Topic: "I want to be a trader"  (Read 377 times)


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« on: December 05, 2020, 08:10:40 PM »
I was hoping to find a recent fur price list. and found an excellent suggestion that I wanted to comment on -
https://www.unrealworld.fi/forums/index.php?topic=5669.msg14711#msg14711
But, it is too old. Now, you know why I called this meeting of the mnds. :)

I imagine spices and herbs will become big business for us adventureres who are just starting out. Then, we might move up to small furs or the finest sacred weapons from different tribes. And, packs of dogs to hunt, carry and guard (which I never found profitable - dogs eat too much).

Will there be different quality vaues for farmed produce? Superior Heirloom Turnips For Sale! Get them while they are hot!

Maybe it is time to make peace with the Njerpez and simultaneously discover a new most profitable source of income. Then, we could trade with the Njerpez and peacefully trade for what else they have to offer. How do they make the covetted lamellar, what is the secret?

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« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2020, 10:02:06 PM »
This post is seconding a suggestion/question if villagers value different goods differently.
It’s planned, and will happen eventually.

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I imagine spices and herbs will become big business for us adventureres who are just starting out.

Spices and herbs wouldn’t come a business at all, but things like metal tools and weapons, furs, preserved food etc. would be probably the first things have different values among different cultures.

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Will there be different quality values for farmed produce?

Yes, some farm product would fit in the scope of tribal value differency. Not turnips maybe, but grain and flour and other time consuming products.
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