supply production from buildings have decreased!

geronimo55

Private
Hey folks,has anybody noticed that production from supply buildings for resources you don't control,has been cut by half for all time frames?Example where you could produce 2 items per hour now only one can be made.Similarly for the other 5 time frames.Anybody else experiencing this?:confused:
 

mink

Monarch
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Buildings you don't have the boosted resource for have always spit out 1 unit in four hours and 2 in eight hours. When you own the boosted resource they produce 5 units in four hours and 10 in eight hours.
 

geronimo55

Private
For some reason I was making 2 in four hours and 4 in 8 hrs for the non boosted resources and without any motivation.I noticed the decrease only four days ago just before I leveled-up to the early middle ages.Anyway I guess it must have been a glitch .Thanks mink:cool:
 
I missed out on that glitch :(. Can I ask a silly question. Just about to move up to Iron Age - do I need to keep the Bronze Age production buildings or do I replace them with the new ones. Cheers
 

ByeOrDie

Emperor
Just about to move up to Iron Age - do I need to keep the Bronze Age production buildings or do I replace them with the new ones. Cheers
Matters on what you mean by production buildings. If you mean buildings that produces coins or supplies (even military buildings fall under this category), you do not need to replace them unless you want to, but note the higher the age, the better the building.
Goods buildings however are different since you need goods from multiple ages in order to unlock techs in the research tree, so you will most likely end up having both Bronze and Iron Age buildings there.
 

sandman900

Corporal
hopefully your in a large enough guild who has other members making the lower goods so you can upgrade, saves on space so you can use your population for other things like barracks.

also even tho the next age is slightly more expensive to produce the goods, its common practice if you trade down to lower goods you get double in return.
e.g 50 iron : 100 stone.