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And so the convergence of the warrior party-to-be continues apace.
This sort of thing has got to happen eventually anyhow.
The economy was doing great until the kobold population spiked…
You didn’t think the vendor trash economy could hold in this economy did you!? DID YOU!?
And THAT is why you have to left something back at the dungeon, kids. Looting is okay, stealing the stone from the walls and wood from the ceillings? It’s a bit too far. (happened once while I was DMing)
Dude. 2 words: Cave. In. The stone and wood is there for a reason!
Ooo, I like how it’s all linking together.
He should hold onto them until the price goes up. Sooner or later he’ll have killed enough kobolds to make their hides rare and exotic goods. It’s like investing in precious metals, only with more blood and less mining.
Without the proper treatment all of those kobolds would just rot.
Letting them rot is a good idea, economically.
Decreasing the supply, and increasing the demand, therefore increasing the value.
Yeah, but then he’d get no money right now. Now he knows to not weigh himself down with worthless Kobold Hides.
he should have sold them tp the Dwarf Fortress Dwarves, I’m sure that they are tired of working with all those dead kittens…. (those not familiar with the comment be thankful)
My first thought as well, except for I’m thankful I’m familiar with it. :D
yes, I’m quite familiar with it too, but never used kittens as a food/craft source…
In the true spirit of wild guessing, I reckon that THIS pile of corpses belongs to Frigg. =D
Supply and demand strikes again
Market-saturation’s a bitch
That is twice as hilarious considering the Gravatar. Well played, Friend Computer.
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