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 simplified example of garrison 30 lots/shares, to reference later.
aocypher
Posted: Jun 7 2005, 08:56 PM


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simplified example of garrison 30 lots/shares


Run #1 - 3 people

Chris - provides token
Pat - fights to help Chris win the garrison
Amy - fights to help Chris win the garrison

For Run #1 Chris gets 5 lots, Pat gets 1 lot, Amy gets 1 lot

Run #2 - 4 people

Chris - fights to help Amy win the garrison
Pat - fights to help Amy win the garrison
Amy - provides token
James - fights to help Amy win the garrison

For Run #2 Chris gets 1 more lot, Pat gets 1 more lot, Amy gets 5 more lots,
and James gets 1 lot

At the end of both runs the total lots are as follows

Chris 5+1=6
Amy 1+5=6
Pat 1+1=2
James 1

The total number of lots is Chris' lots + Amy's lots + Pat's lots + James
lots = 6 + 6 + 2 + 1 = 15 total lots

So once all of the common items have been sold

Chris gets 6/15's=40% of the net gil that results
Amy gets 6/15's=40% of the net gil that results
Pat gets 2/15=13 1/3% of the net gil that result
James gets 6 2/3% of the net gil that result

To conclude the example, assume that the items from Run #1 sold for 42,000
gil and cost 1000 gil to sell, and assume that the items from Run #2 sold
for 60,000 gil and cost 1000 gil to sell. The net profit for all of the
runs is then 100,000.

Chris would get 40,000
Amy would get 40,000
Pat would get 13,333
James would get 6,667

The objective is for the shares/lots to reflect the amount that people
participate in the garrisons, with extra shared being awarded to the token
providers in recognition of the time they spent getting the tokens that make
the event possible.


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aocypher
Posted: Oct 9 2005, 09:21 AM


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Note: obsolete.


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Arolek, Elvaan Male from San d'Oria @ Ramuh
Cooking veteran, all other crafts less than 60.
75 BLM, 75 WHM, 75 NIN, 75 BST, all other jobs less than 50.
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