Going Medieval has a lot of digging to do in the game, but we also need to know how to fill these dug holes in the game. You will dig for various purposes lie mining, storing, etc. If you do not know how to fill them up, keep reading this guide.
How To Fill Holes in Going Medieval
You cannot bring back the original surface tiles in Going Medieval. So to fill holes, you will have to build things on top of the holes to cover there. There are two ways to go about it. One, to create bridges on top of these holes and the other to create an underground room out of the hole to make it useful.
To make a bridge, make sure that you have the upper plank connected to a ground tile. If not, the structure will just be unstable and fall off. You will just waste your resources with it if you do not do this right. This will also work as bridges that will look much cooler than just dug-up areas that are abandoned.
Another way to go about it is just to make a room out of the hole. Put on a roof and make a room out of it. You can make a room in the hole itself or you can build on on top of it. Might as well make something useful out of it. To make a room in the hole itself, just put on a roof on the hole and it would work. Alternatively, you can use planks to cover the hole and make a room on top of the hole.
So that is all for our guide on how to fill holes. If you would like to know how to dig in Going Medieval, we have a guide on that too for you to check out.