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==Definition==
 
==Definition==
A mine represents a worked holding. It could be a small but profitable shaft mine, a series of underground tunnels but it could be something as small as a panning operation.
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A mine represents a worked holding. It could be a small but profitable shaft mine, a series of underground tunnels, or it could be something as small as a panning operation.
  
 
==Production==
 
==Production==
Upon taking a mine, you must choose one of Green Iron, Tempest Jade, Weltsilver or Orichalcum. A mine produces 10 Ingots of the chosen material.  
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Upon taking a mine, you must choose one of [[Materials#Green_Iron|green iron]], [[Materials#Tempest_Jade|tempest jade]], [[Materials#Weltsilver|weltsilver]] or [[Materials#Orichalcum|orichalcum]]. A mine produces 12 ingots of the chosen material.
  
 
==Downtime Options==
 
==Downtime Options==
 
 
It is possible to obtain additional materials from a mine during any given season. You may spend 6 crowns to have the mine produce an additional 5 ingots of the same material as it would naturally produce.
 
It is possible to obtain additional materials from a mine during any given season. You may spend 6 crowns to have the mine produce an additional 5 ingots of the same material as it would naturally produce.
  
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A mine can be upgraded using mithril obtained from the Bourse. Each time a mine is upgraded, the owner receives an additional 2 ingots from then on.
 
A mine can be upgraded using mithril obtained from the Bourse. Each time a mine is upgraded, the owner receives an additional 2 ingots from then on.
  
To upgrade a mine requires Imperial Wains of mithril equal to the level the mine is being upgraded to. So the first upgrade of a starting level 1 mine costs 2 Imperial Wains of mithril, from 2 to 3 costs 3 Imperial Wains, etc.
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To upgrade a mine requires Imperial wains of mithril equal to the level the mine is being upgraded to. So the first upgrade of a starting level 1 mine costs 2 Imperial wains of mithril, from 2 to 3 costs 3 Imperial wains, etc.
  
 
==Diversification==
 
==Diversification==
A mine can be diversified to sacrifice production of one material for another. To diversify a mine requires one Imperial Wain of white granite and one Imperial Wain of weirwood. Each time a mine diversifies, the owner chooses a different resource from the list for mines; the mine produces 2 ingots of the new material at the expense of 2 less of the original material.  
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A mine can be diversified to sacrifice production of one material for another. To diversify a mine costs one throne. Each time a mine diversifies, the owner chooses a different resource from the list for mines; the mine produces 2 ingots of the new material at the expense of 2 less of the original material.  
  
 
[[Category:Rules]]
 
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[[Category:Resources]]
 
[[Category:Resources]]

Latest revision as of 10:18, 20 June 2022

Definition

A mine represents a worked holding. It could be a small but profitable shaft mine, a series of underground tunnels, or it could be something as small as a panning operation.

Production

Upon taking a mine, you must choose one of green iron, tempest jade, weltsilver or orichalcum. A mine produces 12 ingots of the chosen material.

Downtime Options

It is possible to obtain additional materials from a mine during any given season. You may spend 6 crowns to have the mine produce an additional 5 ingots of the same material as it would naturally produce.

Upgrades

A mine can be upgraded using mithril obtained from the Bourse. Each time a mine is upgraded, the owner receives an additional 2 ingots from then on.

To upgrade a mine requires Imperial wains of mithril equal to the level the mine is being upgraded to. So the first upgrade of a starting level 1 mine costs 2 Imperial wains of mithril, from 2 to 3 costs 3 Imperial wains, etc.

Diversification

A mine can be diversified to sacrifice production of one material for another. To diversify a mine costs one throne. Each time a mine diversifies, the owner chooses a different resource from the list for mines; the mine produces 2 ingots of the new material at the expense of 2 less of the original material.