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my mistake put my homestead under water... how to fix it?


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You have already had some practice with the terraforming tools now, so all you need is some patience until you get it right.  That's what we each had to do as we were learning.  Work with the tool set at fairly low strength until you get your confidence up.

If you want to raise land to some uniform level, start with your tool at a spot that is reasonably close to that elevation already.  Then, use your Flatten tool, set to a moderate size.  Keep the center of the tool over land that is at your desired elevation and work slowly outwards, keeping the tool in motion.

Remember, you can't do anything to destroy the land.  All you can do is make it look kind of ugly until you get the hang of it.

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You have already had some practice with the terraforming tools now, so all you need is some patience until you get it right.  That's what we each had to do as we were learning.  Work with the tool set at fairly low strength until you get your confidence up.

If you want to raise land to some uniform level, start with your tool at a spot that is reasonably close to that elevation already.  Then, use your Flatten tool, set to a moderate size.  Keep the center of the tool over land that is at your desired elevation and work slowly outwards, keeping the tool in motion.

Remember, you can't do anything to destroy the land.  All you can do is make it look kind of ugly until you get the hang of it.

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If you originally placed your homes on the terraform that was baked-in to the Homestead, you can select the "revert" brush off the hand-terraforming tool and brush it back to be the way you found it. 

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