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Berdiaux

Private
Does anyone know SC chances and types of special goods production in the eras after AF
 
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Emberguard

Legend
What is a good goods stock of your age and the previous age?
Depends on the age and what your intentions are. Once you age up are you looking to keep producing or are you planning to stop production entirely of those ages?

If you are going to continue production then you can get away with a couple hundred of each good for negotiating. If you are going to cut off all production entirely then you want enough to get through the entire techtree + negotiating. In which case it depends on the age and how long you're going to camp in the following age(s). Early game you only need a few hundred of each good per age. End game ages you'd need 10's of thousands of each good per age
 

punita

Corporal
Depends on the age and what your intentions are. Once you age up are you looking to keep producing or are you planning to stop production entirely of those ages?

If you are going to continue production then you can get away with a couple hundred of each good for negotiating. If you are going to cut off all production entirely then you want enough to get through the entire techtree + negotiating. In which case it depends on the age. Early game you only need a few hundred of each good per age. End game ages you'd need 10's of thousands of each good per age
im in hma and i have 2000 each hma and 500 each ema ,is it fine?
 

Emberguard

Legend
Guys I'm in OF I know it produces special goods, but what is a chance % of each good collection
There's no official info on this. The assumption is it'd be evenly split between current age special goods and each age below that. But it'd be impossible to get a big enough sample size to actually test this. The only guarantee is if you're OF then it'll be between OF and AF special goods
 

Tut60

Private
Depends on the age and what your intentions are. Once you age up are you looking to keep producing or are you planning to stop production entirely of those ages?

If you are going to continue production then you can get away with a couple hundred of each good for negotiating. If you are going to cut off all production entirely then you want enough to get through the entire techtree + negotiating. In which case it depends on the age and how long you're going to camp in the following age(s). Early game you only need a few hundred of each good per age. End game ages you'd need 10's of thousands of each good per age
I am very new and in LMA, why do you advice having so much of previous era goods since you can also trad with the new ones ?
 

Emberguard

Legend
What those two said. If you don’t stock anything on previous age goods and are relying solely on trading current age for previous stock then you’ll have a much harder time keeping up.

If you look at the technology tree you’ll need current age and 3 ages below. But you’ll need the previous ages in higher quantities than you’ll need your current age stock. However you’ll find it far easier to get your current age goods while in that age then if you wait until later to obtain those goods because most of your rewards will be current age

And yes trading is a option, but the marketplace isn’t necessarily as active now as it once was due to event buildings being much more productive then they used to be in goods production.