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Subs fine
12-17-2012, 09:50 AM
Post: #171
RE: Subs fine
(12-12-2012 03:56 PM)weykool Wrote:  
(12-12-2012 11:22 AM)DustyBones Wrote:  If you make anyone wait any long length of time like that, they'll leave the game. I know if I was a new CEO and messed up bidding my first couple of contracts and lost my company, I wouldn't wait that long. I'd leave and find another game to play.

I still think that raising the start up cost each time someone fails would do the trick. They end up having to wait some time in order to save the money plus it hits them in the wallet. Give them one free fail due to a "learning curve" then start the doubling.

If startup costs doubled each time, a certain "Clan" (we all know who I'm speaking of), the last company they started would of cost them $983,040,000 to start up.. I don't think it would of ever gotten to this point. They would of made sure their company was running more efficiently a long time ago.
Agreed.
20 XP
90,000 miles
$20,000
For a redo is plenty stop the madness.

The mileage is probably a bit steep. At the time of my post... you only show 59k miles.. so you wouldn't even be able to form a company. Not picking on you specifically, just using you as an example because your mileage is right in your sig.

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12-21-2012, 02:22 PM
Post: #172
RE: Subs fine
(12-17-2012 09:50 AM)CornField Wrote:  
(12-12-2012 03:56 PM)weykool Wrote:  
(12-12-2012 11:22 AM)DustyBones Wrote:  If you make anyone wait any long length of time like that, they'll leave the game. I know if I was a new CEO and messed up bidding my first couple of contracts and lost my company, I wouldn't wait that long. I'd leave and find another game to play.

I still think that raising the start up cost each time someone fails would do the trick. They end up having to wait some time in order to save the money plus it hits them in the wallet. Give them one free fail due to a "learning curve" then start the doubling.

If startup costs doubled each time, a certain "Clan" (we all know who I'm speaking of), the last company they started would of cost them $983,040,000 to start up.. I don't think it would of ever gotten to this point. They would of made sure their company was running more efficiently a long time ago.
Agreed.
20 XP
90,000 miles
$20,000
For a redo is plenty stop the madness.

The mileage is probably a bit steep. At the time of my post... you only show 59k miles.. so you wouldn't even be able to form a company. Not picking on you specifically, just using you as an example because your mileage is right in your sig.

You are misunderstanding my post.
It takes 45,000 miles and 10XP to create a company.
If your company fails and the requirements were doubled to create a 2nd company you would need 20XP and 90K miles.

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