Blueprints can be a little confusing to start with, but with our help, you’ll be able to navigate through them like a pro. We’ll show you how to access blueprint mode while in Mining Mode and the three icons you’ll see on the far bottom right of the screen.
We’ll explain the benefits of using blueprint mode to plan out structures without having the dwarves dig them out, and how to use the Convert Blueprint to Regular icon to make large blueprints a little bit at a time while maintaining their integrity. We’ll also show you how to use the Convert Regular to Blueprint icon to save particular mining patterns for future use.
By the end of this guide, you’ll have the skills you need to make the most out of your blueprints and optimize your mining operations for long-term success. So let’s get started and master those blueprints!
Guide for Blueprints
If you’ve been struggling with blueprints in your mining operations, don’t worry! we’ll help you navigate through the blueprint system and make the most out of your planning.
To access blueprint mode, activate while in Mining Mode. This will open a menu with three icons on the far bottom right of the screen, depicted as blueprints from left to right.
- The first icon, Blueprint Mode, allows you to plan out structures without having the dwarves dig them out. This is particularly helpful for long-term planning and optimizing your mining operations.
- The second icon, Convert Blueprint to Regular, allows you to select tiles in a similar pattern to mining but converts any blueprint square into a regular mining designation. This is useful when you want to make large blueprints a little bit at a time while still maintaining their integrity.
- Finally, the third icon, Convert Regular to Blueprint, does the opposite of the second icon and converts regular mining designations into blueprints. This can be helpful when you want to save a particular mining pattern for future use.
By mastering these blueprint techniques, you’ll be able to plan out your mining operations more efficiently and effectively. So start exploring and get creative with your blueprints!
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