History YMMV / TheRunelords

26th Aug '15 8:03:01 AM WillBGood
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*** Because their problem isn't just a lack of money, it's a lack of sustainability. Their economy is more feudal than capitalistic in nature, so even with a large sum of money on hand, their opportunities for investing it into a sustainable source of income are rather limited. Once the money runs out, they're back in the same situation they were before. Marry a [[SugarDaddy noble with lots of income,]] though, and you're set for life.

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*** Because their problem isn't just a lack of money, it's a lack of sustainability. Their economy is more feudal than capitalistic in nature, so even with a large sum of money on hand, their opportunities for investing it into a sustainable source of income are rather limited. Once the money runs out, they're back in the same situation they were before. Marry a [[SugarDaddy [[MealTicket noble with lots of income,]] though, and you're set for life.
21st Aug '12 3:31:25 PM s4karuna
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* {{Fridge Logic}}: The ramifications of any of the endowments. The series steadfastly refuses to worry about this, and by doing so earns a lot more WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief than if it'd waved its hands left and right to cover.
** One glaring problem, though: [[AppliedPhlebotinum Forcibles]] are rare and expensive to the point that only the nobility can afford them -- and even then, not every one. How did Myrrima's family get enough money to afford her starting forcibles -- and why didn't they use that money to get out of poverty, instead of crippling the family so Myrrima could make a good marriage.. to get out of poverty?
*** Because their problem isn't just a lack of money, it's a lack of sustainability. Their economy is more feudal than capitalistic in nature, so even with a large sum of money on hand, their opportunities for investing it into a sustainable source of income are rather limited. Once the money runs out, they're back in the same situation they were before. Marry a [[SugarDaddy noble with lots of income,]] though, and you're set for life.
17th Jun '11 8:28:36 AM TheGloomer
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* {{Narm}}: The author's habit of referring to testicles almost exclusively as "walnuts" makes it difficult to take some scenes as seriously as they're intended.
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