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Perhaps they should think to sound-isolate the bedroom. Pig farming and eating seems to be forbidden, as they stick to chicken, cows and sheep, which is quite unique for a Christian sect. What I certainly consider a plus is that Banished is completely violence-free, if you don't consider fishing, hunting and slaughtering livestock for food. That is a huge plus, for me at least it is.

While there is no police or military force in the congregation there must be some kind of politico-religious ayatollahs who lead the population with a firm hand. There seems to be no individual ownership as all property, including food and fuel, belongs to the community.

Trees and plants can only be bought from a passing trader at least when playing the hard level and it would be rather strange if these would be sold in Europe. On top of that the citizens like to idle a lot at the cemetery.

This is a practice known as shunning and often used by Anabaptist sects to get rid of unwanted elements. They're quite an archaic lot. Neither did I see any same-sex marriages, although you'll never know what these lumberjacks really do in the forest. Options for feeding the people include hunting and gathering, agriculture, trade, and fishing.

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The objective of the game is to keep the population alive and grow it into a successful culture. While the game is not set in a certain time-frame or geographical location there are certain elements that place it in a colonial pre-industrialised North-American context. It's utterly unproductive and rather annoying, but that's how the game works and it forces you to always expand and to build houses near the working place. The Kim Jong-un approach so to speak.

All civilians will join a parish without any exception and there are no free-thinkers allowed. Perhaps the bigger gravestones mean that the deceased person had some official or religious function in society.