In conjunction with the 2017 Winter Event, the Tinkerer’s Tent was made available as an unique adornment. The Tinkerer’s Tent is a piece of the Winter Village Set, which includes a number of other pieces. This structure comes with a specific set bonus of its own. In addition, when it is next to other buildings from the Winter Village Set, it will earn additional advantages and benefits. In order for it to operate properly, it will need to be connected to three separate buildings. It delivers happiness as well as a currency increase and does not necessitate the use of a road connection.
The coin increase is maintained at a steady level.
- 1Set Bonus
- 3Additional Information
- 4Alternative Special Structures
theSet Bonuses page. The Tinkerer’s Tent comes with a special set bonus, which can be found here. When a building is near to other structures that are part of the Winter Village Set, the qualities of the building are enhanced as well.
Happiness at its most fundamental level will always be generated. The number of other unique Winter Village Set buildings that it is connected to determines how much bonus happiness and coin increases it receives.
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Winter Village SetUp the buildings in your village for the winter.
Other Special Buildings
|Residential Buildings||Abandoned AsylumAirshipAltar GardenAncient ObeliskAthlete Living QuartersAthlon AbbeyBlack TowerCaravansaryCeltic FarmsteadCharming CottageCheckmate SquareClassical Garden PatioClown TownColossusContestants’ EstateDark DoorwayDruid TempleEastern Palace TowerElephant Fountain GateEmperor’s EntranceFaery RingsFerris WheelFishing HutFiore VillageForest of FallGingerbread HouseGolden CropsGovernor’s VillaGrand BridgeGreater RunestoneHanami BridgeHarvest BarnHaunted HouseHelter SkelterHippodrome CarceresHippodrome SphendoneHouse of HorrorsJade StatueKing StatueKioskLog CabinMaharaja’s PalaceMemorial ChhatriMenagerieMill of FallMinaretMoon GateMoose MeadowMountain ReserveMughal’s TempleOasisObelisk GardenOlympic TreasuryPagodaPillar of HeroesPiazza CafePiazza HomesPirate’s HideoutPole HouseQueen StatueRenaissance MansionRenaissance VillaRoyal BathhouseRoyal CascadeRoyal Marble GatewaySacred Sky WatchSeptember CottageShinto TempleShrine of AweShrine of InspirationShrine of KnowledgeSnow GlobeSpeaker’s CornerStatue of HonorStranded BoatStraw HutSugar Baker’s BoothSunflower PatchSuishun MillSun TempleSundial SpireTerracotta VineyardThe Crow’s NestThe KingThe Lord’s ManorThe QueenThe ShipTholos of IdolsTimeless DojoToymaker’s BoothTribal SquareWestern Palace TowerWinter BakeryWinter CanalWinter SpireWinter TrainWorld’s FairYggdrasilZen ZoneZiggurat|
|Production Buildings||Arena of VictorsAviaryBazaarBeach BarCider Mill/Blooming/Fruitful/Bountiful/Prosperous/FlourishingConfectionary/Large/Huge/LegendaryFan ShopFoeberge ShopGondola Dock MarketLuauMad Scientist’s LabMagnum OpusMasquerade BallReindeer PaddockRosariumSanta’s WorkshopSleigh BuilderSoccer FieldSunken TreasureTerrace FarmWitch Doctor|
|Cultural Buildings||Balloon SiteBotanical RotundaCarouselClassical Garden PoolDruid WillowElephant FountainGlobe FountainGrandstandGraveyard/Old/Ancient/Legendary/Monumental/NecropolisHaunted TowerMaypole/Mighty/MajesticOrnate BathsPavilionPiazza Clock TowerPond of FallPrimrose BloomSandcastleTerror TeacupsTigers’ DenWinners’ PlazaWinter GateWinter MarketWinter Pyramid|
