Answers to Questions
Question: How can I calculate the technological level of my settlement?
Answer: The technological level is expressed through the number of gold coins spent by the owner of the settlement for its construction and improvement. All resources in this case are counted at nominal value.
The following resources are required to build a settlement (their nominal value is given in parentheses):
- 30 gold coins.
- 150 wood (0.02 each).
- 150 stone (0.02 each).
- 30 iron (0.2 each).
- 75 cereals (0.04 each).
- 1 land certificate (0.25).
Let's do the calculation: TU = 30 + 150 x 0.02 + 150 x 0.02 + 30 x 0.2 + 75 x 0.04 + 0.25 = 45.25.
Question: Does the presence of real estate and subordinate settlements take into account when calculating the technological level indicator?
Answer: No, it doesn't count.
Question: Do all processing factories need to be upgraded to the maximum level in order to increase the level of development of the settlement?
Answer: No, you don't have to. The level of processing factories does not affect the ability to level up.
Question: Can my settlement get a level of development higher than the one above it?
Answer: Of course! If your settlement is leveled with the one above it, you will cease to obey it. Your growth is not limited by anything!
Question: I increased the level of development of my settlement, and after that the number of residents in the settlement dropped below the required number. Will I go back to my previous level of development?
Answer: No. The improvement of the settlement level is an irreversible operation.
Question: Can an estate subordinate to a city get out of its subordination if it is developed to the level of a village?
Answer: No, it can't. Your village will remain subordinate to the city. When your village becomes a city, you can choose which megalopolis in the duchy to join (provided the city above is not already a megalopolis).
Question: Will my clone be able to build his own Principality in the future if he builds a settlement now?
Answer: Yes, it can, if the social status of your clone is "Philistine" or higher.
Question: Can I move my settlement from one principality to another in the future?
Answer: Changing the location of your settlement is only possible in one case: if it is located on Imperial land. It is impossible to transfer from one principality to another.
Question: What happens if the settlement owner has less money in the game account at the time of settlement than the designated subsidy amount for property owners?
Answer: If there are insufficient funds in the city manager's account on any given day to pay the subsidy, the subsidy will not be paid on that day.
Question: What's better: to build houses in your settlement yourself or let other clones do it?
Answer: There is no fundamental difference. On the one hand, you reduce your development costs by allowing other clones to build real estate. On the other hand, by building houses yourself, you will be able to control their number, as well as set your own level of rent.
Question: What is the best company to open first?
Answer: Which enterprise to open in the first place, as well as when to raise its level, you decide for yourself on the basis of analysis of all possible ways of development and the market situation. Perhaps your choice will fall on the company that produces the resource you need most, or if selling it will bring you the most profit.
Question: Is it necessary to open all tier 1 businesses at the same time?
Answer: Not necessary. You can open only one enterprise and improve it to the maximum. And you can develop several or all businesses at the same time. Don't forget that you will need to upgrade all four enterprises to level IV in order to increase the level of development of the settlement.
Question: Is it necessary to additionally arrange for clones to work in resource processing factories?
Answer: No, there is no need to set up clones in factories. Recycling occurs instantly after the primary resource has been supplied to the factory by the owner of the settlement.
Question: Does the amount of resource processed in the factories depend on the number of clones working in the production plants of the settlement?
Answer: No, it doesn't. The volume of recycling is limited only by the limit of the factory, depending on its level of development.
Q: I want to reduce the number of jobs in my company, but the system won't let me do it. Why?
Answer: You cannot set the value of available jobs to less than the number of employees currently working at the company. You will need to lay off some workers or wait until the number of employees in the company itself decreases to the level you need, then you can reduce the number of jobs.
Question: Is it compulsory to buy back the resource produced at the enterprises?
Answer: Not necessary. You may not redeem the entire product or redeem only part of it, depending on your needs and development strategy.
Question: Can't figure out how jobs are cut?
Answer: Consider an example. You built an estate, and immediately ten jobs opened up. If fewer clones (let's say 5) are employed by the company, there will be a reduction in jobs until there are 5 anyway, with or without redemption of production. According to the rules, the reduction is by no more than 10% of the total number of seats. The first day will reduce 10 - 10% = 1 place, the second day 9 - 10% = 1, the third day 8 - 10% = 1... This will continue until there are no more than five available jobs at the plant.
- If products are redeemed in full, the next day the number of seats will increase by +1 and become 6. If a worker is placed in a new position and the resource is fully redeemed, the number of positions will continue to increase the next day. Otherwise, the space will remain free and available for the device.
- If products are not bought back in full, then the reduction of seats will continue. Employees occupying these positions will be dismissed automatically.
Question: What is more profitable, inviting hired workers or employing your own clones?
Answer: Any worker in a private enterprise makes a monetary profit consisting of the difference between his income (wages) and expenses (for tools, rent, maintaining endurance). In the case where your own clones work in your enterprises, this profit will be returned to your game account, thereby reducing the real value of the products produced.
Question: How often will the guards go off to find the treasure?
Answer: The guards will devote all their spare time from fighting to searching for the treasure. If she finds the treasure, she will not go on another search that day.
Question: Do security guards have to do anything to find the treasure?
Answer: No, the entire search process is automatic.
Question: Can the settlement be attacked by bandits while the guards are busy searching for treasure?
Answer: The Guard is only searching for treasure when there are no attacks. Therefore, finding the treasure has no effect on the effectiveness of the protection.