The vast majority of your projects that you will build in Going Medieval require a good amount of wood for your construction. These are suitable structures and eventually your villagers will learn how to create better and improved structures and workstations. These stations will require advanced resources and one of these resources is limestone bricks. You will need to work your way through a research tree to create this construction material, and you will need to find some resources on your map.
Before you worry about finding limestone, you need to work your way through a research tree and get on a stone block cutting card. It should be at the bottom of the tree, immediately after the architecture. You don’t have to wait too long to discover this research.
After you do this, you will be able to create a stone bench, a craft station that will take limestone and turn it into brick chucks. Place a stonemason’s bench somewhere near your settlement and then see the limestone on the map. You can find the source in the country anywhere on the map. A good way to find this is to click on the mining icon at the bottom right of the screen or click on the “n” button. Use the mining tool to see what resources are in the country. The limestone will be a slightly pale and rocky area on the ground.
Once you find it and highlight it for your villagers to mine, you will be able to bring this limestone back to the stone bench and turn it into bricks. You must create a bench to create a limestone brick, and the villager must be assigned “craft” work to create these bricks. You can then save these blocks anywhere and use them for more advanced projects.