|Decorations||Award TrophyBandar PlaygroundBleachersBronze AwardCandlemaker’s TentCaptain’s AnchorageChhatri GardenClassical Garden StatuesCypress PassDecorated BaobabDining CarFace of the AncientFestive TreeFisherman’s PierFoE CupForge Bowl TrophyFreight CarGarden RuinsGate of the Sun GodGate Statue EastGate Statue WestGift TowerGold AwardGrapevinesHalmbockHammockJack O’Lantern ChapelLavender LawnLeukoi TrackMaharaja’s Jungle PondMask StatueMementoMobilithMystical OrganNeighborhood CupNishikigoi PondNutcrackerOchre YardOlive GrovePalm TreePhoenix StatuePiazza FountainPirate Guard PostReindeer SleighRoad to VictoryRousioi TrackRoyal Guard PostSakura RockScarecrowShark ShallowsSilver AwardSleeping CarSmörgåsbord FeastSphinxStanding StoneStone AwardSundialTiki TotemTinkerer’s TentTitan Arum PlantTrader Guard PostTree of Love/Great/EternalVenetoi TrackVenice CanalVitruvian ManWell of WelcomeWheat FieldWheel of DeathWisteria TopiaryZanni Mask Statue|
|Military Buildings||Champion’s RetreatColor Guard CampDrummer SchoolRogue DenRogue Hideout|
|Other Buildings||Antiques DealerArctic HarborAutumn ScarecrowBegonia BenchFountain of YouthFriends TavernGong of WisdomHall of FameHedge MazeMadame Fortuna’s TentMajestic Fawn/StagMonasteryOceanic TerminalPiazza Mask VendorRitual FlameSentinel OutpostStraw Star TentTactician’s TowerTown HallVictory TowerWatchfireWishing Well/Little|
|Building Items||FragmentsOne Up KitRenovation KitSelection KitShrink KitStore BuildingUpgrade Kit|
Phoenix Open unveils 9/11 20th anniversary tent spike forged in Mesa
Avi Goodman and Jacie Cotterell are two of the most talented people in the world. The Phoenix Open 9/11 commemorative tent spike, forged from steel salvaged from the Twin Towers, is mounted on a cradle composed of wood and steel that was handcrafted by the artist. This week saw the beginning of the Phoenix Open. This year, in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, the main tent will be supported by an unique spike made of steel from the World Trade Center. The twin towers were destroyed on September 11, 2001, marking the twentieth anniversary of the tragedy.
The spike, which was made by Mesa blacksmiths Avi Goodman of Iron Rhino and Jacie Cotterell of Red Front Forge, is strengthened with minerals and ores that are indigenous to Arizona, according to the blacksmiths.
We hope that when people see it, they would consider what it is and the way it is layered, and that this will serve as a reminder to them that they are all in this together, according to Goodman.
Candlemaker’s Tent – Forge of Empires
This is taken from Forge of Empires – Wiki EN.
- Upgrade to the present era necessitates the purchase of a Renovation Kit. In order to advance by one Era, one Up Kit is required. The Keep Building Kit makes it possible to store items in inventory. When put close to other unique buildings from the same set, it generates additional production.
|Street:||No street required|
|Set:||Winter Village Set|
|Introduced with:||Events and Questlines|
|Item Exchange Value:|
|2h||1,350||1 – 2|
|8h||1,690||1 – 3|
|1d||2,030||1 – 3|
|1 x||2 x||3 x|
|Early Middle Ages||80||40||100||+2%||+3%|
|High Middle Ages||90||80||110||+2%||+3%|
|Late Middle Ages||100||120||120||+2%||+3%|
|Space Age Mars||680||26,000||820||+2%||+3%|
|Space Age Asteroid Belt||740||36,000||890||+2%||+3%|
|Space Age Venus||800||42,000||960||+2%||+3%|
Supplies are being collected.
Madame Fortuna’s Tent – Forge of Empires
This is taken from Forge of Empires – Wiki EN.
- Will automatically update your system to the current period
- Cannot be looted or manipulated in any way
- The Keep Building Kit makes it possible to store items in inventory. When put close to other unique buildings from the same set, it generates additional production.
