So I played for about 4 hours straight today (3 of which were on one map before I quit) and I had an idea to make a thread where people can share tips and tricks, or maybe little nuances of how the game works that may not be especially common knowledge. For example. -When on a map with water, dig out two horizontal tiles at the bottom, place a wooden/stone door, and dig under it. The water will not go through. I thought that was a pretty cool little thing to know myself. However, if the door(s) are destroyed, the tunnel will flood, so beware! (Though it can doubly be useful when digging under an enemy base and sealing the tunnel so they can't use it against you.) -Water extinguishes lanterns and cools off drills faster. It seems obvious, but it's a neat little thing some might miss. -Pressing spacebar rotates things. I know this is stupidly easy to get while you're playing, but none of the tutorials cover it and 90% of builders don't seem to know this. Rotate wooden platforms so that archers can fire through them and enemy archers can't. Rotate stone blocks to waste massive amounts of time. Etc. I find that this helps my fellow archers a lot, gives them something to fire through, and also protects them from knights slashing up at them. -On a rotated platform, knights appear to be able to get stuck on the side of them. I think this is a glitch, but I'm not sure. -Enemy archers appear to have a large degree of difficulty in scaling wooden platforms, I like to try and use this against them. -Using a pattern of wood, stone, wood, stone for your walls and buildings seems to make them reinforced better. I'm still not sure how bombs and kegs affect stone VS wood, so I'm not sure about that. -Never build doors on the ground level. Always build them at least 5 blocks high, maybe 6, but usually no higher unless necessary. Anyone else got more?