I looked around and don't see anyone commenting on this, and it's always bugged me a little. You can import 12 gold on Lugdunum, but sell a total of 80 jewelry. It seems like an error, since another resource has a limit of 12 on that trading post. And it's a raw material, and a low outlier of raw material limits on any map. Was it supposed to be 120?
This doesn't really change anything and it's not like I'm waiting on a patch decades later, but I felt like it should be said.
posted 08-01-21 21:39
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An oversight be the scenario designer?
Or perhaps the designer allowed more gold to be imported originally, but felt that it made the scenario too easy and so reduced it to 12?
I'll admit that it's been a few years since I looked at this scenario, so I'm only guessing.
posted 08-04-21 15:58
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PB, You could try to edit that scenario to increase the limit. If you do, make a copy of it, as is, first.
posted 12-19-21 06:44
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Feasibly, you need to be aware that there are, obviously, other trading cities, ones whose import limits are set higher than you can produce a finished item; in your case, jewellery.