All current events are listed at the bottom of the screen. An event may be addressed by the councillor concerned. To assign a task to a consultant, click the frame on the right side of the event card. Responsible character will act on the basis of its own ideology and nature. It takes time to take care of an event, so the advisor is not available for other official missions. Regional claims and upgrades cost 25% less. This stacks up with the project: a simpler claim. Sorry, it doesn`t make any sense. The developers deliberately made all the business deals too expensive to be profitable because you didn`t have to take them for historical reasons? Take care of nethys` crazy clergy at Candlemere Tower during Quest 2 of Act 2: The Curse of Candlemere.
Another thing that is ridiculously unbalanced is the various draft trade agreements. Things like « Trade deal with Pitax », which costs 500 BP for +4 BP/week. This means that it takes 125 weeks to get the cost at all if the deal comes back! It`s been about 2.5 years in a game that lasts about 4 years, I think! You`re never able to maintain all of these trade deals on the first day of your kingdom, so the time they have to generate a little BP for you is often just enough to break even. I do not understand why the person who set that cost could not do the simple math to see that these trade deals are so useless. I always thought this was a general problem with D&D/Pathfinder. @Rhaeg I see, some trade deals are not meant to be taken, unless you want to follow certain paths in the game. There are two types of events: problems and opportunities, as well as projects. If a problematic event ends in an error or is ignored, it reduces your stats. The success of an opportunity event increases your stats and usually does not affect them if the result is an error or is ignored. I like the mechanics in a way, but I never really tested it, because we switched to DnD 3rd a little later with my teammates (and I was too lazy to finish my game anyway).
You will receive this event if you have previously addressed the problem of dealer conspiracy. From the second act, it is clear that Pitax is your opponent. To think that they will come up with a fair trade deal is very optimistic. Trade with Daggermark: Community -2, Loyalty -5, Stability -3, allows trade agreements with Daggermark. Defeat Vordakai at Vordakai`s grave in Act 4 with Tristain in your group. +3 to solve situations with two counselors based on the orientation of the kingdom: I am right now in my second passage; and learned a lot about how the game works (and now with a lot of less harmful mistakes). On the good-evil axis: +3 to solve situations with the regent for a kingdom with a good orientation; +3 to resolve situations with the treasurer for a neutrally oriented kingdom;+3 to resolve situations with the counselor for an evil-oriented kingdom; They are supported by the Lord of the Sword and they make a trade deal with their enemies, with a war looming on the horizon? Maybe if you took the guy proposed by the Surtova as an advisor….