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Goods are physical resources which can be stored in island's storage or inside ships' cargo slots and their amount is measured in tons. All goods can be produced in specific buildings, in many cases less complex goods are necessary to process them into the more complex good. Many of them can also be obtained in ways other than production. The goods and their management are one of the core aspects of the game. They have various uses from fulfilling population's needs to improving morale of a ship on an expedition.

Storing and transporting goods

For more information about transporting goods between buildings and carts mechanics, see: Production.

For more information about ships transporting cargo, see: Ships page or Trade routes page.

Every island has specific storage capacity which determines how many tons of each good can be stored on the island at the same time. As long as at least one ton of a good is within an island's storage, it is available for all warehouses and all residences across the island. Residences have immediate access to all goods that they need, those goods do not have to be transported within the island in any way. When residences consume the goods, their amount continuously decreases at a rate determined by current sum of the consumption rates of all the residences. Non-residential buildings that produce or consume goods (like production buildings) have their own internal storage for a specific number of tons of every relevant good. When such buildings require a good, that good has to be physically delivered. It can be transported by one of the building's carts from a warehouse or it has to be delivered by a different building that produces it. When a building produces a good, to add it to island's storage it has to be transported by a cart and unloaded at a warehouse.

Goods can be easily transferred between an island's storage and a ship's cargo and transported between islands by ships, either manually or via trade routes. Ships possess cargo slots, each storing up to 50 tons of one good.

Obtaining goods

Goods can be obtained in multiple ways, every good can be produced but some goods can also be obtained in other ways. Each good might have its own options, presented on their individual pages. In general, goods can be acquired using the following methods and sources:

  • Production - dedicating some space, workforce and coins to produce goods, sometimes less complex goods are required to create more complex ones
  • Trade - spending coins to buy goods from other characters or players
  • Import via Docklands - importing goods in exchange for exporting some other goods
  • Quests - sometimes goods can be a reward from quests
  • Diving - goods such as pearls or gold can be occasionally retrieved from the ocean using a salvager
  • Expeditions - some expedition events, when completed successfully, can reward the player with specific goods
  • Picking up crates from the ocean - when destroyed, ships of other players may drop crates that contain goods

Using goods

All goods can be used in multiple ways and for different purposes such as:

  • Fulfilling needs of the population - many goods are consumed directly by the population, fulfilling their needs
  • Production of more complex goods - less complex goods are often required to produce more complex goods, forming entire production chains
  • Construction of buildings and ships - construction materials are typically necessary to construct new buildings and ships, and to renovate ruined buildings
  • Trade - selling goods to earn coins
  • Completing quests - sometimes the player is asked to provide specific amounts of goods to complete the quest
  • World's Fair exhibitions - delivering desired goods to the World's Fair when preparing an exhibition is required to unlock higher tier rewards
  • Expeditions - some goods are very useful during expeditions, increasing ship's morale or preventing morale loss
  • Export via Docklands - exporting goods in order to import other goods
  • Crafting - some items can be crafted at Old Nate's workshops from scrap and other goods
  • Generating special effects - some buildings such as Shopping Arcades consume specific goods in order to enable a special effect for buildings within the range

Types of goods

Goods are divided into several types, mostly based on their purpose or production method:

  • Consumer Goods
  • Construction Materials
  • Raw Materials
  • Agricultural Products
  • Intermediate Products
  • Strategic Resources

Consumer Goods

Consumer Goods are goods that are consumed by the population as their needs, they are generally the most complex good of a production chain.