|Street:||No street required|
|Set:||Winter Village Set|
|Introduced with:||Events and Questlines|
|Item Exchange Value:|
|2h||3,780||3 – 6|
|8h||4,730||4 – 7|
|1d||5,670||5 – 8|
|1d||1 x||2 x||3 x||4 x|
|Early Middle Ages||40||1||1||2||2||1|
|High Middle Ages||40||1||1||2||2||1|
|Late Middle Ages||40||1||2||2||3||1|
|Space Age Mars||40||24||22||48||55||1|
|Space Age Asteroid Belt||40||30||25||56||65||1|
|Space Age Venus||40||36||28||64||75||1|
Housing at Valley Forge
Q. This winter in Valley Forge, I’m writing a report on the house that was utilized during the winter of 1777-1778. I’m aware that they had brick, stone, wood, and log homes in a variety of styles to choose from. When it came to accommodation for the soldiers during the winter months at Valley Forge, what style of structure would have been the most appropriate? Also, what type of dwelling was the most frequently used? Thank you very much. Grade 8 A student Megan Bereskin from Iowa. The soldiers who marched into Valley Forge on December 19th, 1777, initially stayed in tents, but they quickly began constructing more substantial housing facilities.
Although the form has been abandoned, the triangle front and rear with two sloping sides is still in use today.
Another type of tent was described by Lochee in “An Essay on Castramentation” in 1778, and it is known as the “Bell Back Tent.” It is similar to the wedge tent in appearance, with the exception that the rear of the tent has an additional section that extends out — sort of in the shape of a semi-circle.
Some wedge tents were also “convertible,” meaning they could be used in two different ways (one side of the wedge tent would be extended like a fly or a leanto, leaving the side opened for warmer climates and temperatures).
The Commander-in-Chief was well aware that his troops would need to be properly housed in preparation for the upcoming winter.
To ensure uniform good order, the Commanding Officers of each Regiment are to appoint an Officer to supervise the construction of Huts for his own Regiment.
The Q M General, in conjunction with the adjutant General, is responsible for ensuring that all known tools in the possession of each regiment are promptly returned to him, and that they, together with those in store, are duly and fairly allotted to the Regimental overseers of the week; who are also responsible for keeping an accurate record of the men whose names are placed into their hands, so that they may be held accountable for them.
Except for their oversight responsibilities, superintendents and overseers are exempt from all other responsibilities.
with their Captains, immediately excuse their men to be divided into Squads of twelve, and see that each squad has their proportion of tools, and set about a Hutt for themselves; It is planned that the Soldier’s Hutts will have the following dimensions.
fourteen by sixteen inches on each side, Sides and ends are referred to as Building with logs and making the roofs tight with split slabs, or in another way, making the sides tight with clay Fireplace made of woodsecured with clay on the inside eighteen inches thick, this fireplace to be in the rear of the Hutt, The door to be in the end next the street, The door to be made of split Oak Slabs unlefs boards can be procured, Side(illegible) to be 6 1/3 feet high, The Officers Hutts to form a line in the Rear of the Troops, One Hutt to be allowed to each Genl Officer, One to the staff of each Division, One to the Staff of each Brigade, One to the Genl Officers of each Regiment, one to the Commifs.
Officers of two companys, one to every 12 noncommisioned Officers and Soldiers. The above information is transcribed directly from the original manuscript with the grammar and spelling of the time period. Some abbreviations which may be unfamiliar:
The “hutts” were the most prevalent sort of accommodation for the troops, accounting for the vast bulk of them. Military housing was divided into huts with a maximum of twelve (+) troops, while officers (generals, captains, colonels, and so on) were forced to share their quarters with fewer individuals. The encampment grounds at Valley Forge would have resembled a “log city,” according to historical accounts. A number of farmhouses in the surrounding region served as headquarters for the generals; they were mostly constructed of stone with only a few brick structures thrown in for good measure.
As a base of operations, he rented the Potts House from Deborah Hewes.
Tent peg, hand-forged steel, approx. 34 cm
Tent peg made of hand-forged steel, approximately 34 cm in length. Put away those flimsy, machine-made tent pegs, because we’ve got the real thing! They are hand-forged from 1 cm square mild steel rods to give them a realistic and powerful appearance. Our straightforward design is ideal for re-enacting a wide range of historical periods. The tent pegs may have a few little rust stains on them. This is a genuine ULFBERTH® product of the highest quality. Price has been reduced! BM-ULF-CP-52 A new product has been introduced.
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Master Forge Heat Tents. Replacement Heat Tents for Master Forge grills. FREE shipping.
The most efficient method of locating the appropriate replacement Heat Tents for your Master Forgegrill is to shop by Master Forge model number. If you don’t know what model number you need, you may go through the whole list of Master Forge Heat Tents we offer on this page. We strongly urge that you measure your original components and compare them to the replacement parts given below in order to ensure that you are purchasing the proper replacement parts for your vehicle. It is preferable to accomplish this with the pieces removed from the grill.
