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Tsar Koschei
Tsar Koschei
Posts: 285

24 days ago
Judaspriester wrote:
Since I haven't taking much care about the bone market until now, could someone tell me some useful recipies for skeletons?

I've already taken a look around in the wiki, but it feels kinda confusing.
The skeleton-building guide on the wiki is a very useful reference sheet.

You start by determining what the thing is you want to get for selling. You look up a buyer who offers that thing and see what kind of skeleton they want. Then put together whatever is the best and most convenient skeleton you can create to suit their wishes.
edited by Tsar Koschei on 7/10/2020

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The Lonely Hunter
The Lonely Hunter
Posts: 158

23 days ago
It seems like the price of Vital Intelligence has stayed at 25 Scrip since Ealing Gardens became a station. I don't know how action efficient it is to rob the Circumspect Envoy's Townhouse, but the collection of Scrolls about the Kingdom of Vesture gives you 2 Vital Intelligence and 2 Unprovenanced Artifacts. It costs 6 actions to get Casing (5 from the Gang of Hoodlums, 1 to steal a painting for the Topsy King) and 1 to pick up Inside Information and 1 to begin the Heist. There's no set number of actions from here: it usually takes 3-4 actions for me to build up 5 Burglar's Progress (Assuming that you have 4-5 Card Lodgings, Intricate Kiffers and either 10 Dreaded or an Untrained Lyrebird), 1 action for A Prize Achieved!, 1 action to get the scrolls and 1 more to sell them. There are a couple of other factors in this process (If you choose to snaffle documents during your Heist, dealing with the Suspicion gain, not drawing A Prize Achieved immediately), but if it takes 14 actions to get your prize, you've essentially earned around 3.5 Scrip per action and 2 artifacts to boot. This could be a good supplement to the Bone Market if you need to top off your Scrip for the next round of development.

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Hattington
Hattington
Posts: 277

21 days ago
So far what I've found out you can do with A Complete Account of Frogs, Toads and Other Croaking Beasts is to declare your skeletons reptiles and amphibians. I am unsure how useful this is as I usually just settled for a chimera by declaring they needed no tail before the option. Has anyone found any other uses for it?

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PSGarak
PSGarak
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21 days ago
You can use the Preservifier kit to make a Frog Bench. If new need a last few points of Bizarre, it is cheaper than the wind-up monkey toy. And when I say that, I'm including the research project.

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