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Dienstag, 8. Mai 2007, 06:32

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

RE: Skipping society ranks

Zitat Originally posted by Baltic Trader [ [*]Social Rank: Unbelievable Patrician. I moved to Bruegge, skipped a few ranks. If you would not have moved would your rank have gone to patrician because of your cash was over 900,000 ? Or was it because they saw you as LM and your rep was very good in Brugge?

Freitag, 4. Mai 2007, 04:03

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

RE: Patrician, and the Game You Play

BT. Well, I can understand your sentiment. You are a master at this game and I have learned a great deal from your postings. I will definitely participate in a clean game when it becomes available. When I started playing the first campaign on my own, I was really unfamiliar with the basics of the game. I’ve tried to learn from playing in the contest. It has been a bit overwhelming to digest it all. I remember in another thread how someone said to me that using all the exploits will take you away...

Donnerstag, 3. Mai 2007, 17:44

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

Contest 2007 Smalltalk

Wasa, Bizpro Maybe it has to do with the number and variety of types of Production in a given town as well as the available housing. This is one of the elements I am experimenting with. Another component might be the ratio of efficient production vs not so efficient production. Although it's less than 1 knot, I'm cruising along

Donnerstag, 26. April 2007, 05:38

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

Strategies yet to be discovered.

I think there are still a few tricks/strategies that have yet to be discovered and employed in the contest. As we build out the Hanse, I think there are 1 or 2 I havent heard anyone write about yet. We shall see. I'm not far enough along to try them yet, but I will when I get there. (and that will be awhile) Builder - Set sail into the contest - The waters fine! I enjoy reading about the diversity of the way people are playing the game. I like seeing how the peaceful traders are progressing. The...

Dienstag, 24. April 2007, 05:05

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

Strategy

Starstruck, Thanks for the post. This is only the 3rd computer game I've ever played and I have really enjoyed learning about the strategy of the gameplay. Kudos on how you have adapted your strategy based on the goals of the game. I remeber reading a post or two while I was reasearching whether to buy the game or not that said there was not much more to learn about this game. Man, were they out to lunch. I'm a slow learner, but I'm learning! Thanks.

Montag, 23. April 2007, 01:48

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

HTH Demolition 101

Interesting thoughts on the German side relating to the progress of New World. I couldn't understand it in fine details but I think the demolishon of houses has a few people amused. I am wondering if it will be a strategy that can be maintianed into 1303 and beyond. I did gather that some people demolished AI built hth houses in earlier months to impact the growth of wealthy and rich. If you need people to work in your industry, how does this work? Can someone explain that to me?

Donnerstag, 19. April 2007, 22:07

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

RE: Scoring

WASA, Thanks. This is very helpful. I'll have to check into the roads building issue. I have been building them right along. They do seem to impact the building queue. I have 63 brickworks going right now. I thought building materials would be important in this game. I have been building HTH's to supply the housing for workers without waiting on the AI to build them. I am using the beer trick. I am weak at setting up and managing arbitrage. I do not have enough experience yet to take out the whi...

Donnerstag, 19. April 2007, 14:12

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

Lack of HTH's

Now I understand why I don't see many half timber houses in the game saves! Thanks.

Donnerstag, 19. April 2007, 02:08

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

RE: Scoring

Wasa, Thanks for the info. Your english is fine. Let me see if I got this right, You destroy the HTH's to decrease the number of poor, which affects the calculation of the points. I'll have to review the way the points are calculated to understand it. I have been impressed with your game play. I think the choices you made for growth have been outstanding. I don't know how you did it, but I've been studying your 1300 save. Since this is only the second game I've ever played, I can see many mistak...

Mittwoch, 18. April 2007, 00:13

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

RE: Scoring

[quote]Originally posted by Starstruck I finished 1300 by evicting about 8000 poor from my Hanse ... has rather a negative effect on industry . I'm very curious. How did you do this and why did you do it. ?

Mittwoch, 11. April 2007, 15:47

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

3 Q's Mints Outriggers Taxes

I tried reading the German forum to catch up on this subject (mints) since I need to increase my town populations. From what I gather: 1. Mints help increase the rate at which the rich come to a town. This increase is probably not worth the cost of the mint in this game. Mints do not increase the total population of the rich in a town. Having a place for the wealthy and rich to live and available jobs is most important (along with satisfaction) Would you agree? 2. Also, I know an outrigger incre...

