i have been studying opening theory and have a question for those who can constantly manage quick tool and bronze times: can u pit gazelles as your second food building, especially when they are beside another resource? i usually play the granary first opening and as i explore potential forests for my wood pit, i oftern find a herd of gazelles grazing beside them. would it be beneficial to take some lumberjacks and berry harvesters, kill the gazelles and then pit beside them and the resource? i understand gazelles decay, but not quickly enough to make a significant difference. each gazelle is also 150 food, the equivalent of a berry bush. the extra wood i conserve by dual pitting can be used for extra food building, fishing boats, or others uses i have. however, it takes precious time to hunt them and my vils sometimes have to travel a small distance to the pit. is this a great idea that saves time and resources, or does it hinder more than help?
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