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The Price of Bread Part 1


In this document, we go into the basics of economics, especially what society formed around. We talk about the basics of bread, meat, and cheese. In later supplements, we will discuss details such as more advanced goods, transporting these goods, and bringing it all together with a functioning economy and something to protect it.

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Kortez L July 25, 2017 1:26 pm UTC
Hello! There was a small issue with the way the table at the bottom transferred, and I guess the best way the software decided to handle it was not at all! It's on there now, thank you Pekka and Walter for bringing this to my attention.
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Pekka R July 25, 2017 7:49 am UTC
A great and interesting analysis of the work that goes to farming, and the yields it provides! Great content for half a dollar!

However as the previous poster said, the "review" chapter seems to be left blank. Also a chart to present the information in a more graphic manner would be highly appreciated!
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Walter P July 25, 2017 6:00 am UTC
9/10 Would recommend!

I appreciate the extensive work that you've done here. I think there was a mistake in that the 2 pages after the "Review" label are completely blank? I was hoping that there would be a chart of sorts to organize these products in an easy to utilize format, especially given that you intend to add to your research.

Regardless of my opinions on how this could be improved, this is an amazing piece of D&D product that should be purchased right away by anyone who wants to make a world with a realistic economy. Simply considering the extent of what happens in a typical d&d world before that cheesburger makes it to the tavern will make you a more formidable world builder. Thank you!
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