• e-sim - Only hipsters still play eRepublik!
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It seems LTL is getting stronger against the gold, so if someone buy buttloads of gold today and waits for a week or so and then makes that gold back into LTL they will make buttloads of profit, pr optional to the size of the butt [editline]13th April 2012[/editline] you know what would be cool in e-sim? the space race
should i leave my current job with gives me 11 korean won to join the fp one or stay with this one and earn lots of money?
[QUOTE=Scientist2;35546213]Anoying Portuguese guy is immediatly reacting to my higher than usual checks and is raising his. (Hey.. It's good for the economy though! :dance:)[/QUOTE] I'm refreshing the Korean Jobs market page to view the wage changes in realtime. This is fucking comical watching him squirm.
So I now have 7 gold, what should I do with it?
[QUOTE=moffe;35546289]should i leave my current job with gives me 10 korean won to join the fp one or stay with this one and earn lots of money?[/QUOTE] Join the FP one. You might miss a day of xp depending on how things play out but soon we should have a system where you can buy food very cheaply in a Korean market or it gets hand delivered to you.
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I'm in SK, should I join a party or something? I'm not exactly sure what to do right now, I'm level 4. Send me some invites, Dexanemus. And what do I do after my daily food limit has reached? My salary is only 6.01 KRW and I spent that food, which I ate. so I've got none left, do I just fight and wait for the next ingame day? Also, how long does each in game day take?
[QUOTE=Fables;35546300]So I now have 7 gold, what should I do with it?[/QUOTE] Wait until the other people catch up to level 7. We need to know if the extra gold will be necessary to make more companies. On that note I think it will be alright if we plant our Diamond company in Jeolla, despite the Indonesian occupiers. Since there is a "rightful owner" mechanic the company should still be labeled as Korean. Could be wrong about that though :\ [editline]12th April 2012[/editline] Apparently the Portuguese guy has been playing since [B]Day 2[/B]. I'm sure his monopoly getting busted by a rabid entrepreneurial newbie really rustled his jimmies.
if a region falls do the companies in it survive?
Sent the 7 golds scientist's way
How did Carnage222 and Mr Anderson join the company in SK when they're both under the minimum skill requirement and how can I do that?
[QUOTE=monkey11;35546000]Also people, vote on stuff once you hit 7. You get XP for voting.[/QUOTE] How do you vote?
As far as the company strategy goes, I think we should go for food and grain first before we go for weapons. One reason is that when it comes down to it you can fight without weapons, but you can't fight without health. So as far as total damage capacity health is our main goal and weapons secondary. Also I would support producing our food and giving to ourselves/working for slave labour wages. We can dump the rest onto the market for cheap because this does a few things. A) brings down the prices because of introduced competition making food cheaper for everyone B) bring us some additional profit. If we can lower the minimum wage that may help bring down prices/curtail inflation bringing us closer to a solid KRW:Gold rate
[img]http://img194.imageshack.us/img194/6649/hailf.png?http://imageshack.us/[/img] All hail this man! Without anyones request he has stengthened our cause with a big donation!
Scientist2, in the company interface, is there a way to select which currency is used by the company?
[QUOTE=Pilotguy97;35546446]How did Carnage222 and Mr Anderson join the company in SK when they're both under the minimum skill requirement and how can I do that?[/QUOTE] He had only one slot for a economy skill 2 character. So I took it
[QUOTE=Scientist2;35546464][img]http://img194.imageshack.us/img194/6649/hailf.png?http://imageshack.us/[/img] All hail this man! Without anyones request he has stengthened our cause with a big donation![/QUOTE] It's me. a fellow fper
[QUOTE=luverofJ!93;35546461]As far as the company strategy goes, I think we should go for food and grain first before we go for weapons. One reason is that when it comes down to it you can fight without weapons, but you can't fight without health. So as far as total damage capacity health is our main goal and weapons secondary. Also I would support producing our food and giving to ourselves/working for slave labour wages. We can dump the rest onto the market for cheap because this does a few things. A) brings down the prices because of introduced competition making food cheaper for everyone B) bring us some additional profit. If we can lower the minimum wage that may help bring down prices/curtail inflation bringing us closer to a solid KRW:Gold rate[/QUOTE] Oh shit. That's right. There's a minimum wage... Well if it matters that much the SK FP workers can just send back half (or some other portion) of what they make.
Guys. Because of Mechanicals donation we now also have a bread factory! It's name is glorious breads and it's located in the same area!
[QUOTE=Mechanical43;35546515]It's me. a fellow fper[/QUOTE] Why have you not posted yet? You are DEFINITELY going on the list. Lurkers! Resist your natural urges and show yourselves! [editline]12th April 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=Scientist2;35546556]Guys. Because of Mechanicals donation we now also have a bread factory! It's name is glorious breads and it's located in the same area![/QUOTE] [IMG]http://pandyland.net/comics/random/C/5.png[/IMG]
[QUOTE=Eltro102;35546397]if a region falls do the companies in it survive?[/QUOTE] Yes
I noticed one of our big boys tried to work for my food company but it didn't have enough grain yet. Sorry about that. I will limit the jobs in the food company for now.
