Economy building for dummies

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Economy building for dummies is a book used in the quest Do No Evil. It is given to you by Iwazaru after you have given him a Bundle of carpets and established a carpet transport link at the monkey camp. It should be read in order to find out what further improvements can be made to the colony.

The book reveals the following:

You should build three stalls for wares, as well as a tent. To start building, you must first remove the rubble with a spade from the four build spots.

You will need 2 teak planks and 2 bolts of cloth for each stall. You will need a saw and a hammer to do this. Once the stalls have been built they will need to be filled with wares.

For the tent, you will need 4 bolts of cloth and 1 coil of rope. You'll need a hammer and a knife in order to assemble it.

Transcript[edit | edit source]

The following text is transcluded from Transcript:Economy building for dummies.

When establishing a new colony, ensure first and foremost that you have the foundations of a strong economy. The following steps guarantee quick and easy economic expansion!

Build three stalls from teak and cloth, clearing any rubble or debris that may cause unstable foundations with a spade. Two teak planks and two bundles of cloth should make a sturdy stall, and you'll need a saw and a hammer in order to construct it.

Fill one stall with coloured uncut rocks, as humans prize these highly:

1 uncut sapphire
1 uncut emerald
1 uncut ruby
1 uncut diamond

Fill another stall with at least 10 bananas, as everymonkey likes a banana.

Fill the final stall with general goods. Vary according to climate. For example, if in desert: 3 full waterskins, 3 knives and 1 full set of desert robes should attract the locals.

Finally, build a tent. A sturdy tent can be made from 4 bolts of cloth and a coil of rope. You'll need a hammer and a knife to assemble it.

If this all sounds like too much work, convince a well-meaning human to do it for you.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The title of the book is a reference to the famous For Dummies instruction books series.