Goods Description Production chains
Fish.pngFish Finned and gilled dwellers of the sea. Fish.pngFish
Schnapps.pngSchnapps Quick, before it evaporates! Schnapps.pngSchnapps (Old World)
Schnapps.pngSchnapps (New World Hacienda)
Work Clothes.pngWork Clothes Rugged working smocks. Work Clothes.pngWork Clothes
Sausages.pngSausages Bags of mystery. Sausages.pngSausages
Bread.pngBread The loaves of an artisan. Bread.pngBread
Soap.pngSoap For washing out mouths. Soap.pngSoap
Shampoo.pngShampoo
Beer.pngBeer Safer than water. Beer.pngBeer (Old World)
Beer.pngBeer (New World Hacienda)
Canned Food.pngCanned Food Just hope you have a can opener handy. Canned Food.pngCanned Food
Sewing Machines.pngSewing Machines They're all the fashion! Sewing Machines.pngSewing Machines
Rum.pngRum Yo ho ho, and a bottle of - stop that! Rum.pngRum (New World)
Rum.pngAdvanced Rum (Old World)
Rum.pngRum (New World Hacienda)
Fur Coats.pngFur Coats One of the trappings of wealth. Fur Coats.pngFur Coats
Glasses.pngGlasses They spend their time sitting on noses. Glasses.pngGlasses
Penny Farthings.pngPenny Farthings Named after a penny (a large coin), and a farthing (a tiny one). Penny Farthings.pngPenny Farthings
Pocket Watches.pngPocket Watches A godsend for late-running white bunnies. Pocket Watches.pngPocket Watches
Coffee.pngCoffee Get up early, stay up late. Coffee.pngCoffee (Old World)
Coffee.pngAdvanced Coffee (Old World)
Light Bulbs.pngLight Bulbs A brilliant idea. Light Bulbs.pngLight Bulbs
Jam.pngJam Very much different from marmalade, in that marmalade contains orange and orange peel. Jam.pngJam
Shampoo.pngShampoo Something that climbs inside your eyes, no matter how tightly-shut you squeeze 'em. Shampoo.pngShampoo
Lemonade.pngLemonade Refreshing lemon fizz pressed into a fist-sized tin. Lemonade.pngLemonade
Souvenirs.pngSouvenirs How could it ever tell the whole story of that trip...? Might just jog the memory though. Souvenirs.pngSouvenirs
Champagne.pngChampagne Perfect for a celebration. Champagne.pngChampagne
Cigars.pngCigars For when the fat lady sings... Cigars.pngCigars
Chocolate.pngChocolate Me? Eaten it? Noooo... Chocolate.pngChocolate
Jewellery.pngJewellery Symbols of status and success. Jewellery.pngJewellery
Gramophones.pngGramophones Slightly more convenient than a personal orchestra. Gramophones.pngGramophones
Steam Carriages.pngSteam Carriages Hurrah for the open road! Steam Carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Leather Boots.pngLeather Boots Svelte and sensuous to the touch. Leather Boots.pngLeather Boots
Tailored Suits.pngTailored Suits Make sure to reserve yours early! Tailored Suits.pngTailored Suits
Bowler Hats.pngBowler Hats Some fashionable headwear from the New World. Bowler Hats.pngBowler Hats
Hibiscus Tea.pngHibiscus Tea Rich and refreshing in the afternoon. Hibiscus Tea.pngHibiscus Tea
Seafood Stew.pngSeafood Stew The flambéed lobster shells really impart a depth and richness... Seafood Stew.pngSeafood Stew
Tapestries.pngTapestries Covered in patterns of personal significance to their makers. Tapestries.pngTapestries
Clay Pipes.pngClay Pipes Pipes for tobacco in the Enbesan style. Clay Pipes.pngClay Pipes
Telephones.pngTelephones Spooky, distant voices can be heard at the other end... Telephones.pngTelephones
Fried Plantains.pngFried Plantains A supposedly authentic New World dish. Fried Plantains.pngFried Plantains
Ponchos.pngPonchos A woven outer garment of the New World. Ponchos.pngPonchos
Tortillas.pngTortillas A supposedly authentic New World dish. Tortillas.pngTortillas
Pemmican.pngPemmican Caribou jerky. Pemmican.pngPemmican
Oil Lamps.pngOil Lamps A light in the darkness. Smells. Oil Lamps.pngOil Lamps
Sleeping Bags.pngSleeping Bags Snuggle up. Sleeping Bags.pngSleeping Bags
Parkas.pngParkas An Annorak. Parkas.pngParkas
Husky Sleds.pngHusky Sleds Yell "Nanuk" and your huskies might go faster. Husky Sleds.pngHusky Sleds
Goat Milk.pngGoat Milk Flavoursome and copious. Goat Milk.pngGoat Milk
Finery.pngFinery Offering comfort in warm weather, and insulation in the cool of night. Finery.pngFinery
Dried Meat.pngDried Meat Pleasingly chewy, according to Janihoy Ketema himself. Dried Meat.pngDried Meat
Ceramics.pngCeramics Handmade pottery preserves the identity and finess of its creators. Ceramics.pngCeramics
Illuminated Script.pngIlluminated Script The intricate and sacred illuminations of Enbesa. Illuminated Script.pngIlluminated Script
Lanterns.pngLanterns Votive lanterns of ceremonial importance. Lanterns.pngLanterns
Chewing Gum.pngChewing Gum Chewing Gum.pngChewing Gum
Typewriters.pngTypewriters Typewriters.pngTypewriters
Violins.pngViolins Violins.pngViolins
Biscuits.pngBiscuits Biscuits.pngBiscuits
Cognac.pngCognac Cognac.pngCognac
Billiard Tables.pngBilliard Tables Billiard Tables.pngBilliard Tables
Toys.pngToys Toys.pngToys
Atole.pngAtole Atole.pngAtole
Hot Sauce.pngHot Sauce Hot Sauce.pngHot Sauce

