Crafter (crafting various things)
-> Omega Factory Worker (Makes products for the Omega Shop)

I also plan to add a rank (XP) system for the Jobs. This is still a concept idea but here's what I've got for the ranks so far:
-> Intern: Collect 1,000 XP - 100 Aires Reward
-> Established: Collect 10,000 XP - 1,000 Aires Reward
-> Jack of all Trades: 1,000,000 XP - 10,000 Aires Reward

Please note this is subject to change, I may choose to do seperate ones for each job or change the rewards.
Suggestions welcomed.


Media Content
First up are photos, all taken by my split into categories. Please Note the text corresponds with the image below it. Further down is a video.

Books
Spoiler for Hidden Content:
Houses 1/2


Houses 3/4


Houses 5/6


Houses 7/8


Jobs


Visitor Guide 1/2


Visitor Guide 3/4


Visitor Guide 5/6


Visitor Guide 7/8


Visitor Guide 9/10


Visitor Guide 11/12


Just Great (JG) by casual onion
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Cottonwood Store


JG Complex, Treeton Bridge. Includes Apartments, Factory and Shop.


Jubilee House Apartments (50,000 Aires each, employee discount)


Jubilee House Apartments and Jubilee Mill


Rockford Store


Treeton Factory, Store and Head Office


Treeton Factory Mine


Twinlakes Store


Jobs
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Bridge To Twinlakes Factory :D


Bridge To Twinlakes Factory From Above


Cafe Latte for Cafe Job


Farm for Farmer Job and JG Bridge


Farm Shop in Twinlakes For Farmer Job


Miller Job is based at Jubilee Mill, Bridgetown


Jubilee Mill from Lower Bridgetown


JG Stock list. Things made in factory go straight on sale in JG, if there's none left then you can't buy it!


JG Twinlakes Factory


JG Twinlakes Factory Sweden Appreciation Flag


JG Twinlakes Factory Office View


JG Twinlakes Office


Omega Factory, Treeton


Restaurant Job, Twinlakes (Currently a Café)


Twinlakes Factory Cottages


Mines
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Digging Mine, Hill Top


Everdale Mines


Everdale Mine Sell Point


Main Mine Sell Point


Main Mine, Treeton


Rockford Mine (bottom left)


Twinlakes Pay on Entry Mine Interior


Twinlakes Pay on Entry Mine Exterior


Wood Mine, Treeton


Miscellaneous
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Green Signs Give Directions


Pointless Button


Testing Shop Names


Night Photos
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Gorsey and Wear Bridge


Monaco Tunnel, Enclave/Rockford


Moon Rising Over Jubilee Bridge


Snaking Roads


Treeton and Main Mine


Treeton and Twinlakes


Twinlakes Lakeside


Wear Bridge


Omega: Owned by Gordinio
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Treeton Store Purchase Scripts


Rockford Store


Treeton Factory Entrance


Treeton Store Exterior


Treeton Factory Farm


Treeton Factory Gardens


Treeton Factory Mine


Treeton Store is set over three floors


Twinlakes Store


Properties
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Barn: Converted


Barn: Ruined


Barn with a Tree inside


Buying a house in Bridgetown


CasualCottages Office, Twinlakes


casual onion's House, Treeton


Everdale Lake from Rockford


Gordinio's House, Rockford


Houses in Little Sunderland


Lakeside Houses, Duxford.


Some Houses don't have awesome views ;)


Three Bridges from Treeton Penthouse


Tightly packed cottages in Twinlakes


Treeton House Atrium


Twinlakes From Treeton Penthouse


View from a cottage on Factory Hill, Twinlakes. Most properties in Twinlakes have decent views.


Shops
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Bridgetown Bank


Florist Gump Exterior


Florist Gump Interior


Points Shop, Twinlakes


Rest in Pepperoni Pizza Shop


Views
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Bricklyn Park


Cottonwood from Everdale


Enclave from Wearside - villages shown (clockwise from top) are Enclave, Hutton, Duxford, Bridgetown, Treeton, Little Sunderland, Hill Top, Old Wearside, Wearside, Everdale, Everdale Valley, Cottonwood and Rockford.


