The merchants` skill tree also has advantages that say it will show your average price, and profit and loss. I haven`t yet found where these are actually posted if anyone knows and could comment below, that would be amazing. It seems that if you are above the price, it will tell you the average, but the loss and loss. The villages attached to the castles will send their peasants to the town closest to their own faction and provide the town with its raw materials. In the event that a castle is removed from the rest of the faction (such as Vaegirs, which takes a Rhodok castle), this may lead to a long and vulnerable trade route for peasants, but can sometimes allow cities to access goods they would not normally have, and perhaps disrupt the normal urban supply of certain goods when they depend on a castle village whose castle has been occupied by a hostile faction. The whole “supply and demand” model is based on a “market supply change,” a figure that multiplies the value of a certain type of property. This is ultimately only a simple figure for each type of trade good for each town and village in the game, which tries to abstract the complex concept of supply and demand, without following how much of each village has of what goods. While items on the market are the “supply” of a particular market, the presence or absence of these items ultimately does not matter for the price of goods or productivity in a city or village, but only the multiplier of the market offer does so. This is probably a delivery that is just not for sale, but the mechanics of the system are sometimes out. Even if it is only a simple value, the number of these simple values and the way they interact with each other ultimately creates a complex and difficult market to predict. Commercial rumors are also incredibly valuable and you should always look at the prices that appear among the property.
These rumors give you a better idea of average prices and where you can buy low and sell high. They are ideal for capitalizing wars and other events that create huge demand and prices that explode just outside your normal trade route, allowing you to adapt and make the biggest profit. You reap these rumors from the cities as you visit them, as well as from your caravans or workshops depending on the commercial advantage. Another journey between East Aserai, the Khanats, the Empire and the Sturgic North. You can buy furs in the north and sell them in the south for two or three times the profit. You can then buy horses, oil, flax, tools, ceramics, etc. along many stops and trade with Empire, the Khanat, and at a time from head further west to sell cattle like steppe cows and other products that you take for cheap on the way. Caravans are probably the best launched on the sidelines, so they are more likely to travel to more distant countries and witness extreme changes in the environment and resources. If you haven`t tested, the area in which you throw them may be your original/specialty lawn and is more likely to be served and exchanged. As a final warning, the sale of goods to the bookseller means that the bookseller will buy goods at the price for which those goods act in that city. Although this may be a mistake, he will continue to transport these goods in his own inventory to other cities, where prices will change, which may give you the opportunity to sell goods to the bookseller and then buy back exactly the same goods in another city at a lower price, just to resell them in another city for even more profit.