Montag, 9. April 2007, 17:32

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

RE: Progress Report 1300 Nov 1

November 1 has arrived and old man winter is on the way. John Man of the C LeBlund continues his conquest of the Hanse. • Ships: 122, up from 95 last month, 13 of which are in the yards for repairs. Add to that another 8 keels that are being built for a total of 130. Shipyard records continue to show captured pirate hulks, cogs and crayers in for repairs, but the size of the captures is starting to increase. 61 captains are employed with 1 level 5 traders. 2 more captains will be under contract ...

Dienstag, 3. April 2007, 20:38

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

RE: Progress Report 1300 October

October 1 has arrived and a bite of coolness is in the air. The London Dispatch has written up a piece on local businessmen John Man of the C LeBlund. The article describes his thriving business: • Ships: 95, 26 of which are in the yards for repairs and add to that another 9 keels have been laid for a total of 103. Edinburgh, Gotenborg, and Bremen, London, and Reval with Gotenborg and Edinburgh producing larger ships. Shipyard records continue to show captured pirate hulks, cogs and crayers in f...

Freitag, 23. März 2007, 14:54

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

RE: Progress Report 1300

Sept 1 has arrived and John Man of the C LeBlund has been audited and the following was discovered; • Offices: All offices and administrators in every town. • Ships: 64, 20 of which are in the yards and keels have been laid for a total 7 small ships in Edinburgh, Gotenborg, and Bremen. Shipyard records also show Hulks coming in for repairs, sometimes with as little as 24% damage. 33 captains are in employ with 1 level 5 trader on the roster. Ships logs indicate 2 convoys currently on exploration...

Samstag, 17. März 2007, 03:38

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

RE: Trade office difference

Yep. Manually thru the market. Click on your ship, open the autoroute window and click the check on get the captain to buy the goods, then back to the market, open the market, click max(which will let you see the ratio of the buy and the sell, then manually sell it right then and back to the autoroute window to get them captain to buy it again. I tried it with one of yourships in your 1300 game, A33 Monstrocity in Reval(great name) and it was impressive. You also had a 5 pointer in Bruges which ...

Samstag, 17. März 2007, 02:51

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

Trade office difference

The TO difference: With the trade office active, the window changes to ship-town, ship office (etc) view when you select the market to sell the purchased goods. When you go back to the auto trade activation step to move the sequence up to the buy cycle, you have to re-open the window now, because it closed in the previous step. This adds additional clicks to your manual trade and hence slows you down on the toal amount of trade you can do in a day. BT either has a callouse on this palm, one on h...

Freitag, 16. März 2007, 06:00

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

Walls, Gameplay

Yep, walls are on the menu with approval in Gotenburg already. In London, I've been dumping a load of BFG in there, expanded the church, built the wells and roads, but not much movement on the beggars towards the businesses yet. (9 brick,2wood,1 smelter) Pop 1700's. Sept. will bring the vote for the wall expansion. "Well, with a strong showing in 1300, I'm going to back Man of the C to lead New World to victory" Thanks for the props. I read the threads to day and I felt like I would probably pul...

Donnerstag, 15. März 2007, 23:27

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

RE: Progress Report 1300

I played till 2 am one night this week. July is over and it seemed to fly by. Aug 1, my stats are: • Offices: All built, a few don't have administrators yet (lazy me) • Ships: 40, 20 captains. • Businesses: 31 mostly brickworks,sawmills • Population: 17491 • Company Value: 4,123,600, of this 283,938K is cash. Loaning continues. See my post in the beginners section if you want to be humored regarding loaning. • Social Rank: Travelling Merchant. The Rolling Stones version of the game continues, es...

Dienstag, 13. März 2007, 01:20

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

RE: Progress Report 1300

I have finally finished June, and as of July 1st: • Offices: All are approved and underway, two complete with administrators. • Ships: 28, 5 of which are crayers, 4 in the yards for repairs. 14 captains. A pirate cog has been sited and the hunt for him begins. • Businesses: 14, in varying states of construction and completion. 11 brickworks and 3 sawmills. • Population: 16637 • Company Value: 2,455,219, of this 126K is cash. Loaning has begun. • Social Rank: Merchant. Currently playing the Rolli...

Montag, 5. März 2007, 19:50

Forenbeitrag von: »Man of the C«

RE: Progress Report 1300

The new guy here, with the John Man of the C Leblund May report. . 55K cash • building permissions:7 Danz, Edin, Gote, Brug, Reval, Lado, Oslo. All will be received by June 8. t. • ships: 14 and 5 captains. Two are being improved, One did manual arbitrage duty in Danzig, one is doing it in Edin. Two are underway for the captains in Lagoda and a Bruges. • businesses: 4, 3 brickworks, 1 sawmill all built but no employees in London. • population: 15,331, most of which are unsatisfied, or worse. • c...

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