Monaco Tunnel by Gordinio


Twinlakes, looking towards Treeton


Wear Bridge and Little Sunderland


Wear Bridge from behind the converted prison, Wearside.


Wear Bridge from Jailhouse Park, Wearside.


Video
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Mining
Mining is one of the main sources of income for visitors to Huttondale, and as long as you put the effort in, it can be rewarding. The location of each mine is as follows

Burdon Pay on Entry Mine (POEM): Found in the centre of the village, Burdon mine has all the usual blocks you'd expect in a starter mine. Bus stop is located on the hill above the village. Entry is free for residents with a code, otherwise it is 100 aires. This money goes towards mine refill.

Everdale Regular Mine & Wood Mine: Found in the centre of the village, bus stop is located at the end of the village. Sell point is located in a nearby building. Wood and regular mine available, nearby tool shop.

Hill Top Digging Mine: Located in Hill Top, the mine has grass, dirt and sand to dig. Nearest shop is JG Cottonwood or JG Treeton, sell point located at mine. Bus stop nearby.

JG Employee Mine: Only accessible to JG Employees and is located below the Treeton Bridge factory. You can get a job here as a miner and make money or regular JG employees can use it to get supplies if they feel like it (otherwise they can push a button in factory). Everything sold here goes to JG to make products.

JG Public Regular and Wood Mine: Located inside JG Apartment complex, there are two mines. Shop located in the same building. Everything sold here goes to JG to manufacture products. Nearest bus stop is Jubilee Mill.

Rockford: Situated next to JG Rockford and accessible from Bricklyn, Cottonwood and Rockford via footpaths. Only accessible to those with supervisor rank and level 24 Mining. Sell point and tool shops nearby, as is a bus stop.

Treeton Main Mine & Wood Mine: Located in the centre of the village. The biggest mine in Huttondale. Wood mine also available, as well as crafting and smelting areas. Three tool shops nearby, two sell points. Two bus stops at either end of the mine.

Twinlakes Pay on Entry Mine (POEM): Located opposite Omega Twinlakes store in the East of the village. Entry is free to Twinlakes residents provided by a code issued when a house is purchased. Non residents pay 200 Aires. Mine has a selection of building bricks and is located underground. Bus stop nearby.

Properties

The map has a large variety of properties with every one being different to it's neighbour. Whether it be size, shape or design, each one is unique, there's no copy and pasted houses here. Whats more, most are based on real life British houses, something i like doing! The price of each property is based on the volume of it and any extras such as farms. I can guarantee you that houses are much cheaper than in any of my other maps with some of them starting below 10,000 Aires, especially in Burdon.

Ranks
In Huttondale, there are currently 7 ranks, shown below. These all have different rewards such as money (Aires), permissions (such as fly) and tools (pickaxes and a hammer!). Ranks can be purchased at JG Stores and at Spawn (Treeton Bridge). There will also be dedicated Rank Shops in some villages.

The ranks, price to purchase (and rewards) are as follows:

Apprentice: 100 Aires (Wooden Pickaxe, 10 Hutton Points)

Trainee: 500 Aires (Iron Pickaxe, Ability to sell to Wholesaler for more income, 50 Hutton Points)

Employee: 1,000 Aires (Steel Pickaxe, Spectate, 100 Hutton Points)

Clerk: 5,000 Aires (Greenstone Pickaxe, 500 Hutton Points)

Team Leader: 10,000 Aires (Block Shop, 1000 Hutton Points)

Supervisor: 50,000 Aires (Access to Wholesaler, 5000 Hutton Points)

Manager: 100,000 Aires (Diamond Pickaxe, Fly, 10000 Hutton Points)

Chairman: 250,000 Aires (View Scripts, 25000 Hutton Points)

Executive: 500,000 Aires (Ruby Pickaxe, 50000 Hutton Points)

VIP: 1,000,000 Aires (VIP Hammer, 100000 Hutton Points)

Shopping
Florist Gump: Florist Gump in Treeton is the one stop shop for all your farming supplies. It's also where the millers and farmers exchange goods to make money!

