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    Daniel McSorley
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    GB problem

    From: Nigel Sellman

    >I am relativly new to game and I am having a problem with GB - I dont have
    enough of them. Does anyone have any ideas about the best way to aquite
    them quickly. I have a small 2 porvince domain a level 5 and a level 2 and
    I am a Wizard regent.
    <
    Heh, trust me, this is not a problem due to inexperience. I've been
    experiencing this same bug since the game came out. I believe a patch is
    going to be available with D&D 3.0, entitled "BR for munchkins" ;)
    Ok, quick and dirty.
    Adventure: costs nothing (usually, unless your GM is cruel), potential for
    large rewards, plus you might get magical goodies. Take some thugs with you
    to stand in front of you and block those nasty swords and things.
    Trade: either start a guild, or tax the ones in your country. Trade routes
    can also alleviate this problem
    Magic: Sell spells to friendly countries. And research Alchemy, it might
    come in handy.
    Wizards never seem to have enough cash. You're actually lucky you have
    provinces: a non-landed wizard can end up completely broke rather rapidly.
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    GB problem

    Memnoch wrote:

    > Well, Dan pretty much covered everything. Although, being a landed regent,
    > you undoubtedly have some law holdings to control the loyalty of your
    > provinces. Those same law holdings can "tax" the temple and guild holdings
    > within your provinces and you can gain some extra gold bars from that.
    >
    > Memnoch
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    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: owner-birthright@lists.imagiconline.com
    > [mailto:owner-birthright@lists.imagiconline.com]On Behalf Of Daniel
    > McSorley
    > Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 1999 10:34 AM
    > To: birthright@lists.imagiconline.com
    > Subject: [BIRTHRIGHT] - Re: GB problem
    >
    > From: Nigel Sellman
    >
    > >I am relativly new to game and I am having a problem with GB - I dont have
    > enough of them. Does anyone have any ideas about the best way to aquite
    > them quickly. I have a small 2 porvince domain a level 5 and a level 2 and
    > I am a Wizard regent.
    > <
    > Heh, trust me, this is not a problem due to inexperience. I've been
    > experiencing this same bug since the game came out. I believe a patch is
    > going to be available with D&D 3.0, entitled "BR for munchkins" ;)
    > Ok, quick and dirty.
    > Adventure: costs nothing (usually, unless your GM is cruel), potential for
    > large rewards, plus you might get magical goodies. Take some thugs with you
    > to stand in front of you and block those nasty swords and things.
    > Trade: either start a guild, or tax the ones in your country. Trade routes
    > can also alleviate this problem
    > Magic: Sell spells to friendly countries. And research Alchemy, it might
    > come in handy.
    > Wizards never seem to have enough cash. You're actually lucky you have
    > provinces: a non-landed wizard can end up completely broke rather rapidly.
    > --
    > Daniel McSorley- mcsorley.1@osu.edu
    >

    And as Dan mentioned the ability to sell your spell powers can possibly net you
    large amounts of Gold (well relatively speaking :) especially when you've
    reached 5th level and the Warding spell....If you are of extremely high level
    (12 and up) you can definately use your spellcasting powers to strike a
    favorable deal, especially with a powerful guilder that could give you a new
    steady stream of GB. "What do you say to I protect you and your holdings with my
    spells and you provide me with a modest payment every three months...Like 5 GB ?
    What do you say? "
    :)

    Sindre
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    Daniel McSorley
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    GB problem

    From: Memnoch
    >Well, Dan pretty much covered everything. Although, being a landed regent,
    >you undoubtedly have some law holdings to control the loyalty of your
    >provinces. Those same law holdings can "tax" the temple and guild holdings
    >within your provinces and you can gain some extra gold bars from that.
    Um, yeah, right, I meant to add that, heh. Excellent point.
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