Wraufemath OOC Blog


Zone Q11

『The Gas Mask』『Monochrome Plebeian』, Male
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Well... There is too few players playing the RPG that is Wraufemath for it to have its own OOC Thread, so I guess I will post the OOC posts here instead. I don't know whether this blog functions as an advertisement, but I think that Sol has enough things to work on as of late, so... please be considerate.

Edit: From what I understand Wraufemath is meant to be played leisurely, unlike Adventurer's Guild and other RPGs.

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    1. Zone Q11 Oct 12, 2019
      I have two big questions with this one...
      First of all: The money system. I cannot understand the money system. 200 kg of fish is a lot, and by modern standards their price would be around 4~8 USD / kg depending on the seasons. If it was a scam then at worst it might be 0.5~2 USD / kg, which would result in 100~400 USD. Again: This is the "worst case scenario".
      If it's not "the worst case scenario", then it might be sold at a (somewhat) reasonable price of 4 USD / kg and this would result in ~800 USD.

      The prize the fish stall owner had offered Pleuro 50 copper coins. Naturally, we don't know anything about the currency since it is unexplored. However, the problem is: "What can you buy with 50 copper coins?"
      If you can buy 1 normal non-luxury basic meal with 1 copper coin, then 3 meals a day would mean that 48 copper coins would equal to 16 days worth of food (excluding taxes or rent if you are residing in an inn).

      Let's assume that the weekly tax or rent is 5 copper coins a week. This would mean that the 50 copper coins would be just about 2 weeks worth of a living, excluding "miscellaneous expenses".
      So? What's the problem then? Well the problem is: I cannot prove these statements.

      Pleuro got away in the end with 100 copper coins, which might or might not be worth 4 weeks of "barren life" or perhaps 2 weeks of "normal life". But none of us cannot decide whether this is real or not. The problem is that aruansakalog introduced the concept of the value money when we know nothing about the economy within Lucenia, or anywhere really.
      Secondly: The fish stall owner. Does he even make profit? The concept of supply and demand is one where you purchase supply goods and sell those goods to those who demand them. If the owner is wealthy enough to give 100 copper coins in the end, then why would he be surprised at Pleuro's "inventions"? In addition, why didn't he attempt to recruit Pleuro? Is he not greedy enough?
    2. Zone Q11 Oct 8, 2019
      Surely I am not the only one who sees the Halls of the Winds more as a cat rather than a building?
      Also: What's up with the M and N in the map? Is that West Inarch or West Imarch? The same goes for Imarba / Inarba.
    3. Zone Q11 Oct 7, 2019
      Hm... I don't think it is necessary, but thank you for the recommendation!
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    4. Evil_Ginger Oct 7, 2019
      Kinda unrelated but connected nonetheless, perhaps creating a blog for your character. Like an instagram or Twitter update about the most recent activity that took place?
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    5. Zone Q11 Oct 7, 2019
      Proof that -based off Lucenia- the world of Wraufemath is placed within a relatively modern era. One that is an amalgamation of the medieval era and 1920's.
      > A cheap inn usually don't come often with water to wash off the guest's face. Even if Nivalis had washed his face from a bushel basket, the fact that he could wash off his face indicates that Brevama is not on shortage of water.
      > The fact that a board-game such as Xianggi is being played could mean that it is an entertainment product available to everyone in Brevama. However, since the one who were playing the game is a sergeant and a mysterious wanderer with 2 Intermediate Skills... there is insufficient data to prove the statement that board-games are common entertainment products.
      > Standard gray alley. Nothing new, but that's what makes it so special. It should exist everywhere in any settlement, and now its existence is confirmed by MaliMi. Thank you!


      Well... This is quite unusual. I understand that Samira has amnesia, but regardless whether slavery is widely accepted of not, this is quite the dangerous statement. Fortunately Giai and Nivalis have good morals, but... "we" are not quite certain whether this would apply to all citizens within Brevama.
      Okay, who else feels as if the scholar is a lolicon?
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    6. Zone Q11 Oct 7, 2019
      Correct. That is because I do not wish to attract many attention.
      It is less of an OOC Thread, and more of an OOC Blog where I put out my personal thoughts.
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    7. SpearOfLies Oct 7, 2019
      This doesn't seem optimal place for OOC.
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    8. Zone Q11 Oct 7, 2019
      ...ah. I might as well add this in the OP of this blog too, but from what I understand Wraufemath is meant to be played leisurely, unlike Adventurer's Guild and other RPGs.
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