Master Forge Heat Tents
Searching the model number of your Master Forgegrill is the most efficient method of locating replacement Heat Tents for your grill. On this page, you can see all of the Master Forge Heat Tents that we currently have in stock if you don’t sure which type you need. As a precaution, we strongly advise that you measure your original components and compare them to the replacement parts given below to ensure that you get the exact replacement parts. It is preferable to accomplish this with the components removed from the grill.
- Stainless steel equivalent of component 98531
- Sold separately
- Manufactured in the United States
Part Number:98531-SSDimensions: 14 5/8 inches from front to back 4 1/4 inches from side to side Stainless steel is the primary material. Weight:0.7 Stainless steel is a kind of steel that is corrosion resistant. For some Master Forge grills, a Heat Tent/Flame Tamer is required. Individually packaged; the amount of pieces required varies. BMHP8 is the part number for this item. From the front to the back, the dimensions are 15 3/8. 3 9/16 inches from side to side Stainless steel is the primary material.
- Made in the United States of America.
- Remove the packaging before using.
- Front-to-back measurement is 14 7/8 inches.
- Weight:0.98 A heat tent for a couple of Master Forge grills (101-03005-R).
- Each piece is sold separately.
- It is possible that this model will suit other models.
- Part Number:MF1-101-03005-RDimensions Front-to-Back:14 7/8 Dimensions Front-to-Back:14 7/8 Dimensions 6 1/4 inches from side to side Porcelain steel is the material used.
a pair of matching shoes (2).
Grills from the Master Forge MFA350 series are compatible with this grill.
This heat tent is designed to replace the original Master Forge component number 101-03005.
6 1/4 inches from side to side Porcelain steel is the material used.
Steel with porcelain enamel on it.
Grills from the Master Forge MFA480 series are compatible with this product.
This heat tent is designed to replace the original Master Forge component number 113-03005. Part Number:MF1-113-03005-RDimensions: MF1-113-03005-RDimensions: MF1-113-03005-RDimensions: 15 9/16 inches from the front to the back Side-to-Side:5 Porcelain steel is the material used. Weight:1.0
|PartMF1-113-03005-R fits these 1 Master Forge models:|
113-03005-R-X4 Some Master Forge grills will be heated under a tent. Steel with porcelain enamel on it. Set of four pieces. Grills from the Master Forge MFA480 series are compatible with this product. It is possible that this model will suit other models. This heat tent is designed to replace the original Master Forge component number 113-03005. MF1-113-03005-R-X4 is the part number for this item. Dimension 15 9/16 inches from the front to the back Side-to-Side:5 Porcelain steel is the material used.
|PartMF1-113-03005-R-X4 fits these 1 Master Forge models:|
For certain Master Forge grills, I’m using a 153-03005-R heat tent. Steel with porcelain enamel on it. Each piece is sold separately. Grills from the Master Forge MFA550 series are compatible with this product. It is possible that this model will suit other models. This heat tent is intended to replace Master Forge component number 153-03005. Dimensions:MF1-153-03005-RDimensions:MF1-153-03005-RDimensions:MF1-153-03005-RDimensions:MF1-153-03005-RDimensions:MF1-153-03005-RD 15 9/16 inches from the front to the back Side-to-Side:5 Porcelain steel is the material used.
|PartMF1-153-03005-R fits these 1 Master Forge models:|
For various Master Forge grills, a 153-03005-R heat tent has been set up. Enamel-coated steel with a porcelain finish Single items are available for purchase. Grilles from the Master Forge MFA550 series are compatible with this product. Other models may be compatible. Master Forge component number 153-03005 is replaced by this heat tent. Manufacturer’s Part Number:MF1-153-03005-RDimensions: MF1-153-03005-RDimensions: MF1-153-03005-RDimensions: MF1-153-03005-RDimensions: 15 9/16 inches from front to back Side-to-Side:5 Ceramic and steel are the materials of choice.
|PartMF1-153-03005-R-X5 fits these 1 Master Forge models:|
101-00301-04-RHeat tent for a couple of Master Forge barbecue barbecues. Stainless steel is used. Each piece is sold separately. Grilles from the Master Forge MF350SNP and MF700SSB models are compatible. It is possible that this model will suit other models. This heat tent is a direct replacement for the original Master Forge component number 101-00301-04. NOTE:Occasionally, a vinyl peel-off covering is applied to the product. Remove the packaging before using. Made in the United States of America Dimensions:MF3-101-03001-04-RDimensions:MF3-101-03001-04-RDimensions:MF3-101-03001-04-RDimensions:MF3-101-03001-04-RDimensions:MF3-101-03001-04-RD Front-to-back measurement is 14 7/8 inches.