[QUOTE=Carnage2323;35546504]He had only one slot for a economy skill 2 character. So I took it[/QUOTE] Then in that case, Scientist, hold a level 2 slot open for me please. I begrudgingly reapplied for some other company after failing to join glorious grains and still have to wait the six hours off. [QUOTE=Scientist2;35546662]I will.[/QUOTE] Thank you good sir.
[QUOTE=Scientist2;35546633]I noticed one of our big boys tried to work for my food company but it didn't have enough grain yet. Sorry about that. I will limit the jobs in the food company for now.[/QUOTE] Try and have more workers in the grain company than the food company, and possibly buy a large sum of grain off of the market as a backup supply.
[QUOTE=Pilotguy97;35546639]Then in that case, Scientist, hold a level 2 slot open for me please. I begrudgingly reapplied for some other company after failing to join glorious grains and still have to wait the six hours off.[/QUOTE] I will. [editline]12th April 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=monkey11;35546659]Try and have more workers in the grain company than the food company, and possibly buy a large sum of grain off of the market as a backup supply.[/QUOTE] Korea has none :v: [editline]12th April 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=Pilotguy97;35546639]Then in that case, Scientist, hold a level 2 slot open for me please. I begrudgingly reapplied for some other company after failing to join glorious grains and still have to wait the six hours off.[/QUOTE] I have to go to bed now though. School tomorrow.. I will be able to open the slot for you in about 16 hours. [editline]12th April 2012[/editline] There are still quite a lot of job offers open for the grain company. I have a buffer of 100 Korean currency so feel free to work!
Just an idea for the future when we have a larger gold pool: I mentioned it in one of my earlier posts. We could have a person in foreign countries using our gold for investment purposes. What I mean is what is roughly equivalent to a "stock market" i.e. the company market. What you do is buy the least expensive companies in a pool of companies for sale. Then you turn around and sell them for slightly higher prices. Such as buy company for 14.5 gold and sell it for 15. In the end it's only .5 gold, BUT, if you are doing this with say, 15 companies that is 7.5g. It works slowly, but is a solid way to slowly accrue extra gold with money that would have otherwise been sitting around doing nothing. What it takes is a sizable pool of gold a) to buy as many initial companies and b) buy up any company that happens to try to undercut your prices the only risk are people undercutting you and just taking too long to sell a company and having gold tied up in that investment, but in erep i found that neither was too much of a concern.
[QUOTE=luverofJ!93;35546736]Just an idea for the future when we have a larger gold pool: I mentioned it in one of my earlier posts. We could have a person in foreign countries using our gold for investment purposes. What I mean is what is roughly equivalent to a "stock market" i.e. the company market. What you do is buy the least expensive companies in a pool of companies for sale. Then you turn around and sell them for slightly higher prices. Such as buy company for 14.5 gold and sell it for 15. In the end it's only .5 gold, BUT, if you are doing this with say, 15 companies that is 7.5g. It works slowly, but is a solid way to slowly accrue extra gold with money that would have otherwise been sitting around doing nothing. What it takes is a sizable pool of gold a) to buy as many initial companies and b) buy up any company that happens to try to undercut your prices the only risk are people undercutting you and just taking too long to sell a company and having gold tied up in that investment, but in erep i found that neither was too much of a concern.[/QUOTE] When we have a good amount of money we can consider doing that. To the people who work in my company and gained skill: your pay obviously rises with your level!
[QUOTE=luverofJ!93;35546736]Just an idea for the future when we have a larger gold pool: I mentioned it in one of my earlier posts. We could have a person in foreign countries using our gold for investment purposes. What I mean is what is roughly equivalent to a "stock market" i.e. the company market. What you do is buy the least expensive companies in a pool of companies for sale. Then you turn around and sell them for slightly higher prices. Such as buy company for 14.5 gold and sell it for 15. In the end it's only .5 gold, BUT, if you are doing this with say, 15 companies that is 7.5g. It works slowly, but is a solid way to slowly accrue extra gold with money that would have otherwise been sitting around doing nothing. What it takes is a sizable pool of gold a) to buy as many initial companies and b) buy up any company that happens to try to undercut your prices the only risk are people undercutting you and just taking too long to sell a company and having gold tied up in that investment, but in erep i found that neither was too much of a concern.[/QUOTE] Which reminds me, do you remember when there was a full stock market in eRepublik? Craaaaazy
well time to give up my 11 KRW a day job for slave wages oh and 88 exp till level 7 can you add me to the list, my name is the same as my facepunch one
what makes a company worth more than other companies?
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