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I used up the elemental plane of potatoes to make potato chips. Help me reseed a new one.” He can be as silly or as serious as we want while he pops around in time and space finding gig workers adventurers to run errands for him. I’m going to steal it for something one of the Nice Just An Ordinary Demi Dad Shirt. I’m an econ major and my friends are all quite used to me bringing economic analysis into our random conversations. Have you ever tried to use taxes or other similar monetary policies in your games? I tried taxes but it ended up with the players getting angry and killing some people. Surprisingly, it’s never come up. Something else to add to my toolkit though. Especially if my players ever manages to get to the later levels.
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Not until you mentioned it, but I did take a look. The system is interesting for sure, and I will probably steal the market level/good availability idea for my dnd campaigns. However, I don’t think it would really fit with my party. My friends are definite beer a Nice Just An Ordinary Demi Dad Shirt. ACKS is the kind of system I would love to run a PC in, but I doubt any of my friends would. The economics are definitely more realistic, although I’m not sure if that necessarily translates to more fun. Tabletop roleplaying games could also simulate physics more realistically.