Construction Materials

Construction Materials are goods that are used to construct buildings and ships, and to renovate ruined buildings. The majority of them are the most complex good of a production chain.

Goods Description Production chains
Timber.pngTimber Sliced tree. Timber.pngTimber (Old World)
Timber.pngTimber (New World)
Timber.pngTimber (The Arctic)
Bricks.pngBricks What clever pigs build houses with. Bricks.pngBricks (Old World)
Bricks.pngBricks (New World)
Sails.pngSails Set sail! Sails.pngSails (Old World)
Sails.pngSails (New World)
Steel beams.pngSteel Beams They come in I, H, W and T shaped-bars! Steel beams.pngSteel Beams
Weapons.pngWeapons Good for teeth, skin and stoking fires. Weapons.pngWeapons
Windows.pngWindows Life would be so gloomy without them. Windows.pngWindows
Reinforced concrete.pngReinforced Concrete A slowly solidifying mixture of hard bits. Reinforced concrete.pngReinforced Concrete
Steam motors.pngSteam Motors That cloud coming from the bonnet is normal. Steam motors.pngSteam Motors
Steam carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Elevators.pngElevators
Advanced weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons The big guns. Advanced weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
Scrap.pngScrap The scrappiest possible kind of scrap.
Nice Scrap.pngNice Scrap Scrap that's not so crap.
Special Scrap.pngSpecial Scrap You can already see these rare metals glistening in Old Nate's widening eyes.
Lost Expedition Scrap.pngLost Expedition Scrap Scrap from bygone expeditions that ventured into the ice desert.
Gas.pngGas Bloats up blimps.
Wanza Timber.pngWanza Timber Cordia Africana. Gives drums resonance. Wanza Timber.pngWanza Timber
Mud Bricks.pngMud Bricks The cornerstones on which Enbesa is founded. Mud Bricks.pngMud Bricks
Elevators.pngElevators Elevators.pngElevators

Raw Materials

Raw Materials are goods that are the most basic ingredients of production chains and are produced either from chopped trees or resource deposits.

