↪ Each map has a different resource level and different stock size

Productivity depends on the number of bases on the map:

↪ The more bases you have on the map, the lower the effectiveness of the production. Formula: Productivity = (number_bases ^ 0.5) / number_bases Examples: - 1 base: → 100% effectiveness - 2 bases: → 70.7% effectiveness - 3 bases: → 57.7% effectiveness - 4 bases: → 50% effectiveness - 10 bases: → 31.6% effectiveness - 16 bases: → 25% effectiveness - 25 bases: → 20% effectiveness - 100 bases: → 10% effectiveness etc. Example with bases which all have the same steelwork extension stage: You have 1 base on the map, it produces 1,000 steel/min You have 4 bases on the map, they produce 2,000 steel/min (4,000 * 50% = 2,000)

Storage size:

↪ Each concrete factory increases the concrete storage limit on the map. ↪ Each steel mill increases the steel storage limit on the map. ↪ Each aluminum factory increases the Alulagerlimit on the map. ↪ Each coal liquefaction plant increases the fuel storage limit on the map. The storage maximum applies only to the same map. Example: Factories on Map11 do not increase the storage on Map12 ↪ Each additional factory raises the storage maximum a little less than the previous one. - Formula: Concrete storage limit = Rounded (Root (number_of_concrete_factories_on_Map * 1000)) * 1000 - Formula: Steel storage Limit = Rounded (Root (Number_steel_mills_on_Map * 1000)) * 300 - Formula: Alu storage limit = Rounded (root (number_of_alu_factories_on_Map * 1000)) * 100 - Formula: Fuel Storage Limit = Rounded (Root (number_of_oil_refineries_on_Map * 1000)) * 30 - example calculation: 3 Bases with each Level 11 Steel Mills on home map => Steel storage limit = Rounded(Root(33 * 1000)) * 300 + 500000 + 1000000 = 1554600 ↪ On the home map you have an additional storage maximum of 1,000,000 concrete, 500,000 steel, 250,000 aluminum and 50,000 fuel. ↪ If you have a second base on the home map, the storage maximum on the home map will be expanded by 750,000 concrete, 1,000,000 steel and 500,000 aluminum ↪ When the storage maximum is reached all factories will stop producing.

Production Acceleration:

↪ Increases the production of a base by three times for a limited time. Example: 300 steel will be produced instead of 100 steel per min ↪ While the production acceleration is active, the base where the acceleration is active has no longer a storage limit. However, it can only be activated if you have less than 100 million resources. ↪ If production acceleration is aborted, you will get down rounded gold back (example: remaining time 14:59:59 concrete returns 14 gold) ↪ home base: 1x per day steel production acceleration for 1 hour for free (only if there is less than 1 million steel on the home map)

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