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Loans????? WTF (Little Upsilon)

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Michael Morrison (White Giant)

Sunday, August 3, 2008 - 09:46 pm Click here to edit this post
lol stfu treas.

You don't HAVE to start over. I didn't start over. I just started a new country in a different world, but the country I started with on WG is still my main country I play. I'm hoping to start raking in gold coins form both countries (their both empires now) once I being leveling up.

Actually, here the plan I came up with for my corporations:

I closed all the corps that had nothing to do with the chain of supplies that I needed most, and opened new corps that were appropriate for what was being consumed the most. Canceled international contracts in favor of local, and common market contracts to raise my score.

Your corps need contracts for their supplies. If they don;t have them, what happens is they order supplies on the world market. Those world market orders are killer, because your corps order supplies in bulk, enough for like several months worth, ans just keep them in stock. Whereas if you were to contract your corps for supplies, your costs will be a lot more steady.

Otherwise, one month your costs may be low or non-existant, and you'll have this huge cash sruplus, and you'll think "hhmm, I can buy more military weapons, or schools, or hospitals" The next month, your corps go on a massive ordering binge on the world market, and whatever cash reserves you had, or thought you had, plummets while your sleeping. You get up in the morning, and you'll be like WTF?? SOMEONE STOLE MY MONEY!! I was the same way my first week of playing this game,m which was like 3 weeks ago lol.

OH! and don't listen to the treasurer.... worry bout your ownself, lol. Loans are simply bad in the long run. I pay mine off ASAP.

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