Feedback appreaciated for a village rebuilding game

Hello everyone, I started working on a RPGM project and I would like some feedback.
The game is about a guild secretary sent to a torned downed village to help rebuild.
weight gain shenanigans follows.

I have some experience in game dev and a good amount in programming but I’m new to rpgm
right now I have a basic synopsis written and some lore/character descriptions.

I also toyed around in rpm to make some maps and figure out the engine.

I plan to start writing the outline for the different quests and then start working on the game.
I will keep this post updated with my notes, and if anyone is willing/bored enough to give it a read that would be greatly appreciated.

some of the stuff I’ve planned so far : secretary - Google Drive

English isn’t my first language and I’m now realizing I should have proofread my stuff. I’ll get to it soon.
last update: 24-05-27, made a map for the farm, wrote the priestess, and made a git repo for version control

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turns out new users cant post attachements…
i’ll find a way!

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I’ll start by saying you seem to have a good idea of what you want to do. Having a clear direction is important. Your characters and lore seem pretty thought out. I really like the descriptions of your characters. The traits are a neat addition too, so good job. I’m loving your map design so far. I’m sure it’s all very much work-in-progress, but the East Village is very visually appealing to me. Games are hard and I know it’s early, but I think you could be on to something really cool. Apologies for the lack of real feedback, I just thought I’d give a couple quick praises as I already like the direction your headed with it. It’s early, but I’m interested to see where you can take the game!

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I’m getting mad Stardew Valley vibes, which is cool! Hope this game goes a long way.

This concept looks super interesting. Let me know if you need any help with writing or proofreading, I’d be happy to lend a hand.

So far, so good. One thing I suggest is having some way to represent the characters graphically. Whether they are drawn, rendered, AI art, or created through other means is up to you. In such a promising project (at least from what we’ve seen so far), it would be a shame not to have images of the characters. I understand it might be tricky to find someone who can create these images and is willing to do so, but it could be a significant improvement to an already well-thought-out project.