I've been greatly enjoying the game, playing as Mide and uniting the lands of my ancestors, but I've been wondering the most effective way to build my provinces up.
Back in the days of Rome II and Warhammer, I basically filled all provinces the same way, prioritizing food, public order and whatever industry the region has in Rome II, with one or two developed specifically for military development, whereas in Warhammer, each settlement had extra defenses, industry and public order, with literally ALL my military being recruited in Reikland.
Thrones of Britannia seems to have quite a different way of doing things. Each settlement apart from the cities seems to have its specific buildings, so only the cities can truly be "customized." For example, I see in the building lists that Farms are buildable, but throughout Ireland there seem to be nothing but Pastures. Military recruitment appears to no longer be tied to specific buildings, so I no longer need to worry as much about having all my military eggs in one basket.
On the other hand, there's a LOT more variety for buildings in this game, like picking between Granaries, Tithe Barns and Watermills for your food production buildings or between Churches, Libraries, Round Towers, High Crosses and Scholar's Quarters for religious buildings, and in short, I can't decide what to build!
What have you felt are the best buildings to construct across your kingdoms, if you were looking to get the best "bang for your buck?" Playing as Mide, I know religious buildings should be a priority, as I'll make extra money off of them, but given the limited amount of space and how food is so essential in this game, I'm struggling to figure out my urban planning...