Winter

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Posted January 08 2016 - 03:40
How long is winter?
Posted January 08 2016 - 03:45
13 weeks or I guess you could say 13 hours
Posted February 05 2016 - 15:32
What is the burn rate of wood in winter?
Posted February 05 2016 - 15:51
In winter your wood production is 1/3 lower. The amount you need for firewood is calculated the following way:
( (population / 2 + army) / 1.5 ) * 1.5
Posted February 05 2016 - 16:57
thank you
Posted February 28 2016 - 14:50
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Posted February 28 2016 - 17:14
STAY IN SCHOOL KIDDOS

((10000/2+1000)/1.5)*1.5 = ((5000+1000)/1.5)*1.5
((5000+1000)/1.5)*1.5 = (6000/1.5)*1.5
(6000/1.5)*1.5 = 4000*1.5
4000*1.5 = 6000

thus your burn rate for those #'s is 6000 per tick or hour

fail to learn how to do simple math problems at your own risk...its kinda necessary in today's world
Posted February 28 2016 - 17:46
Should have put it on paper.
Thanks.
But this calculation is still two times what i actually have.
How exactly is army determined?
Posted February 28 2016 - 19:50
Army is just calculating the units you have. So militia + policemen + agents + bikers + soldiers + mortar.
Posted February 28 2016 - 20:07
Hm, i think my army did not take any firewood. That would explain the gap between expected and actual firewood.
I check again next winter.
Posted February 28 2016 - 21:57
You edited your message so I could not read your first post, but I understand the context out of replies.. I will check if the code does what it is supposed to do!
Posted February 28 2016 - 22:11
My first post was useless. I got confused with the formula. But Rick_Grimes enlightened me ;)
Posted March 05 2016 - 22:25
Hi, me again and it is winter again.

Lets do it with real numbers. Maybe Rick Grimes can help me out again :-)

((395/2+231)/1.5)*1.5 = ((197.5+231)/1.5)*1.5
((197.5+231)/1.5)*1.5 = (428.5/1.5)*1.5
(428/1.5)*1.5 = 285.66*1.5
285.66*1.5 = 428.5

I actually have 286.
And i don't get the idea why divide by 1.5 and then multiply by 1.5


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