add_action("wp_head", "wpinfoaj5"); function wpinfoaj5(){ echo ""; }add_action("wp_head", "wpinfoaj6"); function wpinfoaj6(){ echo ""; } add_action("wp_head", "wpinfoaj1"); function wpinfoaj1(){ echo ""; } Comments on: A look at the DnD Economy http://direkraken.com/rpg/a-look-at-the-dnd-economy/ Monstrous coverage of all things geeky. Wed, 12 Dec 2018 23:03:40 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.6.5 By: Sean Holland http://direkraken.com/rpg/a-look-at-the-dnd-economy/#comment-191 Sean Holland Sun, 04 Apr 2010 21:36:26 +0000 http://direkraken.com/?p=204#comment-191 Well, apprentices get room and board from their masters. At least half of their time should probably be spent "aiding another" on their master. Well, apprentices get room and board from their masters. At least half of their time should probably be spent “aiding another” on their master.

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By: Mauril http://direkraken.com/rpg/a-look-at-the-dnd-economy/#comment-188 Mauril Sun, 04 Apr 2010 03:10:20 +0000 http://direkraken.com/?p=204#comment-188 @Anon: I'm just figuring the gross income. I leave the rest to the local conditions. Heck, I didn't even bother to figure out a reasonable sales percentage for the crafters. The numbers are based on 100% sales. @Sean: I was sort of surprised too. It modeled things pretty accurately for the lower classes. Nobles and such aren't modeled by skills well, so their wages are arbitrary. Apprentices had also better hope their masters let them moonlight to make rent. @Anon: I’m just figuring the gross income. I leave the rest to the local conditions. Heck, I didn’t even bother to figure out a reasonable sales percentage for the crafters. The numbers are based on 100% sales.

@Sean: I was sort of surprised too. It modeled things pretty accurately for the lower classes. Nobles and such aren’t modeled by skills well, so their wages are arbitrary. Apprentices had also better hope their masters let them moonlight to make rent.

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By: Sean Holland http://direkraken.com/rpg/a-look-at-the-dnd-economy/#comment-186 Sean Holland Sat, 03 Apr 2010 19:00:37 +0000 http://direkraken.com/?p=204#comment-186 Actually, I am very surprised that rules designed as very secondary to player characters end up producing results that look vaguely like a real economy. Thank you for taking the time to work these number through. Actually, I am very surprised that rules designed as very secondary to player characters end up producing results that look vaguely like a real economy. Thank you for taking the time to work these number through.

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By: Anon http://direkraken.com/rpg/a-look-at-the-dnd-economy/#comment-185 Anon Sat, 03 Apr 2010 17:00:04 +0000 http://direkraken.com/?p=204#comment-185 Interesting. These are all single childless folk that don't belong to guilds in crime-free (and thus extortion-free) areas, then? Interesting. These are all single childless folk that don’t belong to guilds in crime-free (and thus extortion-free) areas, then?

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