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About this mod

This mod upgrades the Riverland Farm map to an oceanside farm with a beach and lighthouse.

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What this mod does

This mod will replace the Riverland Farm Map with a new oceanside farm with a rolling hillside, a beach, a moderate amount of farmable area, two small ponds, a lighthouse, and a brook. It's designed for players who like a smaller scale farm, since some of the map is taken up by the beach and ocean, or for players who aren't content with the responsibilities of being a farmer and want to be a lighthouse keeper too.

Features

- All grass tiles are diggable/farmable
- All beach tiles are buildable but not farmable
- The farm includes the same ambient waves you'd hear at the beach
- The mod comes with a Farm Type Manager file to add forageable seashells, which change during each season
- There are also some seasonable forageable forest items on the hillside
- The lighthouse is not a true building. It will light up at night
- When your farmer is tired, they can swim in the ocean by diving from the rock ledge at the top of the beach
- This mod does not replace any of the fish that you can catch (they will still be the freshwater fish from the Riverland farm)

Recolor Notes

I've made separate versions of this map which are compatible with the Vibrant Pastoral Recolor and DaisyNiko's Earthy Recolour mods, along with a vanilla version. Download the one that you like best! If you want to use any other recolors, download the vanilla version which should be compatible.


**NEW** Config Options

You can keep or remove the lighthouse using a config file:
"LH" - keep the lighthouse on the map
"NoLH" - remove the lighthouse

Compatibility

This mod won't be compatible with any other mod that replaces the Riverland Farm map.

**This mod has been updated to be compatible with the new greenhouse mechanics in 1.5, but hasn't been extensively tested yet**