Goods Description Production chains
Wood.pngWood Chopped tree. Timber.pngTimber (Old World)
Timber.pngTimber (New World)
Timber.pngTimber (The Arctic)
Windows.pngWindows
Sewing Machines.pngSewing Machines
Gramophones.pngGramophones
Steam Carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Elevators.pngElevators
Ethanol.pngEthanol
Celluloid.pngCelluloid
Lacquer.pngLacquer
Typewriters.pngTypewriters
Billiard Tables.pngBilliard Tables
Violins.pngViolins
Toys.pngToys
Rum.pngRum (New World)
Telephones.pngTelephones
Cotton Fabric.pngAdvanced Cotton Fabric (Old World)
Cigars.pngCigars
Husky Sleds.pngHusky Sleds
Illuminated Script.pngIlluminated Script
Rum.pngRum (New World Hacienda)
Clay.pngClay Begins as a red sludge. Bricks.pngBricks (Old World)
Bricks.pngBricks (New World)
Mud Bricks.pngMud Bricks
Ceramics.pngCeramics
Clay Pipes.pngClay Pipes
Iron.pngIron The foundation of the industrial age. Steel Beams.pngSteel Beams
Weapons.pngWeapons
Canned Food.pngCanned Food
Sewing Machines.pngSewing Machines
Reinforced Concrete.pngReinforced Concrete
Advanced Weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
Penny Farthings.pngPenny Farthings
Steam Motors.pngSteam Motors
Steam Carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Elevators.pngElevators
Typewriters.pngTypewriters
Violins.pngViolins
Coal.pngCoal Better use it before it runs out! Oh, hang on... Steel Beams.pngSteel Beams
Weapons.pngWeapons
Sewing Machines.pngSewing Machines
Reinforced Concrete.pngReinforced Concrete
Advanced Weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
Penny Farthings.pngPenny Farthings
Steam Motors.pngSteam Motors
Pocket Watches.pngPocket Watches
Light Bulbs.pngLight Bulbs
Jewellery.pngJewellery
Steam Carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Elevators.pngElevators
Typewriters.pngTypewriters
Violins.pngViolins
Telephones.pngTelephones
Rum.pngAdvanced Rum (Old World)
Quartz Sand.pngQuartz Sand Pure quartz, seasoned with shrimp dust. Windows.pngWindows
Glasses.pngGlasses
Pocket Watches.pngPocket Watches
Light Bulbs.pngLight Bulbs
Souvenirs.pngSouvenirs
Champagne.pngChampagne
Lacquer.pngLacquer
Typewriters.pngTypewriters
Violins.pngViolins
Toys.pngToys
Lanterns.pngLanterns
Cement.pngCement A rock composed of the skeletons of sea creatures. Reinforced Concrete.pngReinforced Concrete
Copper.pngCopper A glimmer of pinkish orange. Glasses.pngGlasses
Steam Motors.pngSteam Motors
Gramophones.pngGramophones
Steam Carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Elevators.pngElevators
Typewriters.pngTypewriters
Oil Lamps.pngOil Lamps
Zinc.pngZinc A glimmer of pinkish orange. Glasses.pngGlasses
Steam Motors.pngSteam Motors
Gramophones.pngGramophones
Steam Carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Elevators.pngElevators
Typewriters.pngTypewriters
Oil Lamps.pngOil Lamps
Saltpetre.pngSaltpetre Potassium nitrate, a useful alkali. Advanced Weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
Lemonade.pngLemonade
Pearls.pngPearls Very few molluscs produce perfect pearls. Jewellery.pngJewellery
Gold Ore.pngGold Ore Ore worth rushing for. Pocket Watches.pngPocket Watches
Jewellery.pngJewellery

Agricultural Products

Agricultural Products are goods that are the most basic ingredients of production chains and are produced mostly from plants or animals.

