Fabledom Happiness Guide

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This Fabledom Happiness guide will detail how to improve and increase the happiness within your township. Improving happiness is the best way to continue growing your town which opens up avenues to get more tax money and unlock new buildings. The relaxing city builder has been available to play but it has just made the move to a full release over on Steam and is no longer an Early Access title. This move has been met with positive feedback from fans.

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Fabledom Happiness Tips

There are a few ways to improve the happiness within your township. One is by making sure that you have the correct supply and demand for resources. If there’s too much demand and not enough supply this can make your citizens unhappy.

Building amenities near your residents homes will lead to them being happier as they will have things to do near their homes. This includes putting down decorations as they will also make residents happier.

There are specific buffs and debuffs that can impact all of your town members. Holding a feast upon marriage is one that will have hugely positive ramifications on your residents. Hosting a festival is the easiest way as it can make people happier for 30 days for the cost of some coins.

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That is all for this Fabledom Happiness guide. Did we omit anything? Is there any other Fabledom content you’d like to see? Be sure to chime in and let us know.

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