Infrastructure construction
Settlements
Additional payments

Additional profits for the owner of the settlement

With the development of the settlement, improvement of factories and redemption of the resource, the owner of the settlement receives various payments.

Contributions from the cost of building the settlement

When creating a settlement, in addition to resources, the mayor pays the state fee in gold coins. From this item of income, the State makes payments to the following funds:

  • 1% to the charity.
  • 4% to the Clone Earth Social Subsidy Fund.
  • 3% to the Principality's property owners' fund.
  • 10% to the prince on whose territory the estate is built.
  • 15% to the fund of the owners of metropolitan areas located in this principality. The fund is divided among the mayors in proportion to the technological level of each metropolis.
  • 10% to the owner of the town in whose territory the estate was built (or in whose territory the village in which the estate was built is located).
  • 5% to the owner of the village where the estate is built.
  • 52% to the fund for the development of the technical base of the project.

Note: if the estate is built within the principality but is not located within a village or town, or is located within a village that is not part of a town, then the appropriate payments to the town or village (10% or 5%) will be paid by the state:

  • 30% to the Clone Earth Social Subsidy Fund.
  • 30% to the treasury fund.
  • 40% to the social fund of the Principality.

Contributions from the costs of improvements to processing plants and factories

When improving the enterprises and factories of processing in the settlement, in addition to the consumption of resources, the town governor pays the state fee in gold coins.

From this item of income, the State makes payments to the following funds:

  • 1% to the charity.
  • 4% to the Clone Earth Social Subsidy Fund.
  • 3% to the Principality's property owners' fund.
  • 10% to the prince on whose territory the estate is built.
  • 15% to the fund of the owners of metropolitan areas located in this principality. The fund is divided among the mayors in proportion to the technological level of each metropolis.
  • 52% to the fund for the development of the technical base of the project.
  • 15% is paid by the state depending on the level of development of the settlement in which the improvement was made:

If the level of this settlement is "estates," that 15% will be paid:

  • 10% to the owner of the town on whose territory the estate is built (or on whose territory the village, which includes the estate, is built).
  • 5% to the owner of the village on whose territory the estate is built.

Note: if the estate is built within the principality but is not located within a village or town, or is located within a village that is not part of a town, the appropriate payments to the town or village (10% or 5%) will be paid to the intermediate fund.

If the level of this settlement is "village," that 15% will be paid:

  • 10% to the owner of the town on whose territory the village is built.
  • 5% to the interim fund.

Note: if the village is built within the principality but is not within the city, the corresponding payments to the city (10%) will also be paid into the interim fund.

If the level of that settlement is "city" or "metropolitan", all 15% will be paid into an intermediate fund.

The interim fund formed from these deductions is paid out at the end of the day as follows:

  • 30% to the Clone Earth Social Subsidy Fund.
  • 30% to the treasury fund.
  • 40% to the social fund of the Principality.

Deductions from product redemption costs

When a business owner redeems the product, the amount in gold coins is paid out:

  • 50% for the payment of salaries to the company's employees.
  • 5% to the fund of the respective type of securities.
  • 5% to the prince on whose territory the settlement was built.
  • 10% to the fund of the owners of metropolitan areas located in this principality. The fund is divided among the mayors in proportion to the technological level of each metropolis.
  • 15% to the fund for the development of the technical base of the project.
  • 15% is paid by the state depending on the level of development of the settlement in which the redemption was made:

If the level of this settlement is "estates," that 15% will be paid:

  • 10% to the owner of the town on whose territory the estate is built (or on whose territory the village, which includes the estate, is built).
  • 5% to the owner of the village on whose territory the estate is built.

Note: if the estate is built within the principality but is not located within a village or town, or is located within a village that is not part of a town, the appropriate payments to the town or village (10% or 5%) will be paid to the intermediate fund.

If the level of that settlement is "village," that 15% will be paid:

  • 10% to the owner of the town on whose territory the village is built.
  • 5% to the interim fund.

Note: if the village is built within the principality but is not within the city, the corresponding payments to the city (10%) will also be paid into the interim fund.

If the level of that settlement is "city" or "metropolitan", all 15% will be paid into an intermediate fund.

The interim fund formed from these deductions is paid out at the end of the day as follows:

  • 30% to the Clone Earth Social Subsidy Fund.
  • 30% to the treasury fund.
  • 40% to the social fund of the Principality.