April 27, 2012, 06:57:48 |
kefka and caesar will split the tofu egg contract in half (just for info, cause of time consuming)
Alright.. I assume Kefka knows this already?
can someone explain how to read the order pricing on the first post? the "=k/stack(k/unit=x,y)" where x and y are numbers. also how many mats are a stack and how many mats are a unit?
- Cep (Hamster: Pandaking)
- 1000 - Flax flower
- 1000 - Crowned thistle
- = 140K / stack (K / unit = 0,14)
- = Craft: Armorer (85), Tailor (75), Leather dealer (42)
First you see the IG name of the buyer. This is our way of contacting him/her. Right after his name you see the name of the hamster that is currently takeing care of this order. In the first leve you'll also be able to see certain other notes about the order, such as "1 stack waiting", meaning the buyer can now pick up one stack.
The next line says 1000 - Flax flower. This means that Cep wishes to buy Flax flowers, and he will pay each time we can deliver him a stack (A stack is simply a collection of one item) with 1000 flax flowers in.
The third line says 1000 - Crowned thistle. This means the same as the line above it, except that he wish to buy a stack of Crowned thistle as well.
The fourth line you see shows the price. In this case it tells us that when we deliver a stack of either 1000 crowned thistle or flax flowers to Cep, he will pay us 140 kama. This could have been for the entire order as well, but then it would have said "K / order".
Then after the price you see (K / unit = 0,14). This means that each crowned thistle we sell earns us 0,14 kama. It is not coordinates as you might think. Where I'm from we use "," instead of "." to split decimals. So let's say we brought him a stack of 10 crowned thistles, then he would pay us 1,4 kama (10 x 0,14)
In this very case there's an extra line added to the order "= Craft: Armorer (85), Tailor (75), Leather dealer (42)". This means that apart from the kamas the buyer wishes to pay us, he/she is also willing to give us access to some of his crafts.
This post has been edited by Zhaky - April 27, 2012, 06:59:34.