|If you must . . .
||[Feb. 4th, 2017|12:51 pm]
Phrembah (a potato-like mystery)
. . . build a block structure on a sloping plot of land, start at the lowest point on the land that the structure will occupy. Otherwise, you may find that as you build out, the blocks no longer touch the ground and that's an unsustainable situation which can only be remedied by adding a whole lot more blocks that can be very difficult to fit in after the fact. If you start at the bottom, you might run out of blocks, but they will be the blocks near the top that weren't supporting the entirety of the structure. They can be added as they are procured without too much ado. OK?