Infrastructure construction
Repairing the Principality

Repairing the Principality

All principalities on Clone Earth are in need of periodic repairs. Since 1001 days from the time of its construction, the Principality has needed to be repaired every 30 days. Repair of the principality is possible only with tertiary resource types. The cost of repairing each of your principalities depends on how many principalities are in total on the player's account.

Repair cost

Table. The cost of repairing each princedom, depending on the total number of princedoms on the account

Resource/Number of PrincipalitiesUp to and including 23 to 5 inclusive6 to 10 inclusiveFrom 11
Staying power Staying power1324
Wood beam Wood beam18273565
Edged board Edged board385770110
Mounting rail Mounting rail76114140220
Wood lining Wood lining154228280440
Foundation block Foundation block18273565
Overlap block Overlap block385770110
Facing plate Facing plate76114140220
Brick Brick154228280440
Channel Channel2346
Girders Girders46711
Corner Corner7111421
Fittings Fittings15222842

You do not have to control the repair of the building yourself, because there is an automatic repair function.

Table. Automatic repair of the Principality

Automatic repair+
Automatic purchase of a resource for repairs-
Maximum automatic purchase price-

If the principality is not repaired, the collectors will not be able to deliver securities dividends to the principality's treasury. Missing dividends will be sent to the state vault.

An unrepaired principality cannot be put up for sale at a Principality Auction. If the principality, being put up for auction, has not been repaired in time, it will be withdrawn from the sale.

The production of goods and products in the factories of the unrepaired principality is unavailable.

If the user's account has at least one unrepaired principality, you will not be able to place a lot on the Currency Exchange of the Trade Guild.

Repairs are cumulative. If the principality is not repaired for a long time, every 30 days the total cost of repair increases. For example, if there has been no repair for two months, it would take 2 sets of resources to repair, and if there has been no repair for 10 months, it would take 10 sets of resources to repair it.

When calculating the evaluation of a clone's property and the evaluation of a player's account, the unrepaired principality is not taken into account.