Goods Description Production chains
Potatoes.pngPotatoes The humble spud. Schnapps.pngSchnapps
Rum.pngAdvanced Rum (Old World)
Schnapps.pngSchnapps (New World Hacienda)
Wool.pngWool Oily animal hair. Work Clothes.pngWork Clothes
Sails.pngSails (Old World)
Cotton Fabric.pngAdvanced Cotton Fabric (Old World)
Pigs.pngPigs Domesticated descendants of the wild boar. Sausages.pngSausages
Soap.pngSoap
Advanced Weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
Shampoo.pngShampoo
Biscuits.pngBiscuits
Grain.pngGrain A human staple. Bread.pngBread
Beer.pngBeer
Biscuits.pngBiscuits
Coffee.pngAdvanced Coffee (Old World)
Beer.pngBeer (New World Hacienda)
Hops.pngHops Little flowers used in brewing. Beer.pngBeer
Beef.pngBeef A popular red meat derived from cattle. Canned Food.pngCanned Food
Tortillas.pngTortillas
Red Peppers.pngRed Peppers A bittersweet crunchy red vegetable. Canned Food.pngCanned Food
Furs.pngFurs The pelts of animals. Fur Coats.pngFur Coats
Cinnamon.pngCinnamon Sticks of culinary dynamite. Shampoo.pngShampoo
Chewing Gum.pngChewing Gum
Coconut Oil.pngCoconut Oil May as well smother your whole body with it, it's so good. Shampoo.pngShampoo
Citrus.pngCitrus Miscellaneous sweet-and-sour ovals and orbs of various zesty colours. Lemonade.pngLemonade
Biscuits.pngBiscuits
Camphor Wax.pngCamphor Wax A versatile, natural product of the Camphor tree. Souvenirs.pngSouvenirs
Celluloid.pngCelluloid
Billiard Tables.pngBilliard Tables
Toys.pngToys
Grapes.pngGrapes A small oval fruit used in winemaking. Champagne.pngChampagne
Cognac.pngCognac
Cherry Wood.pngCherry Wood Cognac.pngCognac
Billiard Tables.pngBilliard Tables
Violins.pngViolins
Resin.pngResin Lacquer.pngLacquer
Typewriters.pngTypewriters
Violins.pngViolins
Toys.pngToys
Fish Oil.pngFish Oil It's very good for you, or so they say... Fried Plantains.pngFried Plantains
Plantains.pngPlantains A savoury staple, often known as the "cooking banana". Fried Plantains.pngFried Plantains
Sugar Cane.pngSugar Cane Sugar cane fields are set on fire before the harvest. Rum.pngRum (New World)
Chocolate.pngChocolate
Lemonade.pngLemonade
Chewing Gum.pngChewing Gum
Cognac.pngCognac
Rum.pngRum (New World Hacienda)
Atole.pngAtole
Cotton.pngCotton Notoriously hard work to pick. Fur Coats.pngFur Coats
Souvenirs.pngSouvenirs
Celluloid.pngCelluloid
Billiard Tables.pngBilliard Tables
Toys.pngToys
Tailored Suits.pngTailored Suits
Sails.pngSails (New World)
Bowler Hats.pngBowler Hats
Lanterns.pngLanterns
Alpaca Wool.pngAlpaca Wool As soft and durable a wool as you can find. Ponchos.pngPonchos
Bowler Hats.pngBowler Hats
Billiard Tables.pngBilliard Tables
Toys.pngToys
Caoutchouc.pngCaoutchouc Trees bleed white. Penny Farthings.pngPenny Farthings
Steam Carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Chewing Gum.pngChewing Gum
Corn.pngCorn Revered by the people of the New World. Tortillas.pngTortillas
Ethanol.pngEthanol
Celluloid.pngCelluloid
Lacquer.pngLacquer
Typewriters.pngTypewriters
Billiard Tables.pngBilliard Tables
Violins.pngViolins
Toys.pngToys
Beer.pngBeer (New World Hacienda)
Atole.pngAtole
Coffee Beans.pngCoffee Beans Wake up and smell these! Coffee.pngCoffee (New World)
Tobacco.pngTobacco A discovery most unwise. Cigars.pngCigars
Clay Pipes.pngClay Pipes
Cocoa.pngCocoa The cacao bean must be dried and fermented first. Chocolate.pngChocolate
Whale Oil.pngWhale Oil Derived from whale blubber. Pemmican.pngPemmican
Oil Lamps.pngOil Lamps
Caribou Meat.pngCaribou Meat Caribou-hoo. Pemmican.pngPemmican
Seal Skin.pngSeal Skin Cold and water resistant. Sleeping Bags.pngSleeping Bags
Parkas.pngParkas
Husky Sleds.pngHusky Sleds
Goose Feathers.pngGoose Feathers Feel down? Tickle yourself with these. Sleeping Bags.pngSleeping Bags
Bear Fur.pngBear Fur The fur of a bear. Parkas.pngParkas
Huskies.pngHuskies Friendly wolves. Husky Sleds.pngHusky Sleds
Sanga Cow.pngSanga Cow A popular animal in Enbesa and beyond. Leather Boots.pngLeather Boots
Dried Meat.pngDried Meat
Salt.pngSalt Once an important currency in Enbesa. Dried Meat.pngDried Meat
Linseed.pngLinseed Also known as flax. Tailored Suits.pngTailored Suits
Finery.pngFinery
Tapestries.pngTapestries
Hibiscus Petals.pngHibiscus Petals The stigma disappears in tea. Hibiscus Tea.pngHibiscus Tea
Teff.pngTeff You gotta love lovegrass. Mud Bricks.pngMud Bricks
Seafood Stew.pngSeafood Stew
Indigo Dye.pngIndigo Dye One of the seven colours of the rainbow. Ceramics.pngCeramics
Tapestries.pngTapestries
Illuminated Script.pngIlluminated Script
Lobster.pngLobster A shellfish lot. Seafood Stew.pngSeafood Stew
Spices.pngSpices An Enbesan blend of chilli, cardamom, cloves and more... Seafood Stew.pngSeafood Stew
Hot Sauce.pngHot Sauce
Beeswax.pngBeeswax The honey is a very happy byproduct! Lanterns.pngLanterns
Dung.pngDung
Fertiliser.pngFertiliser

Intermediate Products

Intermediate Products are goods that are in the middle of production chains, they are produced from less complex ingredients, and are used to produce even more complex goods.

