- 1 Earning Resources
- 2 Using Resources
- 2.1 All Types
- 2.2 Economic Resources
- 2.3 Social Resources
- 2.4 Military Resources
Generally the most lucrative way to earn resources is through the task system. If you're new to tasks, checking out the Task Guide will steer you in the right direction. Each task has a category, and it will return resources of that type.
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There are certain functions that all three resource types can be used for.
Any resource can be used to lower difficulty in an investigation. Check out the Investigation Guide for more info.
Each resource type can be used to create and upgrade specific retainers. Check out the Retainer Guide for more info, and see below for what each resource type can be used for.
Resources can be invested into Actions to represent additional investment that the GMs will take into consideration when setting roll difficulties and determining outcomes.
While not fully implemented yet, resources will be the method for increasing Dominion Skills (Population, Income, Farming, Productivity, Upkeep, Loyalty, and Warfare) for the large-scale Dominion system.
Economic resources are the currency used to build rooms starting at a rate of 100 per room. Check out the official Housing and Shops Guide for a run-through.
Economic resources can also be used to buy materials at the market with the market/import command at a rate of 250 silver per resource.
Economic resources are used to create and upgrade retainers of the assistant type. More information is available at the Retainer Guide.
Starting an investigation requires 25 social resources (minus five resources for every point of the Investigation skill a character has). More info at the Investigation Guide.
Spy and Small Animal Retainers
Social resources are used to create and upgrade retainers of the spy and small animal type. More information is available at the Retainer Guide.
Champion, Animal, and Guard Retainers
Military resources are used to create and upgrade retainers of the champion, animal, and guard type. More information is available at the Retainer Guide.