Just Great (JG): Since it was founded in Gorsey in 2008, JG has been providing blocks and tools to visitors with a strong emphasis on customer service. We have well laid out shops, all with crafting and smelting areas. With seven shops (two planned for Weardale) and two factories, JG is without doubt the biggest and best company in Huttondale and we're only going to get better.

You can also work at JG at our main shop opposite spawn. The current jobs are as follows:
-> JG Bakery Worker (Bakes bread and cake etc. for JG Bakers Kneads shop)
-> JG Factory Worker (Makes products for the JG Shop)
-> JG Farm Worker (Farms crops for JG Bakery)

The employee perks are as follows:
-> Ability to purchase employee apartments and cottages, exclusive to JG.
-> Great working environment in a modern building.
-> Half price pickaxes in any JG shop


Omega: Omega was created sometime in late 2013 on the map New Gorsey, it was originally a car dealership with a very questionable logo. After a few year it got into direct competition with JG, which started on the map Airedale, since then Omega has been the dominant company with its great prices. Omega will soon be branching out to new businesses, such as mining and baking.

You can also work for Omega and the roles here include:
-> Omega Blacksmith (Creating weapons and tools)
-> Omega Crafter (crafting various things)
-> Omega Farmer (Farms crops for shop)

As with JG, there are many employee perks such as:
-> 10% off everything except select items for all employees.
-> Blacksmiths have 5% off weapons and tools at Omega.
-> Crafters have 5% off general items at Omega.
-> Farmers have free seeds. (cannot be sold)
-> Free apartments and houses to loyal employees.


Points Shop, Twinlakes: Located a short walk from Twinlakes Lakeside, the Points Shop allows you to exchange Hutton Points for rare blocks such as colours and arcade machines, not available in regular stores.

Personal Statistics (PC - Myself and Gordinio)
as of 13.08.2018

Hours Played: 331.3
Distance Walked: 379,387
Distance Flown: 4,350,999
Blocks Cleared: 144,622
Blocks Placed: 252,069


Personal Statistics (Xbox 360 - Myself)
as of 16.02.2018

Hours Played: 585
Distance Walked: 838,340
Distance Flown: 5,208,720
Blocks Cleared: 129,831
Blocks Placed: 321,147


Personal Statistics (Xbox 360 - Gordinio)
as of 16.02.2018

Hours Played: 91.3
Distance Walked: 125,743
Distance Flown: 876,677
Blocks Cleared: 34,278
Blocks Placed: 69,905


Game Statistics (Xbox & PC)
as of 13.08.2018

Man Hours Played: 1,889
Blocks Cleared: 590,518
Blocks Placed: 650,821
Most Concurrent Players: 12
World Visitors: 921
World Rates: 325
World Rating: 4.2


Villages
In Huttondale, there are currently 22 villages to explore and maybe even live in one day. Most have a wide variety of properties at fair prices and occasionally mines and shops. Some have spectacular views too! I have put the average house prices in the brackets next to the village names.

Bricklyn (101,786 aires): Recently expanded village. Found on the road between Rockford and Hill Top, overlooking Bricklyn Bridge.



Bridgetown (52,407 aires): This is one of the biggest and is the oldest village in Huttondale, now home to allotments.



Burdon (9,966 aires): The official cheapest place to live in Huttondale. Built by Gordinio in a valley, Burdon has two shops and a mine so everything is close by. Easy access to the rest of Huttondale by bus.

Cottonwood (27,714 aires): A small village which currently has a JG store for anyone who stumbles upon it.



Duxford (70,417 aires): This hamlet lies in the valley between Hutton and Bridgetown. It only consists of a handful of properties.



Enclave (82,000): This village has just five properties in total and it lies between Hutton and Rockford.



Everdale (50,375 aires): A decent sized village located in the north of the map behind Cottonwood. Home to two mines, large houses, cheap apartments, stunning views and Gordinio keeps forgetting it exists.



