Kingmaker Trade Agreements
They are supported by the lord of the sword and make a trade deal with their enemies, with a war looming on the horizon? Maybe if you took the guy proposed by surtova as a consultant. And then it should be reduced when you change pages (I don`t know if this option exists). Another thing that is ridiculously unbalanced is the various draft trade agreements. Things like “trade deal with Pitax” which costs 500 BP for +4 BP/week. This means that it takes 125 weeks to get the cost at all when the deal comes back! That`s about 2.5 years in a game that lasts about 4 years, I think! They`re also never able to get all those trade deals on day 1 of your kingdom, so the time they have to generate some BP for you is often just enough to break even. It is incomprehensible to me that the person who sets these costs could not do the simple calculation of seeing that these trade agreements are so completely useless. @Rhaeg In my opinion, some of the trade agreements are not intended to be concluded unless you want to follow certain paths in the game. They maintain their power and security through anonymity that no gray gardener has ever exposed. The Grey Gardeners have their headquarters in the city of Litran and not in the capital Isarn, where the Revolutionary Council meets. I thought the PCs would want to trade with Varnhold – since they have already formed a friendly alliance with the nation – and try to bring the kingdoms closer together by bringing Maegar`s daughter (an NPC supplement I made to the game) to the PCS Baron.
BMI, Varnhold developed a few mines, and my PC kingdom was very agricultural (they exploited all the hexagon they could), so the trade deal with Varnhold was for Varnhold metals for chymatous grain (their kingdom). Edit: They also had a kind of mutual agreement on border defense, where they agreed to protect each other`s borders from difficulties. Discover new ways to expand your international presence. Canada`s extensive (and growing) trade network provides Canadian businesses with preferential access to a variety of markets around the world. On this page, you can explore Canada`s Free Trade Agreement (FTA), Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements (FIPA), Plurilateral Agreements and World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreements. Note: The contract texts on this page are for informational purposes only; official treaty texts are published in canada`s Treaty Series. Learn about Canada`s trade and investment agreements: types of agreements and how trade and investment agreements evolve in stages. Already in the second act, it becomes clear that Pitax is your opponent.
To think that they will offer a fair trade agreement is very optimistic. Sorry, that doesn`t make any sense. The developers deliberately made all the trade deals too expensive to be profitable because you shouldn`t take them for historical reasons? Take care of the crazy clergy of Nethys in the Tower of Candlemere during the 2nd quest: The Curse of Candlemere. As part of an alliance that personal computers have formed with the dwarf leader and his clan, there are obvious business things and other things that benefit each kingdom, so I felt that a permanent bonus for the PC area was acceptable. One way or another like Nixie offers. So what I had found came with the idea of a bonus of “2” on one of the statistical areas (their choice) and a bonus for the dwarves a “2” on one of their three statistics. So the PCs took a bonus of 2 to ECON and the dwarves took a “2” to THE STABILITY. Everything was in flight. The fun part is then, imagine what form of trading explains in the bonuses (if this part is important to you). I like your idea of an exotic dealer.
Maybe I have to steal something. I try to use offers and negotiation agreements to find certain situations of dignitaries and foreign organizations that come to the PCs. I want to produce them in different ways, from trade agreements and military pacts with other nations to situations that pose a dilemma, such as a political figure from another nation persecuted by its asylum-seeking enemies, or various ecclesiastical organizations offering “gifts” to the kingdom in exchange for their growing influence in their kingdom. whether it is a neutral or evil deity. Defeat Vordakai at Vordakai`s grave in Act 4 with Tristain in your group. Economy Rank 7 Event, agree to trade with Daggermark. I always thought this was a common problem with D&D/Pathfinder. Divine +2; This is a prerequisite for upgrading the area: the holy site of Erastil. Having 3 villages and 6 buildings in the capital (walls, lighthouses and piers don`t count) Also in the next patch 1.1 there will be many improvements to the way Kingdom Management works – these include mechanical changes, better notifications and small improvements in quality of life. (By the way, I wish you could see the size of the patch notes we compile for 1.1 – the document is about as long as all the previous patch notes combined…) Act 2, that Brevoy Oleg taxes and esteems the Aldoris. .