how many ressources do you get at each level of a mining camp and how much does each upgrade cost?
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- If you go to the Saw Mill, Vineyard, Crystal Mine, Sulphur Pit, or the Quarry you will see a chart for each level and what the Max production rate is with and without Helping Hands. -- ( Morph on | Contribs | Talk ) -- 16:18, 2 May 2008 (UTC)
Changing Introduction. Don't like "requires"
"Requires" in the introduction seems to indicate someone must absolutely be chopping wood/mining luxury. While it's necessary, the "English" should be more of "it takes x people to mine y resources"
Also, if there are special circumstances why it takes an extra person to mine luxury, some hint as to where and *why* that is the case should be in that paragraph.
--Crythias 22:09, 2 May 2008 (UTC)
Luxury resources being two or three equal signs
I know that Luxury resources "feels" like it should be ==Luxury resources== However, the introduction indicates 5 non-monetary resources and title of "Non-Monetary resources" already is ==. Since Luxury resources is the same outline level as "wood", it deserves the same ===Luxury resources=== level, and the constituents underneath.
If that isn't what is wanted, then don't use the Luxury resource as a bullet point. But I think it's valuable as a bullet point, so I'm in favor of keeping it, with three equal signs. (Besides, the luxuries each have four at the moment.)
--Crythias 00:33, 3 May 2008 (UTC)
I´ve changed this article a little bit. Basically, the official help page specifically says that the resources of the game are only building material and luxury goods, so I´ve moved gold to the "other resources" section. And I changed the images of the article to give more focus to the resource, not the building that produces it.--Referos 22:39, 11 May 2008 (UTC)