Everdale Valley (72,345 aires): Compromising of only ten houses, Everdale Valley is found between Cottonwood and Everdale. Amenities include a bus stop and nothing else.



Great Hucklow (24,321 aires): Formerly known as Gorsey, this village has been completely redesigned and now offers affordable houses with stunning views.

Hill Top (29,838 aires): Hill Top has been completely rebuilt because it's the least visited village by bus. It's home to the digging mine, shops, apartments and allotments.



Hutton on the Hill (30,286 aires): Based on cottages from the North Yorkshire Moors in England, this is the prettiest location in the map and every house is for sale for under 60,000 Aires. There are 7 cottages in total in the village.



]Little Hucklow (56,067 aires): Situated halfway up the hill between Great Hucklow and Pilley, this village has large, well designed houses sat around a square.

Little Sunderland (48,486 aires): Based on the traditional Sunderland Cottage (Rows of Terraced Bungalows), Little Sunderland also houses a row of shops and some pleasant views. It's in a valley between Piley and Hill Top.



Low Treeton (35,680 aires): A new village built just down the hill from the main mine. Has lovely views over Treeton Lake and sits below Twinlakes Bridge.

Mill Hill (18,750 aires): Located just above Little Sunderland and directly behind JG Treeton is Mill Hill. Home to a few cottages with some very good views. It's the cheapest place to live in Huttondale.



Old Wearside (29,665 aires): Old Wearside is located on the road between Hill Top and Everdale, on the shores of Lake Wear with stunning views over to the Wear Bridge. There's only a few houses here but it's the location that sets it apart.



Pilley (45,655 aires): Based on actual houses, from a village that is actually called Pilley is 18 beautiful cottages, accessed under the highest point of Gorsey Bridge. It's got a direct path to the main mine and JG Treeton as employees will get a discount on houses here.



Rockford (86,438 aires): This area currently compromises of a small mine, which you require Rank Supervisor or 1,000 Aires to enter, which has blocks from Dacite to Granite. it's the most expensive village to live in.



Treeton (56,088 aires): This village currently houses the main mine and is accessed from Bridgetown via the Treeton Bridge. There are 11 houses and numerous apartments and shops. *Picture also shows Twinlakes*



Treeton Bridge (80,468 aires): The area between Bridgetown is known as Treeton Bridge after the small bridge that was located there until March 2018. It's now home to JG Complex, Omega Factory and Spawn.



Twinlakes (20,044 aires): Set around two lakes, rows of quaint cottages line narrow alleyways leading to the beach. Home to the points shop and a JG Factory.



Wearside (40,282 aires): Located below Everdale in a valley, the village is laid around one street next to the River Wear. There's a few houses and some apartments.



With Thanks To...

Gordinio: Gordinio has done quite fair bit including:

-> Building
-> Landscaping
-> Idea Suggesting
-> Photography and Videography
-> Some Scripting


Conclusion
Apologies for the long the post, nicely organised though eh? Anyway I'm looking forward to hosting the map with Gordinio later this year and hope that you can be a part of Huttondale's history :D

Any questions then let me know!

P.S. The code for the custom menu is 7991.

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Re: Cravendale Modern RPG
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2016, 08:42:31 PM »
Managed to rename the map and I've made a Kik group for it if that's still a thing. I'll get back to scripting when I'm next on it.
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Re: Cravendale Modern RPG
« Reply #2 on: July 17, 2016, 06:03:49 AM »
It's come to my attention the map needs renaming. The current suggestions for names are Clavedale & Huttondale. I'd like something with dale in it as that's the northern term for a valley which the map has. Thoughts?
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Re: Cravendale Modern RPG
« Reply #3 on: July 17, 2016, 07:30:22 AM »
This looks and sounds like such a great map and i can't wait till its released, i enjoyed your other maps a lot so lets hope this is the same [Looking at the pictures i will enjoy it]
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Re: Cravendale Modern RPG
« Reply #4 on: July 17, 2016, 07:33:37 AM »
This looks and sounds like such a great map and i can't wait till its released, i enjoyed your other maps a lot so lets hope this is the same [Looking at the pictures i will enjoy it]