Goods Description Production chains
Flour.pngFlour Run of the mill. Bread.pngBread
Biscuits.pngBiscuits
Steel.pngSteel An alloy of iron, carbon, etc. Steel Beams.pngSteel Beams
Weapons.pngWeapons
Sewing Machines.pngSewing Machines
Reinforced Concrete.pngReinforced Concrete
Advanced Weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
Penny Farthings.pngPenny Farthings
Steam Motors.pngSteam Motors
Steam Carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Elevators.pngElevators
Typewriters.pngTypewriters
Violins.pngViolins
Tallow.pngTallow Animal fat used for soap and candles. Soap.pngSoap
Advanced Weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
Shampoo.pngShampoo
Biscuits.pngBiscuits
Malt.pngMalt Germinated grains. Beer.pngBeer
Coffee.pngAdvanced Coffee (Old World)
Glass.pngGlass Kids with footballs: keep away! Windows.pngWindows
Glasses.pngGlasses
Pocket Watches.pngPocket Watches
Light Bulbs.pngLight Bulbs
Souvenirs.pngSouvenirs
Champagne.pngChampagne
Lanterns.pngLanterns
Goulash.pngGoulash What do ghosts eat? Canned Food.pngCanned Food
Brass.pngBrass Forms an important part of the orchestra. Glasses.pngGlasses
Steam Motors.pngSteam Motors
Gramophones.pngGramophones
Steam Carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Elevators.pngElevators
Typewriters.pngTypewriters
Oil Lamps.pngOil Lamps
Steam motors.pngSteam Motors That cloud coming from the bonnet is normal. Steam motors.pngSteam Motors
Steam carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Elevators.pngElevators
Gold.pngGold Mmm, shiny. Pocket Watches.pngPocket Watches
Jewellery.pngJewellery
Filaments.pngFilaments They grow angry when electrocuted. Light Bulbs.pngLight Bulbs
Telephones.pngTelephones
Dynamite.pngDynamite Boom boom boom. Advanced weapons.pngAdvanced Weapons
Wood Veneers.pngWood Veneers For marquetry and parquetry. Gramophones.pngGramophones
Elevators.pngElevators
Telephones.pngTelephones
Cigars.pngCigars
Chassis.pngChassis Vehicle frames. Steam Carriages.pngSteam Carriages
Cotton Fabric.pngCotton Fabric It retains a lot of bounce. Fur Coats.pngFur Coats
Tailored Suits.pngTailored Suits
Sails.pngSails (New World)
Bowler Hats.pngBowler Hats
Cotton Fabric.pngAdvanced Cotton Fabric (Old World)
Felt.pngFelt It's so... felty! Bowler Hats.pngBowler Hats
Billiard Tables.pngBilliard Tables
Toys.pngToys
Sugar.pngSugar Accept no substitutes. Chocolate.pngChocolate
Lemonade.pngLemonade
Chewing Gum.pngChewing Gum
Cognac.pngCognac
Ethanol.pngEthanol Ethanol.pngEthanol
Celluloid.pngCelluloid
Lacquer.pngLacquer
Typewriters.pngTypewriters
Billiard Tables.pngBilliard Tables
Violins.pngViolins
Toys.pngToys
Celluloid.pngCelluloid Celluloid.pngCelluloid
Billiard Tables.pngBilliard Tables
Toys.pngToys
Lacquer.pngLacquer Lacquer.pngLacquer
Typewriters.pngTypewriters
Violins.pngViolins
Toys.pngToys
Sleds.pngSleds Lashed, not pinned, together. Husky Sleds.pngHusky Sleds
Linen.pngLinen A versatile flaxen textile. Tailored Suits.pngTailored Suits
Finery.pngFinery
Tapestries.pngTapestries
Spiced Flour.pngSpiced Flour This flour already has good flavour. Seafood Stew.pngSeafood Stew
Paper.pngPaper Crying out for colourful inks and gold leaf. Illuminated Script.pngIlluminated Script
Ornate Candles.pngOrnate Candles Some will likely be burned at both ends. Lanterns.pngLanterns

Strategic Resources

Strategic Resources are goods that have special purposes and they are significantly different from other types of goods. They might adhere to their own separate rules of production, transportation and use.

Goods Description Production chains
Oil.pngOil It must be divine - it floats on water.


Errors and historical inaccuracies

  • Electric lamp filament is produced from rock carbon. Real-world one was produced from plant-derived carbon - made from cane fiber.
  • Most electrical power was generated via coal in the 19th century, rather than via oil.


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