- Weight:0.98 101-00301-04-R-X2 Some Master Forge grills will be heated under a tent.
- Stainless steel is used.
- It is possible that this model will suit other models.
- NOTE:Occasionally, a vinyl peel-off covering is applied to the product.
- Made in the United States of America MF3-101-03001-04-R-X2 is the part number for this item.
Front-to-back measurement is 14 7/8 inches. 6 1/4 inches from side to side Stainless steel is the primary material. Weight:1.96 Grill components for Master Forge gas BBQ grills may be shipped to any location in the earth.
The Arabian Tent Company is Forging a More Gender Equal Workplace
It is a commonly known reality that a marquee that has been leased for a wedding will require the services of an Erection Specialist to set it up. It will, however, be a perfectly balanced bunch of both Men and Women who have been basking in gender equality for years who will arrive with sledge-hammers, tool-belts, and string vests to set-up The Arabian Tent Company’s collection of tents, themed interiors, props, and furnishings. Creating these fantastic wonderlands in locations ranging from gardens in the home counties to fields in the Scottish highlands necessitates the use of strength, intelligence, as well as technological and artistic prowess.
Other requirements include the ability to work in a hardworking team, problem solving, and an eye for detail and style in the furniture, drapings, ornaments, and accessories that all contribute to the creation of ATC’s sumptuous interiors.
ATC’s creator, Katherine Hudson, recalls her childhood as “very much of a tomboy,” with activities such as climbing trees and BMX bicycling among her favorites.
Likewise, it’s been the same with every other aspect of the business — driving vans, packing trucks, carrying large weights, and whatever else has to be done, because if I can do it, so can other women.” Historically, practically all construction vocations were associated with a closed, male-dominated society.
Ladies make up around half of ATC’s rigging crew, and they are an important part of the team, and the males on the crew are thrilled to have the women on board.
The males, on the other hand, understand that they are fully capable of performing the exact same duties as they are.
She has a degree in stage management, which has taken her to the major stages of several music festivals.
“Whether you are a boy or a girl does not really matter.” You only need to be a realistic hard worker to succeed in this career, and they are available in both blue and pink flavors!” “I’ve found that women talk more about the manner of performing a work before they start,” Katherine continues, “and that women want to be more involved in the decision-making process than males.” I also believe that women can be just as powerful as men if they use their strength intelligently.if they lift properly and figure out the finest techniques for doing things.” Do women and men approach their work in the same manner, or are there any differences?
According to Jennie, “while everyone is different, women might be more fastidious when it comes to the final touches and tend to be more lateral thinkers.” “However, ladies may be easily sidetracked by debating in depth the best approach to do a task, but what is frequently extremely advantageous about males is that they are single-minded in their pursuit of completing the task at hand.
Grace and Lushka, two of our female team members, serve as team leaders.
MOHs are really skilled at whipping themselves into a frenzy, and our team leader gals maintain a calm demeanor while yet maintaining a high level of physical fitness.” “Our clients on wedding assignments are frequently women, and I believe it is beneficial for them to have female crew members,” says Leah Thomas, an electrician and HGV driver for ATC.
To argue that the guys don’t have it as well is incorrect; in fact, they do; it’s more of a perception issue than anything else, but it certainly helps.
A hug is preferable to an argument with someone on some days, especially if you are feeling very emotional.
Does that mean that the females get three shouts while the lads get two cheers?
“As long as you’re concerned, you’re golden.” Pull Quote: “Having both men and women on a team fosters a strong sense of camaraderie, and we’re all generally optimistic individuals.” Leah Tomas is a fictional character created by author Leah Tomas.
The Arabian Tent Company (www.arabiantents.com) is to be credited for this image.