Self-killed. Failed by Kevan.
Adminned at 09 Mar 2010 04:03:39 UTC
Enact a new subrule of Rule 2.1 â€œCommonerâ€™s Economyâ€ entitled â€œFree Market Tradeâ€, which reads as follows:
As a Weekly Action a Commoner may trade with the market directly: They may decrease the amount, known as the “Offered Amount” of any Resource to any value higher or equal than zero. The difference between the previous and the current amount of this Resource is known as the â€œOffered Resourceâ€. They may now increase any other Resource (of their Resources), known as the â€œSought Resourceâ€, by a â€œFree Market Amountâ€. This â€œFree Market Amountâ€ is calculated as the total Amount of all Commoners of the â€œSought Resourceâ€, divided by the total current Amount of all Commoners of the â€œOffered Resourceâ€, multiplied by the “Offered Amount”, rounded down. If no Commoner, including the Commoner, who likes to trade, own the â€œSought Ressourceâ€ or the â€œOffered Ressourceâ€, the trade will not be possible.
For example: If a Commoner would like to trade 100 Coal, the total Amount of the Offered Ressource may be 1000 Coal then (after the Commoner has decreased his or her Coal!) and the total Amount of the Sought Resource, Iron, is calculated as 500. This Commoner would receive 50 Iron then.
repropose again: I forgot to multiply with the Offered Amount.
Â» I was thinking of reducing the â€œFree Market Amountâ€ (mabye just 4/5 or so), but I think itâ€™s enough to do not count the Traderâ€™s Amount of the â€œOffered Resourceâ€. If you want to trade a lot or if you are the only one, who owns lots of a Resource, you may not trade that easyâ€¦â€ Â«