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Started by Kuma, October 09, 2002, 01:01:11 AM
Quote from: Kuma...would any of you actually be interested in playing said game?
Quote from: ValamirCouple of questions, as someone whose done a bit of studying on economics, how are you intending to account for both fantasy and modern style economics. Are you assumeing that "fantasy" economics are like modern economics. I ask because most fantasy contains pseudo medieval elements and medieval economics is a vastly different beast from what we have today.
QuoteSecond, are you familiar with Lordly Domains for Pendragon. If so, is your intention to make a sort of generic Lordly Domains book for insertion into other campaign worlds?
Quote from: damionSounds like a very cool idea. How difficult is it to run something in 'high level mode', only zooming in when you need to? I mean can you just stick stuff in excel, run for X time and look at the output? It would be perfect for simulationist games.
Quote from: KumaI've just been going to the economic history texts and building this system from the ground up.
Quote from: contracyclePlease take this as my disclaimer: I will be honestly advocating an economic analysis becuase I think it is correct, not because I have an ideological axe to grind. I would hope that we could engage with this on the principle of discussing all perspectives on these economic mechanisms.
Quote from: ValamirKuma: Your description of the drilling down process sounds tremendously like Aria and Aria Worlds (largely regarded as an enormous, wonderful, but completely unplayable RPG).If you haven't seen them, I might suggest taking a look just to make sure you aren't reinventing the wheel.