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Averages. Interesting thing look it up.
Today most houses are built from cheap synthetic materials and untreated wood. Which burns like a match.
Before houses were mostly wood, metal, brick and stone. Which took fire slower and burned at lower heat.
Since there will always be more cheap houses built than expensive, average time for house to burn to the point where its impossible for anything to stay alive in it has gone down.
That sounds like the reasoning and consequences of building a wooden castle in Minecraft. Or at least before fire got nerfed.
Believe it or not, synthetic materials used nowadays burn way faster and stronger than, say, wood logs.
Also, we use more small sections and parts now, which can become loose wasier as the structure supporting them gets destroyed, blocking your way, wounding / killing you and spreading the fire faster by falling on the ground.
Also, in older times, homes were more drafty, air could enter constantly, keeping the strenght of the fire rising in a stable manner, so it was far less probable that something like you opening a door to escape and getting assblasted by the sudden rise in the flame strength could happen.
That are some of the reasons, i suposse.
I want to know the reasoning behind this as well. Is it because modern building materials are more flammable or produce more smoke or simply burn hotter?
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