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Laysara: Summit Kingdom

Cheat Codes:
Submitted by: David K.

How to Make Money (Beginners Tips):
Build on pause – you’ve got infinite time to fix cashflow issues until
your treasury runs out. This should help a lot while you organise your
production chains and economy.

I’d also say think of the game more like a puzzle than a city builder at
first – you need to make the most of limited land and be as efficient as
possible until you tier up your research level.

Don’t build too fast or anything you don’t need – the maintenance costs
are brutal to begin with, and things like walls or higher level roads will
crush you, so keep it simple. You can definitely get a decent population
of peasants and artisans with a stable economy before you push for the monk
tier – as you noted, the academy is one of your first real progress gates.

Artisans pay more income than monks or peasants, 3g vs 2g, Build them all
efficiently and close to the food market to begin with – I build them all
around the market minus one building, which allows for a road to reach the
market and leaves you 2 free 1×1 spots for a prayer shrine and a decoration.

Honey and the chicken coop are very easy and efficient sources of early food;
build them around the edges of your mountain tier as efficiently as you can,
using a distributor if you need to ‘jump’ from the edges back to town.

Finally make sure you’re not going into worker or yak debt – the worker
shortage penalties are extreme. Oh and don’t forget you can pause production
on anything you’re not using, this can be useful to block out locations for
buildings you can’t quite afford to use yet or don’t need yet.

If you have 100 unemployed that isn’t worker debt, the debt situation is
when you don’t have enough people to work all the required jobs – when this
happens the game taxes you very hard with a penalty.

If you have 100 people unemployed you probably have too many workers of a
certain type – without seeing your game its hard to know where the problem
is but are they all getting food or other needs met? And are they all
providing donations? You can see this when you mouse over the economy menu
on the top.

There are two kinds of ‘worker debt’. First is importing in workers from
outside your city if you don’t have enough population. Second is if a house
isn’t getting all its demands due to a shortage, then there is a form of
welfare given to them to compensate. Both are not well explained in the

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