Prospective Posted September 22, 2004 Report Share Posted September 22, 2004 All, Once again, I'm back with more questions. Your responses have been great and I thank you for them. My current understanding: 1) Each shipyard in a pop group is able to produce 10,000 tons of ship per turn. When you build a shipyard in a pop group, you automatically get one shipyard slip. 2) Each shipyard slip is capable of producing one ship per turn. If you want to increase the number of ships to produce in a single turn, you need to add shipyard slips. For example, if I want to build a 10,000 ton ship in pop group #1, I can expect it to pop out the next turn (assuming all orders were issued correctly and all resources were available). However, if I chose to build a 100,000 ton ship in pop group #1, it would take 10 turns to complete, but all resouces would have to be available (and consumed I assume) on the first turn. So, what do I do if I want to build the same 100,000 ton ship in one turn? Would I simply constuct another 9 shipyards at the pop group (at a cost of 4500 Construction materials)? Now, let's say I want to build two 10,000 ton ships in pop group #1 and I want them completed in one turn. To accomplish that, all I'd need to do is add an additional shipyard slip (cost of 50,000 CM) to pop group #1. OR, would I need to add on an additional shipyard (500 CM) in to account for the extra 10,000 tons of ship? Finally, if I wanted to build two 100,000 ton ships in pop group #1 in one turn, I'd need to do the following: Add one shipyard slip to pop group #1 (50,000CM) Add 19 shipyards to pop group #1 (9,500CM) Is all that I've stated above correct? Or have I missed something? If so, please let me know. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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