Overharvesting

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Overharvesting is a term that describes a forestal act of harvesting plants in a location below the minimum number required in that location by the Council of Oakstone. Those who chose to exploit nature in this manner risked Oakstone enemy status, having the wrath of the forests set against them, and losing the ability to harvest plants. However, in the year 474 AF, Oakstone Hierophants declared that they would no longer enemy for overharvesting, as harvesters found that they could no longer strip a room's plants entirely. The centuries-old policy now obsolete, so ended what was arguably one of the most longest-standing Achaean ordinances since the time of Gaia.