Kingdom ManagementEdit This Entity
- 1.0 - Introduction
- 2.0 - The Tasks
- 3.0 - Approval Rating
- 4.0 - Finances and Tasks
- 5.0 - Coffer Costs Per Item
- 6.0 - Related Guides and Tips
Upon completion of the Throne Of Miscellania quest, the king hands down the Kingdom of Miscellania to you, making you the ruler. The Kingdom is now yours and the people are your loyal subjects. Being the King or Queen, you are able to pay your subjects to gather a variety of resources, and as long as your workers are happy with you as a ruler, and are paid well, they will diligently work for you.
Once you have completed the Royal Trouble quest, your works will gather even more resources for you, such as farming seeds and rare wood.
The following are the various tasks that your workers can do for you:
- Mining: Your subjects will mine coal by the seaside mine
- Fishing: Your subjects will fish and cook tuna and swordfish at the port
- Woodcutting: Your subjects will cut maple logs in the forest
- Farming: Your subjects will gather herbs from the garden
Once you complete the Royal Trouble Quest, your subjects will also do these tasks:
- Rare Woodcutting: Your subjects will cut teak and mahogany logs
- Farming: Your subjects will gather seeds
Before you start to gather resources you will need your subjects to be loyal to you and to approve of you, they will work much harder for a ruler they like. You can gain their loyalty by performing tasks with them such as:
- Weeding herbs from the garden with the gardener: Requires a rake
- Mining with the miner: Requires a pickaxe
- Cutting maple trees with the woodcutter: Requires a hatchet
- Fishing with the fisher: requires a harpoon or lobster cage or barbarian fishing skills
Once you complete the Royal Trouble Quest, you can also perform these tasks:
- Weeding, watering, and composting the patches with the farmer: Requires a rake, watering can, or bucket of compost. There is a farming leprechaun and bank close.
- Cutting teak or mahogany trees with the carpenter: Requires a hatchet
Doing all these things will increase your popularity rating with your people, if you are unsure about your rating you can speak to Advisor Ghrim in the castle and ask him what your approval rating is. Your rating will go up if you do the same thing over and over, it makes no difference what you do. Once you are at a 100% popularity rating, your subjects will tell you that you have helped enough.
To check your approval rating, talk to Advisor Grim or any one of the people you work for.
Unfortunately your subjects do not gather resources for free, they are rewarded for what they gather from the royal coffers (or in other words, your money!). If you have no money left in the coffers your subjects will not gather any resources for you. Every day your subjects are gathering resources, one tenth of the royal coffers are given to your subjects. The amount you can spend per day is 50,000GP to 75,000GP maximum. Your coffers can hold 5,000,000gp or 7,500,000gp upon completion of Royal Trouble!
Talk to Advisor Grim to pull up the above interface. It is usually unadvisable to focus all of your effort on one particular area: most Players choose to spread out the resources. If you have enough effort to fully fill one area and some more on another, then that would be the exception to this rule. In order to spread out the effort, use the sliders to increase or decrease the amount of effort for a particular resource; when doing so, all of the other resource areas will be lowered to account for the increased effort in one area.
Once you complete the Royal Trouble Quest, the amount you can spend per day is still one tenth of the total amount in the coffers, but the maximum increases to 75,000gp. Likewise, the coffers will be able to hold 7,500,000gp! Additionally, you will have two new options of resources. These are farming seeds and rare wood. On the rare wood, you can select which type you want gathered (teak or mahogany); you can even select to gather both. You still make the other selections as before. The new interface is shown below.
|Category||Type and Cost from Coffer||Extra Notes|
|Ores||Coal - 91.6||You get 1 gem per 150 coal|
|Fish||Tuna - 56.3
Swordfish - 189.4
|You get 1 casket per 50 fish|
Clue Scroll (level-1)
|Wood||Maple log - 56.1
Rare Woods: Teak - 166.1, Mahogany - 224.6, Both at the same time - 191.3
|You get 1 nest per 100 logs|
You get 1 nest per 350 rare logs
|Herbs||Herb - 826.4
Flax - 40
|You get 1 herb seed per 100 Herbs or 600 Flax|
Herbs usually above Tarromin
- Effective Kingdom Management by Zaoir
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