All resources, (unless noted) can be given to and transfered from Estates.
Wheat is taken from the Stockpile by a Miller and is turned into Flour, before being transported back to the Stockpile once more.
Flour is taken from the Stockpile by a Baker and is turned into Bread. He then transports it to the Granary. Feeding your population with multiple food types will increase honour.
A Hops Farmer will grow these and transport them to the Stockpile for a Brewer to make Ale.
Ale is stored in the Stockpile before being used in the Inn to boost castle popularity.
Candles are stored in the Stockpile before being used in the Church to boost popularity.
Grapes are stored in the Stockpile after being grown in the Vineyard. The Vinter will then take them and turn them into Wine, storing them in the Lord's Kitchen for feasts.
Wood is probably the most important resource in the entire game - nearly every Food Building is constructed from it, as well as most of the Industrial Buildings. The only way to get more wood is for Trees to be placed on the map from the Editor and placing Saw Pits for woodcutters to cut them down and transfer the wood to your Stockpile.
Stone is one of the most vital resources in the game. Without stone, you will not be able to build a Barracks or an Armoury as well as Stone Walls and other important stone buildings for your Castle. Stone is produced by a Stone Quarry, and is taken to the stockpile by Ox Tether. In order for you to get Stone, it must exist on the map. You can also get Stone delivered to you by Carters from your Estates but it must still exist in the map.
Iron is yet another crucial resource - but is only needed really if you intend to make Maces, Armour or Swords for your troops. It is mined from Iron Mines and trsnaorted by Ox Tether to the Stockpile.
Pitch can be useful, but is extremely hard to get and very expensive to buy. It can be used for Archers to set Pitch Ditches on fire. It can only be collected from Marshland, placed in the Editor.
Wool is a resource stored only temporarily provided you have a Weaver's Workshop. The Weaver will collect it and turn it into Cloth, in turn retruning it to the Stockpile. It will then be taken to the Lady's Bedchamber for her to make dresses. After her wardrobe is full, there is a dance in the Keep bringing Honour to the Castle.
Wool is taken from the Stockpile by a Weaver and turns it into Cloth. This is then taken to the Lady's Bedchamber for her to make dresses. After her wardrobe is full, there is a dance in the Keep bringing Honour to the Castle.