They're quite an archaic lot

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Perhaps they should think to sound-isolate the bedroom. While the game is not set in a certain time-frame or geographical location there are certain elements that place it in a colonial pre-industrialised North-American context. Which brings us to the more philosophical aspects of this game. This isn't a democracy by all means. There seems to be no individual ownership as all property, including food and fuel, belongs to the community.

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As explained by historian Dr. Banished is about people and families who look for shelter in an undiscovered country. Getting the balance right between production and reproduction is the most difficult part, especially in the beginning of the game when rations are scarce and famine is a realistic fate. On top of that the citizens like to idle a lot at the cemetery. Obviously they are not pagans who congregate in the nude around a circle of stones, like in The Wicker Man.

It just happened there was an Egyptian revival for memorial art in the mid hundreds. In other words, Banished do not fuck for fun. Pig farming and eating seems to be forbidden, as they stick to chicken, cows and sheep, which is quite unique for a Christian sect. If they feel warm, well-fed and are happy enough the Banished will hopefully start to procreate, something they are rather reluctant in. While there is no police or military force in the congregation there must be some kind of politico-religious ayatollahs who lead the population with a firm hand.

It's utterly unproductive and rather annoying, but that's how the game works and it forces you to always expand and to build houses near the working place. The Kim Jong-un approach so to speak. They drink with moderation. You need to think proactively instead of running after past events, like politicians should learn to do.

At the different forums there is plenty of advice though how to get rid of this prudishness. All civilians will join a parish without any exception and there are no free-thinkers allowed.

That the group has Christian roots is proved by the chapel and the presence of a cleric, who can be female, by the way. However, sustainable practices must be considered to survive in the long-term. Perhaps the bigger gravestones mean that the deceased person had some official or religious function in society. The orders of the elders are strictly obeyed and I witnessed one winter how people were literally starving, while there was an abundance of food in the trade office.