How to Use Goods Tables

It is a fairly simple approach as long as you follow the following steps/questions which you must answer:

 

1:  What are the total amount of goods needed for this age from start to finish?

2:  Will I be building both GB’s for this age?  (If so, then include the full total of goods needed for both GB’s.  If not, then you can cut that amount in half and reduce the total amount of goods needed by that amount.  If you have already built both, or all that you intend to build, you can subtract the total goods demanded for GB’s of this age)

3:  Where am I in my tech?  (With a calculator you can begin to subtract those ages you are no longer in from the total goods needed in question #1, as provided in the table).

4:  How many total goods, of this age, do I currently have in stock?  (Subtract that amount from the number found in question #3).

5:  Assuming I produce from both my boosted goods on 1-day cycles at 20 goods per day that will give me 40 goods per day.  Divide the answer found in question #4 by 40 to find out how many days you need to keep producing those goods to have what you need.

Industrial Age Goods Demand Table

  • I. Industrial Age Goods = 4675 + ???

    – A. Rubber = 1020

    1. GB = 600
    2. InA= 160
    3. Pe = 260
    4. Me = ???

    – B. Coke = 885

    1. GB = 600
    2. InA= 105
    3. Pe = 180
    4. Me = ???

    – C. Textiles = 930

    1. GB = 600
    2. InA= 100
    3. Pe = 230
    4. Me = ???

    – D. Oil = 870

    1. GB = 600
    2. InA= 50
    3. Pe = 220
    4. Me = ???

    – E. Fertilizer = 970

    1. GB = 600
    2. InA= 95
    3. Pe = 275
    4. Me = ???

Colonial Age Goods Demand Table

  • I. Colonial Age Goods = 5670

    – A. Paper = 960

    1. GB = 500
    2. CA = 80
    3. InA = 120
    4. PE = 220
    5. ME = 40

    – B. Coffee = 1120

    1. GB = 500
    2. CA = 40
    3. InA = 170
    4. PE = 320
    5. ME = 90

    – C. Wire = 1160

    1. GB = 500
    2. CA = 160
    3. InA = 160
    4. PE = 250
    5. ME = 90

    – D. Porcelain = 1250

    1. GB = 500
    2. CA = 120
    3. InA = 160
    4. PE = 380
    5. ME = 90

    – E. Tar = 1180

    1. GB = 500
    2. CA = 80
    3. InA = 150
    4. PE = 320
    5. ME = 130

Late Middle Ages Goods Demand Table

  • I. Late Middle Age Goods = 5880

    – A. Basalt = 1230

    1. GB = 400
    2. LMA = 160
    3. CA = 160
    4. InA = 170
    5. PE = 180

    – B. Brass = 1090

    1. GB = 400
    2. LMA = 100
    3. CA = 60
    4. InA = 260
    5. PE = 210

    – C. Silk = 1120

    1. GB = 400
    2. LMA = 80
    3. CA = 150
    4. InA = 210
    5. PE = 130

    – D. Talc = 1270

    1. GB = 400
    2. LMA = 140
    3. CA = 140
    4. InA = 130
    5. PE = 320

    – E. Gunpowder = 1170

    1. GB = 400
    2. LMA = 100
    3. CA = 150
    4. InA = 210
    5. PE = 160