The unit of money in Ennaeth is in the credit, and it is needed for so much in your daily life. You have to pay for rent, food, monorail trips, gear, clothing, and much more. So, of course, you’ll want to start saving.
The first step to becoming wealth is to open a bank account. Each city has a local bank, run by the government. It will be called “City’s Name” City Bank (for example, Summering City Bank.) To get or deposit cash, you’ll need to visit your particular bank. Once you have opened your account, you can add the credit disc to your inventory, which works like a debit card. But don’t forget that most villages won’t accept payments in runic (via credit disc), only in paper (via cash).
The money of Ennaeth is specially printed to stay stable wherever you are.
|Credit Disc||a small white ceramic disc covered in detailed multi-colored runic script|
|500 Credit Note||a faded purple sheet of paper with either the king and queen of ebb or flow|
|100 Credit Note||a faded blue sheet of paper with either the crown prince or princess of ebb or flow|
|50 Credit Note||a faded green sheet of paper with either the city of ebb or flow|
|20 Credit Note||a faded yellow sheet of paper with either the arch mage of ebb or flow|
|5 Credit Note||a faded orange sheet of paper with either a flock of birds or a school of fish|
|1 Credit Note||a faded pink sheet of paper with either a single bird or a single fish|
|1/10 Credit Note||a faded grey sheet of paper with either a sky landscape or aqua landscape|
Credit notes have images related to the kingdom they are printed in, but can be used in any country. You’ll probably want a wallet to put all of this in so it’s not drifting through your backpack. The weight is negligibly small as they are small slips of paper, around 2 x 4.5 inches.
The weight of the credit disc is 1/25 lb.
How do I get some of this sweet cash?
Selling things! You can buy and sell crafted items, materials, and other such things. A higher Economics skill means you can get more for your goods. If you’re a student or have a job, you might also get a salary or stipend.
Determining True Value
The value cost in the tables that contain list and items are calculated as follows:
Total Cost = Cost of Materials + (Difficulty Value x Hours Required)
Difficulty Value is as follows:
- Value 1 = (Difficulty 1-5)
- Value 2 = (Difficulty 6-10)
- Value 3 = (Difficulty 11-15)
- Value 4 = (Difficulty 16-20)
- Value 5 = (Difficulty 21-25)
- Value 6 = (Difficulty 26-30)
- Value 7 = (Difficulty 31-35)
- Value 8 = (Difficulty 36-40)
Non-Magical Items are ONLY available in the local aspect.