Enterprises of the Principality

Enterprises of the Principality #

Enterprises of the Principality play an important role in the development and activities of the Principality. Each prince can develop several enterprises in his principality, which provides various advantages in the civilian and military spheres. These enterprises can be divided into two main groups: processing and military.

When a principality is created, all these enterprises have the first level of development. However, by developing them, you can level up and gain more benefits. In the Development Milestones section, you will find information about the cost of developing new levels of enterprises and the opportunities they provide.

To improve enterprises in the Principality, certain rules apply:

  • the level of development of any enterprise cannot be higher than the level of development of the university in the principality;
  • Upgrading any enterprise to the next level is only possible if all enterprises in the principality have the same current level.
  • To improve enterprises to level 5, in addition to the princely university of level 5, it is necessary to develop the “forge” enterprise to level 5.

In other words, it is first necessary to develop the next level of the University, and only then begin the development of other facilities. As soon as the level of all enterprises reaches the level of the University, its level of development can be increased again, and so on.

When assessing a clone’s property and a player’s account, the value of built enterprises in the principality is taken into account with a coefficient of 1.4.

Resource Recycling #

Princely enterprises have the ability to process primary resources into secondary products:

  • a steel mill processes iron into processed iron;
  • a stone processing plant processes stone into processed stone;
  • a grain elevator processes grains into flour or feed;
  • a wood processing plant processes wood into processed wood.

The level of development of each enterprise affects the quality and volume of processing per day. The higher the level of the enterprise, the less primary resource is required to produce 1 unit of secondary products.

Stone/woodworking #

Table. Stone/wood processing plant. Processing wood or stone into processed wood or processed stone

Enterprise levelWe give, units.We get, units.Daily limit, units

Iron and Steel Works #

Table. Iron and Steel Works. Recycling iron into processed iron

Enterprise levelWe give, units.We get, units.Daily limit, units

Grain elevator #

Table. Grain elevator. Processing cereals into flour

Enterprise levelWe give, units.We get, units.Daily limit, units

Table. Grain elevator. Processing of cereals into compound feed

Enterprise levelWe give, units.We get, units.Daily limit, units

Attention! The processing limit is set for the primary type of product. This means that with a limit of 300 units, you cannot make 300 flour and another 3000 feed from cereals.

To recycle resources and obtain secondary products, you can visit the “Recycled Products” page. Your current volumes and recycling rates are displayed there. Princes also have the opportunity to leave orders for the processing of secondary products into tertiary products at the relevant factories. Tertiary resources are important building materials and are used almost everywhere in the game.

The prince can install automatic production of secondary products. When this function is enabled, a user-specified amount of resource will be produced daily. If the limit is set to 0, the maximum available volume of resource will be produced. If on any day you do not have enough resources to produce secondary products, the system will automatically produce the maximum amount from the available resources.

Military facilities #

To strengthen the military power and defense capability of the principality, you can develop the following military enterprises:

  • princely university;
  • princely port;
  • princely shipyard;
  • princely hospital;
  • princely forge;
  • princely embassy.

The amount of social subsidies depends on various factors. These are both objective circumstances, such as the level of development of the principality and settlement, and subjective ones - the will of the prince or emperor.