The Workshop is what My Time at Portia is all about.
At the start of the game, the Player arrives in Portia and, after being greeted by Presley, is taken to their new home right outside the city's walls. On the small property of your new home will be your Worktable and the accompanying Assembly station. You'll be given a letter from your Pa as well as the Workbook, which details what you can build with the Assembly station.
Workshop improvements Edit
You start with a Level 1 Worktable, house & Assembly station and a number of useful basic recipes in the Workbook that will allow you to fulfill Commerce Guild commissions, townsfolk requests, and other miscellany side quests.
|Home Improvement Lv2|
It is also possible (and necessary) to enlarge the land by buying extensions symbolized by a sign.
|Worktable lvl-2||Add many new crafts||Wooden Board||Old Parts|
|Worktable lvl-3||Add many new crafts||Hardwood Plank||Old Parts|
|Field lvl-2||Increases the size of the field by 26 squares (on the right)|
|Field lvl-3||Increases the size of the field by 99 squares (on the back)|
|Field lvl-4||Increases the size of the field by 360 squares (on the right)|
|Field lvl-5||Increases the size of the field by ?? squares (on the left)|
The player can decorate the interior of the workshop by placing furniture and wall decorations. Furnishing provides additional bonuses for attributes for the player, such as health, stamina, attack, and defense points.
- Health points have a max of 100 points.
- Stamina points have a max of 50 points.
- Attack points have a max of 30 points.
- Defense points have a max of 30 points.
- Health points have a max of 200 points.
- Stamina points have a max of 100 points.
- Attack points have a max of 60 points.
- Defense points have a max of 60 points.