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    Severe Taxation Side Effect -- The Tax Collections on the province effect the collection of income by Guilds and Temples. When a regent taxes the province with Severe Taxes, all Guilds and Temples suffer a -1 GB to their collections in that province. This reflects the reduction in available 'disposable' income that citizens have after taxes. When the regent taxes the people heavily they have less money to spend on merchant goods and less to give to charities or places of worship. This rule will encourage friction between holding regents and strict provincial regents who enforce severe taxation...


    What do you think about this optional rule?
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    Sounds like a good idea.......
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    Very neat. I use a similar rule myself.
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    makes perfect sense
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    I like the idea. Have you game-tested it yet?
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    Orginally posted by Lord Eldred
    I like the idea. Have you game-tested it yet?
    Details, details... ;)
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    Yep, I want the details, details... :)
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    I like this rule. It makes sense. I think I will add it in to my game.

    Thanks!
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    Let us know how it works out.
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    It makes sence, though the money the guilds or temples loose should no way be more than the GBs the regent is gaining. e.g. in order to win 2GBs with heavy taxation more than the GBs earned with moderate you need a province 9 or more ;). But if the money the guilds and temples are loosing go directly to the regent's treasury, it would be perfect(but for this reason are the law claims :).
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