How to earn money from the throne of Miscellania?

How to earn money from the throne of Miscellania?

After completing the quest Throne of Miscellania, it becomes possible to put citizens of Miscellania to collect various resources, costing 75,000 a day if done with maximum efficiency. The gold is given to Advisor Ghrim, with whom it is also possible to decide, which resources are collected. Usually mahogany logs and coal yield highest profits.

What happens at the end of the throne of Miscellania quest?

Note: The end time of the Throne of Miscellania quest determines the time at which your Kingdom will lose favour, take money from the coffer and produce resources. Consider finishing the quest at a time which is convenient for this.

Is the king of Miscellania turned into a monster?

Rumours have been coming back from Miscellania that all is not well, it is said that the king has been turned into a monster! An exceptional hero is required to investigate. Experience in ruling kingdoms, wooing royalty and negotiating peace would be an advantage.

How much Miscellania do I need to complete the quest?

You will need the support of 75% of Miscellania to finish the quest. You will start off with 25% (you will start with less if you killed any of the villagers or stole from the stalls) and you gain 0.33% with each action you do.

How much did the Olympic Games cost London?

The Olympic Games cost a lot. London’s final price-tag is thought to be £8.4 billion ($13 billion), 107% over budget. While it’s still in the balance whether the Olympics will be a money spinner for the city, there are some people who are definitely getting a payday. Let’s take a look.

What went wrong with the 2012 Olympic bidding process?

Another controversy occurred during the bidding process when an undercover investigation by British television series Panorama revealed a corruption scandal associated with IOC member Ivan Slavkov and Olympic agents, who offered to deliver votes from IOC members to any 2012 Olympic bid in return for financial favours.

What was Moscow’s plan for the 2012 Olympics?

Moscow’s plan for the 2012 Olympics were to be built upon the legacy created by the 1980 Summer Olympics.

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