- May 29, 2017
Not one peasant filling one hole, but across an entire state over a month, you are going to need to buy some shovels after all.The shovel doesn't break when the peasant uses it to fill a hole, though.
And if no one in particular is providing them these tools, then those peasants will have to take it from their own pocked to do it.
Then even a -1% output, pop growth, or taxes modifier would be due, that by itself would already be something.As I said in the other thread on this topic, corvee was usually something like 2 or 3 days out of the year for the individual peasant. I don't see why that needs to have an economic impact in the game.
The impact, even as small and overall insignificant as it may be, would put a step between "spending points" and "get effect", that's all I want.
I can clearly see, for myself at least, how this would make the game better, and see no way in which it would make the game worse.