Thanks a lot!  What do you think to the names I suggested?
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Re: Cravendale Modern RPG
« Reply #5 on: July 17, 2016, 11:26:12 AM »
As Cravendale interferes with a popular British milk company, i have renamed the map to Huttondale. I like the name because it combines my favourite build and the word dale. Time to work through my to-do list.
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Re: Huttondale Modern RPG
« Reply #6 on: July 17, 2016, 02:03:10 PM »
Nice job on the organization of the topic. Your map sounds promising, I wish you luck on it and hopefully I can join sometime in the future.

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« Reply #7 on: July 17, 2016, 02:22:16 PM »
Nice job on the organization of the topic. Your map sounds promising, I wish you luck on it and hopefully I can join sometime in the future.

Thanks a lot Jared. The map is progressing very quickly so you might be able to join quicker than you think :)
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Re: Huttondale Modern RPG
« Reply #8 on: July 17, 2016, 02:29:08 PM »
You should try adding something new to your buildings. I see these on all of your maps, and they look good, don't get me wrong, but if you always add and change it up every once in a while, you will find that you like them more and more.

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« Reply #9 on: July 17, 2016, 02:55:25 PM »
You should try adding something new to your buildings. I see these on all of your maps, and they look good, don't get me wrong, but if you always add and change it up every once in a while, you will find that you like them more and more.

So your saying you like styles but not the materials?
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Re: Huttondale Modern RPG
« Reply #10 on: July 17, 2016, 04:51:05 PM »
No, I like seeing new builds, rather than the same ones. Ha, I guess that's why I haven't seen some of my components in years

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Re: Huttondale Modern RPG
« Reply #11 on: July 17, 2016, 04:53:12 PM »
No, I like seeing new builds, rather than the same ones. Ha, I guess that's why I haven't seen some of my components in years

I think I've got a few of your components actually on a very old map. I think i adapted them for use as residential properties. I do see what you mean about my builds being similar though.
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Re: Huttondale Modern RPG
« Reply #12 on: July 17, 2016, 06:12:04 PM »
I've been incredibly productive on this map recently. That's a good thing i think. Today i've added;

> Seven ranks, the same as on Barrow.
> All mine selling scripts (10 in total). The blocks are all under mining level 20 so those with a lower mining level aren't fighting with those wielding diamond pickaxes. The higher value mine will be located in Rockford, a bus journey or long walk away.
> ATM & bank menu scripts are complete, the rest will be done tomorrow.
> Added ATM's at main locations such as villages and certain buildings
> Built more bus stops

Tomorrow's to do list
> Finish bank
> Add HudBars
> Begin bus scripts
> Add wood mine
> Begin Allotments
> More property scripts

This map is coming along nicely :)
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Re: Huttondale Modern RPG
« Reply #13 on: July 23, 2016, 07:44:03 PM »
Howdy folks. Haven't been working on Huttondale much recently but today I got a few things done. Here's this weeks additions.

> Bank fully finished for withdraw and deposit.
> Wood Mine Finished
> Sell All Button added
> More houses scripted
> Began working on JG Scripts
> All 7 Ranks are scripted
> Lottery is scripted

Coming Soon

> Bus scripts
> Allotment Scripts
> Wood selling scripts
> Even more property scripts
> HUDBars

I'm happy with the progress being made though as it's currently just me working on the map.

Ta rah :)
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Re: Huttondale Modern RPG
« Reply #14 on: July 24, 2016, 05:54:38 AM »
theres a couple things that should be done to your new rpgs because they all seem to be the same but just the layout is different and a couple of addition with my upcoming map scrips wont run my economy the players will you should add guns and a couple of more jobs like a officer job or a theif job officers arrest theifs theifs can pick pocket players but if a cop wrongly accuses someone they get punished or something but you should change things up a bit the buildings don't have to be different but its getting boring just mining in a mine why don't you have it where players can edit outside of the city limits? idk if its just me or what but those are my ideas