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From the beginning, we understood the importance of designing these to be friendly towards procedural city generation. By following a style that found the perfect balance between uniqueness and similarity, these medieval homes can be instanced thousands of times and produce a city that feels truly authentic. The minimal geometry combined with the high level of texture detail makes this the perfect model to use in your medieval city; maximising visual quality while minimising the impact on performance both in the render and while using the viewport.

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The castle wall category features three different styles of walls. Firstly, a plain and minimal wall featuring a basic walkway across the top, providing suitable defence for any small town or village. Additional wooden fortifications are the highlight of the second option, making it a great choice for a new settlement or a town in the middle of a forest. The closed roof gives this wall extra height and stands out from the rest. Thirdly, a reinforced medieval wall with strengthened columns of brick lining the outside. Shadows cast by this depth-filled wall structure make it the perfect companion for large scale castles and kingdom walls. Each theme then itself has a counterpart that includes a castle entrance, such as wooden gates or a metal portcullis.

It will be clear that at this time--at the age of six, seven, and eight--Iwas living almost entirely in my imagination; or at least that theimaginative experience of those years now seems to me more importantthan anything else. Thus I pass over a holiday in Normandy (of which,nevertheless, I retain very clear memories) as a thing of no account; ifit could be cut out of my past I should still be almost exactly the manI am. But imagination is a vague word and I must make some distinctions.It may mean the world of reverie, day-dream, wish-fulfilling fantasy. Ofthat I knew more than enough. I often pictured myself cutting a finefigure. But I must insist that this was a totally different activityfrom the invention of Animal-Land. Animal-Land was not (in that sense) afantasy at all. I was not one of the characters it contained. I was itscreator, not a candidate for admission to it. Invention is essentiallydifferent from reverie; if some fail to recognise the difference that isbecause they have not themselves experienced both. Anyone who has willunderstand me. In my day-dreams I was training myself to be a fool; inmapping and chronicling Animal-Land I was training myself to be anovelist. Note well, a novelist; not a poet. My invented world was full(for me) of interest, bustle, humour, and character; but there was nopoetry, even no romance, in it. It was almost astonishingly prosaic.[1]Thus if we use the word imagination in a third sense, and the highestsense of all, this invented world was not imaginative. But certain otherexperiences were, and I will now try to record them. The thing has beenmuch better done by Traherne and Wordsworth, but every man must tell hisown tale.

Intellectually, the time I spent at Oldie's was almost entirely wasted;if the school had not died, and if I had been left there two years more,it would probably have sealed my fate as a scholar for good. Geometryand some pages in West's English Grammar (but even those I think Ifound for myself) are the only items on the credit side. For the rest,all that rises out of the sea of arithmetic is a jungle of dates,battles, exports, imports and the like, forgotten as soon as learned andperfectly useless had they been remembered. There was also a greatdecline in my imaginative life. For many years Joy (as I have definedit) was not only absent but forgotten. My reading was now mainlyrubbish; but as there was no library at the school we must not makeOldie responsible for that. I read twaddling school-stories in TheCaptain. The pleasure here was, in the proper sense, merewish-fulfilment and fantasy; one enjoyed vicariously the triumphs of thehero. When the boy passes from nursery literature to school-stories heis going down, not up. Peter Rabbit pleases a disinterestedimagination, for the child does not want to be a rabbit, though he maylike pretending to be a rabbit as he may later like acting Hamlet; butthe story of the unpromising boy who became captain of the First Elevenexists precisely to feed his real ambitions. I also developed a greattaste for all the fiction I could get about the ancient world: QuoVadis, Darkness and Dawn, The Gladiators, Ben Hur. It might beexpected that this arose out of my new concern for my religion, but Ithink not. Early Christians came into many of these stories, but theywere not what I was after. I simply wanted sandals, temples, togas,slaves, emperors, galleys, amphitheatres; the attraction, as I now see,was erotic, and erotic in rather a morbid way. And they were mostly, asliterature, rather bad books. What has worn better, and what I took toat the same time, is the work of Rider Haggard; and also the"scientifiction" of H. G. Wells. The idea of other planets exercisedupon me then a peculiar, heady attraction, which was quite differentfrom any other of my literary interests. Most emphatically it was notthe romantic spell of Das Ferne. "Joy" (in my technical sense) neverdarted from Mars or the Moon. This was something coarser and stronger.The interest, when the fit was upon me, was ravenous, like a lust. Thisparticular coarse strength I have come to accept as a mark that theinterest which has it is psychological, not spiritual; behind such afierce tang there lurks, I suspect, a psychoanalytical explanation. Imay perhaps add that my own planetary romances have been not so much thegratification of that fierce curiosity as its exorcism. The exorcismworked by reconciling it with, or subjecting it to, the other, the moreelusive, and genuinely imaginative, impulse. That the ordinary interestin scientifiction is an affair for psychoanalysts is borne out by thefact that all who like it, like it thus ravenously, and equally by thefact that those who do not, are often nauseated by it. The repulsion ofthe one sort has the same coarse strength as the fascinated interest ofthe other and is equally a tell-tale.

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